Gino Fabbri’s international world tour of Port Elizabeth touches down in the Baakens Valley as The Greatest Comedy ever to Tour a Town comes to Remo’s Italian Restaurant on 6 and 7 April.
Gino’s extraordinarily funny talk-of-the-town interactive music and comedy show ‘Laugh Lines’ has had audiences in stitches and has sold out all of its previous performances!
Expect the unexpected...from loony-bin characters to classical music turned on its head, new guitar evolutions to explosive drums and so many laugh lines your tummy will hurt.
This dinner comedy theatre experience will be a night to remember!
Doors open at 6pm for dining, the show starts at 8pm and ends at approx.10.30pm.
Tickets cost R140 for the show or R120 for bookings of 6 or more, and can be purchased through Wendy on 082-6616921 or Computicket.
The show is family friendly.
A special menu for the weekend will be announced shortly.
Don't get FOMO, come laugh your head off at Remo's on 6 and 7 April!
WHAT TO EXPECT: GINO FABBRI'S LAUGH LINES
New characters making their show debut are the somewhat inebriated British airline pilot Winifred Rump, the cantankerous middle-aged Portuguese lady Lavender De Santos, the failed showbizz personality Clyde Smithers and the self-deprecating safari suit wearing conservative church-goer Poefter Van Zyl.
Indian Rancid Punjabi returns to present a dubious course in understanding passive aggression in social media, and a host of other zany favourites make appearances sharing laugh lines on the accompanying audiovisual inserts.
Another side of Fabbri is shown as he picks up a guitar for the first time in comedy fashion to perform a hilarious musical stand-up routine.
Here he takes merciless revenge on the pompous guitarists who always claim the girls and glory in front of the band generally at the expense of the more talented drummer, as Fabbri gives an offbeat masterclass on just how simple it is to play the lead guitar.
As has become the tradition, Gino ends off with a series of musical trips through time, this time adding a surprisingly impactful and well performed Evolution of Guitar intros to his popular hit drums encore.