Mark Banks on Ice! (Random Acts of Comedy)

Mark Banks has come out of hibernation to bring you his new One Man stand-up show called Mark Banks On Ice! Some nights, the Russian All-Star Mints will make a guest appearance.

This year, Mark is turning sixty and would love you to come celebrate his birthday with him in what is his favourite way to celebrate: You staring at him longingly and laughing as he talks non-stop for over an hour without anyone talking back to him.

In this completely new show, he will discuss all the things you’ve been thinking about – extreme Jo’burg security measures, Elon Musk’s plans for world domination, running into people from your high school who haven’t died yet and coping with life in general!

In Mark Banks on Ice, Mark will amaze you with jokes while “jete-ing” across the stage. He will wow you with his intellect while pirouetting on one toe. He will stun you with moves that don’t even have a name in French.

Will there be characters? Yes. Will there be plot twists? Definitely. Will there be ice? Hard to say.

Tickets are available from the Box Office at Montecasino and Computicket.

Tickets range from R130 – R180.

Show runs from 5 – 30 June 2019.

Wednesday – Saturday at 20h00, Saturday Matinee at 16:00 and Sunday Matinee at 15:00.

Mark Banks On Ice! @ The Pieter Toerien Theatre in Montecasino.

 

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Kings and Queens of Comedy

In medieval times, a jester was employed by a nobleman or monarch to entertain him and his guests.  The heavyweights of South African comedy are by no means jesters, but they certainly do entertain… Catch the Kings & Queens of Comedy at the Sandton Convention Centre on Friday, 21 July for a show of hysterical proportions.

Shining their comical armour and sharpening their witty swords for the night, the stellar line-up of comedy giants includes Joey Rasdien (MC), Khanyisa Bunu, Krijay Govender, Mark Banks, Mpho Popps, Muthu Murugan, Ndumiso Lindi, Rob van Vuuren, Tracey-Lee Oliver, Trevor Gumbi and Tumi Morake.

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