From the star of Defending the Caveman, comes a brand new, hilarious exploration of the battle between the sexes and exes, Love Factually! After 963 performances of the record-breaking comedy show Defending the Caveman, Alan Committie takes a fresh look at relationships in 2017 and ventures to The Bay to share his wisdom on .
With a comical, honest and sometimes even touching look at couples, South Africa’s favourite Caveman, Committie, explores the mad differences between men and women, the quirks and foibles of marriage and dating, and will even try to finally provide the right answers to those loaded questions like “Do you think I look fat?”, “Are you listening to me?” and “Would you prefer to go to the cricket or spend the day with me and my mom?”
In Love Factually, this every-man’s hero also investigates everything from Tinder and text breakups, online attractions and detractions, surviving as a post-modern, metro-quasi-dexi-semi-multi-
mano-sexual, to exploring single versus mingle, the apparent gift of having children and the supposed burden of family.
If you enjoyed Defending the Caveman, you’re going to love this fresh take on why it’s ok for men and women to be so different. Catch Committie inLove factually at The Boardwalk next weekend. Tickets cost R160 per person at Computicket.
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