Saturday 23rd Nov – Music Exchange Masterclass “Closing the deal” a master class with lawyer Barry Varkel

Date for the diary

Saturday 23rd Nov 10.30am to 12noon – Music Exchange Masterclass
“Closing the deal” a master class with lawyer Barry Varkel at Radisson RED V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

ticket link https://qkt.io/closingthedeal -R50.00

Areas to be covered will include:

1. Negotiations prior to the show/event/performance.

2. The function which email correspondence plays in the deal.

3. Resolving any contentious issues in the contract.

4. Getting to the bottom-line of the deal.

5. Signature of the contract.

6. Why it is necessary to have the contract witnessed.

7. What a 50% deposit means and what the parties’ respective roles and responsibilities are.

8. What happens if the balance of funds is not paid prior to the event and other things which could go wrong.

9. The meaning of putting a co-contracting party to terms.

10. Taking legal action and how one would proceed to enforce legal rights.

11. The supply of a legal contract for attendees

12 Mex19 attendees get in for Free -please bring your lanyard to qualify for this

Tomorrow 1 October at Skoobs Books in Monte Casino -Goy Vey Book Launch

Do try and join tomorrow evening as Barry Varkel -launches his 3rd book

Please see poster for details

The Cape Town launch was a wonderful night and the book Goy Vey is wonderful fun fast passed chuckle about South African families

Worth getting this book from Wordsworth Stores or Bay Books Hout Bay

Worth getting this book by Barry Varkel

Very funny and this review by Raymond Alexander below is an honest reflection of the book Goy Vey -A Gentile’s Guide to Judaism

Do try and get the book and have a good old laugh at people in South Africa

We all need a laugh get Nigiri law by Barry Varkel at the Book Lounge in Cape Town

My dear friend Barry has a wandering mind when it comes to humor ,but on the other hand he has a lighting quick tongue and brain when he decides to push his day job which is being a sharp well read legal mind.

I suppose both these traits helped Barry write his first book, which was most probably done in the dead of night while he read over horror court papers.

Part truth ,part fiction the court drama is fun and full of dark humour and a twist.

Get it, read it and laugh.

Nigiri Law is an easy read and even the current issue (March 2018 ) of the inflight magazine for Kulula has 5 copies to give way ..

Nigiri Law the book is meant to entertain the reader in the genre of black comedy, crime story / courtroom drama

The writer Barry Varkel describes the book at such

The genesis of the story-line for Nigiri Law came about as a result of a very weird divorce case I was involved in with a client who couldn’t really speak much English. Many a time after seeing the client, I would think to myself “this is really funny stuff, well to me at least”.

One Saturday morning, while trying to relax with a bottle of prescription medication after a gruelling week of fighting the good fight against the forces of litigation evil on behalf of my numerous insane clients, I started playing around with the idea in my head of perhaps writing a stand-up comedy piece about the case.

I started banging away at the computer keyboard when the pills ran out, and it kind of took flight from there. I sent some of the initial work to a lawyer mate who seemed to enjoy it. It was then that I realised it was very much more a narrative piece than a stand-up comedy piece. It was meant to be a short story only. Never a short novel.

Almost every odd Saturday morning, I would wake up early and bang out a segment. It probably took me about just under a year to finish it.

The story is a massive send up of the fallibility of the human condition when it comes to romantic relationships, the imperfection of the legal system and the genuine insanity of the lawyers and judges who participate in it.

It’s a way out and irreverent story that is purely meant to entertain the reader in the genre of black comedy, crime story and courtroom drama.

The book is available at Book Lounge in Roeland Street Cape Town

Barry Varkel will present the Danger-Zone show at 8.30 pm on Saturday 23 April 2011 at Ragazzi.

Barry Varkel will present the Danger-Zone show at 8.30 pm on Saturday 23 April 2011 at Ragazzi.

Are you not tired of listening to clean comedy in Cape Town?

Are you not looking to hear material that has a punch and is not for the faint-hearted?

If you would like to hear the boundaries being pushed to the limit on adult humour that is risque, politically and socially incorrect, and possibly unspeakably obscene, then this is the show for you to witness.

Tickets are R30 each.

For bookings call: Barry 082 8996611 or LNK 073 243 9615

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