Make Way For Noddy

Everybody’s favourite little friend, Noddy, is back at the Artscape Theate during the June/July holidays.

Close up of Godfrey Johnson

Shadow of Brel at Kalk Bay Theatre

By popular demand and for eight shows only, Godfrey Johnson returns to Kalk Bay Theatre to perform The Shadow of Brel from 29 June to 9 July.

Dancers performing at Artscape

What a Wonderful World at Artscape

The Cape Academy of Performing Arts (CAPA), renowned for its superior training in dance, drama and voice over the past 25 years, is presenting What a Wonderful World under the direction of Debbie Turner in collaboration with Jacqui Pells and Nathalie Vijver.

Actor with face paint

The Tragedy of Richard III at Artscape

After its critically acclaimed season at the National Arts Festival Grahamstown in 2010, Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Richard III now comes to Cape Town.

Woman singing

Breyani Retuns to the Baxter

In Breyani, Kramer celebrates rhythms, instrumentation, vocal styling and language, to create music that is unmistakably and uniquely from the Cape.


Marc Lottering – Not In 3D, will feature his latest stand-up material as well as appearances by his much loved alter-ego’s Auntie Merle from Belgravia Road in Athlone and Smiley the taxi dude.

Picture of comedian Kurt Schoonraad

Kurt Schoonraad Groans Again

After a sold-out national tour leaving many a funny bone shattered in his comedy wake, Kurt Schoonraad returns to the Baxter Theatre with his one man comedy show Home Groan.

Harbour: The Kalk Bay Musical

This delightful, warm and amusing musical, which Die Burger described as “Lekker soos vars snoek”,  presents a slice of life of Tommy the Kalk Bay fisherman.

Drawing of Katherina from Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrews

The Taming of the Shrew

Artscape’s 57th Shakespeare’s production, The Taming of the Shrew, opens at the Maynardville Open-Air Theatre on 15 January 2011.