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THE GOLFER (article first published : 2008-08-4)

Move over Masters Open contenders, and big league golfers! Aaron McIlroy, South Africa’s Master of Mirth, is taking to the greens in his all-new, one-man, laugh-a-line stage comedy, The Golfer.

Co-written and directed by Steven Stead, Aaron McIlroy’s new show is set to send the ball whizzing into orbit with a series of sketches unveiling life on and off the course. First and last in the line-up is Aaron’s alter ego, Truscott Price, that motivational guru of The Loser fame. Truscott now makes a major comeback as a sports psychologist… and The Secret has nothing on him.

Audiences will get to meet the archetypal golf widow, an expert in bedroom golf; the spandex-clad, fashionista, previewing his custom-made range for his A-list clientele; and the real-estate power pitcher with a hotline to the latest in politically correct golfing estates.

“The show’s all about living the dream”, says Aaron. “The mission is to promote the Reach for a Green Foundation, which works towards the emancipation of the working man.”

Aaron’s legions of fans from his previous shows (DOF, Abbamaniacs, Mr Personality, The Stand-up, Defending the Planet, The Magnificent 7) are strongly advised to book early for The Golfer.

The Golfer premieres at the Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest on September 2 and runs to October 5. Tickets including a two-course meal and the show cost R160 pp (Tuesdays and Sundays) and R185 pp (Wednesdays to Saturdays). Meals are served from 19h00 Tuesdays to Saturdays, with curtain-up at 20h30 (Sundays meal at 12h30 with curtain-up at 14h00) Bookings on 031 765 4197.




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