The Underground Library – Reading

On Saturday night we did a reading of my new play ‘The Underground Library’ at Alexander Bar’s Upstairs Theatre (yes, the advantage of running a theatre is that I always have a venue when I need one). It was directed by Jason Potgieter and the readers were Faniswa Yisa, Sive Gubangxa, Richard September, Maggie Gericke,…

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Who’s Upstairs: Silas Miami

Silas Miami will be performing The New Abnormal, at Alexander Upstairs on the 22nd of September. Home town? Born and raised in Nairobi (also known as the greatest city in the world J ). Tell us a little more about your show? The long of it? We’re trying to incorporate different performance elements into this…

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Who’s Upstairs: Josie Field

Josie Field will be performing a live music set Josie Field Unplugged, at Alexander Upstairs on the 28th of August. Home town? Johannesburg Tell us a little more about your show? An intimate soulful performance from one of South Africa’s most versatile and experienced singer songwriters performing some of her best works, alongside her long-time producer and skillful guitarist…

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Who’s Upstairs: Brynn

Brynn will be performing a live music set Brynn Live @ Alexander Bar, at the Alexander Upstairs on the 31st of August. Home town? Originally from Auckland, New Zealand Tell us a little more about your show? Every show with Brynn is a beautiful experience for all of us, the band and the audience. I suppose the…

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Who’s Upstairs: Joanna Evans

Joanna Evans is the author of one of the short pieces for Anthology: Anti-matter, at the Alexander Upstairs from the 4th to 15th of August. Home town? Cape Town Tell us a little more about your show? When Jon asked me to write something for Anthology around the theme of anti-matter, I happened to be…

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Who’s Upstairs: Bryan Miles

Bryan Miles is performing  “Obsessions of a Thought Reader”, at Alexan­der Upstairs from the 9th to the 12th of September. Home town? Somerset West Tell us a little more about your show? From a young age I was always obsessed with taking things apart – I wanted to know HOW and WHY things work. This led…

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