Don Quixote

Don Quixote
23 MARCH 2014
11AM | R100
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    23 Mar 2014 -
  • Time

    11AM
  • Price

    R100
  • Duration

    1 hour 46 minutes
  • Cast

    • Christopher SaundersDon Quixote
    • Philip MosleySancho Panza
    • Gary AvisLorenzo
    • Marianela NuñezKitri
    • Carlos AcostaBasilio
    • Bennet GartsideGamache
  • Creative

    • Carlos AcostaProduction and Choreography
    • Ludwig MinkusMusic
    • Martin YatesConductor
    • Tim HatleyDesigns

Screened as part of The World Opera & Ballet Season 2013/2014

The adventures of Cervantes’ bumbling knight have been the inspiration for many ballets, best-known of which is the Don Quixote of Marius Petipa with music by Ludwig Minkus. All the elements of the great classical ballets are here: emotion, drama and vivid characters. Royal Ballet Principal Guest Artist Carlos Acosta has danced the virtuoso role of Basilio many times. So it is especially exciting that he is creating this new production for The Royal Ballet, which will have designs by Tim Hatley, who will give a modern edge to a broadly traditional staging. The music is full of Spanish flair and atmosphere, with a characteristic clarity of melody and rhythm that makes it so instantly appealing – here arranged by Martin Yates, who also conducts. Don Quixote is a wonderfully entertaining ballet, known not only for its grand pas de deux, but for the ‘white act’ visions of the beautiful Dulcinea and many lively scenes – a crowded port, an uproarious tavern – that bring the whole Company on stage.

Don Quixote

Don Quixote
8 MAY 2016
11 AM | R100
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    08 May 2016 - 08 May 2016
  • Time

    11 AM
  • Price

    R100
  • Duration

    3 hours 10 minutes
  • Cast

    • Ekaterina KrysanovaKitri
    • Semyon ChudinBasilio
    • Alexei LoparevichDon Quixote
    • Roman SimachevSancho Pansa
    • Xenia ZhiganshinaJuanita
    • Anna OkunevaPiccilia
    • Denis MedvedevGamache
  • Creative

    • Marius PetipaChoreography
    • Alexander Gorsky Choreography
    • Alexei FadeyechevNew choreographic version
    • Pavel Sorokin Music Director
    • Valery Leventhal Designer
    • Elena ZaitsevaCostume Designer
    • Damir Ismagilov Lighting Designer
    • Tatiana RastorguevaAssistants to Choreographer
    • Yuliana Malkhasyants Assistants to Choreographer
    • Olga Medvedeva Executive Designer

Screened as part of the 2015 & 2016 Fugard Bioscope World Arts Season. From the Bolshoi Ballet.

Cervantes' eccentric hero Don Quixote leaves on journey full of adventures with his loyal squire Sancho Panza in search of his perfect woman. On the way he meets Kitri, the dazzling daughter of an innkeeper who he thinks might be his ideal love.

The Bolshoi's panache and excellence are combined in Fadeyechev's critically acclaimed staging of this exalting performance with Leon Minkus' famous score. Featuring brand new sets and costumes to accompany this colourful and technically challenging production, Don Quixote is quintessential Bolshoi, abounding with life and not to be missed!

Dreamcatcher

Dreamcatcher
10 OCT 2015
6 PM | R60
The Fugard Studio Theatre
  • Dates

    10 Oct 2015 - 10 Oct 2015
  • Time

    6 PM
  • Price

    R60
  • Duration

    1 hour 37 minutes

Screened as part of the Tri Continental Film Festival 2015.

Since her teens, Brenda Myers-Powell worked as a prostitute. Addicted to drugs, she was forced to abandon her kids as her life spiralled into a nightmare. Now, 25 years on, every night Brenda drives around the dark streets of Chicago looking for working girls. When found, she offers them condoms as well as an opportunity to change their lives - just as she did.

From acclaimed verite filmmaker and cinematographer, Kim Longinotto, comes Dreamcatcher, an intimate portrait of Brenda: survivor, pillar of strength, inspiration and mother to the hundreds of young women and girls who want to end the perpetual cycle of neglect, violence and exploitation. Seeing those who stay in the shadows, and listening to the voices no one else wants to hear, Longinotto weaves a sensitive tapestry of love and understanding through Brenda`s unwavering and selfless care that contrasts against the hopelessness of a flawed system. Subtle and deeply moving, Dreamcatcher combines raw human experience with the elegant and simple realization that one person can make a difference.

Encounters 2013

Encounters 2013
10 - 15 JUNE 2013
The Fugard Studio Theatre
  • Dates

    10 Jun 2013 - 15 Jun 2013

Encounters South African International Documentary Festival is Africa’s premier documentary event, celebrating its 15th edition in 2013. The Fugard Bioscope is proud to be screening several of these documentaries alongside NuMetro V&A Waterfront and The Jacob Gitlin Library.

Please see the schedule below for the Fugard Bioscope screenings. For the full Encounters schedule and more information, please visit www.encounters.co.za.

MONDAY 10


6.30pm The Village Under The Forest + Guest

8.15pm An Inconsolable Memory + Guest

TUESDAY 11

6.45pm Incarcerated Knowledge + Guest + Town & Country
8.30pm Colombianos + Guest

WED 12


6.30pm The Devil’s Lair + Guest

8.45pm Comrade President + Guest

THURSDAY 13


6.30pm Big Fish Shorts + Guests
8.30pm
Forbidden Voices

FRIDAY 14

6.45pm Incarcerated Knowledge + Town & Country
8.30pm Comrade President + Guest
 
SATURDAY 15

5.45pm In Heaven Underground
8.00pm 10% – What Makes a Hero + Wilbur Goes Poor

Encounters Documentary Film Festival

Encounters Documentary Film Festival
07 Jun 2012 - 24 Jun 2012
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    07 Jun 2012 - 24 Jun 2012

The festival boasts new films by some of South Africa’s top documentary filmmakers. Bryan Little, who won the Audience Award for Best South African Film for Fokofpolisiekar at Encounters in 2009, returns with the world premiere of his beat-battle chronicle The African Cypher. Clifford Bestall, who won the same award in 2010 for The 16th Man, is screening his Hillbrow-themed Between Heaven and Hell, while Dylan Valley, whose Afrikaaps was the runner up in 2010, is also back with Jumu’a: The Gathering.

 “We have something for everyone,” says Mandisa, pointing to a bumper lineup of documentaries dealing with a wide range of topics, including the arts (Eames, The Great Contemporary Art Bubble), the environment (The Island President), food (A Matter of Taste), activism (Pink Ribbon Inc), recent South African history (A Common Purpose), reconciliation (One Day After Peace) and sex in Africa (The Sunny Side of Sex). More films are being added daily, with the final programme to be announced later this month.

Eric Clapton: Live at the Royal Albert Hall

Eric Clapton: Live at the Royal Albert Hall
8 NOV 2015
11 AM | R100
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    08 Nov 2015 - 08 Nov 2015
  • Time

    11 AM
  • Price

    R100

Screened as part of the 2015 & 2016 Fugard Bioscope World Arts Season.

Eric Clapton: Live at the Royal Albert Hall captures a momentous night for legendary guitarist Eric Clapton. A celebration of the artist’s 70th year and a fine toast to his close relationship with the Royal Albert Hall itself. Eric Clapton is the first artist to play over 200 performances at this classic venue.

As Clapton guides the audience through his extensive set list, the show builds from an intimate start, reminiscent of a smoky blues club setting, to the epic finale of the massive tracks ‘Crossroads’ and ‘Cocaine’. Clapton and his band bring the audience to their feet as they fill the iconic Royal Albert Hall with sound.

Marking Clapton’s 50 years at the top of the music business, the film captures a night to remember. At this outstanding performance, recorded on 21 May 2015, Clapton is backed by the equally renowned musicians Paul Carrack, Steve Gadd, Chris Stainton, Andy Fairweather Low and Nathan East. Clapton delivers a career-defining playlist that includes ‘Layla’, ‘I Shot the Sherriff’, ‘Tears in Heaven’, ‘Wonderful Tonight’ and many more. From the Mississippi blues of Robert Johnson that inspired him to play guitar through Cream, Derek & The Dominos and his long solo career, all aspects of Clapton’s musical journey are included.

Cinema viewers will also enjoy an exclusive featurette presented by Paul Gambaccini which includes interviews with Paul Carrack, Andy Fairweather Low, Hugh Fielder and Paul Sexton. The featurette gives an insight into Eric Clapton as a performer and helps explain why The Royal Albert Hall has held such a special place in his heart for so many years.

 

Everyman

Everyman
29 NOV 2015
11 AM | R100
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    29 Nov 2015 - 29 Nov 2015
  • Time

    11 AM
  • Price

    R100
  • Cast

    • Chiwetel EjioforEveryman
    • Kate DuchêneGod / Good Deeds
    • Dermot CrowleyDeath
  • Creative

    • Rufus NorrisDirector
    • Carol Ann DuffyAdaptation

Screened as part of the 2015 & 2016 Fugard Bioscope World Arts Season. From the National Theatre.

BAFTA winner and Academy Award® nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) takes the title role in this dynamic new production of one of English drama’s oldest plays, directed by the National Theatre’s new Director Rufus Norris (Broken, London Road).

Everyman is successful, popular and riding high when Death comes calling. He is forced to abandon the life he has built and embark on a last, frantic search to recruit a friend, anyone, to speak in his defence. But Death is close behind, and time is running out.

One of the great primal, spiritual myths, Everyman asks whether it is only in death that we can understand our lives. A cornerstone of English drama since the 15th century, it now explodes onto the stage in a startling production with words by Carol Ann Duffy, Poet Laureate, and movement by Javier De Frutos.

★★★★ Powerful. Deeply moving. Chiwetel Ejiofor is excellent. - The Times
★★★★ Brilliant. An Everyman for today. Chiwetel Ejiofor is remarkable. - Guardian
★★★★
 Spectacular. Thought-provoking. Full of Carol Ann Duffy’s brilliant sly rhymes. - Time Out
★★★★
 Bold. Attention grabbing. A startling contemporary version by Carol Ann Duffy. - Evening Standard
★★★★ Powerful. Deeply moving. Chiwetel Ejiofor is excellent. - The Times
★★★★ Brilliant. An Everyman for today. Chiwetel Ejiofor is remarkable. - Guardian
★★★★
 Spectacular. Thought-provoking. Full of Carol Ann Duffy’s brilliant sly rhymes. - Time Out
★★★★
 Bold. Attention grabbing. A startling contemporary version by Carol Ann Duffy. - Evening Standard

Fabergé: A Life of Its Own

Fabergé: A Life of Its Own
27 SEP 2015
11 AM | R100
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    27 Sep 2015 - 27 Sep 2015
  • Time

    11 AM
  • Price

    R100
  • Duration

    1 hour 22 minutes

Screened as part of the 2015 & 2016 Fugard Bioscope World Arts Season.

Discover the fascinating story behind one of the most prestigious names in luxury.

Enjoying unprecedented access to Fabergé’s greatest creations, insights from leading experts and interviews with descendants of the Fabergé family, Fabergé: A Life of Its Own charts the rich history behind the iconic luxury brand and offers the chance to experience exquisite Fabergé pieces in intricate detail on the big screen.

Also presenting the extraordinary unveiling of two historic pieces: the remarkable story of a lost Imperial Egg, and the first ‘Imperial Class’ Fabergé Egg produced for 99 years. This cinematic event offers a rare opportunity for the public to see these unique works of art before they disappear into private collections.

Faust

Faust
17 Feb 2013
2 & 6PM | R50 - R100
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    17 Feb 2013 -
  • Time

    2 & 6PM
  • Price

    R50 - R100
  • Duration

    2 hours 50 minutes (excluding one interval)
  • Language

    Sung in French with English subtitles
  • Cast

    • Vittorio GrigoloFaust
    • Michèle LosierSiébel
    • René PapeMéphistophélès
    • Dmitri HvorostovskyValentin
    • Angela GheorghiuValentin
    • Angela GheorghiuMarguerite
    • Daniel GriceWagner
    • Carole WilsonMarthe Schwertlein
  • Creative

    • Evelino PidòConductor
    • Brigitte ReiffenstueCostume designs
    • David McVicarStage Director
    • Paule ConstableLighting design
    • Charles Edwards lSet design

Gounod’s Faust was the most successful opera of its time, reaching Covent Garden in
1863, four years after its Parisian premiere, and quickly becoming a favourite of Victorian
audiences. In 2004 Faust returned to The Royal Opera’s repertory with a flourish: David
McVicar’s brilliantly theatrical production, played out in the Paris of the Second Empire,
has given its familiar melodies, grand ensembles and epic central struggle between good
and evil a new lease of life. Charles Edwards’s splendidly varied sets conjure up Gounod’s
Paris, even quoting paintings of the period, with the composer’s own internal struggle
between religious devotion and passion for the theatre supplying a clever subtext. The
downfall of Faust, the philosopher tempted by the demon Méphistophélès, and the terrible
consequences of his tainted love for the innocent Marguerite on both her and her brother
Valentin, are charted with insight and theatrical bravura. With its devilish presentation of
the Cabaret L’Enfer, where Gounod’s famous Waltz brings the second act to an eyecatching
climax, this production reclaims Faust for the 21st century. The cast includes
rising star Vittorio Grigolo as the dashing Faust, René Pape as his nemesis Méphistophélès,
Dmitri Hvorostovsky as the luckless Valentin and Angela Gheorghiu, returning to the role
she created in this production in 2004, as the innocent Marguerite.

For the full World Opera and Ballet 2012/2013 Season schedule click here.

Fidelio

Fidelio
5 MAR 2017
11 AM | R100
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    05 Mar 2017 - 05 Mar 2017
  • Time

    11 AM
  • Price

    R100
  • Language

    Sung in German
  • Cast

    • Jonas KaufmannFlorestan
    • Adrianne PieczonkaLeonore
    • Sebastian HolecekDon Fernando
    • Tomasz KoniecznyDon Pizarro
  • Creative

    • Ludwig van BeethovenMusic
    • Franz Welser-MöstConductor
    • Claus GuthStage Director
    • Christian SchmidtSets and Costumes
    • Vienna PhilharmonicOrchestra

Screened as part of the 2017 Fugard Bioscope World Arts Season. From The Salzburg Festival.

Fidelio stars astonishing tenor Jonas Kaufmann, who makes a wrenching, haunted Florestan, a Spanish nobleman unjustly jailed by the ruthless governor of a state prison for espousing principles of liberty. Starring alongside him is the compelling, bright-voiced soprano Adrianne Pieczonka as Leonore, Florestan’s tenaciously loving wife. She has disguised herself as a man (Fidelio) and secured a job in the prison where she suspects that her husband is being held — hoping, somehow, to rescue him.

 

Flick, Pick & Mix. Movie Night & Sweet Market with Slow Food Mother City

Flick, Pick & Mix. Movie Night & Sweet Market with Slow Food Mother City
10 Nov 2011
R65, including R25 of vouchers to spend at the Sweet Market.
The Fugard Theatre
  • Dates

    10 Nov 2011 -
  • Price

    R65, including R25 of vouchers to spend at the Sweet Market.

Slow Food Mother City presented Flick, Pick & Mix at the Fugard Theatre: A sweet little market & a big-screen movie. They showed the classic Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory at the gorgeous Fugard Theatre Studio, and keeping with the theme, there was an all-sugar market, with local producers offering handmade goodies.

Frankenstein

Frankenstein
3 JUL 2016
11 AM | R100
The Fugard Bioscope
  • Dates

    03 Jul 2016 - 03 Jul 2016
  • Time

    11 AM
  • Price

    R100
  • Duration

    2 hours 5 minutes
  • Cast

    • Federico BonelliVictor Frankenstein
    • Sacha BarberYoung Victor
    • Laura MoreraElizabeth Lavenza
    • Skya PowneyYoung Elizabeth
    • Bennet GartsideAlphonse Frankenstein
    • Christina ArestisCaroline Beaufort
    • Guillem Cabrera EspinachWilliam Frankenstein
    • Elizabeth McgorianMadame Moritz
    • Meaghan Grace HinkisJustine Moritz
    • Lauren MolyneuxYoung Justine
    • Alexander CampbellHenry Clerval
    • Thomas Whitehead The Professor
    • Steven McraeThe Creature
  • Creative

    • Liam ScarlettChoreography
    • Lowell LiebermannMusic
    • John MacfarlaneDesigner
    • David FinnLighting designer
    • Koen KesselsConductor

Screened as part of the 2015 & 2016 Fugard Bioscope World Arts Season. From the Royal Ballet.

Royal Ballet Artist in Residence Liam Scarlett has chosen Mary Shelley’s gothic classic Frankenstein as the basis for his first full-length narrative ballet for the Covent Garden Main Stage. A story of betrayal, curiosity, life, death and, above all, love, it inspires Scarlett to explore the very depths of human nature and our need to find acceptance and a place in the world.

For this exciting new ballet Scarlett returns to the music of Lowell Liebermann, from whom he has commissioned a brand new score.

Fugard Theatre Hub for OPEN BOOK Cape Town

Fugard Theatre Hub for OPEN BOOK Cape Town
21 Sep 2011 - 25 Sep 2011
The Fugard Theatre
  • Dates

    21 Sep 2011 - 25 Sep 2011

The Festival ran across various venues in the city, and as the official hub, the Fugard Theatre and Fugard Theatre Studio was used extensively for events, as well as to house the OPEN BOOK office for the duration of the festival. The following were some of the highlights of the festival

Events at the Fugard Theatre Studio on 21 September: Denis Hirson, author of Lemon Street, spoke to Zubeida Jaffer. John Crace, author of Brideshead Abbreviated and popular Digested Read column in the Guardian, talked to Michele Magwood. In association with Random House Struik. Madeline Miller, author of Song of Achilles, spoke to Professor Clive Chandler about her reworking of the myth of Achilles. In association with Jonathan Ball. Michiel Heyns, author of Lost Ground, spoke to Patrick Gale. In association with Jonathan Ball. Steven Amsterdam, author of Things We Didn't See Coming, spoke to Damon Galgut. In association with The Australian High Commission and Random House Struik.

Events at the Fugard Theatre Studio on 22 September: Independent Foreign Fiction Prize Judge Neel Mukherjee visits with shortlistee Jenny Erpenbeck. In association with the Gordon Institute of Performing and Creative Arts. Dr Terence McNamee spoke to Amy Hordes from Phaidon Press about Decade: The definitive history of the first decade of the 21st century. In association with Book Promotions Shehan Karunatilaka, author of Chinaman, was interviewed by Tom Eaton. In association with Random House Struik.

Events at the Fugard Theatre on 22 September: Bambi Kellermann (sister and worst nightmare of Evita Bezuidenhout) revealed all to Marianne Thamm at the launch of Never Too Naked, her gloves-off, bra-down memoir, written with the assistance of Pieter-Dirk Uys. In association with Random House Struik. Chris van Wyk read from and talked about his best selling memoir, Eggs to Lay, Chickens to Hatch. In association with Pan Macmillan. Paul Harding, author of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Tinkers, spoke to Mervyn Sloman. In association with Random House Struik, Jane Bussmann's acclaimed show based on the experiences she wrote about in The Worst Date Ever. In association with Pan Macmillan.

Events at the Fugard Theatre Studio on 23 September: José Eduardo Agualusa and Imraan Coovadia discussed their work. Chaired by Margie Orford. Andre P Brink, Etienne van Heerden en Ingrid Winterbach – Die Begin en Einde van die Roman: Three of our most accomplished writers spoke to Louise Viljoen and read from their work. In association with NB Publishers. Sandra Charles, author of Eve, talked to Chris van Wyk. In association with NB Publishers. Isobel Dixon launched her new poetry collection, The Tempest Prognosticator, in the company of Gus Ferguson. In association with Random House Struik.

Events at the Fugard Theatre on the 23 September: Earl Lovelace and Feryal Ali Gauhar talked about making movies when they're not writing books. Chaired by Emma van der Vliet. Sifiso Mzobe, 2011 Sunday Times award winner, discussed his acclaimed debut, Young Blood, with Pulitzer Prize winner, Paul Harding. In association with NB Publishers. Jay Naidoo (Fighting for Justice) and Peter Harris (Birth) discussed their work and anything else that comes up over a glass of scotch. Chaired by Mervyn Sloman. Jane Bussmann's acclaimed show based on the experiences she wrote about in The Worst Date Ever. In association with Pan Macmillan.

Events at the Fugard Theatre Studio on 24 September: Thando Mgqolozana, author of A Man who is not a Man, spoke to Lauren Beukes. Neel Mukherjee discussed his award winning debut novel with Rustum Kozain. In association with Penguin. Readings by Earl Lovelace, José Eduardo Agualusa and Brian Chikwava. Chaired by Margie Orford. In association with SA PEN.

Events at the Fugard Theatre on 24 September: Audience members could bring their questions and fire away at Jay Naidoo and Jonathan Jansen. Chaired by Judge Dennis Davis. In association with Pan Macmillan. Tim Noakes and co-author Michael Vlismas discussed Challenging Beliefs. In association with Random House Struik. John Maytham chaired 5 talented authors as they provide the most accurate definitions for forgotten words. Featuring Imraan Coovadia, Rustum Kozain, Madeline Miller, Helen Moffett and Henrietta Rose-Innes. Kerneels Breytenbach, author of Piekniek by Hangklip, spoke to Michiel Heyns.


Events at the Fugard Theatre Studio on 25 September:
Wame Molefhe, author of Go Tell the Sun, spoke to Rustum Kozain. Alain Mabanckou, author of African Psycho, talked to Toast Coetzer. In association with The French Institute. Damon Galgut, Hari Kunzru and Neel Mukherjee spoke about whether their characters are classical outsiders or reflective of a disconnected majority. Chaired by Michiel Heyns. Rolf Solberg, author of Bra Gib, spoke to Neo Muyanga about the life of Gibson Kente.

Events at the Fugard Theatre on 25 September: Joanne Fedler read from and discussed her work. In association with Jacana. Food Security, what are the issues and where are we going? Jay Naidoo and Leonie Joubert unpacked the issues around Food Security. In association with Pan Macmillan. Dame Janet Suzman and Chris Mann presented a moving programme from his latest book, Home from Home. With large scale graphic images by Julia Skeen.

Events ran in several locations in Cape Town’s ‘Fringe’ district. Other venues included The District 6 Museum, The Homecoming Centre, the Townhouse Hotel (also the Open Book accommodation partner), The Slave Lodge, The Museum, The National Gallery, Central Library and Lobby Books.

 

Fugard Tribute Film Festival

04 Jun 2011 - 07 Jun 2011
The Fugard Theatre
  • Dates

    04 Jun 2011 - 07 Jun 2011

The Awards committee described Fugard as “a playwright whose art has always spoken out against racism and who continues to be an active voice for freedom and equality”. Over the years Athol Fugard has received six Tony nominations including four for Best Play - Sizwe Banzi is Dead and The Island (1975); A Lesson from Aloes (1982) and Master Harold and The Boys (1982) and Blood Knot (1986)

The theatre has recently been fitted out with new cinema–style seats and FULL HD cinema quality projection and surround sound systems.

Funnier Than Them

Funnier Than Them
2 – 6 SEP 2014
8 PM | R110 – R130
  • Dates

    02 Sep 2014 - 06 Sep 2014
  • Time

    8 PM
  • Price

    R110 – R130
  • Duration

    1 hour 30 minutes
  • Cast

    • Deep Fried Man
    • Chris Forrest
    • Warren Robertson

Starring Deep Fried Man, Chris Forrest and Warren Robertson.

Chris Forrest, Warren Robertson and Deep Fried Man's individual achievements in the South African comedy industry are substantial, including television shows; films; Comedy Central specials; performances at some of South Africa's biggest comedy events (Bafunny Bafunny, Blacks Only, Heavyweight Comedy Jam and more); multiple awards and nominations.

Now, the three of them combine for ensemble show Funnier Than Them, which launched at the Grahamstown Festival to packed houses and critical acclaim. The show will be arriving in Cape Town at The Fugard Theatre from September 2 to 6.

Each of these three comedians has their own unique style, with Chris Forrest's dry one-liners and perfect comedy timing, Warren Robertson's dark, intelligent humour and Deep Fried Man's blend of musical comedy and satire ensuring there will be something for everyone. The trio is also proud to announce that the show also features, as a guest, legendary old-school SA comic Gerry D' Atric.

Funnier Than Them is a stand up comedy show like no other. Blending elements of crowd interaction, improv and animation it is a show that is guaranteed to deliver an evening of laughs from three of the country`s funniest comedians.

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