Two Men Talking

Paul Browde and Murray Nossel have been friends since they were young boys in South Africa. They are successful men who are jacks of many trades (writing, performing, psychiatry, and documentary filmmaking to name a few). Together, they have devised a style of storytelling that allows for unscripted, ever-changing performances.

Throughout the show, Browde and Nossel tell what some may call an “abridged” version of their lives. The standard bits that everyone can in some way relate to are included, those being childhood, university life, falling in love, and family. Browde, however, has a secret that he wants to share (though as he mentions, it isn’t that big a secret since you can find it on Google), and what you hear may come as a surprise.

Two Men Talking is much more than the title alludes to. It is about intimacy and strength. It is about the power of friendship and how it can be found in the most unexpected places. Most of all, it is about making the most of your life. While Two Men Talking is both funny, moving, and inspirational, it is mostly a show that can not be missed. If you do, you will lose the opportunity to have your life changed for the better, even if just for a bit.

Reviews by Fritzie Andrade

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The Blurb

A show which defies categorisation: on one level it is as simple as the title suggests, but on another it mines the deepest levels of human experience to create an intimate and deeply touching piece of theatre.

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