WITH its mix of live music and vocals, gorgeous costumes and sensationally-sexy dancing, Burn The Floor, is currently the hottest ticket in town.
And this hugely-popular international franchise has plenty of local flavour thanks to singer, Lelo Ramasimong and her husband, Michael Ramasimong (better known by his stage name Mike Swaga), who plays the drums. Continue reading
FOR those of you who missed seeing Benny Bushwhacker — conservationist, environmental campaigner and the only man to have thrice walked the length of Africa barefoot — in Durban, then you had better make sure you book to see him at the Hilton Arts Festival this weekend. Continue reading
John Kani in MIssing. Photo: Oscar O’Ryan
HEAD down to the Artscape Theatre this weekend to watch John Kani’s play, Missing. The show is being staged at 7.30 pm on Thursday, May 12, Friday, May 13 and Saturday, May 14. Continue reading
Naledi award-winners Fiona Ramsay and Janna Ramos-Violante in Doubt.
VETERAN actress, Fiona Ramsay, made history on Tuesday, April, when she won the best lead performance in a play (female) for two different plays – Doubt and Miss Dietrich Regrets at the prestigious Naledi Theatre Awards at the Lyric Theatre in Gold Reef City, Johannesburg.
Her co-star in Doubt, Janna Ramos-Violante, won the best supporting actress award. She was one of several actors and companies with links to KwaZulu-Natal who enjoyed a great night at the awards ceremony. Continue reading
Zoleka Helesi, Janice Honeyman, Marty Kintu in Bangalory’s Back. Photo: Andrew Brown
Acclaimed director Janice Honeyman returns to the stage in her production of Bangalory’s Back this festive season at the Baxter Golden Arrow Studio, from December 9 to January 9 at 10 am and 12 noon, Tuesdays to Saturdays.
This charming and delightful show – ideally suited for children aged five to 12 – promises to be a highlight on the Cape Town theatre calendar this festive season. Continue reading