Music Performance • Running Time: 60 mins
Directed by Godfrey Johnson | Written and Performed by Chantal

A compelling new artist launches a powerful new album. Watch as Chantal – singer, songwriter and pianist – moves and entertains you with songs from her album ‘Scars’.  Every song comes from a deeply personal place, and the creation of the album is about the scars we all have and share in one form or another, whether internal or external; physical or emotional that encompass our human condition.  

For more detail regarding the album please visit Chantal’s website:

The title song of Chantal’s new Album ‘Scars’ was written just after Knysna experienced horrific fires last year. There was a lot of media coverage around the fire and its devastation, but several weeks later the reporting slowed and the story eventually vanished…but the people affected had not and Chantal wondered what they were still going through. The song itself speaks to the scars we all carry. Some are shared, others are highly personal, but we all put on a smile and carry on because life goes on.   

The show is directed by Godfrey Johnson.  With six-time Fleur du Cap nominations and numerous awards under his belt, Godfrey Johnson is one of South Africa’s leading performing artists, with a singular reputation as a Cabaret Artist, Composer, Writer and Director.  
In the Fleur Du Cap’s 2015 nominations, Johnson became the first South African artist to be included in the following three categories:
- Best Actor in a Musical
- Best Performer in a One-Person Show
- Best Composer.

Book for Scars by clicking this button:
Other shows...

Don’t forget to like us on facebook if you haven’t already.

Prefer to speak to a human? You can book by telephone on 021.300.1652. We might have to call you back if the bar is very busy.
Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, or by an adult with consent from a parent or guardian.
Seating is unreserved. All the seats are good seats but please arrive in good time to make sure you can sit together.
Also we unfortunately don’t have any wheelchair access to our theatre. There is 1 flight of steps.