Pay R60 instead of R120 for a ticket to My First Sony at the Old Mutual Theatre on the Square (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a ticket to My First Sony at the Old Mutual Theatre on the Square
- Award-winning monodrama
- Has toured Israel and abroad for more than 14 years
- Touching and funny
- Perfect for a sophisticated night out
- Groupon redeemable for My First Sony only
- Booking essential: 011 883 8606/083 377 4969
- Groupon redeemable from 12 July to 30 July
- Groupon redeemable Tuesday to Saturday only
- Show times Tuesday to Friday, 20:15; Saturday 18:00 and 20:30
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
Stepping out for elegant and indulgent dinners are bound to get old if done too often; particularly, when you start adding on extra kilos that will eventually look you dead in the eye and smirk when summer comes moseying around. Take a break from your characteristic night out and watch as the curtain raises with today’s Groupon: a ticket to My First Sony at the Old Mutual Theatre on the Square for R60.
Showered with awards and nominations for theatre excellence, the Old Mutual Theatre on the Square is situated in the ideal location for a charming night out with eye-pleasing treats. In the upmarket Nelson Mandela Square, the theatre welcomes guests to theatre productions with chivalry, class and the charm of an old-world gentleman with a good deal of stories to tell; one of which being the My First Sony production.
Having toured Israel and abroad for more than 14 years, the My First Sony theatre production has been branded an award-winning monodrama. Bringing the story to life with conviction, Israeli Roy Horovitz embodies his character with more authenticity than a postmaster’s stamp. The story follows 11-year old child, Yotam; who, much like teenagers to vampire fiction, is obsessed with documentation. Recording everything in his life on his tape recorder, the story unfolds like a cassette being rewound and fast forwarded while Yotam comments on his tender - but rather often, comedic - life story. Observing memories and flashbacks of his past, one can’t help but be drawn into the scene of the charming international piece.
Don’t be surprised when the curtain falls and you find yourself craving more. And unlike that characteristic dinner out, you won’t have to feel guilty about it.
Actor Action: One of the exercises practiced by German actors is the act of screaming really loudly for 30 minutes in a dark cupboard before they go on stage. This has led many reviewers to write rather strange reviews on the review site, www.tammysbowlofchips.co.de.