The stage comes alive with ‘The Sound of Laughter’

The stage comes alive with ‘The Sound of Laughter’

Alan Committie is (still) alive with ‘The Sound Of Laughter’, which did so well over December that he has been persuaded to return for some Springtime performances. Catch the funny man at Theatre On The Bay until October 3 for 17 performances only of raucous laughter.

As a 40-year-old comedian with slightly greying hair, Committie is trying to be a little more serious about his comedy. Which essentially means new material, but the same suit.

The comedian will be covering (amongst a lot of other things):

• Selfies to Mordor-onic Elfies

• Banting whilst bunting

• The weighty issues of gym and health

• The final say on the Pistorius trial

• Economy class bread rolls

• A powerful, if ineffective examination of ‘War Horse’ and why it cannot solve the Middle East Crisis

There’s also an aerial silk act, while the dangers of unitards will be explored in full, not to mention a special appearance by Committie’s alter ego Johan van der Walt on behalf of Eskom.

It promises to be an evening you don’t want to miss. Unless you do, in which case, you can come to another night.

If you book now, Committie will throw in an interval somewhere in the middle of the show for free. Except for the drinks. And snacks.

* Performances will take place from Tuesdays to Fridays at 8pm; and Saturdays at 5pm and 8.15pm, with only one performance scheduled for Saturday, September 19 at 8.15pm.

Book at the Theatre on 021 438 3300.