Mthokozisi Zulu and James Cunningham. Photos: Val Adamson
Review: The Play That Goes Wrong at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, UKZN Durban
“THIS set is a f***ing death trap!” – Never have truer words been spoken by Trevor, the stage technician, played by Adam Dore, in KickStArt’s hilarious production ofThe Play that Goes Wrong. Continue reading
DURBAN musical theatre star Anthony Stonier is performing in his 20th adult pantomime over the festive season. Continue reading
Dame Donna Kebab (Bryan Hiles), Sinbad (Lyle Buxton) and Silly Billy Souvlaki (Graeme Wicks) get a lift from a feathered friend in Sinbad the Sailor. Photo: Val Adamson
ESTELLE SINKINS reviews KickStArt Theatre Company’s Sinbad the Sailor at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Durban
CAN you fall in love with a camel? The answer is a resounding ‘yes’ if it’s name is Dimple and its starring in KickStArt Theatre Company’s latest pantomime, Sinbad the Sailor.
FRESH from a successful exhibition at the Greendale Centre, members of the Howick Arts Society (HARTS), will be showing their work at the new St John’s Village Lifestyle Centre on the Karkloof Road in Howick in November and December.
The exhibition will be open from 9 am to 4.30 pm weekdays and from 9 am to 12.30 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Continue reading
WITH the end of the year fast approaching, Marcus and Margaret Kruger, of the Arusha Designs Art Gallery in Hilton, are keen to reflect on a good year for both artists and patrons.
Their latest exhibition, ‘Joyful Gratitude’, runs from Saturday, November 4 to Sunday, January 7. Continue reading
DURBAN singer-songwriter, Rowan Stuart, will be returning to the KZN Midlands for a picnic concert at Swissland Cheese, Lidgetton, on Sunday, November 5. Continue reading
DURBAN comedian Daryl Williams will stage his debut one-man show, Too Coloured?, at the Bat Centre in Durban’s small-craft harbour at 8 pm on November 3 and November 4, and at 3 pm on November 5. Continue reading
DURBAN comedian Troy Tesla will debut his provocative one-man show Whose LAND Is It Anyway at the Firemans Arms in Cape Town on November 14. Continue reading
AMERICAN author George Saunders has won the Man Booker Prize for 2017.
His novel Lincoln in the Bardo, beat off stiff competition from Emily Fridlund’s History of Wolves, Fiona Mozley’s Elmet, Paul Auster’s 4 3 2 1, Ali Smith’s Autumn and Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West. Continue reading
LA Belle Sauvage, the first book in Philip Pullman’s new trilogy of fantasy novels, The Book of Dust, went on sale on October 19, writes ESTELLE SINKINS. Continue reading