Riaad Moosa will entertain audiences as he tries to figure out whether life really does begin after the big 4-0!
Getting older is no joke but Riaad Moosa has managed to find the lighter side of things in his hilarious one-man show, Life Begins!
Riaad will be performing for the first time in Phoenix and Chatsworth on November 16 and 17, respectively.
Following sold-out shows around the country, Riaad will entertain audiences as he tries to figure out whether life really does begin after the big 4-0!
The show is a snapshot into his life after turning 40 and how he has to juggle being a father of four children, a husband, a comedian and an actor, all while taking in the current cultural and political climates.
“Even though I am now 40, in many ways, I feel like I’m still crawling and I’m looking back at my journey from being an aspirational doctor, coming from a relatively conservative Muslim background, where both my parents were doctors, and how I actually journeyed to becoming a stand-up comedian,” said Riaad.
As an award-winning comedian, actor, writer and presenter, Riaad Moosa is one of South Africa’s most popular and acclaimed funny men and he happens to be a qualified medical doctor too!
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Although he never ended up practising medicine, Riaad is still fondly known as the ‘Comedy Doctor’ and he certainly seems to have the remedy for the nation’s ills – a healthy dose of laughter, straight up – and hold the aspirin!
“The show is very philosophical and existential. It involves the normal issues of getting older while at the same time experiencing, at a maturity where I’m supposed to be wise, a world that is completely turned on its head. And it’s about how I negotiate all these things happening around me while trying to maintain a positive attitude. Through my comedic lens, I hope to put a different spin on that and hopefully my next 40 years will be lived with renewed vigour and excitement,” Moosa adds.
The show is rated PG for language. It will take place on Friday, November 16 at the Stanmore Regional Hall, Phoenix from 8pm.
Tickets cost R100 each and are available at Computicket and Maharaj’s Prayer. (Gem City) On Saturday, November 17, the show will be held at Rajput Hall Arena Park, Chatsworth from 8pm. Tickets cost R100 each and are available at Computicket. P r o u d l y brought to you by B l u Blood.