Dirty Words, the deliciously clever and delightfully naughty smash hit, runs at Kalk Bay Theatre from 7 to 19 October.
Filthy, explicit and incredibly funny, Dirty Words pulls back the covers on erotica, chat sex, dirty talk and naughty sexy grammar. In seven sketches, actors Kim Kerfoot and Danieyella Rodin turn up the raunch, slipping in sexy tongue twisters and burlesqueshenanigans. Warning: contains all the dirty words.
Presented by Jack Hardcastle, written by Jon Keevy and directed by Keevy and Jason Potgieter, Dirty Words was born as short dirty sketches at the fast and loose crucible that is Alexander Upstairs' monthly experimental platform, Play Things. Immediately it became a cult sensation with audiences eagerly awaiting the next instalment and demanding a full show. Well, they got their full monty in April 2014. The short run quickly sold out, nabbing five star reviews from audience and critics for the show’s brazen mix of sex and smarts. It went on to stun and shock at the National Arts Festival where it picked up a Standard Bank Ovation Award.
“Take note of the incredible writing and display of wit behind all the laughs. There is also a good chance that you’ll leave the theatre afterwards with a newfound fascination with botany. Delightful…exceptional … an invitation that should be accepted without inhibition.” Steyn du Toit, Cape Times
“Dirty Words had the audience roaring with laughter during the sketches. The production is definitely not suitable for conservative prudes, but for those who realise that sex is just a normal part of life, it's all in good fun!” Eugene Yiga, Bizcommunity.com
Dirty Words will run from 7 to 19 October at Kalk Bay Theatre from Tuesday to Saturdays at 8.30pm with a Sunday matinee at 2.30pm. Tickets cost R120. On Tuesdays pay R120 and get 2 tickets.
Guests can enjoy a delicious supper, coffee and dessert at the new Kalk Bay Theatre and Restaurant. Restaurant patrons get first choice of the unreserved seating in the theatre. Doors for the restaurant open at 6:30pm for dinner and 12:30pm for lunch on Saturday and Sunday.
Ticket bookings can be made at www.kalkbaytheatre.co.za and ticket and dinner reservations can be made on 079 361 8275 or in person at the Theatre Tuesday to Saturdays from 3pm to 8.30pm.
Press release provided by Christine Skinner.