7 Deadly Sins
Ever wondered why those New Year’s resolutions we all make to banish bad habits seldom outlast the festive season? You’ll soon know why when Aaron and Lisa unleash their wicked new comedy directed by Steven Stead, probing the staying power of Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy & Pride.
This uproarious musical comedy features rock hits by the legendary Swedish super group, and stars the irrepressible Aaron (“Wake up my boy!”) McIlroy as the psychotic, wannabe DJ, Nigel Bjorn van Rensburg, an obsessive Abba fanatic who hijacks East Coast Radio’s airwaves to flood listeners’ homes with an ongoing string of his idols’ hit songs. Joining Nigel are a procession of zany characters (headed by Lisa Bobbert) who are swept away in the momentum of Nigel’s hectic energy and the show’s hilarious plot.
Move over Ernie and all you Masters Open contenders. 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, 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.
With a string of unforgettable new characters, Aaron McIlroy sets his sights on the high-powered corporate world to show us that he means business and that business is no small laughing matter. Another collaboration between McIlroy and award winning actress and writer, Susan Monteregge @ Work is all set to take boardrooms and motivational speaker platforms by storm. It’s huge, it’s multinational, it’s global, it’s hit-listed. It’s Aaron McIlroy @ Work.
In line with his unique brand of entertainment that keeps his audiences on the hop, Aaron McIlroy promises a dose of extreme theatre in Unplucked. So prepare to be ambushed, as the man packs out the laughter lines, unfurling his unruly collage of off-the-wall characters in a festival of comedy that harks back over a career spanning more than 15 years.
The Happy Clapper
The Happy Clapper aims to share with the broader theatre-going community what Christians believe and why. Through invigorating doses of comedy it offers a broad scope of perspectives that aim to enlighten and entertain while treating religious matters in a tongue-in-cheek light. Co – written and directed by Patrick Kenny.
Aaron Mcilroy Reality Bites spotlights the global obsession with instant celebrities spawned by that media malaise of our age, the reality television show. This fast paced show is liberally laced with up-beat musical interludes and in-your-face multi-media inserts, featuring ‘celebrity guests’ who are drawn from McIlroy’s and Bobbert’s inexhaustible gallery of stage characters.
The Loser examines motivational speakers and takes a comical, distorted view of the latest trend in corporate motivation and “sales-speak”. A multitude of outlandish and manically deprived individuals are introduced in McIlroy’s wacky style. This smash hit comedy has played countless public, corporate, and supper theatre venues throughout the country.
Aaron & Lisa
Expect the unexpected with comedy duo Lisa Bobbert and Aaron Mcilroy as they tackle the universal conundrum that is marriage. Is it life affirming or is it torture? With a cast of unforgettable characters from their inexhaustible repertoire this show has a common appeal to male and female audiences.