Congratulations to all the winners of the 2015 BroadwayWorld South Africa Awards especially Greg King and Stephen Stead of KickStArt Theatre Company, the gifted talent that is Neil Coppen and exceptional actress, Clare Mortimer. Continue reading
South African film Ayanda, which was acquired for distribution in the US, is now available in the US and Canada from on-demand Internet streaming media company Netflix through Ava Duvernay’s ARRAY Distribution. This follows the film’s successful US release on the theatrical arthouse circuit in the last quarter of 2015.
Locally, the film premiered on DSTV Box Office until 25 January. The DVD will be released in South Africa in February. Continue reading
A feast of authentic Durban-style comedy has been cooked up and is set to be served on comedy fans at the first ever Mixed Masala Comedy festival at Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre over the weekend of 22 and 23 January. Continue reading
The Barnyard Theatre Productions will be holding auditions for hopeful performers on Thursday, 4 February, at the Gateway venue.
Duck Chowles of The Barnyard Theatre Productions will be auditioning both male and female vocalists, as well as any musicians for future Barnyard productions. We ask that those auditioning are aged between 19 and 35, and are prepared to travel The Barnyard Theatre circuit nationally should it be required.
Performers are requested to be at The Barnyard Theatre at Gateway at 09h30 on the day to register, with the audition process beginning at 10h00. Singers are to prepare two songs, one of which one must be a rock song, and should bring backing tracks. Musicians are to bring their instruments.
For further queries, please contact Debbie Davidson on 083 776 7979, or the venue on 031 – 566 3045.
It’s summer and it’s steamy in Durban which means that it’s the perfect time to embrace the hot and sultry sounds of Latin America at The Barnyard Theatre at Gateway, from 2 February to 6 March.
La Vida has everything packaged into two hours of the contagious Latino vibe, from awesome dancers to the sexy vocalists and virtuoso musicians, and it sambas onto the stage delivering a wonderful mix of magic. Continue reading
THE Johannesburg International Mozart Festival kicks off this year with the Viennese New Year concerts taking place on Saturday 23 January and Sunday 24 January.
Exotic influences have made themselves felt in music throughout history. Drawing on the theme Fairy Tales from the Orient, the concerts will take us on a journey through the East, both near and far, with this wonderful programme including visits to Persia, Egypt, Hungary and many more! Continue reading
There are a number of new television shows starting on DStv next week. Here’s a sneak peak at what to expect. Continue reading
artSPACE durban was born out of a dream to explore the concept of space, by bringing artists and creatives together in a warehouse style space.
For over twelve years, the gallery at 3 Millar Road, Durban, has opened its doors as a much-loved art gallery and event venue, hosting hundreds of exhibitions, shows and seminars and attracting people from all walks of life.
This phase of artSPACE durban has come to an end, but Karen and Claus Bradtke are excited about the gallery’s future evolution. Continue reading
THE 19th Time of the Writer hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts at the University of KwaZulu-Natal invites South African high school pupils to submit their short stories for the annual Schools Short Story Competition by Friday, February 26. Continue reading
Tony Manero was king. In the 1970s disco era there were no bigger moves, no bigger sounds than those of John Travolta and Saturday Night Fever. The strutting, the energy, the suit, the hair, the music … nobody could do Tony Manero quite like Travolta…. right…..? Continue reading