Comedian Riaad Moosa

Comedian Riaad Moosa’s Got The Antidote For The Back To The Grindstone Blues

If you’re still suffering from a festive season hangover, don’t miss funny-man Riaad Moosa’s hit comedy show Doctor’s Orders. Loads of laughter is just the antidote for the back to the grindstone blues.  He’s on stage at The Caledon Casino, Hotel, Spa and Entertainment on Saturday the 22nd of February for one night only.

Award-winning Moosa, one of the most prolific comedians of his generation, also happens to be a qualified doctor. With his own unique style and the remedy for the country’s irks – a healthy dose of laughter – he is widely-known as the ‘comedy doctor’.

Moosa has been on tour delivering his Doctor’s Orders since 2012 and is still packing out venues nationwide, from Polokwane and Johannesburg, to Pietermaritzburg, Grahamstown, Nelspruit and Pretoria. Buoyed by rave reviews, venues are queuing-up to bring him to their stage. Now it’s The Caledon’s turn.

Riaad Moosa has been on the local comedy circuit for a number of years. He has featured in various shows including Alex Jay’s 5fm comedy Jam and he also wrote and performed in the “Pure Monate Show”, which was aired on SABC 1 and ranked the most popular show amongst the urban youth. A regular headliner on the comedy circuit all overSouth Africa, Moosa has performed with some of South Africa’s comedy greats, and is famous for his own one-man shows such as “Strictly Halaal”.

“We are thrilled to be bringing Riaad to our stage. We hope that fans will take the opportunity to join us for some comedy relief with one of the country’s most popular and acclaimed comedians,” says Paul Campbell, Director of Operations and Complex General Manager of The Caledon Casino, Hotel, Spa & Entertainment.

The show will be from 8pm at The Caledon Casino’s Swartberg venue. Tickets cost R120 per person and are available at The Caledon Hotel’s Reception, Casino Cash Desk or via Computicket. Pre-booking is advised as places are limited.

For more information please visit or call 028 214 5100.

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