Enjoy a toe tapping, laidback acapella styled show featuring four seasoned performers in Stripped Down at the Roxy Revue Bar, GrandWest this weekend, 26 and 27 August 2017. The show promises superlative entertainment with three powerful singers and a talented pianist, namely Nur Abrahams, Tye Platinum, Fagrie Isaacs and Devanish Hendricks.
The show is produced by Alistair Izobell, who traveled the world with the musical Kat and the Kings for which he received a Sir Laurence Olivier Award for his role as Magoo on the West End and On Broadway in New York. During his music career, which stems back to the early 1980s, he worked with some of the most talented and successful recording artists in South Africa namely the late Brenda Fassie, PJ Powers, Dr Victor and the Rasta Rebels, Walk This Way and Ringo Madlingozi.
Izobell was also one of the lead vocalists of the renowned group, The Rockets, and toured SA and other neighboring countries extensively. No stranger to the stage, he performed the role of Ritchie Valens in the South African theater production of the hit musical, The Buddy Holly Story and toured South Africa with this production as well.
In 2009 Alistair embarked on a whole new journey after celebrating 23 years in the industry by opening his own production company, Alistair Izobell Productions and one of his first major achievements in this new venture has been securing the exclusive African rights to the wonderful and acclaimed New York musical Three Mo Tenors.
Besides performing and song writing, he has tapped back into his roots of music arranging by assisting David Kramer in three productions as musical supervisor, namely Kramer Petersen Songbook, Some Like It Vrot and Blood Brothers.
Tickets to Stripped Down are R130 per person and can be booked by contacting Kim Isobell on 082 9404479 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The show starts at 20h00 on Saturday, 26 August 2017 and at 15h00 on Sunday, 27 August 2017.