Countdown #3: David the Microphone meets Goliath and Goliath
“My name is David, and I am a microphone. My super invisible powers allow me to convert sounds into an electrical signal. I make things louder and better (as long as the sound guy works with me). I came to live with my comedians, Jason and Donovan, a few months ago. They don’t drop me – unlike some people.
I like to talk to people and make them laugh. I am nothing without my speaker-friends who help me to produce various sounds and effects – we go together like Goliath and Goliath.
I can be used at any event where sounds need to be amplified. On 11 December my comedians are performing at the Walter Sisulu Botanical Garden for the National Youth Orchestra and a band I’ve heard is pretty rad, Bombshelter Beast. Let’s make some NOISE!” *drops mic and walks away*
Come and see Goliath & Goliath at the Walter Sisulu Botanical Garden on 11 December 2016 – we would like to give them a big shout out for donating their performance in aid of the National Youth Orchestra’s Bursary Fund.
11 December 2016
Shortstraw, Bombshelter Beast, Goliath and Goliath and the National Youth Orchestra.
Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden
Tickets R150 per person online at Plankton.mobi or Computicket or R170 at the gate.
Tickets for the concert are available at Plankton.mobi and Computicket. Children canadian casino news under 12 can enter for free. Gates will open at 13:00 and the performances will end at approximately 17:30. Everyone is welcome to bring picnic baskets (no glass or alcohol) and blankets. An on-site restaurant and tea garden are available; both serve alcoholic beverages.
The National Youth Orchestra, the green and gold team of our most talented young musicians, is embarking on an adventure in cutting-edge South African performance in a new collaboration with Bombshelter Beast, a genre-busting music collective of some of South Africa’s most colourful and innovative musicians.
National Youth Orchestra concerts are made possible by the National Lotteries Commission, the Department of Arts and Culture, the SABC Foundation, the The Academy of Sound Engineering, the SAMRO Foundation and SAfm Radio.
For more information on the performances in Johannesburg in December, please click here.