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ONE OF SA’S TOP COMEDIANS RETURNS TO THE STAGE WITH HIS LATEST COMEDY OFFERING

Fresh from making his first feature film début in the South African comedy drama, Finders Keepers, earlier in August this year, 2018 sees comedian Stuart Taylor returning to the stage with his hilarious new offering, Funny You Should Say That on Monday 26 & Tuesday 27 March 2018 at Cape Town Comedy Club.

Comedy fans are in for a massive treat as the Grassy Park-born Taylor prepares to showcase his latest solo stage offering – his first comedy show in three years.

“It’s been a while since I’ve done a one-man show. So I’m really excited about doing a full hour of brand new material” he says.

Taylor is a perennial Cape Town favourite and his new show promises more of his hit-the-nail-on-the-head comic musings that will have you laughing out loud.

Adds Taylor: “Developing the material in the comedy clubs over the past few months has been a blast for me. I turned 40 recently, so I guess this show is my version of a ‘mid-life crisis’! I find that my tolerance for BS has gone down with age, so this show is about me being uncensored, saying what I want to say, and hoping y’all find my comic musing hilarious.”

Funny You Should Say That is directed by the multi-talented award-winning theatre director and comic, Rob van Vuuren – and promises to deliver all the laughs and punchlines to get your 2018 in a great mood.

For up-to-date info, follow Stuart on Twitter (@TheStuartTaylor), like his Facebook page (Stuart Taylor) or visit his website www.stuarttaylor.co.za

STUART TAYLOR BIO:

Stuart Taylor, with his unique blend of stand-up comedy and magic, is by far one of SA’s top entertainment acts. He has been performing magic since his teens when he studied this art at the College of Magic in Cape Town. Stuart went on to become the reigning SA National Comedy Magic Champion, a title he held for three years. He has been performing stand-up comedy for the last 17 years and is a veteran of the varied comedy venues across South Africa. Internationally, he has performed to critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Berlin International Comedy Festival, New Zealand International Comedy Festival and the Montreux Comedy festival in Switzerland. Stuart has written, produced and performed 9 one-man shows that have toured across South Africa. His most noted and famed shows include Techni-Coloured, Learner Husband & Money’s Too Tight to Mention. Some of these solo performances have scooped various awards including the prestigious Ovation Award & Overall Best Comedy award at the National Arts Festival, and the Show Time Award for best solo performance. The success of Learner Husband led Stuart to write the best-selling comedy book: Learner Husband – A Handy Guide For Avoiding Collisions With Your Wife which was launched in 2013 with a major national campaign. In 2017, audiences saw Stuart starring in his first feature film, Finders Keepers, a comedy drama directed and produced by Maynard Kraak.

Tickets are R150 and are available from any Computicket or Shoprite, Checkers store.
Limited early bird specials available.
https://online.computicket.com/web/event/funny_you_should_say_that_stuart_taylor/1223146743/0/85363209

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PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

Show starts 8.30pm: 70 minute show (no interval)
Dinner from 6pm: last dinner orders at 7.30pm > One Man Show Menu
No service during show
Happy hour is from 6-7pm

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I M P O R T A N T   I N F O R M A T I O N

Entertainer/iVenture

Not redeemable at this show as it is a special show/event.

How does the seating work?  

The seating arrangements in our 180-seater dinner theatre are handled by Cape Town Comedy Club and very often patrons have to share tables. Seating requests can be considered but not guaranteed as we also need to consider our other patrons for the night. If you have booked separately with Computicket and would like to be seated together, email us a list of all the Computicket Purchasers Names so that we can try our best to group you together. Share the laugh, share the table :-) “