The ‘only original’ master of ‘Defending the Caveman’ is back from standing ovations in Perth and Las Vegas.
Considered one of South Africa’s best solo comedies, Defending the Caveman explores the complexities of romance and relationships with truthful hilarity. Through his Caveman, Plewman ensures his audiences spend the show in stitches but walk away with something to think about.
This new production has been updated to reflect today’s world of tweeting, selfies and Facebook but still consists of the core comedy about why men and women see the world so differently. The show is the longest running solo play in Broadway history and has been seen in over 40 countries.
Plewman has an uncanny knack for capturing his audience, and whether you choose to take a partner, friend, family member or colleague along to see the show, you will not regret spending the evening with one of the most revered comedians.
As the country’s longest-running and most successful solo comedy, this tongue-and-cheek gem will offer a night out of deep belly laughs.
Testament to this is the fact that his audiences keep coming back, “Saw this play must be more than 20 times and willing to see it 20 more.” – Elaine Meyer Upper Crust.
“Laugh? I nearly died! This play is not an exercise in soul-searching, it’s a belly laugh and I must bring my wife ” – said Geoffrey Matengi SAfm with tears rolling down his cheeks
“Here is the artistry of the human heart conveyed in a language that can only make you laugh till you cry.” – Arts Journalist.