Thu, Oct 28, 2021

Stage: Nik Rabinowitz gets ‘Fortyfied’ at the Baxter

If forty is the new thirty there is no finer confirmation of that then the exuberance and boundless energy of Rabinowitz. Tracey Saunders reviews

Stage: Alan Committie nails it

He’s an ace at alliteration and the loony linguistic lord of laughs and lampooning. Alan Committie is all Doom and doom this season

Ballet: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Live On

Artistic director Robin van Wyk, in conjunction with sound fundi Gerhard Huizinga, has trimmed Prokofiev’s superb score for Cape Town City Ballet

Stage: ‘Annie’ Wins Over the Hardest of Hearts

'Annie' is a family musical that is perfect for the holiday season, with world class performances, set, orchestra and costumes. Tracey Saunders reviews

Stage: ‘Whistle Stop’ weaves magic

‘Whistle Stop’ at the Baxter is a pure and delightful hour of theatrical enchantment, says Megan Furniss

Stage: ‘Love Me Tinder’ gets the laughs

If you’re in the mood for a night of impish humour with a giggly blonde, it’s a match. Carla Lever reviews 'Violet Online Rebooted'

Stage: Bad Jews at the Fugard

Bad Jews makes clashes over the Christmas turkey pale into insignificance. Karen Rutter reviews the show at the Fugard Theatre

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