Aaron’s new comedy ‘The Apology’ now on in Durbs

The magic of show biz comedy whiz Aaron McIlroy is now up for grabs in the debut run of his new show, The Apology. Photo by Val Adamson.

The magic of show biz comedy whiz Aaron McIlroy is now up for grabs in the debut run of his new show, The Apology. This laugh-a-line one-man rollercoaster is currently playing at the recently-refurbished Seabrooke’s Theatre on the Durban High School (DHS) campus in Musgrave.

Yes, award winning comedy theatre partners Aaron McIlroy and writer-director Patrick Kenny have teamed up once again to produce The Apology – a quirky and hilarious look at the world of tone-deaf dudes and privilege in all its forms.

When ad exec Danny, inimitably played by Aaron, accidentally unleashes the most politically insensitive song and dance act at a national peace conference, he goes into hiding at a rundown caravan park.

Unexpectedly trapped in an extended lockdown with a right-wing resort manager, Danny uses the time to examine his life, and the way he has treated those closest to him.

“It’s a thin line between a telephone conversation with my mother and a hostage negotiation,” says Danny.

The Apology plays at Seabrooke’s until 29 November. Performance times are 19:00 (Wednesdays to Saturdays) and 15:00 (Sundays). Seating in this intimate venue is limited, so advance booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment. Tickets are R150, and booking is through Webtickets.


Interviews and photos available on request.

William Charlton-Perkins
Managing Director/ Head Publicist
Copy Dog
082 335 6088
copydog@artslink.co.za

The magic of show biz comedy whiz Aaron McIlroy is now up for grabs in the debut run of his new show, The Apology. Photo by Val Adamson.
The magic of show biz comedy whiz Aaron McIlroy is now up for grabs in the debut run of his new show, The Apology. Photo by Val Adamson.