Monday, May 20, 2019

Nouveau: National Theatre Live

From George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan to Ibsen’s masterpiece, Hedda Gabler, these NT LIve broadcasts secure you a front row seat

Stage: Trickery and misplaced identity

Geoffrey Hyland delivers an eclectic rendition of the Bard's 'Twelfth Night' with an exhilarating and fresh appeal. Tracey Saunders reviews

Interview: ‘Excuse not to pay for therapy’

Riaad Moosa wonders if things really do change at 40 with his new show, ‘Life Begins’, at the Baxter

Experimental: Live Theatre, Art

Diarise all the venues for The LIVE ART Festival 2017, which promises to be an immersive experience as it pushes the limits of the imagination

Review: Romeo and Juliet ballet

Robin van Wyk, Cape Town City Ballet’s artistic director, took a giant step mounting his own choreography onto Sergei Prokofiev’s brilliant ballet score

Stage: Mental illness in the spotlight

Dr Sean Baumann’s stirring cantata ‘Madness: Songs of Hope and Despair’ will be at the Baxter
The hapless trio of Sherlock Holmes and the curse of the Queen's Diamond.

Stage: Sherlock, but not as you know him

'Sherlock Holmes' at the Theatre on the Bay is an absurdist comedy which offers a healthy stock of silliness, says Tracey Saunders

Bandstand

Music Diary Whats On!

Dobet Gnahoré at Bushfire Festival 2019
What's totally hot and cooking on our Cape bandstands. UPDATED: 13 May, 2019

On The Boards

Stage: On the Boards

Sven Ruygrok interview
Here's your weekly theatre guide to what's on in Cape Town. UPDATED: 17 May 2019:  

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