Big Boys Don’t Dance … Or Do They?

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Big Boys Don’t Dance … Or Do They?

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Big Boys Don’t Dance … Or Do They?

A decade since the creation of The Big Boys saga, the humourous dancers are back with a revamped show

The multi award-winning South African production that has impressed audiences around the world, Big Boys Don’t Dance, is coming back to Cape Town for its 10-year anniversary. The show, put together by South Africa’s best dancing brothers, runs from 14 May–7 June 2019 at the Kalk Bay Theatre.



THE REASON REAL MEN DANCE
Following a wild journey of classic male behaviour at a disastrous bachelor’s party, brothers Ash and Brad Searle are forced, by the ripple effect of their actions, to dance their way out of the chaos they’ve created.
The brothers have wowed the world, moving to South African flavours such as Hip Hop and Kwaito, while throwing in Dirty Dancing and even the dab ... proving that real men do dance.

WATCH A TASTER OF WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT


REVAMPED RENDITION
The show is well-known as a feel-good and refreshing piece of theatre, with an engaging combination of comedy and dance perfect for the whole family. To mark the 10th anniversary of the show, the Searle brothers are upping the ante with a modern twist and massive revamp to freshen it up.



TICKETS TO BIG BOYS DON’T DANCE
Tickets cost R165pp. Note that the theatre doesn’t allow entry for infants. Tickets can be purchased via The Kalk Bay Theatre website.

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