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Cabaret superstar Herman Van Veen Live at Emperors Palace

17 December 2013

Spellbinding singer, mime artist and sketch performer Herman van Veen will charm audiences in Gauteng for the first time since 2005 with his vintage production at Emperors Palace on 25 and 26 January 2014.

Spellbinding singer, mime artist and sketch performer Herman van Veen will charm audiences in Gauteng for the first time since 2005 with his vintage production at Emperors Palace on 25 and 26 January 2014. 

Herman van Veen will be accompanied by world famous guitarist Edith Leerkens, instrumentalists Willem Wits and Dave Wismeijer while the great Dutch master of melody explores his popular vintage collection of songs, mimes and sketches. The concert will incorporate instrumental adaptations from great musical composers throughout history. 

As well as his artful skill for song, Herman plays the violin, writes, composes, directs, and paints. His most prolific creation Alfred Jodocus Kwak – his Dutch-Japanese cartoon creation became world famous with a 52-episode television series. Van Veen has recorded 175 CD’s, 21 DVD’s, over 20 books and scenario plots for films and musical theatre in four different languages, making him one of the most popular cultural performers of our time.

Herman van Veen has a philanthropic side which becomes evident in his 51 year tenure as an UNICEF ambassador and humanitarian organisations such as The Columbine Foundation, The Roses for Children Foundation and The Herman Van Veen Foundation.

Tickets start from as little as R250 and the show will take place at the Theatre of Marcellus. Dinner and show packages are available at Tribes African Grill, Platia Greek Taverna and seafood eatery Ocean Basket from R410 per person. For guests who would like to stay over there are special dinner, show, stay and play packages available from R1 420 per person. For bookings and further information contact the Emperors Palace Box Office on 011 928 1297/1213. 

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