I Am Hamlet at The Intimate Theatre

"I Am Hamlet" is an award winning and unique one-act comedy-thriller by Richard James.


Porgy and Bess at Artscape

Considered ‘the peoples’ opera, Porgy and Bess is a gripping story of constantly threatened love, hope and happiness, amidst poverty and hardship.


Romeo and Juliet Ballet Screened at The Fugard

The Royal Ballet’s film version of Romeo and Juliet, considered by many one of the greatest love stories and ballets of all time, will be screened on 13 and 14 October at the Fugard Theatre Bioscope.


Champ at the Artscape Theatre

Champ is about a group of down and out actors working in a mall as oversized teddy bears to entertain small children.

Literary icon Can Themba (widely known as writer for DRUM magazine) is remembered through Khayelihle Dom Gumede’s presentation of Themba’s Crepuscule.


"Who are you calling an Idiom?" at the Milnerton Playhouse

What do you do when you are thrice divorced and “Mr Right” seems elusive?


Race Card at The Baxter

Siv Ngesi's brand-new one man comedy show at the Baxter is inspired by Simon Kilpatrick’s bestselling book The Racist's Guide To The People Of South Africa.

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Fugard's Boesman and Lena at the Baxter

The Baxter pays tribute to literary luminary Athol Fugard with his classic masterpiece Boesman and Lena this September.

Kim Vieira and Daniel Szybkowski

Raymonda at the Artscape Opera House

At least four guest artists will grace the stage in this glamorous re-creation of Norman Furber’s masterpiece, last seen in South Africa in 1996, when danced by the CAPAB Ballet Co.