Friday, April 19, 2019
Woza Albert! review

Woza Albert! review

Megan Furniss was transfixed, moved to tears, and brought to her feet in awe  – once again – she says in her Woza Albert! review
Richard III review

Richard III review

This is very much a play for our time - it's dark, it's brutal and it's sobering, says Karen Rutter in her Richard III review

Krotoa Review

A completely full house at Artscape’s Arena is testimony to there being a need and desire for this type of work, says Megan Furniss in her Krotoa review
An Extraordinarily Ordinary Life: Jervis Pennington

An Extraordinarily Ordinary Life: Review

An Extraordinarily Ordinary Life is uncomfortable, satisfying, brooding, poetic, delightful, mad and uncontained, raves Megan Furniss
Gate69 Ceri du Preez

Gate 69 treat

Gate69 offers a treat for just about all the senses, with fabby food and wine, great service and a line-up of shows for the year  
Educating Rita

Educating Rita review

This production of Educating Rita at the Masque Theatre brings out the poignancy, humour, romance and entertainment that the playwright intended

Sainthood review

Sainthood makes for a short, sharp theatrical intervention that is indeed entertaining, but also offers so much more, says Karen Rutter in her review


Music Diary Whats On!

Bonj doubles up on the Sam Smith Tour
What's totally hot and cooking on our Cape bandstands. UPDATED: 16 April, 2019

On The Boards

Stage: On the Boards

The Good, The Bad and the Fugly
Here's your weekly theatre guide to what's on in Cape Town. UPDATED: 12 April 2019:  

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