Photograph by Suzy Bernstein
The smash-hit, one-man-comedy, 'Defending the Caveman', is back on a Cape Town stage this December, after a successful run of shows in Australia, Las Vegas and Southern Africa.
This tremendously popular show, South Africa’s most successful and longest-running solo comedy, enchants audiences as it explores the hilarious complexities of romance and relationships.
“Tim Plewman is charming and very entertaining as he takes audiences through some home-truths about love and relationships,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and Promotions Manager at GrandWest. “Everyone can relate which makes it so funny. The Roxy Revue Bar venue at GrandWest, with its intimate atmosphere and elegant style, is the perfect setting for this wonderful show. Bring your romantic partner for a hysterically funny night out.”
Plewman has just returned to South Africa after performing to standing ovations in Las Vegas and Perth. He said: “It has become something of a tradition to have Defending the Caveman on in a major South African metropolis over the Christmas season. There could be no better message to give Capetonians and holidaymakers at this time of year - peace, goodwill and understanding between couples!”
Tim Plewman’s 'Defending the Caveman' is on from 12 to 16 December 2017 at 20h00 at the Roxy Revue Bar, GrandWest. Tickets are R150, on sale now at Computicket.