Longest-running play in New York coming to Cape Town

Line, a one-act comedy by Israel Horovitz and the longest-running play in New York, is brought to Cape Town for the very first time by Sugar-daddy Theatre Co.


Marc Lottering Doesn't Work on Sundays

After completing a successful run of David Kramerís musical comedy Some like It Vrot, Marc Lottering is back at the Baxter with his new stand up show I Donít Work on Sundays.

Beatles tribute at the GrandWest

In 1963 a little-known quartet from Liverpool turned the world of music and fashion on its head, creating a cultural revolution that left a lasting legacy still admired and respected 50 years on.

Michael Richard stars in New York comedian Steve Solomonís one man show ďMy Motherís Italian, My fatherís Jewish and Iím in Therapy" at Theatre on the Bay.

Reviewed: "Did We Dance" at the Baxter

Walking into the Sanlam Studio one is greeted with the acrid and overpowering smell of burning herbs and tribal chanting.

Quartet at Theatre on the Bay

A wicked, funny, joyous play about art, the eccentricities of age and the celebratory power of the human spirit.

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Coward &Cole at the Kalk bay Theatre

Two of the most popular composers performed by two of the best piano men aroundĖ the award-winning performers Godfrey Johnson and Roland Perold premiŤre their new show, Coward &Cole, at Kalk Bay Theatre from 7 to 24 March.


Cape Town ready for "Ballet Olympics"

Fifty professional and non-professional dancers are set to compete in the 3rd Cape Town International Ballet Competition (CTIBC), the most since the competitionís inception in 2008.


Children's Theatre at Artscape

Tales of Little Grey Rabbit, directed by Cheryl Abromowitz, consists of excerpts of Alison Uttleyís charming and witty adventures of Little Grey Rabbit and her woodland friends.