The ‘only original’ master of ‘Defending the Caveman’ is back touring South Africa.

His first two concerts kick off in the charming Atterbury Theatre in Pretoria on 12 and 13 March, followed by a one-night show in White River at the Casterbridge Theatre on 19 March.

Residents of White River come and spend this one night being entertained in your own town for a change with one of the best, solo comedies.

Tim Plewman’s way of managing to ‘capture’ his audience in his hands is palpable. It is an incredible performance with one person on stage giving of his all. You can laugh one moment and be digging your partner in his/her ribs because of the truth of the comments, the next. All the tales ring home in such an incredible way. It is extraordinarily funny and worth every cent to spend an evening laughing which is, as one knows ‘medicine for the soul’!

Back by popular demand, Plewman puts new life and energy into ‘Defending the Caveman’, adding to his 1,604 performances of the longest-running and most successful solo comedy in South African theatre history.

“I am going to bring my wife here to see it”, said Geoffrey Matenji from SAfm radio with tears rolling down his cheeks from laughter.