18November2017

ShoutPoster

Shout! The Mod Musical

Take a shaking, shimmying, smashing journey to the era of miniskirts, gogo-boots, Beatle-mania and Carnaby Street…

blue-iris

Review of Blue Iris at the Fugard Theatre

The set of Blue Iris, designed by Dicky Longhurst is sparse, depressing and sets the mood instantly. This is not a happy place.

  • Jeremy Abbott
Burn the floor

Burn The Floor at Artscape

This is the show that revolutionised the image of dance - which then launched many reality dance shows including So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With The Stars, Superstars of Dance, that audiences have grown to love.

blue-iris

New Fugard Play for Cape Town Audiences

Athol Fugard’s brand new, beautiful one act play, The Blue Iris, opens this week at the Fugard Studio Theatre in Cape Town, after its successful world premiere at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown.

justbusiness

"Just Business" is Just the Right Show for a Great Laugh

Hannes van Wyk used to work at Foreign Affairs - when the Nats were in power.  He was given a retrenchment package to make way for the new elite to conduct foreign, home and personal affairs.  

Carmina Burana

Imperial Russian Ballet Company at the Baxter Theatre

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company returns to Cape Town in July. Last year their sold-out season of Tchaikovsky’s, The Nutcracker, thrilled Capetonians.

Elvis Rock n Roll Tribute

Elvis Presley remains the undisputed king of rock n roll and in a tribute to his musical genius James Marais has produced and directed the Elvis Rock n Roll Tribute.

bullets-bishop-lavis

Bullets over Bishop Lavis

A hard-hitting story of love and betrayal, Bullets over Bishop Lavis showcases some of South Africa’s finest talent. Abduragman Adams is accompanied on stage by YOU Spectacular and ATKV Award winner Diaan Lawrenson (7de Laan), Euodia Samson and Charlton George

Dansmettieduiwels

Dansmettieduiwels Tackles Sexual abuse in the Catholic Church

Alfred Hinkel’s latest work, Dansmettieduiwels, comes to the Baxter Theatre for four performances from 29 - 31 March.