Sunday, February 24, 2019

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

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
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

Stage: Rob Van Vuuren does ‘Life’

Fecking hilarious and often outrageous, Rob van Vuuren struts his stuff at the Kalk Bay Theatre

Stage: ‘Hashtag Lottering’ a hit

Marc Lottering spins comedic gold from commonplace straw in his latest show. Karen Rutter reviews

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

Bandstand

Music Diary Whats On!

Nigeria's Asa will be at Bushfire 2019
What's totally hot and cooking on our Cape bandstands. UPDATED: 19 February, 2019

On The Boards

Stage: On the Boards

Into the Woods review
Here's your weekly theatre guide to what's on in Cape Town. UPDATED: 22 February 2019:  

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