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Thursday, April 28, 2022


Following ongoing hit seasons of ADHD around the country, Aaron McIlroy brings his one-of-a-kind comedy riot for two performances only at Northlands Bowling Club in association with The Rhumbelow Theatre. Shows take place on May 1 and 2 at 18h00. Running time is 65 minutes (no interval).

The show is suitable for the whole family. (Venue opens 60 minutes before show for snacks/drinks)

Produced by MacBob Productions, this hilarious take on the ‘problems’ of ADHD - and other ‘disturbing behavioural patterns’ - is charmingly portrayed, as McIlroy takes you on a wild and whacky journey into the fantastical world of learning disorders!

Facts and theories are turned on their heads, as we get a bird’s eye view into the chaotic and beautiful mind of McIlroy, who has lived with this ‘gift’ for the last half century. “If not exactly autobiographical, I certainly have inside information!” he quips about his show. The veteran comic’s hugely popular brand of humour has spiced up the theatre scene over several decades.

Billed as a comedic steamroller without GPS, ADHD is scripted by Aaron McIlroy and Patrick Kenny, and directed by Kenny.

Tickets minimum R200. (R160 Northlands Bowling Club members) Bring food picnic baskets. A full bar is available (no alcohol may be brought on to the premises).

All seating will be at separate tables and the venue will obviously be seating co-habiting couples and/or family members together.

Limited secure parking available.

With the current Covid levels, the venue will be limiting capacity to 50% capacity per show. Covid-19 protocols will be observed. Patrons need to wear a face and nose covering at all times in the venue except when eating or drinking.

Booking is essential on email: or through Computicket.

For more information contact Roland Stansell on 082 499 8636 or visit

Northlands Bowling Club is situated at 50 Margaret Maytom Avenue in Durban North.