The multiple award-winning, Godfrey Johnson, will enchant you with a variety of colourful characters including the very “concerned”citizen Nugent and the hyper neurotic new age wonder woman, Juniper Jade, in his show, Johnson Unzipped, at the Rhumbelow Theatre, 42 Cunningham Road, Umbilo, Durban from July 1 to 3. Continue reading
Pieter-Dirk Uys. Photo: Robert A Hamblin
Nobody’s Died Laughing, a theatrical-action-documentary that celebrates the life and work of performing artist and activist Pieter-Dirk Uys, will have its world premiere at the 37th Durban International Film Festival on Sunday, June 19 at 6pm at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre. Continue reading
Grant Almirall in Singin’ in the Rain.
CAPE Town’s Baxter Theatre is hosting the 51st Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards from 6pm on Sunday, March 20. The Awards are presented for distinguished acting, directing, design and technical abilities in theatre. Continue reading
On February 11, 1966 District Six was declared a white group area. Over 60,000 people were relocated. A way of life was destroyed. Fifty years have passed and today hardly anything remains of what was once a thriving, densely populated, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural community.
The Fugard Theatre, located in District Six, is currently paying homage to what was once District Six – the place and its people – until May 22 in the show District Six – Kanala. Continue reading
Don’t miss David Kramer’s new musical, Orpheus in Africa, which is being staged aat the Fugard Theatre in Cape Town. The show’s world premiere limited season was sold out earlier this year. Continue reading