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
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
“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
LOOKING for something to do with the kids this weekend? Then why not head down to the Hilton Arts Festival to catch shows aimed at the little ones. Continue reading
If you want your funnybone well and truly tickled then make sure you head to the Hulton Arts Festival at Hilton College from September 16 to 18. Continue reading
ACTORS, dancers, musicians and artists from across the country will be heading to Hilton College from September 16 to 18 for the 24th the Hilton Arts Festival. Continue reading
Many of South Africa’s foremost performers, producers, directors and choreographers are returning to the stage where they were first noticed – the National Arts Festival’s Fringe – to take advantage of the opportunity to experiment with their craft and be part of the unmatched energy and camaraderie it generates. Continue reading
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
The popularity of Grahamstown’s National Arts Festival has been reaffirmed with the release of this year’s attendance figures, which show a “significant” increase in attendance in 2015. This increase comes despite expectations that attendance might flatten after last year’s bumper 40th birthday programme. Continue reading