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Posted on: Wednesday, 2 March 2011

What’s on at Theatre on the Bay in March

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Perfect Wedding

Perfect Wedding

Theatre on the Bay in Camps Bay always has a great line-up of productions and March and April are no different.  If you are about to get hitched and have your hens party or stag do circled in red on the calendar then perhaps going to see a Perfect Wedding (on from March 16th to April 9th) will be worth your while!

The production centres around Bill, who on the morning of his wedding wakes up in the bridal suite to find a stranger, albeit a very attractive and naked stranger in the bed next to him!  The problem is though that he can’t, for the life of him, remotely remember how or where he was introduced to the beautiful woman and his post party hangover is not helping either.  The situation is not made any easier with the thought that Bills soon to be wife is due at the suite within minutes.

The morning goes from bad to worse with a best man who decides he is not up to the job, Bill has in-laws from hell and the chambermaid knows too much and at the same time knows nothing at all.  Not your average wedding day!

Perfect Wedding

Perfect Wedding

If this sounds like something up your alley make sure you get a ticket for the dates mentioned above.  Perfect Wedding stars Alan Committie, Robert Fridjhon, Jo Galloway, Jenny Stead, Lynita Crofford and Alex Halligey.  Alan Swerdlow directs the production.

Show times are 8pm Tuesday to Friday and on Saturday at 5pm and 8pm.  Tuesday shows are the cheapest with tickets ranging from R80 to R120 per person.  Wednesday to Saturday tickets range from R100 to R150 per person.

Back by popular demand and on from April 12th to April 30th is Andre the Hilarious Hypnotist.  If you are looking for a night of old fashioned family fun then Andre the Hilarious Hypnotist is your man.  Trained by Max Collie, the world’s greatest hypnotist, Andre is well known for his ability to make people jump around on the stage at his command.  Among other things he’s made people forget their own names, impersonate chickens and speak moon language!  If you are not called up onto the stage you will be in stitches of laughter watching those under his spell!

Times & Tickets:
Shows are at 8pm Tuesday to Saturday and there are two shows on Saturday April 30th (5pm and 8pm).
Tickets cost R90 on a Tuesday and Thursday and R120 for all other days.
For further information please call 021 438 3301.

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