Catch comedian Troy Tesla in Cape Town

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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

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Don’t miss Rob van Vuuren at Michaelhouse

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Rob van Vuuren.

ENJOY the Best of Rob van Vuuren and friends! at the Schlesinger Theatre at Michaelhouse in Balgo2wan at 7.30 pm on Thursday, October 12.

Maritzburg College old boy, Van Vuuren, will be joined on stage by Durbanites, Neil Green and Troy Tesla. Continue reading

Celebs and comics team up for Comedy Central’s new show, ‘Famous Last Words’

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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

Jack Parow writes theme song for new South African film, ‘Van der Merwe’

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Jack Parow. Photo: Allister Christie

“He might make mistakes, maar hy bly altyd great… and remember my friend, not all heroes wear capes…” is just one of the catchy lyrics taken from Jack Parow’s new hit, Super Van, which was created to be the theme song for the hilarious new movie, Van Der Merwe, set to open at cinemas nationwide in July. Continue reading

ASSITEJ SA doubles number of shows at the National Arts Festival 2016

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Rowin Munsamy and Shona Johnson star in The Fantastical Flea Circus.

The ASSITEJ Family Fare returns to National Arts Festival for the fifth consecutive year to bring to the festival unique, quality theatre for youth and young audiences.

With 20 productions under its umbrella this year, ASSITEJ SA has now more than doubled the number of shows on its bill since the first iteration of the venue in 2012 which had nine shows. Continue reading