Mon, Jun 17, 2019
The Deep Red Sea review

The Deep Red Sea review

The Deep Red Sea is an unusual, and very innovatively staged ode to love, loss, love again and loss again, says Karen Rutter
Flanders dance companies: Cape Town

Flanders dance companies: Cape Town

Two outstanding Flanders dance companies from Belgium will be performing in Cape Town, following KKNK and Market Theatre seasons
G7: Okwe-Bokhwe

G7: Okwe-Bokhwe with the Magnet Theatre

Multiple award-winning Magnet Theatre will present G7: Okwe-Bokhwe directed by Mandla Mbothwe and starring talented graduates
CTCB dance in the Prologue of Sleeping Beauty. Picture: Pat Bromilow-Downing

CTCB 2019 Autumn/Winter Season

The upcoming Cape Town City Ballet 2019 season includes Amaranth and Sleeping Beauty, both featuring international guest artists
Dance for All Genesis

Dance for All Genesis

Dance for All will present their latest production, titled Genesis, which will feature DFA performers as well as guest artists
The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?

The Goat, or Who is Sylvia review

The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? is not easy to watch. But it's brilliant, challenging theatre, and it's even funny, says Karen Rutter
Ordinary Days at the Baxter

Ordinary Days at the Baxter

Andrew Gwon's hit musical Ordinary Days returns to the Baxter Flipside for a limited one-week-only season in May

Bandstand

Music Diary Whats On!

Mafikizolo are at Makhanda Festival

What's totally hot and cooking on our Cape bandstands. UPDATED: 10 June, 2019

On The Boards

Stage: On the Boards

Samson by Brett Bailey at the National Arts Festival
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