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Aaron McIlroy at Rhumbelow Theatre, PMB

Looking for some comic relief, laugh-a-minute humour, then this is the lockdown comedy show for you. A musical-comedy mix highlighting four very funny and different characters brought to life by Mr Funny himself, Aaron McIlroy.

Don’t miss out on Aaron Alive this Sunday at The Rhumbelow Theatre at Pietermaritzburg’s Alan Wilson Shellhole.

Funny man … Aaron McIlroy. Picture: Supplied

Veteran arts critic Billy Suter writes: “Aaron McIlroy is one of SA’s most popular entertainers, with a string of stage blockbusters under his belt, including playing the hilarious father in all the Spud movies. While Aaron’s work in the South African Theatre industry has always focused on getting his ever-growing audience base to laugh till they cry, his creative skills as a fully trained and highly experienced actor/producer extend far beyond the scope of general stand-up comedy entertainers. Experience him in action and you’ll see why.”

When: Sunday, March 14, show starts at 2pm; and evening show, starting at 6pm.
(Venue opens 90 minutes before show for snacks/drinks)

Where: Alan Wilson Shellhole, Rhumbelow Theatre
Limited secure parking available.
Cost: R180 a ticket.
Bring food picnic baskets or buy from Prego Rolls from the Moths.
Full bar available (no alcohol may be brought on to the premises).
Booking is essential and seats are limited due to Covid-19.
Bookings on e-mail: or Computicket
Cell no: 082 499 8636.
All Covid-19 protocols will be observed.


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