Look­ing for things to do in Cape Town? Alexan­der Upstairs is an inti­mate per­for­mance space com­pletely sep­a­rate from the bar area with a festival-style pro­gram­ming model fea­tur­ing drama, com­edy, cabaret, jazz, acoustic ses­sions, read­ings and more. We often sched­ule more than one per­for­mance per night so please check times care­fully when book­ing.
Official venue of the Cape Town Fringe

Alexan­der Bar is a par­tic­i­pat­ing venue of the first ever Cape Town Fringe run­ning from 25th Sep­tem­ber to 5th October

The King­mak­ers

Dark com­edy • Run­ning Time: 60 mins
Writ­ten and Directed by Louis Viljoen | Designed by Greg Karvel­las | Per­formed by Pierre Mal­herbe, Bren­don Daniels and Rebecca Makin-Taylor
Warn­ing: Explicit lan­guage
Face­book Event
The King­mak­ers fol­lows a group of opposition-party strate­gists as they attempt to place a neu­tral party mem­ber in con­tention for lead­er­ship. After an inter­nal power strug­gle leaves them out in the cold and on the fringes of the party, they come up with a plan to shape a seem­ingly ambition-less, but well-respected politi­cian into a leader. With the help of a ris­ing cor­po­ra­tion seek­ing polit­i­cal clout and pos­si­ble gov­ern­ment con­tracts, the stage is set for a mer­ci­less power grab and per­haps a chance at revenge.
This dark polit­i­cal com­edy is writ­ten and directed by Louis Viljoen, the award win­ning writer of the crit­i­cally acclaimed plays Champ and The Fron­tiers­men. It is set in the famil­iar world of skull­dug­gery, back­stab­bing, one-upmanship, dis­loy­alty, black­mail and prof­i­teer­ing, oth­er­wise known as South African pol­i­tics. Our three heroes spend their days mak­ing sure the sys­tem works for no one except the lucky few or the ones who can afford to do as they please. But after years of work­ing in the dark and the cold, finan­cially speak­ing, they con­spire to get some­thing for them­selves, whether it be gold or power. Never mind the body count.


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Wed 3rd Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Thu 4th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Thu 4th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Fri 5th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Sat 6th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Mon 8th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Tue 9th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Wed 10th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Thu 11th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Fri 12th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Sat 13th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online)

Min­nie and John­son in Stand Up Cabaret

Cabaret and Com­edy • Run­ning Time: 60 mins
Directed, per­formed and pre­sented by Emile Min­nie and God­frey Johnson
South African dar­lings of the cabaret stage, Emile Min­nie and God­frey John­son, will be join­ing forces and hands to bring you an evening of fun, humour and fab­u­lous songs.
Fleur du Cap win­ner God­frey John­son and SAMA award nom­i­nee Emile Min­nie will be per­form­ing rau­cous hits from the six­ties to the naugh­ties with just a piano, a clar­inet and a wine glass for per­cus­sion. Come and see these two cap­ti­vat­ing artists light up the stage with their humour and energy.
Songs include “Love is a stranger” by Eury­th­mics, “Hold­ing out for a hero” by Bon­nie Tyler and “Putting on the Ritz” by Irv­ing Berlin.
For that some­thing extra they will be doing African pop by the likes of The Click Song, as well as an Afrikaanse tre­f­fer or two.
Grab your hand­bag, your man purse or your moon­bag and make your way to the Min­nie and John­son show!
Leg­warm­ers optional.

“Bril­liantly, unashamedly self-aware and proud. This per­for­mance spans decades of music and gen­res, dip­ping into African pop and 1980s clas­sics, as well as fea­tur­ing Piaf and Brel. The hon­esty and joy in the per­for­mances on piano, clar­inet and vocals are astound­ing exam­ples of how the arts should be per­formed.”
Chelsea Haith, Gra­ham­stown Fes­ti­val Cue, June 2013.


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Fri 5th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online) Sat 6th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online)

Naked Girls Read­ing Cape Town presents Crash Course

Read­ing • Run­ning Time: 75 mins
Pro­duced by Kelly Smith | Read­ers: Cherry Lesque, Come­dia Wilde, Lyric­notic & Made­moi­selle Demi Monde
Warn­ing: Nudity | No under 18s
Face­book Event
What is Naked Girls Read­ing?

Naked Girls Read­ing is a nude lit­er­ary salon that takes place in twenty cities around the world and on five dif­fer­ent con­ti­nents
At each event, a small cast of beau­ti­ful ladies removes their cloth­ing (yes, all of it) and reads per­sonal selec­tions to an ador­ing audi­ence. It is enter­tain­ing, mag­i­cal, often funny, some­times heart wrench­ing and really very sexy.

Are the girls really naked?
Yes, we are.

Is the audi­ence naked?
No, they are not.

There’s some­thing beau­ti­ful, some­thing alto­gether more inti­mate, about a woman read­ing in the nude. It’s just that sim­ple.

More: http://nakedgirlsreading.com/press


Naked Girls Read­ing, called “appro­pri­ately racy” by Enter­tain­ment Weekly and “the best thing to hap­pen to books since they were put on tape…” by Car­son Daly, was founded in Chicago in March of 2009 by Inter­na­tional Show­girl Michelle L’Amour and hus­band Franky Vivid.


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Sat 6th Sep 3pm R150 (R130 online): Hurry! Only 18 tick­ets left!

The Kreutzer Sonata

Drama | Solo per­for­mance • Run­ning Time: 85 mins
Directed by Clare Stop­ford | Adapted & per­formed by Nicky Rebelo | Based on Leo Tolstoy’s The Kreutzer Sonata | Light­ing design Paul Abrams | Pre­sented with the kind assis­tance of Artscape
The Kreutzer Sonata adapted from the 1889 novella by Leo Tol­stoy, which was inspired by Beethoven’s sonata for piano and vio­lin. On a train jour­ney from the coun­try to Moscow, Pos­d­nich­eff, a for­mer court offi­cial of the Zem­stvo, tells a grip­ping tale of love, lust, debauch­ery, mar­riage, jeal­ousy and mur­der. The show pre­miered on the main at the 2014 National Arts Fes­ti­val Gra­ham­stown as part of The Sea­son of Solo plays.
The Oscar Pis­to­rius and Shrien Dewani mur­der tri­als are shock­ing reminders that South Africa has a female homi­cide rate six times the global aver­age with half the women killed by an inti­mate part­ner. Tol­stoy, widely con­sid­ered as one of the worlds great­est nov­el­ists, gives a star­tling insight into the psy­chol­ogy behind the facade of love and lust of men.



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Tue 9th Sep 9pm R100 (R90 online): Hurry! Only 20 tick­ets left! Mon 15th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Tue 16th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Wed 17th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Thu 18th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Fri 19th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online) Sat 20th Sep 7pm R100 (R90 online)

One Man and a Pack of Cards

Sleight of hand • Run­ning Time: 60 mins
Stu­art Lightbody
Stuart’s been work­ing on some cut­ting edge “just might be crazy enough to work” card magic, and needs a spot to try out his lat­est inven­tions. But don’t worry, these new demon­stra­tions of sleight of hand and psy­chol­ogy will be mixed in with some of his favourite pieces from his last 6 one man shows. The result will be an evening that is guar­an­teed to enter­tain, at half the price of his reg­u­lar show!



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Wed 10th Sep 9pm R60 (R45 online): Hurry! Only 13 tick­ets left!

Lau­rie Levine

Con­tem­po­rary Folk • Run­ning Time: 60 mins
Lau­rie Levine
Lau­rie Levine is a singer-songwriter carv­ing out an orig­i­nal niche in con­tem­po­rary folk music. Her excit­ing blend of Amer­i­can roots music and the ‘Nu-Folk’ sound has earned her crit­i­cal acclaim at home and abroad. She has earned mul­ti­ple SAMA nom­i­na­tions, won two Stan­dard Bank Ova­tion Awards and has toured the UK with an inter­na­tional release of her album ‘Six Win­ters’. Her unique voice com­bined with her poetic and rich sto­ry­telling make her an artist of real power – melo­di­ous, soul­ful and cap­ti­vat­ing. Catch her solo show at the Alexan­der Upstairs the­atre, up close and unplugged.
As her fans know well, Levine’s gift lies in her abil­ity to draw on the deep roots of folk music, and mix it in with a myr­iad of other influ­ences, includ­ing from America’s Appalachia region and her native South Africa. With the acoustic gui­tar as her main instru­ment, her record­ings see Levine – and a host of superb musi­cians – deploy an array of instru­ments (pedal steel, dobro, banjo, man­dolin, har­mon­ica, strings) that add the kind of atmos­phere and lay­ers that pro­pel her songs out of sim­ple singer-songwriter territory.





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Thu 11th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online)

BLVD Queen: The crown­ing of Daphne Tuesday

Music per­for­mance • Run­ning Time: 60 mins
Per­formed by Daphne Tues­day | Pro­duced by Green­back Events
BLVD Queen is an inti­mate solo show per­formed by Daphne Tues­day. Daphne Tues­day is an alter­na­tive pop singer/ song­writer from Cape Town; her sound con­sists of melan­cholic melodies lay­ered on top of hip– hop beats influ­enced by Lana Del Rey, Flo­rence and the Machine, Drake and The Week­end. Her lyri­cal con­tent com­bined with emo­tive vocal range talks about her love for 60’s pop cul­ture and the life and times of a 20something year old. Her writ­ing is influ­enced by the mys­tery and gen­eral “weird­ness” of Coco Rosie and the beau­ti­fully sad and roman­tic imagery of Lana Del Rey, Sylvia Plath, Azelia Banks, Ernest Hem­ming­way and Etta James.
Born and bred in Cape Town, South Africa, Daphne’s pas­sion for writ­ing started at a very young age through her mother’s encour­age­ment to keep a diary. It was there where her thoughts blos­somed into short sto­ries and poetry. She started singing late in her high school career and after doing her first solo gig at a school con­cert, she knew that singing was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Her dream became more of a real­ity in Uni­ver­sity where she got the oppor­tu­nity to work
with amaz­ing and tal­ented musi­cians, pro­duc­ers and writ­ers. Through her par­ents, who worked tire­lessly to give her the best edu­ca­tion pos­si­ble and the many peo­ple she’s been for­tu­nate to work with, she has become the singer/songwriter that she is today. After many tribu­la­tions with record labels, Daphne, along with her man­ager, made a con­scious deci­sion to start an inde­pen­dent career, where she can express her­self and exper­i­ment freely, as an artist, within her craft and incor­po­rate all art forms into her music.


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Fri 12th Sep 9pm R70 (R60 online)

After Dark — a bur­lesque story

Bur­lesque The­atre Show • Run­ning Time: 60 mins
Writ­ten & Directed by Sap­phire Supreme, St. Fox & Diva Dis­as­tar | Pro­duced by Black Orchid Bur­lesque | Star­ring: The Black Orchids, Diva Dis­as­tar, Miss B.have, Bon Bon & Dear James | Hosted by Tony Shine, our brave nar­ra­tor
Warn­ing: Mature audi­ences only — no under 18s please!
Face­book Event
As the sun goes down, so do the inhi­bi­tions of our favourite Bur­lesque beau­ties!

Black Orchid Bur­lesque invites you to embark on a tale of mys­tery and intrigue with all the raz­zle and daz­zle of the the­atre. Think femme fatales wrapped up del­i­cately in glam­our, silk and stock­ings, using their weapons of mass dis­trac­tion to enter­tain and excite you!

We dare you to take a walk on the wild side… after all, the best things hap­pen After Dark!
Enjoy the opu­lence and arrest­ing sophis­ti­ca­tion of these beau­teous ladies of bur­lesque, as they play­fully tease and tit­il­late you. Fea­tur­ing every­thing from extrav­a­gant feather fan shows to giant feather boas, this show is packed full of classy cabaret acts. Join us as we cel­e­brate the golden age of vin­tage bur­lesque by pay­ing homage to the iconic props strate­gi­cally used to beguile and bewitch audi­ences across the decades.


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Sat 13th Sep 9pm: Sorry, sold out

The Epicene Butcher

Sto­ry­telling • Run­ning Time: 50 mins
Directed by John Tren­gove, writ­ten by Gwydion Beynon, star­ring Jemma Kahn & Dylan Esbach as ‘Chalk Girl’. Illus­tra­tions by Jemma Kahn, Car­los Amato & Gwydion Beynon

A cult hit across the globe, The Epicene Butcher and Other Sto­ries for Con­sent­ing Adults returns to Cape Town. Come and see the deploy­ment of a 12th Cen­tury Japan­ese Bud­dhist story-telling tra­di­tion known as kamishibai to tell 7 star­tling pop sto­ries. The show is a mash-up of manga, sex, gothic hor­ror and main­stream pop­u­lar cul­ture using hand-drawn illus­tra­tions and lus­cious narration.

The Epicene Butcher has to date received:
A Sil­ver Ova­tion Award, NAF Gra­ham­stown 2012
Crit­ics’ Choice & Audi­ence Favourite, Fringe Ams­ter­dam 2012
Best New Script & Audi­ence Favourite, Musho! The­atre Fes­ti­val
**** The Her­ald (Edin­burgh Fringe)
**** The List (Edin­burgh Fringe)
**** Broad­way­baby
**** Broad­way World

Jemma Kahn is bril­liant. I came away with my mind slightly blown.’ Annie Lennox, who saw the show at Alexan­der Bar!


Jemma Kahn was selected as one of M&G’s Top 200 Young South Africans in 2013 and as one of AfriPOP’s Top 5 Women to Watch in SA Theatre.




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Mon 15th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online) Tue 16th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online) Wed 17th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online) Thu 18th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online) Fri 19th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online) Sat 20th Sep 9pm R90 (R80 online)

Wish you were (t)here

Per­for­mance Poetry and Sto­ry­telling • Run­ning Time: 50 mins
Writ­ten and per­formed by Dinah Eppel Directed by Tossie van Ton­der aka Nobonke
Cape Town Fringe
Please note book­ing for this show is through Cape Town Fringe and there­fore Florin points and dis­counts do not apply.
It is 1995. In the Cape town­ships, an inclu­sive, open­hearted, for­giv­ing, gen­er­ous spirit lies wait­ing. We have been invited to unite and build together. Dinah Eppel, extra­or­di­nary sto­ry­teller, enters this world and is embraced by our par­tic­u­larly indige­nous South African style of good man­ners. South Africa’s trans­for­ma­tion antic­i­pates com­mu­nity involve­ment in restruc­tur­ing and devel­op­ing the land we strug­gled for. Love and learn­ing begin. The show is for those of us who never knew, who have for­got­ten, who feel out of touch with our essence, and those of us who are will­ing to learn to be freely and enthu­si­as­ti­cally South African. Wish you were (t)here, a one-hander of excel­lence exudes spon­tane­ity and ambigu­ous hilar­ity – truly South African!



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Thu 25th Sep 4pm R70Fri 26th Sep 3pm R70Sat 27th Sep 1pm R70Sat 27th Sep 9:30pm R70Sun 28th Sep 6pm R70

The Fron­tiers­men

The­atre • Run­ning Time: 60 mins
Writ­ten by Louis Viljoen | Directed by Greg Karvel­las | Per­formed by Nicholas Paul­ing & Mark Elderkin
Warn­ing: 18+ L
Cape Town Fringe
Please note book­ing for this show is through Cape Town Fringe and there­fore Florin points and dis­counts do not apply.
In the com­pet­i­tive world of prop­erty devel­op­ment, two men go to extreme lengths to secure a lucra­tive real estate deal and to dig them­selves out of a finan­cial hole. As dark­ness begins to fall and para­noia sets in, they find their ideals chal­lenged, their moral­ity shaken and their blood-lust slowly increas­ing. The Fron­tiers­men is a dark tale about land, blood and good old South African greed.
The script, by award-winning writer Louis Viljoen, is fast-paced, pro­fane and unset­tling and is com­ple­mented by the direc­tion of acclaimed the­atre maker, Greg Karvel­las. Added to that is a pow­er­house team of actors: Nicholas Paul­ing and Mark Elderkin. The Fron­tiers­men will unnerve, agi­tate and entertain.



Book now by click­ing the but­ton of the per­for­mance you wish to attend:
Thu 25th Sep 6pm R90Fri 26th Sep 9:30pm R90Sat 27th Sep 3pm R90Sun 28th Sep 4pm R90Mon 29th Sep 6pm R90Tue 30th Sep 4pm R90Wed 1st Oct 10pm R90Thu 2nd Oct 4pm R90Fri 3rd Oct 10pm R90Sat 4th Oct 2pm R90

Lord of the Flings

Com­edy • Run­ning Time: 60 mins
Writ­ten & Per­formed by Andrew Simp­son
Cape Town Fringe
Please note book­ing for this show is through Cape Town Fringe and there­fore Florin points and dis­counts do not apply.
What do you get when you mix some of the great­est movies ever made with SA pol­i­tics? The Must-See Com­edy of the Cape Town Fringe, of course! This hilar­i­ous satir­i­cal par­ody spoof tells the story of South Africa through hit movies like “Lord of the Rings”, “Star Wars”, “Harry Pot­ter”, “Twi­light” and “The Matrix”. A young hob­bit from Lower Earth must become a Wiz­ard Jedi, destroy an evil ring of power and defeat the evil Darth Duma. This “pow­er­ful”, “inspir­ing” and “bril­liant” show is writ­ten and per­formed by Andrew Simp­son – the cre­ator of “Ghost Story” and “To Kill a Koeksister”.



Book now by click­ing the but­ton of the per­for­mance you wish to attend:
Thu 25th Sep 8pm R90Fri 26th Sep 7:30pm R90Sat 27th Sep 7:30pm R90Sun 28th Sep 2pm R90Mon 29th Sep 4pm R90Tue 30th Sep 10pm R90Wed 1st Oct 4pm R90Fri 3rd Oct 2pm R90Sat 4th Oct 10pm R90Sun 5th Oct 12pm R90

Live with Ivy

Per­for­mance Poetry and Sto­ry­telling • Run­ning Time: 80 mins
Per­formed by Nicholas Ellen­bo­gen & Claire Berlein
Cape Town Fringe
Please note book­ing for this show is through Cape Town Fringe and there­fore Florin points and dis­counts do not apply.
Star­ring the multi award-winning duo of Nicholas Ellen­bo­gen and Claire Berlein, Live With Ivy jour­neys from Nyasa­land (Malawi) in the 1950s to London’s West End in the 1980s. The Gar­rick fam­ily have been actors for gen­er­a­tions – but young Ivy is caught between choos­ing law or fol­low­ing in her uncle Rex’s foot­steps on the stage. This lyri­cal story gen­tly guides you down the lanes of African nos­tal­gia through the eyes of Ivy, who starts off as an inno­cent 11-year-old girl and fol­lows her through the most mem­o­rable sea­sons of her life.



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Fri 26th Sep 5pm R100Sat 27th Sep 5pm R100Sun 28th Sep 8pm R100Mon 29th Sep 8pm R100

Happy Days

The­atre • Run­ning Time: 50 mins
by Samuel Beck­ett | Directed by Zena Wood
Cape Town Fringe
Please note book­ing for this show is through Cape Town Fringe and there­fore Florin points and dis­counts do not apply.
Happy Days, by absur­dist play­wright Samuel Beck­ett, deals with our attempts to ward off exis­ten­tial iso­la­tion by end­less chat­ter and rit­u­als. Direc­tor, Zena Wood, adds visual stim­u­la­tion to the expe­ri­ence of iso­lated entrap­ment which the char­ac­ter, Win­nie, expe­ri­ences with a visu­ally smoth­er­ing dress. Win­nie rep­re­sents the colo­nial woman in a patri­ar­chal, con­ser­v­a­tive South African cul­ture. In our multi-lingual, multi-cultural coun­try we are try­ing to com­mu­ni­cate through bar­ri­ers. Words fail. Active lis­ten­ing becomes dif­fi­cult and lone­li­ness and con­fu­sion is expe­ri­enced within our own cul­ture and iden­tity as we try to pass the time ami­ca­bly until our own mor­tal­ity merges into reality



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Tue 30th Sep 8pm R80Wed 1st Oct 2pm R80Thu 2nd Oct 10pm R80Fri 3rd Oct 8pm R80Sun 5th Oct 4pm R80

Cre­at­ing The­atre with your stories

The­atre • Run­ning Time: 65 mins
Pre­sented by Bon­fire The­atre
Cape Town Fringe
Please note book­ing for this show is through Cape Town Fringe and there­fore Florin points and dis­counts do not apply.
What is the story you are burn­ing tell? It’s through shar­ing our every­day sto­ries, no mat­ter what they are, that we ignite the pos­si­bil­i­ties con­tained within sto­ries: the poten­tial to learn, grow and be trans­formed by our expe­ri­ences or those of some­one else and to expe­ri­ence the inter­con­nect­ed­ness of us all and our shared human­ity. Our actors and musi­cians will take this snap­shot of your life – the inspi­ra­tional, painful, happy, and sad or any­thing in between – and we will trans­form it imme­di­ately into live the­atre. In this way, each person’s unique­ness is hon­oured while at the same time con­nec­tions between us as a com­mu­nity of peo­ple are strength­ened and affirmed. Come and tell YOUR story, or hear oth­ers tell theirs, around our BONFIRE this CT Fringe Festival



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Thu 2nd Oct 12pm R90Thu 2nd Oct 8pm R90Fri 3rd Oct 12pm R90Sat 4th Oct 4pm R90
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Today (Wednes­day)

The King­mak­ers
Dark com­edy
7pm


Tomor­row (Thursday)

The King­mak­ers
Dark com­edy
7pm 7pm


This Fri­day

The King­mak­ers
Dark com­edy
5 Sep 7pm

Min­nie and John­son in Stand Up Cabaret
Cabaret and Com­edy
5 Sep 9pm


This Sat­ur­day

The King­mak­ers
Dark com­edy
6 Sep 7pm

Min­nie and John­son in Stand Up Cabaret
Cabaret and Com­edy
6 Sep 9pm

Naked Girls Read­ing Cape Town presents Crash Course
Read­ing
6 Sep 3pm


This Mon­day

The King­mak­ers
Dark com­edy
8 Sep 7pm


Sep­tem­ber

The King­mak­ers
Dark com­edy
Tue 9 7pm
Wed 10 7pm
Thu 11 7pm
Fri 12 7pm
Sat 13 7pm

The Kreutzer Sonata
Drama | Solo per­for­mance
Tue 9 9pm
Mon 15 7pm
Tue 16 7pm
Wed 17 7pm
Thu 18 7pm
Fri 19 7pm
Sat 20 7pm

One Man and a Pack of Cards
Sleight of hand
Wed 10 9pm

Lau­rie Levine
Con­tem­po­rary Folk
Thu 11 9pm

BLVD Queen: The crown­ing of Daphne Tues­day
Music per­for­mance
Fri 12 9pm

After Dark — a bur­lesque story
Bur­lesque The­atre Show
Sat 13 9pm

The Epicene Butcher
Sto­ry­telling
Mon 15 9pm
Tue 16 9pm
Wed 17 9pm
Thu 18 9pm
Fri 19 9pm
Sat 20 9pm

Wish you were (t)here
Per­for­mance Poetry and Sto­ry­telling
Thu 25 4pm
Fri 26 3pm
Sat 27 1pm 9pm
Sun 28 6pm

The Fron­tiers­men
The­atre
Thu 25 6pm
Fri 26 9pm
Sat 27 3pm
Sun 28 4pm
Mon 29 6pm
Tue 30 4pm

Lord of the Flings
Com­edy
Thu 25 8pm
Fri 26 7pm
Sat 27 7pm
Sun 28 2pm
Mon 29 4pm
Tue 30 10pm

Live with Ivy
Per­for­mance Poetry and Sto­ry­telling
Fri 26 5pm
Sat 27 5pm
Sun 28 8pm
Mon 29 8pm

Happy Days
The­atre
Tue 30 8pm


Octo­ber

The Fron­tiers­men
The­atre
Wed 1 10pm
Thu 2 4pm
Fri 3 10pm
Sat 4 2pm

Lord of the Flings
Com­edy
Wed 1 4pm
Fri 3 2pm
Sat 4 10pm
Sun 5 12pm

Happy Days
The­atre
Wed 1 2pm
Thu 2 10pm
Fri 3 8pm
Sun 5 4pm

Cre­at­ing The­atre with your sto­ries
The­atre
Thu 2 12pm 8pm
Fri 3 12pm
Sat 4 4pm


For enquiries please call 021.300.1652.
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