Jeannie D will be trying her hand at stand-up comedy in the new show,’ Famous Last Words’, on Comedy Central. Photo: Supplied
WHAT do TV presenters Jeannie D and Khanyi Mbau, rapper and Idols SA host ProVerb; celebrity chef and MasterChef SA judge Benny Masekwameng; media personalities Kuli Roberts and John Robbie; Isidingo star Robert Whitehead and former Bafana Bafana player Mark Williams have in common?
They are all about to become stand-up comedians in Comedy Central’s new show Famous Last Words, which debuts on DStv channel 122 on Monday, August 14, at 9 pm. Continue reading
Joey Rasdien will headline Savanna Durban Comedy Week, which runs from July 26 to 29. Photo: Supplied
LIFE can be all too serious, so why not enjoy some comedic relief courtesy of a mix of Durban and South Africa’s best funnymen – and women. Continue reading
DURBAN-BORN comedian, Prev Reddy, will be hosting a one-night-only stand-up show at the Seabrooke’s Theatre at Durban High School on Saturday, July 15. Continue reading
John Vlismas. Photo: Supplied
Aaron McIlroy: Photo: Val Adamson
Join John Vlismas, Aaron McIlroy and Jem Atkins in An Evening of Chemody at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre at the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Howard College campus at 7.30pm on Monday, June 26 and help raise funds for theatre legend, Themi Venturas’ medical expenses. Continue reading
The cast from Dingalings Productions is at it again. In their hilarious new show One for the Road, to be staged at Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre this month, the guys are on the way to a gig when their car breaks down.
While waiting for “roadside” assistance, they get up to their usual antics, relaying nostalgic stories and performing toe-tapping hits from yesteryear. Continue reading
Carvin H Goldstone
TO celebrate 10 years of comedy, Durban-based comedian Carvin H Goldstone will be staging his Best of Carvin H Goldstone Encore Show at Krakatoa, Sibaya Casino, at 6pm from December 21 to 23 December. Continue reading
Comedy lovers can kick off their holiday season with the hilarities of some of South Africa’s most favourite comedians. Join Riaad Moosa & Friends as they take laughter to the next level on December 10 at the Durban ICC. Continue reading
Ulwembu, a play which examines the Whoonga drug problem in KwaZulu-Natal, won five prizes at the Mercury Durban Theatre Awards. Photo: File
ULWEMBU, a play which tackles the serious consequences of the Whoonga (low grade heroin) drug problem in Durban, was one of the big winners at this year’s Mercury Durban Theatre Awards.
Over the course of 2015, award-winning playwright and director Neil Coppen (Tin Bucket Drum, Tree Boy, Abnormal Loads and Animal Farm), actress Mpume Mtombeni, KwaMashu-based community-theatre group, The Big Brotherhood, and educational sociologist, Dylan McGarry, set about exploring the crisis.
The result of the two-year research/play-making process was a powerful new theatre production, which gave audiences the opportunity to walk in the shoes of users, dealers, police officers, social-workers and parents of drug users. Continue reading
The Karou Charou (Beauty and da Charou with Beauty Ramapelepele and Kama Sutra 1 and 2), brings his latest production, Hot & Spicy to Wild Coast Sun on November 13. Continue reading
Known for producing hilarious, nostalgic comedy, Dingalings Productions brings a brand new show to Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre in November, 50 Ways to Lose Your Lover.