Who’s Upstairs: Richard White

Richard White will be performing in No Jazz Hands Allowed, on at Alexander Upstairs from 12-14 November. Home town? Cape Town Tell us a little more about your show? ‘No Jazz Hands Allowed’ is a concert series running over 3 nights with a completely new theme and set of songs for each night. The songs…

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Who’s Upstairs: Georgia Bailey

Georgia Bailey will be performing in No Jazz Hands Allowed, on at Alexander Upstairs from the 12th to 14th of November. Home town? Cape Town, South Africa

 Tell us a little more about your show? ‘No Jazz Hands Allowed’ is a three-day festival of contemporary written musical theatre songs which are not only technically challenging for…

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Who’s Upstairs: Stephen Jubber

Stephen Jubber will be performing in No Jazz Hands Allowed, created by Mixing Bowl productions, on at the Alexander Upstairs from 12 – 14 November. Home town? Cape Town Tell us a little more about your show? It’s unlike anything I’ve ever done. New musical theater. Songs you’ve never heard before that move from touching to funny to…

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Who’s Upstairs: Amy Campbell

Amy Campbell will be performing in No Jazz Hands Allowed, created by Mixing Bowl Producitons on at the Alexander Upstairs from 12-14 November. Home town? Cape Town, South Africa Tell us a little more about your show? ‘No Jazz Hands Allowed’ is a 3 night New Musical Theatre Festival that showcases the work of composers…

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Who’s Upstairs: Keenan Oliphant

Keenan Oliphant is the director of No Jazz Hands Allowed, created by Mixing Bowl productions, on at the Alexander Upstairs from 12 – 14 November. Home town? Cape Town, South Africa Tell us a little more about your show? It’s a festival geared towards promoting New Musical Theatre works There are three nights with three different programmes consisting…

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Who’s upstairs: André Ballot

André Ballot is the director and co-writer for Mother City Sketch, on at the Alexander Upstairs from the 29th to 31st of October Home town? Pretoria Tell us a little more about your show?  A glorious medley of silly (and sometimes profound) comedy sketches. And what’s next on the cards for you? To keep pushing the boundaries…

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Who’s Upstairs: Tamith Hattingh

Tamith Hattingh is one of the performers in Mother City Sketch, on at the Alexander Upstairs from the 29th to 31st of October Home town? Born and bred in Pretoria, Current home in Cape town Tell us a little more about your show?  When a bunch of writers,performers and creatives get together to have some…

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Who’s Upstairs: Terence Makapan

Terence Makapan is the writer and director of Kinders van die wind which will be running at the Alexander Upstairs from the 19th to 24th of October. Home town?  Cape Town. I was born in Somerset Hospital. Tell us a little more about your show?  Kinders van die wind tells the story of two homeless youths who come…

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Who’s Upstairs: Nicky Schrire

Nicky Schrire is an award-winning vocalist and composer. She will be performing with Ariella Caira and Barry van Zyl at the Alexander Upstairs on the 15th of October. Home town? Born in London but grew up in Cape Town and proudly Capetonian. Tell us a little more about your show? I’ve been writing songs for the past…

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Some Assembly Required interviews Jannes Erasmus

Jason Potgieter interviews Gauteng-based writer and actor Jannes Erasmus about his critically acclaimed Smaarties (directed by Quintin Wils) and Still – running at the Cape Town Fringe until Sunday. Jason Potgieter is a performer, theatre-maker and educator. His company with Kim Kerfoot is Instant Arts Collective…

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