Fans, friends, and creditors are thrilled to see Mark Banks back on stage and funnier than ever in his latest show MASK ABOUT FACE.
- Mark Banks returns to Sandton’s Theatre on the Square from March 3 to March 13.
- Banks takes a jab at everyday 2020’s life situations we find ourselves in, and some we don’t!
- MASK ABOUT FACE is a live show, in-person, and will not be streamed via ZOOM, Skype, or MS Teams.
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Two years of intensive lockdown have given Mark Banks more material than he can possibly cope with, and that’s not just on his face. Discerning audiences will find everything from Shakespeare to ‘do-it-yourself’ home surgery, caring for your pets in quarantine, how to sell your house without show-days, and the world’s first ‘drive through’ funeral.
Mark Banks has been at the forefront of South African comedy for many years with a particular flavour of comedy that will leave you rolling in the isles – socially distanced, of course. His range of comedy has covered radio, film, and television, both locally and internationally.
He is best remembered for the standing ovation he garnered at the Royal Albert Hall. This was closely followed by a triumphant appearance at the Trans-Kalahari Gemsbok Park laughter tunnel, to a convulsed audience of indigenous stand-up Khoisan comedians who unanimously awarded him the coveted Golden Bow and Arrow, the highest honour yet bestowed on a one-man comedy performer.
Banks is an avid bee-keeper, bird watcher, and interior decorator. His most recent decorating achievement involved re-tiling the entrance to the Houses of Parliament, with 37,000 Scrabble tiles.
Banks has a few surprises in store for the un-laughing and any other latecomers. He is at present in sensitive negotiation with the Hirsch furniture organization for one lucky patron to take home a state-of-the-art AEG voice-activated tumble drier and 15 piece sushi double-edge knife set compliments of China City, Cyrildene.
For more laughs than you can throw surgical gloves at, book for MASK ABOUT FACE online via Computicket on www.computicket.com or by calling the Theatre on the Square, on Nelson Mandela Square, directly on 083 377 4969 or 011 883-8606.
Seats are unreserved. Covid-19 protocols and social distancing will be in place for the allowed 50% capacity audience. Book in advance as space is limited.
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