Pay R42.50 for a ticket to Stuart Taylor’s comedy show “Money’s too Tight to Mention”, valued at R85 at The Baxter Theatre (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a ticket to Stuart Taylor’s comedy show “Money’s too Tight to Mention”
- Presented by FNB in association with DSTV
- Hilarious advice and stories
- Award-winning comedian/director combo
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable on Thursday, 1 September 2011 only
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon (one Groupon equals one ticket) at The Baxter Theatre on the night
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Limited number available
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
- Presented by The Baxter Theatre
Though penicillin is great for treating all sorts of illnesses, one of its downsides is that, like cats, some people are allergic to it. Indulge in a night of nature’s best medicine with no risk of allergic reaction – because no one is allergic to laughter – with a ticket to Stuart Taylor’s comedy show “Money’s too Tight to Mention” at the Baxter Theatre for R42-50.
Everyone has experienced that stomach-sinking feeling of looking at their ATM slip and wondering how in the blazes they managed to become so broke. With classy, laid-back style Stuart Taylor takes that feeling and turns it into a night of comedy that’s better for your stomach muscles than four hours of gym. With inspiring and rib-cracking tips on how to get through the financial rough-patches, the evening is filled with razor-sharp wit, thought-provoking punch lines and other astute observations for you to file in that section of your mind marked “things that make you go hmmmm.”
Working together better than tartan and golf-carts or up up and away, the combination of comedian Stuart Taylor and director Heinrich Reisenhofer creates a show that would put Broadway to shame. Though many might be shocked at the fact that a show that takes the mickey out of money is proudly supported by a bank, FNB has always searched for novel ways to uplift and enlighten people about the best ways to manage their moolah; after all, someone famous once said, “many a true word spoken in jest.”
Though money matters might bring tears to some eyes, Stuart Taylor’s show inspires only those tears that come when you’re laughing so hard you can’t even breathe anymore.
Funny Fact: In the early 1970’s, a man in southern Indonesia created the world’s funniest joke. Though no one can recall what the punch line was, the joke about two cows caused many people to actually crack ribs with laughter.