Life, directed by Tara Notcutt, is the new stand-up comedy show from multi-award winning comedian Rob van Vuuren that will run at the Baxter Golden Arrow Studio from the 3 to 28 May 2016.
Following on from the critically acclaimed smash hit, WhatWhat van Vuuren turns his comedic scalpel to the meaning of life itself and dissects the kind of questions that reveal and possibly even solve the mysteries of existence. Questions like ‘How do you get a 5 year old to school on time?’ and ‘Why does the wifi say always on when it never is?’ finally get the kind of stage time that might just change your life.
Following a recent run in with a motivational speaker, van Vuuren began to question his own purpose in life and has subsequently allowed the comedic cynic in him to run rampant and create the kind of comedy tour-de-force that would make a life coach hand over his book of pithy inspirational quotes.
Not since van Vuuren himself pranked Leon Schuster has South Africa and the world at large had such a good reason to find the absurdity of life absolutely hysterical. Van Vuuren has joined forces once again with multi-award winning director Tara Notcutt and producer Siv Ngesi to create the kind of show that makes it your civic responsibility to laugh at ‘Life.’
Do not miss this opportunity to join the artist formerly know as Twakkie and the star of SABC 2’s hit show Showville as he explains to you in no uncertain terms why life is like the toilet at home affairs.
Life runs Mondays to Saturdays at 8:15pm at the Baxter Golden Arrow Studio. Tickets cost R100 with special discounts available for Senior Citizens, students and group bookings. Advance booking is highly recommended. PG 12