Mon, Jun 17, 2019
Big Boys Don't Dance review

BIG BOYS DON’T DANCE REVIEW

Big Boys Don't Dance is silly and funny and an entirely suitable vehicle for Ash and Brad Searle to show off their smooth dance grooves
Macbeth review

MACBETH REVIEW

Macbeth is an amazing tone poem about the damaging effect of unbridled political ambition for the sake of power, says Theresa Smith
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
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
Contagious Theatre Silkworm

Silkworm review

Silkworm is magical theatre, and Taryn Bennett, and her unbelievable arms and hands need to be seen, says Megan Furniss
Kunene and the King review

KUNENE AND THE KING REVIEW

John Kani's Kunene and the King has already played in the UK with great success, and now comes to the Fugard. Karen Rutter reviews
Offbeat Broadway 5

Offbeat Broadway 5 – Behaving Badly review

Karen Rutter reviews Offbeat Broadway 5 - Behaving Badly at the Theatre on the Bay and says you'll never hear "Tomorrow" in the same way, after this ...

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
Here's your weekly theatre guide to what's on in Cape Town. UPDATED: 14 June 2019:  

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