Don’t miss out on the funniest farce in the world – on stage

THE Criterion Theatre's latest production Michael Frayn's comic masterpiece Noises Off opens this Thursday night.

Billed as the "funniest farce in the world," this is a play within a play revolving around an ambitious director and his troupe of mediocre actors.

In Noises Off the cast and crew are putting together a silly sex comedy titled, Nothing On -- a farce in which lovers frolic, doors slam and sardines rule the stage. By the time they forget their lines, misplace their props and fall in love with their fellow cast members -- along with the real audience -- will be rolling in the isles and loving every minute.

Pictured here, is the "fake" director of Nothing On (actor Desan Padayachee) and the "real" director of Noises Off Joumana Jeffers.

Confused? You better come along and see how it all unfolds.

Tickets available at The Book Warehouse in Prince St, Grafton



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