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.

Storytelling / Kamishibai • Running Time: 70 mins
Directed by Lindiwe Matshikiza | Starring Jemma Kahn and Roberto Pombo | Written by Tertius Kapp, Rosa Lyster, Lebogang Mogashoa, Nicholas Spagnoletti, Louis Viljoen and Justin Oswald
Warning: Not suitable for the young or faint hearted.
7 Deadly Sins. 7 writers. stories. Jemma Kahn and her irreverent side-kick return in the eagerly anticipated sequel to the international cult hit The Epicene Butcher with stories that seduce the sinless and astonish the immoral. It’s unmissable and definitely not for children. Unless you are an awful parent.

"A completely unique and mindblowing experience" - Cue Online
Jemma is a theatre maker based in Johannesburg, South Africa. With a background in both fine art and theatre, Jemma concentrates on highly visual theatre, with particular interest in illustration and costume.  She is best known for her one-woman kamishibai show ‘The Epicene Butcher’, which launched in Johannesburg in 2012 before traveling the globe.   In 2014 Jemma was an artist in residnce at the Dutch Afrovibes festival. In 2015 she was one of the particpating artists at the Johannesburg Pavillion, Venice Biennale.  Her performance credits include the lead in Jane Taylor’s ‘After Cardenio’, commissioned by Harvard scholar Stephen Greenblatt and hosted by GIPCA, her acclaimed kamishibai production ‘The Epicene Butcher’ and it’s sequel ‘We Didn’t Come to Hell for the Croissants’ directed by Lindiwe Matshikiza and ‘Amateur Hour!’ directed by John Trengove which was awarded second place for Best Theatre production at Fringe World 2014.  

Roberto Pombo completed a four year Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dramatic Arts at the University of Witwatersrand in 2007. He has since furthered his studies graduating from the renowned Helikos International School of performance in Italy. In addition to creating and devising much of his own theatre work, he has featured in a number of commercials, and is currently working full time as a performer on a new motion capture animation series, “Silly Seasons”.  

Highly acclaimed actress and director, Lindiwe Matshikiza, graduated from Rhodes University with an Honours Degree in Drama.   As an actress, she has recently been seen on screen in the award winning South African Film, “Four Corners”, and on stage in the French co production- ‘SterCity’- which has toured the African continent in 2014. Her most recent directing credit, The Donkey Child, is a multimedia community theatre piece, which won major critical and audience acclaim.  

Writer, Louis Viljoen is a writer and director based in Cape Town. He has written several successful shows including ‘The Frontiersmen’ (2013) and ‘The Kingmakers’ (2014). In 2012 Viljoen’s play ‘Champ’ was awarded the Fleur Du Cap for Best New South African script. ‘Champ’ was performed as part of The South African Season at Edinburgh Fringe in 2013. His newest work, ‘The Pervert Laura’ was awarded two Fleur Du Caps awards, both for Emily Child's performance as lead actress and Louis Viljoen for Best new director.  

Writer  Tertius Kapp currently lectures in the Department of Afrikaans at Fort Hare University. Previously he lectured in the Department of Dutch and South African Studies at Adam Mickiecz University, Poznan, Poland. Kapp has won several awards for his play ‘Rooiland’ (Fluer Du Cap, Smeltkroes Prize, Fiesta awards) and ‘Oorsee’ (Smeltkroes Prize and Fiesta nominee), both published by Tafelberg.  

Rosa Lyster is a writer and PhD student living in Cape Town. Her Phd focuses on reading and censorship in Apartheid South Africa. Lyster’s essays and poetry have been published in various literary journals including Aerodrome, The Toast and Prufrock.

Nicholas Spagnoletti is a South African playwright and theatre producer. Author of the multiple award winning play London Road, he has more recently penned the highly successful Civil Parting.  

Lebogang Mogashoa was born in 1985 in Johannesburg. He grew up in a small village, then a bigger one, followed by an all-boys Catholic boarding school and finally a big move to Cape Town where he completed a Film and Media undergrad degree. He then headed to Korea to teach English where he started his story telling series “When we were nearly Young”, which developed a cult following. He returned to Johannesburg in 2013, and has been presenting the same story telling series at POPArt, where guests such as Yvonne Chaka Chaka have featured. 

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Book for We Didn't Come to Hell for the Croissants: Seven Deadly Stories for Consenting Adults by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
Tue 6th Dec 7pm R140 (R120 online): Hurry! Only 8 tickets left! Tue 6th Dec 9pm R140 (R120 online) Wed 7th Dec 7pm: Sorry, sold out Wed 7th Dec 9pm R140 (R120 online) Thu 8th Dec 7pm R160 (R140 online): Hurry! Only 4 tickets left! Thu 8th Dec 9pm R160 (R140 online) Fri 9th Dec 7pm R160 (R140 online): Hurry! Only 7 tickets left! Sat 10th Dec 7pm R160 (R140 online)

Quiz • Running Time: 90 mins
OMG Quiz Night has crash landed their trivia machine right into the belly of Alexander Bar. Every Wednesday the cosy chairs and tables of the bar get turned into your throne from which you will enter into a battle of the minds. But don't start googling general knowledge trivia answers just yet.... Among the 'what is the capital of...' this quiz has a plethora of hands-on, get-your-tastebuds-guessing, blind-fold-necessary questions. This is not just any games night, this is OMG QUIZ NIGHT AT ALEXANDER BAR. Minimum of 1 person per team (note: your name will automatically be entered as Han Solo) up to 6 players in a team. The game starts at 7:30pm sharp and finishes at 9:30pm

PS We take kindly to tweets and competitive slurs between teams.




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Wed 7th Dec 7:30pm: Sorry, sold out Wed 14th Dec 7:30pm R40 (R30 online): Hurry! Only 5 tickets left!

Photographic lecture and short film screening • Running Time: 60 mins
Presented by Roger Ballen
Join artist Roger Ballen, one of the most original image-makers of our times, as he takes us deep into his photographic psychodrama at the launch of his latest publication The Theatre of Apparitions (Thames & Hudson). The evening will include a presentation by Ballen titled The Theatre of the Mind, acclaimed when it was first presented in New York and Toronto in October 2016.  Ballen’s talk will be accompanied by a screening of his most recent short film Roger Ballen’s Theatre of Apparitions and will be followed by a signing of his new book. Light snacks will be provided.

Preorder a copy of Theatre of Apparitions when you reserve your ticket by selecting 'Pay Now' (R625) or reserve a seat at no charge by selecting 'Pay on collection'. Copies of the book will be available on the evening priced at R695.
Always seeking to push the boundaries of photographic practice Ballen has created an aesthetic and artistic vision unlike any other contemporary photographer. The Theatre of Apparitions is his ground breaking new monograph of timeless and innovative, earthly and otherworldly, images. 
Inspired by the sight of hand-drawn carvings on blacked-out windows in an abandoned women’s prison, Ballen started to experiment using different spray paints on glass and then ‘drawing on’ or removing the paint with a sharp object to let natural light through. The results are like prehistoric cave-paintings. Fossil-like facial forms and dismembered body parts coexist uncomfortably with vaporous, ghost-like shadows – these images have the capacity to shock, inspire, amuse and even elate viewers. 
With a career spanning over four decades, Ballen is best known for his psychologically powerful and masterfully composed images that exist in a space between painting, drawing, installation and photography. The Theatre of Apparitions is both a departure from his existing oeuvre and the culmination of his unique aesthetic linking image-making and theatrical performance. 

Roger Ballen is the recipient numerous awards, including ‘Photographer of the Year’ at Rencontres d’Arles in 2002 and ‘Photography Book of the Year’ for Outland at Photo España in 2001



Book for Roger Ballen's Theatre of the Mind Talk, Screening & Signing by clicking this button:
Sun 11 Dec 4PM R625.00 for ticket and discounted copy of book or select Pay Later for a ticket only (No Charge)

Comedy • Running Time: 55 mins
Directed by Megan Furniss | Starring Lynita Crofford | Based on blog posts from Violet Online
Will you be swiping right or left this festive season ? 
After a sold out run earlier his year Love Me Tinder - Violet Online Rebooted returns with more hilarious online adventures.
Single, sassy and super confident, Violet continues her search for the perfect online match, and love, and sex, and even love and sex. 
The delicious stories of Violet’s post divorce world include advice on Tinder, Texting and Botox. Fantasies about sex on airplanes and the dangers of dating too close to home!

Press & Reviews

  • Wed 20th Apr 2016 Blogs Review



Book for Love Me Tinder - Violet Online Rebooted by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
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Theatre • Running Time: 45 mins
Written and Directed by Louis Viljoen | Performed by Emma Kotze
Oh Baby, I’m a Wild One is a new character study by multiple award-winning playwright Louis Viljoen (The Pervert Laura, The Emissary), starring Emma Kotze (Salt, Reparation).

A young teacher arrives home from her sister’s wedding to an empty apartment, a bottle of wine and a pack of cigarettes. She has a story to tell, but doesn’t quite know where to begin. Does she start with the things the groom said to her while they were dancing or perhaps her efforts to quit smoking? Does she explain that her first year of teaching was not what she expected it to be? What she does not want to talk about is the shy boy who sat in the back of her class and knew something terrible about his favourite new teacher.
Louis Viljoen is a Cape Town based playwright and director. He has written and produced numerous plays including: The Bile Boys, The Frontiersmen, The Verbalists, Champ, Porno 88, The Kingmakers, The Pervert Laura, and The Emissary. He is one of the creators (along with playwrights Nicholas Spagnoletti and Jon Keevy) of the successful short-play initiative “Anthology” which has had four successful seasons at The Alexander Bar’s Upstairs Theatre. Viljoen has won Fleur Du Cap Theatre awards for Best New South African Script (Champ in 2013 and The Kingmakers in 2015). He was the recipient of the Rosalie van Der Gucht Best New Director award for his plays, The Kingmakers and The Pervert Laura. Viljoen is currently the Writer In Residence for The Fugard Theatre.

Emma Kotze completed her studies in Theatre and Performance at UCT in 2013, where she worked with director’s Christopher Weare, Luke Ellenbogen and Sandra Temmingh. Thereafter she was nominated for a 2014 Fleur Du Cap award for Most Promising Student. She made her professional theatre debut in the premier of Wynne Bredenkamp’s Salt at the 2014 National Arts Festival, which she reprised in 2015 and 2016. In 2015 she performed in In The Wings, produced by the Chaeli Campaign and directed by Philip Rademeyer. This production opened at the Muizenberg Ability Festival, where after it travelled to the National Arts Festival and continued a further tour of the Eastern Cape. In 2015 and 2016 she performed in The Incredible Journey, by Stefan Erasmus. 2016 also saw her starring in Bredenkamp’s Warrior Green which made its debut at the National Arts Festival. In addition, she is co-developer of an education program called Junior Geniuses, which specialises in using performance as medium to support science teaching on primary school level. She has worked alongside Tinarie van Wyk Loots, Antoinette Kellerman, David Minnaar, Cintaine Schutte and Stian Bam in a stop animation film based on N.P. van Wyk Louw's Raka, produced by Ysterfang Puppetry and Animation Company, which is set to premiere in 2017. Furthermore she has studied film acting under Bonni Rodini.




Book for Oh Baby, I'm a Wild One by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
Mon 12th Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online) Tue 13th Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online) Wed 14th Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online) Thu 15th Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online) Mon 19th Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online) Tue 20th Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online) Wed 21st Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online) Thu 22nd Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online) Fri 23rd Dec 9pm R100 (R90 online)

Motown | African | RnB • Running Time: 60 mins
Performed by Sthe Mfuphi | Michelle Thomas | Bulelwa Sakayi | Presented by Glenda Eberlein and Coast 2 Coast Management
3 Tons of Fun, who have been hailed over the past 9 years as South Africa's most loved all-girl group will be doing 3 shows only at the Alexander Bar. An evening of music and fun! From Brenda Fassie to Gloria Gaynor and Diana Ross, from Pharrell to Robin Thicke, there is a bit of everything!

Starring Saxy Sthe, Mysterious Michelle and Beautiful Bee ... the girls who have wowed audiences from Cape Town to Cairo, from Vietnam to Dubai and beyond! Larger than life! The perfect end-of-year treat!

3 Tons of Fun has emerged over the past 9 years as one of South Africa\'s most loved all-female groups. Based in Cape Town they are in great demand on the corporate circuit throughout South Africa and overseas. Most recently they have performed at functions for top companies including amongst others Telkom, FNB, Nedbank, Tourvest, Sanlam, Woolworths, KFC, Spar, Absa, The Exporters Club, Wimpy and the Golden Arrow Bus Company.
3 Tons of Fun regularly perform at many prestigious events at the Arabella Sheraton Hotel (Kleinmond), Shimmy Beach Club, Val de Vie, The One & Only Hotel, The Castle of Good Hope, The Crystal Towers Hotel, The Lanzerac Hotel and they often travel to entertain clients at Sun City, Gold Reef City, Sabi Sabi and Phinda. 3 Tons of Fun are just as popular overseas where they carry the South African flag high and wow international audiences and expats alike. In the past few years they have travelled to Switzerland, Togo, Zambia, Ghana, Seychelles, Indonesia, Nigeria, Dubai, Vietnam, Thailand, London, Bahrain and Mauritius. 

Most recently they were honoured to be asked to perform at the Pendooring Awards (2013), the Kirstenbosch Winter Season (2013), the Hermanus Whale Festival (2013) and the Gariepfees in Kimberley (2014). They enjoy giving back to charity and in the past year have performed pro bono for the Chris Burger Fund dinner (CTICC), the Christine Revell Children's Home fundraiser (CTICC), the Cape Times Big Walk and the uThando Charity Event at the City Hall. In between flying around the country they schedule public shows so that their hometown fans have time to reunite with them, and they can be seen at least twice a year at Café Roux – Noordhoek, The Caledon Hotel and The Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay. In 2013 they released their debut album entitled \'Larger than Life\' which has a collection of old favourites as well as three original songs written by Saxy Sthe herself. 

ABOUT THE GIRLS …

STHE MFUPHI (known as Saxy Sthe) was born and bred in Durban. Her prosperity is in Cape Town. She has been a passionate singer since birth. She started singing whilst she was still in her mother's womb but never considered her powerful and distinctive voice would take her places. She has only concentrated on her singing since she studied Jazz at the Natal Technikon. Her precious voice brought her to the public's attention when she started her own jazz band in 1998 called Sthe and friends. After she finished her diploma in light Jazz music (2002) she moved to Cape Town and has worked as a music teacher since. She has taught theory of music, voice, ensemble, improvisation, keyboards and ear training at Athlone Academy of music and Jazz Workshop. In 2007 she joined the larger than life ladies group 3 TONS OF FUN and that is where her popularity grew in leaps and bounds as more and more people became dazzled by her voice. Her incredible voice has given her the opportunity to travel abroad and locally and to meet people all over the world. She is a very talented songwriter and penned three original songs for 3 Tons of Fun\'s debut album, 'Larger than Life'. A music video for her original song “Usibali” was released in 2014. Sthe also currently performs as a solo artiste and can be seen in the latest SPUR advert and has been a prelim judge for IDOLS for the past 5 years.

BULELWA SAKAYI (known as Beautiful Bee) was born and raised in the Eastern Cape's East London. As is widely known, for every South African, music has and continues to be a major way of expressing one's emotions. Bee moved from the Eastern Cape to study chemical engineering in Cape Town but this was not emotionally challenging for her. She then decided to go into performing arts. This is when she got her classical training, singing as a soloist in choral choirs and also joined an actor's agency. She has travelled internationally performing in a number of film productions of which her favourite was the Golden Bear winner UCarmen EKhayelitsha as Frasquita. She has also done a lot of Television and theatre work. She is the commercial queen of 3 Tons of Fun! Bee joined 3 Tons of Fun in 2007 where she adds her playful yet sexy flavour to the group. And this is where she feels at home!

MICHELLE THOMAS (known as Mysterious Michelle) was born in Cape Town. Her childhood memories are those of camping, laughter, fun and family get-togethers. Her favourite story was that of her father as a vocalist and drummer in a band called the "Shindigs”. Michelle thinks that the seed for her future was planted then already. Sadly her father died of a brain haemorrhage when she was 6 years old. It was the heaviest blow that she ever had to deal with! Michelle half-heartedly attempted a Bachelors Degree at UWC. She did exceptionally well with the least amount of effort, but her heart was not in it, so she dropped out in her 3rd year. Singing has always been Michelle's lifelong dream and in high school the school concerts were the platform to showcase her raw, untrained, but natural talent. Her first real stage performance was at the Baxter as a vocalist in a school initiative called "Music Active". After varsity Michelle worked in admin at a day hospital. Michelle joined 3 Tons of Fun in 2007 and a year later was forced to give up her day job to pursue her lifelong dream full-time. 



Book for 3 Tons of Fun by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
Fri 16th Dec 9pm: Sorry, sold out Sat 17th Dec 9pm: Sorry, sold out Sun 18th Dec 7pm R140 (R120 online): Hurry! Only 2 tickets left!

Sketch Comedy • Running Time: 50 mins
Written and directed by Jon Keevy | starring Kiroshan Naidoo & Kathleen Stephens | with costume by Merryn Carver | presented by Jack Hardcastle Productions
Warning: Outrageous, bawdy and dirty
The filthy mind behind the cult-hit Dirty Words is back at Alexander Bar with a sizzling new show. Mixing comedy and raunch with a dazzling disregard for politeness and moral hygiene, Jon Keevy serves up six scenes skewering sex and love. Mostly sex.  Whether it's bachelorette parties, misleading dating profiles, loving yourself, or just good old fashioned homicide - Kat and Kiro have it uncovered.



Book for Single Minded by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
Mon 26th Dec 7pm R110 (R90 online) Tue 27th Dec 7pm R110 (R90 online) Wed 28th Dec 7pm R110 (R90 online) Thu 29th Dec 7pm R110 (R90 online) Fri 30th Dec 7pm R110 (R90 online) Sat 31st Dec 7pm R110 (R90 online) Mon 2nd Jan 7pm R110 (R90 online) Tue 3rd Jan 7pm R110 (R90 online) Wed 4th Jan 7pm R110 (R90 online) Thu 5th Jan 7pm R110 (R90 online) Sat 7th Jan 7pm R110 (R90 online)

Cabaret • Running Time: 60 mins
Songs and stories written and performed by Daneel van der Walt | Accompanied by David Lubbe | Directed by Nicholas Spagnoletti | Dress by Deeva Merwe from Merwe Mode | Original musical direction Roelof Colyn | Original direction Jason Potgieter
The Den is a cabaret bar at the end of the world that's always been plagued by the inevitability of being shut down and resident act, Dani and Leo, are giving their final performance at this little dive they've come to call home. To celebrate and mourn this Dani and Leo have put together a special set for you, an armoury of gutsy, sad and blisteringly funny blues songs and stories. Catch them before they're gone and The Den is no more.

Winner of a Standard Bank Ovation Award 2016

"Cabaret as it was meant to be... sets the gold standard for this trickiest of theatre genres... " - Broadway World
"Would be heartbreaking if it wasn't so touchingly funny" - Megan Furniss
"Absolutely breathtaking" - Cue, 2016
On New Years Eve join Dani and her Lion companion in saying 'sod off, 2016' and 'Hellooooo 2017' for a special night of champagne, shenanigans, and shots.

Press & Reviews




Book for Dani and the Lion by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
Tue 27th Dec 9pm R120 (R100 online) Wed 28th Dec 9pm R120 (R100 online) Thu 29th Dec 9pm R120 (R100 online) Fri 30th Dec 9pm R120 (R100 online) New Years Eve Special R350.00 (R250.00 online) Sat 31st Dec 9pm Mon 2nd Jan 9pm R90 (R80 online) Tue 3rd Jan 9pm R90 (R80 online) Wed 4th Jan 9pm R120 (R100 online) Thu 5th Jan 9pm R120 (R100 online) Fri 6th Jan 9pm R120 (R100 online) Sat 7th Jan 9pm R120 (R100 online)

Folk/Rock • Running Time: 60 mins
Oddo Bam
Stellenbosch musician Oddo Bam is driven by a commitment towards creating thoughtful and meaningful music. He released his debut album, The Fox and the Furrow, in November 2016. The album tells the story of a man who wakes up in the morning and decides to sell all he has. It is the story of a pilgrimage.

See these songs performed by Oddo Bam and his band in an intimate setting and hear the stories behind these songs. You can join the Pilgrim's song.
Stellenbosch Musician Oddo Bam's peculiarly personal approach to fan-engagement has proven to be an effective one. His Crowdfunding campaign, which ran from August to October this year, saw more than R50 000 in pledges streaming in from loyal fans – all aimed at helping Oddo Bam create his long-awaited debut album – The Fox and the Furrow. 
Oddo Bam and his band recorded the The Fox and the Furrow at SUN Studios in Stellenbosch and released it on the 1st of November 2016.

The 12 songs on the album feature different styles but form a structured and coherent whole. Beautiful riffs delivered in clean-cutting guitar tones, as well as punchy and creative drumming are some of the standout features of the record. The lyrics all center on the theme of a pilgrimage.  

"This record tells the story of a man who wakes up in the morning and decides to sell all he has", Oddo says. "It's a story full of tracks, autumn leaves, fragrant soil and birds whistling migration songs."

Hearing an album live always adds additional thrills and remains a unique experience. The Pilgrimage continues with every chord strummed, and with every beating drum.



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Sun 29th Jan 7pm R80 (R70 online)

Comedy, education • Running Time: 80 mins
Written by Eve Ensler | Directed by Marlisa Doubell | Featuring Melissa Haiden, Shannyn Fourie, Lizanne Peters, Sive Gubangxa, Tamryn Speirs, Mikkie-dene Le Roux.
V-DAY 2016; An updated version of 'The Vagina Monologues.' The award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler's interviews with more than 200 women. With humour and grace, the piece celebrates women\'s sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. Sugar-daddy Theatre Company will donate all V-DAY proceeds to charity; Rape Crisis, MOSIAC & Saartjie Baartman.
World famous writer and activist, Eve Ensler, used her dynamic and powerful play 'The Vagina Monologues\' amongst other works, to start her grassroots campaign V-day. Bringing awareness to world issues pertaining to women, their most intimate truths, and specifically for this V-day, their vagina's! Some of the monologues are based on one woman’s personal story, some of the monologues are based on several women’s stories surrounding the same theme, and, a few times, a good idea becomes an outrageous one! The monologues lead to a celebration of women and a special sharing, at times bringing up painful moments but even the brutality is not without light. This play stands as a great contribution to women around the world. It helps us to peel back the layers and taboo’s around the female body in a way that we can relate to …with humour! A popular question, Eve Enlser, asks is, ‘If your vagina could talk, what would it say?’ 
(Men, are of course, still very much loved and most welcome!) 

*All profits go to charity: RAPE CRISIS, MOSIAC, Western Cape Network on Violence Against Women.



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Sun 12th Feb 7pm R90 (R80 online)
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OMG Quiz Night
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December


OMG Quiz Night
Quiz
Wed 14 at 7pm
Love Me Tinder - Violet Online Rebooted
Comedy
Mon 12 at 7pm
Tue 13 at 7pm
Wed 14 at 7pm
Thu 15 at 7pm
Fri 16 at 7pm
Sat 17 at 7pm
Mon 19 at 7pm
Tue 20 at 7pm
Wed 21 at 7pm
Thu 22 at 7pm
Fri 23 at 7pm
Sat 24 at 7pm
Oh Baby, I'm a Wild One
Theatre
Oh Baby, I’m a Wild One is a new character study by multiple award-winning playwright Louis ViljoenMon 12 at 9pm
Tue 13 at 9pm
Wed 14 at 9pm
Thu 15 at 9pm
Mon 19 at 9pm
Tue 20 at 9pm
Wed 21 at 9pm
Thu 22 at 9pm
Fri 23 at 9pm
3 Tons of Fun
Motown | African | RnB
Fri 16 at 9pm
Sat 17 at 9pm
Sun 18 at 7pm
Single Minded
Sketch Comedy
Mon 26 at 7pm
Tue 27 at 7pm
Wed 28 at 7pm
Thu 29 at 7pm
Fri 30 at 7pm
Sat 31 at 7pm
Dani and the Lion
Cabaret
Tue 27 at 9pm
Wed 28 at 9pm
Thu 29 at 9pm
Fri 30 at 9pm
Sat 31 at 9pm

This Sunday


Roger Ballen's Theatre of the Mind Talk, Screening & Signing
Photographic lecture and short film screening
11 Dec at 4pm

January 2017


Single Minded
Sketch Comedy
2 Mon 7pm at 7pm
3 Tue 7pm at 7pm
4 Wed 7pm at 7pm
5 Thu 7pm at 7pm
7 Sat 7pm at 7pm
Dani and the Lion
Cabaret
2 Mon 9pm at 9pm
3 Tue 9pm at 9pm
4 Wed 9pm at 9pm
5 Thu 9pm at 9pm
6 Fri 9pm at 9pm
7 Sat 9pm at 9pm
Oddo Bam Live
Folk/Rock
29 Sun 7pm at 7pm

February 2017


VDAY
Comedy, education
12 Sun 7pm at 7pm

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