With a legacy spanning more than 20 years, this iconic comedy performance will see stars Oscar Petersen and David Isaacs and the entire Joe Barber family back on stage, after being absent for three years.
Oscar Petersen and David Isaacs have delighted fans by announcing they are bringing Joe Barber back to Cape Town later this year. It has been long overdue to get the Joe Barber family back in one place. Directed by Lara Bye and produced by Ian Bredenkamp, the all-new stage show takes place on 7, 8, 11 and 12 November at Grand Arena, GrandWest, Cape Town.
The theatrical phenomenon was last performed in 2019, at three sold-out shows at Grand West. The characters – Joe, Gamat, Outjie and Washiela – have become an integral part of fans in Cape Town. Isaacs and Petersen skillfully take on all four characters and their transformations are nothing short of fascinating.
Joe Barber presents audiences with a hilarious take on life in the Cape Flats – having received standing ovations since 1999, it’s said to be the longest-running performance of its kind in Cape Town. So, now you can tell your family and friends, that they are back. Get ready to roll down the aisles of the Grand Arena, at Grand West. It goes without saying that after more than two decades of keeping audiences in stitches, this performance is something you simply just cannot miss.
Tickets go on sale Monday 25 July, from only R179
Picture: Facebook/Joe Barber