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Saturday, July 14, 2018


Statement from Blu Blood regarding the postponement of Married But Not To Each Other that was set to take place this weekend at Sibaya Casino:

“It is with great regret and sadness that we announce that Married But Not To Each Other, which was set to take place this Saturday, 21 July at Sibaya Casino has been postponed.  We received news this past weekend that Ndumiso Lindi's father has passed on and the funeral will be taking place on the 21st.  We extend our sincerest condolences to Ndumiso and his family and wish them strength through this time.  A new date will be re-scheduled and details will follow shortly. All tickets that have already been purchased for the 21st July show will be refunded in full and patrons are requested to contact Computicket directly for their refunds.” – Blu Blood
(Tumi Morake & Ndumiso Lindi)

Ndumiso Lindi and Tumi Morake announce Durban as part of Married…But Not To Each Other tour

“They’re in it together.  Not Together-Together, But Together…”

Comedy’s modern traditionalist and the bad momma of comedy - Ndumiso Lindi and Tumi Morake - are taking their rib-cracking, hilarious new stand-up show, Married…But Not To Each Other across South Africa and into Africa. Following successful shows in Pretoria, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Botswana and Mafikeng, new dates have been added in Port Elizabeth, Krugersdorp, Durban, Secunda and Nelspruit.

Durban fans are in for a treat when Married…But Not To Each Other comes to the iZulu Theatre at Sibaya Casino on Saturday, July 21.

Whilst travelling together on a comedy adventure, Ndumiso Lindi and Tumi Morake were asked by a customs official: “Are you married?”  Ndumiso quickly replied: “Yes”, then realised what he was saying and added: “But not to each other.”  And thus, began the comical journey for this wife and husband of other people.

The show is a hilarious take on the roles and regulations of marriage and the pothole-laced roads the sexes have to navigate.  It’s not just about marriage. It is about the world that these marriages have to survive in.

Ndumiso Lindi, the gentleman of South African comedy, otherwise known as Roosta, effortlessly blends new-age style with old-school traditions. His deep voice, soul-warming smile, booming laughter, original content and seamless delivery makes for a comedy act that is outstanding and soulfully South African.

With a comedy career spanning over 11 years and numerous outstanding credentials under her belt, Tumi Morake continues to be a formidable force in the comedy industry. Her edgy and unpredictable brand of comedy has wowed audiences around the globe. When she’s not on stage, Tumi Morake can also be seen on TV screens hosting WTFTUMI and Point of Order as well as channelling her talents into writing, acting and producing.

Married…But Not To Each Other takes place on July 21 at 20h30 in the iZulu Theatre, Sibaya Casino which is located at 1 Sibaya Drive, Umhlanga. Booking is through Computicket. The show carries a PG16 age restriction.