Following the 2019 premiere at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Swan Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, Kunene and the King opened in Cape Town at the Fugard Theatre on 30 April 2019...
Terry Levin 6 May 2019
The South African production of the ever-popular award-winning Broadway and West End musical hit Chicago is currently razzle-dazzling at the Artscape in Cape Town till the 14 April, before shimmying on over to Montecasino's Teatro in Johannesburg from 20 April to 26 May 2019...
Ruth Cooper 22 Mar 2019
Award-winning and celebrated stand-up comedian, actor, writer and film director, Kagiso Lediga, took to the stage on Day 2...
Angie White 1 Mar 2019
Growing up in the apartheid era my experience had been mainly classical ballet and modern dance and I had seldom seen dancers of colour performing anything other than traditional dance...
Debbie Hathway 21 Jan 2019
Debbie Hathway reviews Langarm - produced and presented by Eric Abraham and The Fugard Theatre, written and directed by David Kramer, with musical arrangements by Charl-Johan Lingenfelder, and choreographed by Grant van Ster...
Debbie Hathway 24 Dec 2018
American actor and stand-up comedian Chris Tucker toured South Africa last week with his new comedy show. Juanita Pienaar attended the Cape Town event and shares what she enjoyed most...
Juanita Pienaar 14 Nov 2018
As a serial visitor to Nieu Bethesda and the Owl House, I have a more than a subjective interest in The Road to Mecca, the 1984 play by Athol Fugard, currently making its maiden performance at the iconic Cape Town theatre which bears his name.
Terry Levin 9 Apr 2018
Cape Town Opera is set to debut a new musical based on Tsotsi.
Eugene Yiga 1 Feb 2018
Cape Town comedian and Good Hope FM radio presenter, Dalin Oliver, is back with a brand new stand-up comedy show, Face for Radio, following the sold-out success of his début one-man show, I Came, I Taught, I Left...
Juanita Pienaar 1 Sep 2017
We got in touch with Artscape's CEO, Marlene le Roux to find out how the Youth Month Festival is progressing and how the arts can help uplift young communities.
Ruth Cooper 26 Jun 2017
If you are looking for world-class entertainment and a well-deserved break, escape to the quaint and cosy Showroom Theatre in Prince Albert in the heart of the Karoo where you can see Elvis Blue, Chris Chameleon, Emile Minnie, Three Tons of Fun and Blacksmith Band and Jenny & the Jameses during June and July.
Daniel Dercksen 5 Jun 2017
If there's one gateway to blissful showbiz, it's the super sumptuous and glamorous Gate 69, a cosy and intimate pleasure palace where Brendan van Rhyn's divine creation Cathy and the Trolley Dollies offers five-star entertainment.
Daniel Dercksen 10 Apr 2017
Maybe the title of this sitcom style play currently on at Cape Town's Fugard Theatre was meant to be deliberately provocative. Maybe the 33-year-old New York City based playwright Joshua Harmon really thinks the characters in the play he wrote in 2012 are irredeemably badass.
Terry Levin 19 Dec 2016
Daniel Dercksen shares a few thoughts with Paul du Toit, who crawls under the skin of Hedwig, one of the most unique and divine iconic characters to ever hit the musical stage in 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' at Gate 69 in Cape Town.
Daniel Dercksen 21 Sep 2016
Theatre buffs are in for a real treat with the screening of the Royal Court Theatre production of Martin McDonagh's sensational Hangmen at Cinema Nouveau. It is one of the best plays you will ever see...
Daniel Dercksen 13 Apr 2016
The second phase of a cultural exchange project between South Korea and Switzerland has ended with a sold-out dance season in Basel during the 15th anniversary year of Richard Wherlock's leadership of Ballett Theater Basel...
Debbie Hathway 12 Apr 2016
Marlo Minnaar's powerful one-hander Santa Gamka perfectly captures the heated passion of a young coloured man from the Karoo who sells his body and soul to survive.
Daniel Dercksen 5 Feb 2016