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.

Cabaret & Satire • Running Time: 65 mins
Written and Performed by Godfrey Johnson and Nicholas McDiarmid

 Godfrey Johnson, joined by Nicholas McDiarmid, returns ‘Unzipped’* refreshed, renewed and a little reprised. First performed in 2016, Beverley Brommert (Cape Times Review) found  “Unzipping Godfrey Johnson proves a stimulating experience…” and discovered “the layered and complex personality of this artist: sentimental, profound, impish…bright with some dark places.” 

‘Cabaret Unzipped’ weaves the songs of Bowie, Brel, Amos, Weill and originals, with the satirical characters Juniper Jade (now joined by Sally Sky) and Nugent Stein joined by young Meubeltjie) into a witty, humane reflection of life today, powered by the personal, rather than the tribal; the meaningful rather than viral.

‘Cabaret Unzipped - Songs & Satire’ furthers the inventive weaving of song, caricature and satire into a narrative fabric of 2016s ‘Unzipped’ which the Cape Times observed: “Johnson switches seamlessly from tender pianissimo to full-throated fortissimo…Topical references are artfully included into familiar lyrics, taking sideswipes at Donald Trump and the Gupta family; these are subdued and subtle, making their impact all the greater for understatement.”

Two years later, and Trump has since won the US Presidency and…Zuma…the Guptas…Change has accelerated, and Johnson feels the need to Unzip again, only differently.

Come and find out how life feels through the lens of one of South Africa’s most established performers and musicians, when Godfrey Johnson (joined by Nicholas McDiarmid) presents ‘Cabaret Unzipped - Songs & Satire’  at the Alexander Bar from the 18th to the 21st of July, 19h00 hours. 

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Quiz • Running Time: 120 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. Please be aware that portions of the quiz will be filmed for use on Channel24.

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

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Workshop • Running Time: 300 mins
Presented by Blackboard Africa | Powered by Spree
Please RSVP directly with Event Organisers
Please note booking for this show is through Please RSVP directly with Event Organisers and therefore Florin points and discounts do not apply.

Blackboard Africa powered by Spree presents #PasstheBaton. The day will be a practical workshop to equip young Africans with the tools to action reform going forward, stimulate their creative conscious and develop tangible solutions for their communities. 

Conversation is a key starting point when defining the issue intended to be resolved. For Blackboard Africa, it’s time to strategise how we are going to conquer this race. We have for too long thought of life as a solo marathon, but the beauty of collective action is that you have a team to support you. Now we call on Africans around the country to unify and work together in this action of passing the baton. We each have our leg to complete to ensure we get this baton across the finish line.

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Quiz • Running Time: 120 mins

After last month's sell-out madness we are back to give you for the first time in Cape Town quiz history:
THE DAY TIME FRIENDS QUIZ:  The one where you're hungover by 8pm

Two hours of one-liners, Monica's OCD moments, and sing along moments with Phoebe.
There will be an act out round, so channel your inner ego and put Joey's acting to shame.
If you think that you know that they don't know what you know then book now before it sells out...again.
And remember, no more than 6 in a team. Do not be seven... SEVEN.....sevennn.

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Talkback • Running Time: 60 mins
Hosted by Sarafina Magazine

After a successful year of bringing womxn's stories to the forefront, Sarafina Magazine invites you to join the conversation. Inspired by The Hollywood Reporter’s Roundtables, Sarafina Magazine: Live will feature discussions with South Africa’s leading womxn artists and arts industry professionals. Sarafina Magazine founder, Candice Bernstein, will moderate the fourth installment of the bi-monthly talkback series which kicked off in January 2018. Audience members are encouraged to engage in the discussion through a Q&A session at the end of the talkback.

All funds raised from ticket sales will go towards ensuring the longevity and expansion of this vital womxn narrative-driven platform. The theme of the conversation and it's panel members will be announced shortly.

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Musical theatre • Running Time: 60 mins
Written and directed by Regina R. Malan | Music adapted and performed by Regina R. Malan | Presented by Mish Mash Media Productions

Mish Mash Media Productions presents another mini production called "Not Just Musicals".

Ellen has always loved living the life of a performer and can't see herself doing anything else. Well she can, however she does not want to. But when a series of events come into play and she is forced to face the unvarnished truth, everything changes. Now she needs to make the hardest decision she has ever made in her life. Conflicted and almost at her wits end, she ends up hurting everything she holds dear. The decision she ultimately makes affects her as an artist and the one she loves most for the rest of her life, in more ways than she could ever have imagined.

Regina obtained her BMus at Stellenbosch University, specialising in stage performance with Classical singing as her first instrument. While she has previously done Operas such as Le Nozze di Figaro and Dido and Aeneas, last year she starred in her first three plays, namely Macbeth, Design for Living and Jane Eyre, and first two musicals, The Full Monty at Grand West Casino and Shadows in Red Light, where she originated the lead role. In 2018 she made her Alexander Bar debut with Public City The Musical as singer, actor and musical director, starred in the LGBTQ show Because it's okay and is self-producing a few shows this year. Regina also does voice-over work, film, writes plays and composes music and is very pleased to bring the female version of Iago to life in the all female cast of Othello: A Woman's Story, this year. Keep an eye on this one. 

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Musical Comedy • Running Time: 60 mins
Directed by Nathalie Vijver | Written by Louise Newman | Performed by Lee van Der Merwe, Chané Otto and Louise Newman

After a sold out run, The Good the Bad and the Fugly are back by popular demand!

Inspired by true South African stories that seem too ridiculous to be true, The Good, The Bad and The Fugly explores social interactions behind the safety of our screens. Three women, three social media accounts and three times the drama. A tongue-in cheek musical comedy exposing all the hilarious consequences of online personas, strong opinions and bad behaviour. This production showcases the good, the bad and the downright ugly and gives us all an opportunity to laugh at ourselves. The Good, The Bad and The Fugly sets out to embody the complexities of being a South African in today’s social networking fiasco. #nofilter

Nathalie Vijver graduated from UCT with an Honours degree in Drama in 1999 and has been the Head of Drama at the Cape Academy of Performing Arts for the past 13 years, lecturing and directing students of the tertiary full-time course. She is also the Director of the Nathalie Vijver School of Drama which operates as a vocational day school at the CAPA Studios. She has directed CAPA Drama Productions, ‘Fight Sin’ (2007), ‘Kissing Frogs’ (2008/2009), Razor Tongue (2010), collaborated with the Cape Dance Company in 2010 to create the ‘The Devil’s Company’ for the Grahamstown National Arts Festival. More recently Nathalie Vijver has been co-directing with Debbie Turner in CAPA’s school productions, ‘Bittersweet’ (winner of Standard Bank Ovation award at the National Arts Festival in 2013),‘Between the Lines’ (2014) for the National Arts Festival and the Cape Town Fringe, ‘Jilted’ (2015), ‘Chasing Shadows’ (2016) and ‘Ellipses’ for the National Arts Festival and the Cape Town Fringe (2017). In 2016 Nathalie directed ‘Wait’ at the Alexander Bar which was written and performed by Raine Waring. Nathalie is resident Dramaturge for the Cape Dance Company and has worked with Jose Agudo on ‘A Thousand Shepherds’ (2016/2017) and with CAPA graduates Mthuthuzeli November and Lee van der Merwe on their new work ‘Sun, The Rite of Passage’ which premiered in November 2017 in the Cape Dance Company’s season at the Artscape Theatre. Louise Newman, a singer, song-writer, voice-over artist and performer in Cape Town, was a student from the ages of 5 to 19 at the Cape Academy of Performing Arts, receiving training in dance, drama and vocals. Thereafter Louise transferred to AFDA in order to focus on her career in music, where she graduated (Cum Laude) in 2016. Louise won the award for Best Music Performance at the AFDA Experimental Festival and Best Music Performance at the AFDA Graduation Festival in 2016. Louise was also awarded Top 3rd Year Music Student at AFDA in 2016, as well as Top 2nd Year Music Student at AFDA in 2015. Louise has performed in 'It Is What It is' (2017) at the AFDA theatre as well as 'Uncle Vanya' (2017) directed by Chris Weare. Louise has also performed in numerous productions at the Artscape Theatre as well as the Grahamstown National Arts Festival including ‘Bittersweet’ (2014) ‘Between The Lines’ (2014), both of which were directed by Debbie Turner and Nathalie Vijver. Lee van der Merwe graduated from the Cape Academy of Performing Arts full-time programme with distinction in 2016. During her studies, Lee performed in many CAPA productions at the National Grahamstown Arts Festival as well at the Artscape Theatre and Baxter Dance Festival. She then went on to write, produce and co-perform the physical theatre play, ‘Laced’ which, after a highly successful premier at the Alexander Bar, toured to the Grahamstown National Arts Festival in 2017. She has been a member of the Cape Dance Company for the past 6 years performing in numerous theatres and festivals around South Africa. Lee recently choreographed and performed a solo dance work in the Awaji Art Circus International Arts Festival, Japan, and then went on to perform in the pioneering, Fleur De Cap nominated, Immersive Theatre production, ‘Immortal’. Lee is currently performing in the Fugard Theatre’s production of ‘West Side Story’ at the Artscape Opera House. Chané Otto hails from sleepy Sedgefield on the Garden Route. Having started dancing at the tender age of 7, she was drawn to the bright lights of the Mother City in 2010, where she began to set about pursuing her lifelong performing dreams, taking up a course of study at the prestigious Cape Academy of Performing Arts. During her three years at CAPA, Chané performed various lead and ensemble roles in a range of dance and theatre productions at the Masque Theatre in Muizenburg, the Grahamstown National Arts Festival and at Artscape Theatre in Cape Town. Having graduated from CAPA with a distinction in the bag in 2012, Chané has appeared in a number of roles in children’s theatre with AREP:Theatre for Life, site-specific theatre with Yellow Glove Productions, TV commercials, local TV series (Die Byl - Kyknet) and musical theatre. Chané is also a voice over artist and enjoys exploring creative choreography.

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Unplugged/Live music • Running Time: 60 mins
Jules Terea

An intimate evening with the front-man of one of Cape Town's most exciting musical acts, BRYNN. The powerful and emotive vocalist will be performing material from the bands successful debut album, Querencia, as well as some never before heard solo compositions. All striped down and acoustic, for one night only.

South African/New Zealand singer songwriter Jules Terea has embarked on an international journey, taking his musical tales around the world. Having completed a successful tour of New Zealand, South Africa and Switzerland in November 2016, Terea returned with new ideas. Terea's extraordinary vocal ability and emotive caliber quickly captured the attention of many musicians and music enthusiasts around the country. BRYNN, the Alternative Rock band Terea formed in early 2017, was the birth of this, and at its core is a collaboration of some of South Africa's finest musicians, including David Van Vuuren ( Southern Wild), Alex Smilie (Southern Wild), Eddy Kriel and Hezron Chetty.


BRYNN burst onto the Cape Town music scene in 2017 and already have a fiercely loyal fan-base, and are attracting diverse crowds to every show they play. BRYNN has played main stage slots at festivals around the country, such as: Up the Creek, Smoking Dragon, Spark Festival and River Republic. In February 2018, BRYNN were hand picked by international rock legends, Incubus, to open for them at their Cape Town show during their South African tour. Immediately after this BRYNN embarked on a nationwide tour for their debut album Querencia. Their official launch event was hosted at The Mercury Live in Cape Town, featuring some of South Africa's finest acts such as Southern Wild, Crimson House and Hezron Chetty & The ZugZwang. Since it's release Querencia has received glowing reviews from newspapers and blogs across the country. 

BRYNN is set to tour the country and release new content throughout 2018. In their latest announcement, they revealed that they will be appearing on the main stage at one of South Africa's most loved festivals, OppiKoppi.

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Spokenword/Poetry and live music performance • Running Time: 120 mins
Curated by Kolawole Gbolahan | Tefo "Talking Drum" Mahola on drums | Riba Mwakusa on bass | Kagiso Noah Tshole on guitar | Ayandare Ajayi Bolaji on talking drum | Kolawole Cornelius Gbolahan as the talkative presence and on trumpet\percussion
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Sounds and Words as a poetic band creates a very conscious and intimate atmosphere, an artistic and spiritual ambiance which facilitates a deeper and higher level of communion with the audience. Our art speaks to audiences that cuts across different spectrum of class and race within the society. We strongly believe that we  carry a very positive message that  is worth sharing and engaging with.  The next event at the Alexander Bar, Cafe and Theatre which is scheduled for 19:00 on the 29th of July,  is going to be a communion of souls and a gathering of creatives. We cheerfully invite all humans to come support an intimate listening session with sounds to heal and words to commune. Expect an intimately emotive fusion of Afro-beat, Highlife, Jazz, Reggae and Soulful funk complementing the literary aesthetics of poetry and spoken word.

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Performance • Running Time: 60 mins
Directed by Andrew Roux | Written by Aimée Mica Ntuli & Lidija Marelic | Produced by Aimeé Mica Ntuli | Performed by Alistair Moulton Black, Rory Acton Burnell, Lamar Bonhomme and Aimeé Mica Ntuli
Warning: 16LSNV

1992 Bosnia, a bloody civil war begins. Cheers to Sarajevo tells the story of two lovers. A Bosnian Muslim and a Bosnian Serb. A love story. In the days of Yugoslavia their differing ethnicities was accepted as a norm in the cosmopolitan city of Sarajevo. Told through the lens of an ambitious South African conflict journalist who infiltrates their lives we follow the slow but steady decline of a lifelong friendship. Theirs is a story known to many Yugoslavs who were separated from one another and who turned on each other during a senseless war. It is a story known to people all over the world who are torn apart because of race, religion and the mass media that use war as their fodder.

Often by watching and telling stories of other people, you get to learn about yourself. How far was South Africa from a civil bloody war in the 90’s. How different is xenophobia from racism, nationalism, ethnocentricity. How easy would it be to turn on our brothers and sisters right now, 2018 in South Africa. In a world in which human suffering is rife, every opportunity to be reminded of what we share, who we are and our ability to hope should be grasped. War, hate & violence are themes that are perpetuated on the international news daily.

The power of theatre is to speak beyond the limitations of media, screens & prints. Story can epitomise the importance of compassion, forgiveness & love in a world that is submerged in fear, pain and discrimination. Stories can touch the hearts of the enemy and remind them that the man we kill is our brother, the women we rape is our mother and the children we maim, they are the future of our humanity.Cheers to Sarajevo is performed in the memory of Anné Mariè du Preez Bezdrob. A former United Nations political and information officer, award-winning political journalist and radio and television anchor.During the war in Bosnia she spent two years, from 1993 to 1995, in the capital Sarajevo as a member of the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR).

These performances are in an effort to raise money which will be given to a charity for the Rohingya refugee children. Further more, Theatre’s power is in the audiences knowledge that when the lights go down, for the how ever many hours, every person in that darkened room is going to share an experience that is entirely unique. No show will ever be exactly the same. This makes it truthful. The knowledge allows both the performers and the audience to create a bond founded on the fact that this experience is almost a secret that no one outside this room will ever be privy to. This intimacy, when harnessed can create a truly lasting emotional impression. it provides the opportunity to tap into our innate ability to empathise and sympathise with one another. This way, tales from what may seem to be a foreign land can suddenly feel like they are your own, and remind us of the simple fact that we all share the human condition.

Cheers to Sarajevo just returned from performing in Ottawa, Canada, opening up an international conference organized by the Central and Eastern European Studies Research Group in collaboration with the Research Group on Migration. University of Ottawa: 21st Century Reflections on Sexual Violence in Wars and its Transgenerational and Transnational Impact.

Alastair Moulton Black started a company called I Am Productions where he performed many shows both here and in The U.K. Sylvia's Ball won The Editor’s Choice Award at The Edinburgh Arts Festival. He was also part of The Globe Players Theatre Company in London performing many Shakespeare's including playing Romeo. Other performances include King Lear (Edgar) at The Arts Cape, Assassins at The New Space, Shakespeare's R&J at The Fugard, Sexual Perversity In Chicago at The Intimate and In the Playground at The Polka Theatre in London. Over the last few years Alistair's focus has been in Film and Television. But Cheers To Sarajevo is an exciting return to theatre, as he believes that the real magic happens on the stage.

Lamar studied at Wits University and is an actor of the stage and screen. His first love is film and to that end he’s acted in the following productions: Shuks Pay Back the Money; Hatchet Hour; Cain; The Crown; Sokhulu and Partners; Fluiters; High Rollers; The Wrong Mans; Ons Stories: Die Krag van Kristelle; and Mshika Shika. In 2013, he won the AMTC Shine Award for Best Actor. 

Rory Acton Burnell is an actor, writer, musician and voice artist. Since graduating in with a Licentiate diploma from Trinity college London he has worked in local and international film, television, and theatre. His credits include Woman In Love (BBC), Bluestone 42 (BBC), Black Sails (Starz) and Solo Flight with Vicky Kriepps. Cheers To Sarejevo marks his return to theatre after 5 years and he is very excited to be part of this important piece.

Aimée Ntuli is a 28 years old graduate from the University of Witwatersrand. She obtained her honours degree in Dramatic Arts majoring in performance and directing. She was also a member of the acclaimed Actors Centre for a year before its demise in 2008. Aimée has played lead roles both on stage and on screen. Some of her credits include: Romeo and Juliet, Othello, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Equus and Mshika-Shika. She recently played the role of Lola in Waiting for Jack at Auto and General theatre on the Square. She directed Ask Walter which she co- wrote with fiancé, film maker Zee Ntuli which was staged at Auto and General Theatre on the square . Aimée is also an accomplished writer and has had various produced scripts for Etv and Mzansi Magic.


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Live music downstairs • Running Time: 90 mins
Various Artists

The musicians have escaped from the theatre! Every Monday we'll be featuring live music downstairs in the bar for the pleasure of your ear canals. Kick back and enjoy bands and artists like Brynn, The Stone Jets, and Mischa Ruby. The line up will be revealed weekly so keep your ears ready.

30 July 8PM | Mac and Miller

Mack & Miller is a Cape Town-based multi-instrumental acoustic duo started by Zoë Mclaughlin (Lead vocals, guitar and percussion) and Jaco Griessel (Backing-vocals, guitar and percussion). Since their formation in 2017, Mack & Miller has performed at various markets and private functions in the Cape Town area. Their set consists of covers made famous by a diverse range of artists, from Michael Jackson to Adele, Nirvana to Vance Joy. All the songs are rearranged and performed using acoustic guitars, harmonic singing and hand percussion, giving these timeless hits a new lease on life.

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Performance • Running Time: 65 mins
Written and Directed by Raine Waring | Performed by Sinead Donnelly and Robyn Ivey
Warning: Language

Marriage! Marriage? Marriage. Fool, an original play uncovers the juicy, secrets of a marriage and the catastrophic turn of events that happen when things go a little pear shaped. A chauvinistic, custard of a husband and a devilish, sour housewife find themselves swimming around in a boiling pot of unwanted and unfortunate realities, bubbling under the surface until their shameful truths unfold. He obviously doesn’t like her cooking, but this wicked woman has much bigger fish to fry and let’s just say that revenge sure is sweet…beastly, dangerous and delicious!

Set in the 1960’s, this dark comedy demonstrates a series of powerful physicality and story-telling, unveiling some pretty wrongful truths. The play exposes a common problem of adultery in marriages today and one resentful and ingenious yet sinful solution. With a cast of two women, Fool leads you through a witty, outspoken, distorted, yet thrilling and liberating story of the revenge a woman takes on her husband. 

In 2017 Raine Waring and Severine Fletcher collaborated and opened a company called Keep the act alive, a drama and performance based initiative. KTAA offers acting classes and workshops to artists wishing to hone in on their acting and performamce skills. In addition to classes, Keep the act alive...and perform! was created out of a love for performing. It encourages artists to perform pieces of their own choice, and once a month we get together, whereby everyone participating provides positive and constructive feedback. As a group we inspire each other through our art. Our safe space creates a wonderful platform for artist to express themselves and get performance experience, while being surrounded by likeminded and encouraging artists. KTAA...and perform! Has developed further, whereby we now aim to showcase our talent through live performance theatre. This is where Fool was born! Fool is KTAA's first stage production as a professional team, and we couldn't be more excited to share it with you Cape Town. 

A little about the creative team: 

Raine Waring (director and writer) is a graduate of The Cape Academy of Performing Arts 2014 with Distinction. Raine has been involved in various stage productions such as ‘Barred’ and ‘Trigger Warnings’ - The Yellow Glove Collective. ‘Between the Lines’ as part of the Grahamstown National Arts Festivals;’ and “The Real Inspector Hound” as part of the Constantiaberg Players, whereby she was awarded a certificate of excellence for the best cameo role of “the sweet young thing”. Raine wrote and acted in her own one woman play, ‘Wait” at The Alexander Bar in 2016. She made her film debut for Universal Pictures, in 2016 as a featured dancer in the latest instalment of Bring it On: Worldwide #Cheersmack. Most recently Raine has performed the role of Tinker Bell in the Abrahamse and Meyer stage production of Peter Pan and as the role of Peppa Pig and choreographer in the production of Peppa Pig live in SA. Raine is currently obtaining her LTCL drama teaching Diploma, after obtaining her ATCL drama teaching diploma, with Distinction, through the Trinity College of London. 

Sinead Donnelly (performer) is a Cape Town based performer. She completed her studies at the Waterfront Theatre College majoring in Musical Theatre and Dance, gaining her advanced 2 levels in modern, tap and ballet. She is a singer, actress, dancer and choreographer who has a hunger to learn and explore. Her experience includes appearing in Pieter Toerien's production of The Sound of Music (2018); Gardening and Other Distractions (2018) at the Grahamstown Festival and multiple WTS productions including Sister Act: the Musical; Cinematic Motion; The Crucible; and Pirates of Penzance. She also appeared in JUNK in the Cape Town Fringe Festival 2016. Sinead is a founding member of TRIALITY Dance Collective, a collaborative performance group. Being on stage has taught her how to be playful with her art form.  

Robyn Ivey (performer) is graduate from the Waterfront Theatre College, whereby she majored in dance and musical theatre. Robyn has obtained her Vocal and Drama Associate as well as her Licentiate in drama and musical theatre through Trinity College. She has also obtained her ISTD (Imperial Society of Dance) Tap Diploma and Modern Associate. Robyn was brought up in the art form of belly dancing, and is furthering her training with Soma Dance Studio, tribal belly dancing. In 2017 Robyn was in the production of Rent, Sister Act, and 'Fluttershy' in the My Little Pony Friendship Tour. In 2018 she was a Cheerleader for (IPL) India Premier League, Kolkata Knight Riders. Robyn makes up the team of a collaborative dance company, Triality Dance Collective, alongside Sinead Donnelly and Liam Gillespie. 

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Musical theatre • Running Time: 70 mins
Performed by Cat Simoni and Alan Glass | Directed by Paul Spence

Jo, a recent divorcée, arrives for her first session with Carl Zimmerman, a Cape Town psychologist. Carl's consulting room is on the corner of Loop and Strand and apart from the expected couch contains a Steinway baby-grand. (Carl is also a wannabe songwriter and often surprises his clients by using music therapy to work through their divorce issues.) In one 70mn musical rollercoaster-ride they laugh, cry, share and lay bare their broken hearts through song and chat  and by the end of the session we could almost believe that these two total strangers are ready to fall in love again.

A Couch & a Piano previews on 4th August at Alexander Upstairs followed by a two-week run in Johannesburg at Theatre on the Square, 14th August. After ten years playing and singing for the international crème de la crème at the Steinways of London's 5-star venues and exclusive clubs, The Ritz, Carlton, Dorchester, Mayfair, Park Lane Intercontinental, South African born Cat Simoni is now entertaining audiences countrywide. Alan co-created the highly successful children’s music series Beautiful Creatures with Ed Jordan & Paul Choritz. With their seven albums they have achieved two platinum, four gold albums in SA, two SAMA nominations & a Naledi award. They have five children’s books, and are represented on ITunes throughout the world. Alan’s children’s book 'Oliver’s Outline' was published by Pan Macmillan in 2015. Alan’s theatre career began with the acclaimed accapella cabaret group Not the Midnight Mass in 1988, which won a Dalro Cabaret Revue Award, Evening Post Award & a Vita nomination. Alan does numerous TV & radio voice-overs, and for produces large corporate events. A member of the Royal Shakespeare Company for 7 years, Paul has since acted and directed in theatres from London to Copenhagen, Vienna to Tokyo. Paul writes and directs Cat Simoni’s musical entertainments.

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Solo Performance (comedy/drama) • Running Time: 65 mins
Directed by Karla Knudsen | Written and Performed by Dennis Elkins| Lighting Design by Elaine Wong | Sound Design by Robert Hornbostel | Stage Management by Monique Cuyler

Whether we like it not, we are consumed by our connections to cardboard boxes. As a child, with the delight of life around every corner, the box is the most amazing gift—not the contents, just the box. As a parent, when the mind and body separate more with each passing day, our possessions (and sometimes our bodies) are stored in boxes for future generations to curse and explore. Are we to be summed up solely by the contents of a cardboard box—a somewhat nihilistic attitude in corrugated paper? box. unabashedly demands ransoming our lives from the boxes tucked away under the bed, back of the closet, down in the basement, up in the attic and gives voice to the process, often painful, of packing and unpacking our lives.

Actor/director Dennis Elkins argues creatively for bringing order to the chaos of saving “junk” in our cardboard boxes. 

box. is an autobiographical journey of cleaning house after loved ones die and when those of us who are left must choose what to keep and what to shred. The easy solution is to dump the stuff in a box and deal with it later—but, when “later” comes, we still agonize with the left-overs in a comical way. This 70 minute one-man play, performed without intermission, demands ransoming our lives from the boxes tucked away under the bed, back of the closet, down in the basement and up in the attic. Giving voice to the sometimes prickly, yet pleasurable, process of packing and unpacking our prized possessions. 

Though a native of Elkhart, Kansas, Dennis spent several years in the academic theatre arena all over the United States, mostly in the Southeast and Rocky Mountain areas. Home base is currently the South Harlem area of NYC which enriches his time between acting, directing, teaching and writing opportunities. Favorite roles include Shylock, Polonius, Sir Toby Belch, Rothko, Picasso, Joe Keller and Edna Turnblad. Elkins is a certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework and a member of Actors’ Equity Association. 

Dennis Elkins, writer and actor

25 years, until mid-2017, were focused on the academic theatre arena in the US Southeast and Rocky Mountain areas. Home base is currently the South Harlem area of NYC which enriches his time between acting, directing, teaching and writing opportunities. Favorite roles include Shylock, Polonius, Sir Toby, Rothko, Picasso, Joe Keller and Edna Turnblad. Elkins is a certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and a member of Actors’ Equity Association. 

Karla Knudsen, collaborator and director

Karla has taught in both the performing arts and foundation studies departments at SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design). Karla is a freelance teacher, director, performer, and acting coach. She also teaches/learns with her daughters through the Georgia Cyber Academy and is a consulting editor for ARTPULSE Magazine. Karla holds degrees from SCAD and Carnegie Mellon University.

Elaine Wong, lighting designer

Elaine is from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, and received her MFA in Lighting Design from Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts. She is the resident lighting designer with the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts (CO) and with Resolve Productions’ Misterman (NYC/Ireland). She is currently a Master Electrician and Adjunct Professor with Montclair State University, and her website can be found at www.elainewong-LX.com.

Robert Hornbostel, sound designer

Robert is a freelance designer, engineer, and composer from Chicago. Robert designs with companies such as Porchlight Music Theater, Rivendell Theater Ensemble, Black Button Eyes, Roosevelt University, and Underscore. A graduate of Illinois State University, he has worked with companies such as The Santa Fe Opera, The Cape Playhouse, Music Theater Wichita, as well as teaching with Fort Lewis College, Western Illinois University, and University of Nebraska Lincoln. Information can be found at TechmagicDesigns.com.

Monique Cuyler, stage manager, design assistant and board operator

Monique is from Colorado Springs Colorado, and she recently graduated from Fort Lewis College with a BA in Technical Theatre. During her time at Fort Lewis College, she had one World Denver Broadway nomination in 2017 for Best Lighting Design for a straight play. This performance of box. is Monique’s first show after graduation. She is excited to work with outstanding designers as well as participating in the directing process.

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Revue • Running Time: 65 mins
Developed and performed by Titilayo Adedokun | Direction by Heike Brunner

50 Shades of Fairytales: the non-political(ly correct) Song Revue (No Zuma, no Trump, no kids….unless you want 'em to grow up to be gun-wielding, lace-wearing feminists. The girls too!”)

We start learning about fairytales and happily-ever-after before we can even walk. Then we grow up. Some of us wonder what ever happened to the fairytales and some of us, well... never believed in them in the first place. This whimsical and quirky song revue depicts the journey of two women (both played by Titilayo Adedokun) who evolve through their personal experiences of love, its challenges and its consequences. A collection of witty and thought-provoking songs that will leave you laughing, crying and oh-so identifying with the characters.

Titilayo Rachel Adedokun was born in Nashville, Tennessee, USA to parents of Nigerian origin. A former Miss Ohio and 2nd Runner-up to Miss America, her talent and experience span different musical genres from classical, musicals and spirituals to jazz, blues and Yoruba music. She is known for her versatility, her range and an unparalleled ability to captivate an audience.

A graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music in Ohio, USA - studying opera by day and singing in a dinner theater by night - she has sung in opera houses and with orchestras all over the world and also performed in Musical Galas with the late Adolph Greene, Betty Comden and Lauren Bacall. As a recipient of the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship, she moved to Italy where she studied with Renata Scotto and Vincenzo Manno while, at the same time, collaborated in concerts and CD recordings with the late jazz composer and pianist, Giorgio Gaslini. She was chosen by director Franco Zeffirelli to sing the title role in his production of “Aida” at Teatro Verdi in Busseto, Italy, on the centennial celebration of Verdi’s death. 

She has toured Europe in various productions including as Musetta in “La Boheme”, Kate in “Kiss Me Kate”, soloist in “Night Fever: Die Gala Der Film Musicals” and Billie Holiday in the Jazz Musical "Ella & Billie". She is the featured vocalist of “The Wine & Roses Swing Orchestra” in Munich.She moved from Munich to Cape Town four years ago with her family and is very thrilled to call this beautiful city "home".

Heike Brunner

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa to Austrian parents, Heike grew up speaking German, English and Afrikaans. Having since added French and South African Sign Language (SASL) to her repertoire, she performs in five languages. A graduate of the School of Dramatic Arts at WITS University in Johannesburg, Heike started in television as the writer/presenter of Fabuscopes, a daily, comical horoscope insert on The Breakfast Club on SABC 2. At the same time, she portrayed Angel, the bitch, in the Deaf TV sign-language soap opera Young & Speechless for four years.

Heike lived in London for two years and Paris for a decade. She also spent a lot of time honing her skills in Los Angeles. In 2011, Heike and her family moved to Cape Town, South Africa. Her credits include supporting roles in four feature films, the lead roles in five out of seven short films and a variety of stage plays performed in English, Afrikaans, German or French, as well as stints at the Grahamstown, ATKV, Avignon and Edinburgh Festivals. Heike was the English weather announcer on France 24, France’s 24-hour news channel. In 2007 her blog, Hollywood Reporter won Best Overseas SA Blog.

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Networking Event • Running Time: 90 mins
Red Velvet Zone

Modelled on the UK version, Village Drinks Cape Town is a monthly networking event for gay professionals in Cape Town. Village Drinks Cape Town will also offer businesses an opportunity to profile their services and products to the sizable gay market in Cape Town. Entrance includes your first drink (draft beer, house wine or soft drink). This event takes place in the bar area downstairs and may include a brief presentation.

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Comedy • Running Time: 75 mins
Presented by Mish Mash Media Productions | Written by Evan Linger and Andrew Hobgood
Warning: PG 13

The setting is America, 1956 and the annual quiche breakfast for the ladies of the Susan B Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein is being held, when all hell breaks loose. Now it's every woman for herself. It's Lord of the Flies meets Stepford Wives - with Lesbians, Quiche and Improvised comedy. What more could you want? This naughty, witty, high stakes comedy romp is sure to warm your heart and make you burst out laughing.

The sisters are fun, elegant and on a journey of self-discovery. No meat... all manners! Be ready for an interactive comedy as we take you on a journey that will help you get in touch with your inner lesbian. 

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Cabaret • Running Time: 55 mins
Presented by Cabaret Man | Conceptualised by Roland Perold and Godfrey Johnson

Johnson and Perold reunite to present a feast of comedy & music in their new cabaret. 

Both play and sing the piano simultaneously with wow-factor dexterity. Together they bring tantalizing comedy songs to life with custom musical arrangements. Pieces that are funny, witty, strange & unusual in some way are featured alongside original material by the duo who are both songwriters.

Modern men? Oh yes they are! But classics like Your Song, Lady is a Tramp, Piccola Marina (and some of that crap from Phantom) also get a new twist.

The Indelible Godfrey Johnson has performed over 20 one-man shows nationally and internationally. Has worked extensively as a musician, director, composer and is a starlwart on the cabaret scene. Johnson has been nominated for 6 Fleur du Cap awards, most recenlty for “Vaslav”, and won for Best Performance in a Cabaret for Kissed by Brel.

Debonair Roland Perold is a consummate performer, producer, songwriter and cabaret artist with 9 years’ experience across Revue, Cabaret, Plays, Musicals and Pantomime. Specializing in Golden Age repertoire has grown a loyal following as Cabaret Man and won The Muse Award for Best New Play for “The Pitch” (co-written with Callum Tilbury) by the Writers’ Guild of South Africa.

More info visit: www.cabaretman.com 

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Spoken word + improvisation • Running Time: 90 mins
Toast Coetzer on vocals | Stephen Timm on drums | Michael Currin on guitar

The Buckfever Underground has been around, in one form or another, for 20 years. Formed in Grahamstown in 1998, the band moved to Cape Town in the early 2000s where they earned a reputation as an idiosyncratic live act. In recent years, band members have come and gone, and they currently play as a three-piece: Toast Coetzer (vocals), Stephen Timm (drums) and new member Michael Currin (guitar).

The Buckfever Underground has released acclaimed albums like Jou Medemens Is Dood, TAFL - Teaching Afrikaans as a Foreign Language, SAVES and Verkeerdevlei. They have played at festivals like Oppikoppi, in St George's Park, a farm outside Potch, dodgy bars, indie clubs and many peoples' lounges, stoeps and back gardens. 

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Baroque music cross over • Running Time: 55 mins
Presented by the 2018 Cape Town Baroque Festival | Music composed and arranged by Jan-Hendrik Harley | Performed by 'Ensemble Je Ne Comprends Pas' | Jan-Hendrik Harley on violin, guitar and direction | Joshua Frank on recorder and guitar | Mariechen Meyer on double bass | John Pringle on percussion

The 2018 Cape Town Baroque Festival presents ‘David Bowie Reworked’, featuring works from David Bowie’s heyday, conceptually reimagined as baroque compositions. 

The music is arranged by Stellenbosch based composer Jan-Hendrik Harley and performed by Ensemble Je Ne Comprends Pas on original baroque instruments.

Having been dubbed the “Chameleon of Rock” and a master of reinvention, it felt that the only natural approach to an evening of eclectic arrangements in honour of the iconic musician and entertainer David Bowie would be a complete reinvention of his music itself. This is exactly what can be expected from Stellenbosch based composer Jan-Hendrik Harley and Ensemble Je Ne Comprends Pas’s contribution to the 2018 Cape Town Baroque Festival. 

‘David Bowie Reworked’ features works from the musician’s heyday, conceptually reimagined as baroque compositions – a nod to his ability to revamp his music and image so many times over a long and illustrious career. 

The concert will be presented by a quartet of musicians from the ensembles’ ranks: joining Jan-Hendrik Harley (violin, guitar and direction) on stage will be Joshua Frank (recorder and guitar), Mariechen Meyer (double bass) and John Pringle (percussion). The concert will be performed on period instruments, and the Bowie pieces will be alternated with anonymous baroque works that also reflect the recurring themes of angst, fear and alienation in his music, in order to complete the illusion.

Presented by the 2018 Cape Town Baroque Festival. Music composed and arranged by Jan-Hendrik Harley. Performed by 'Ensemble Je Ne Comprends Pas'. Jan-Hendrik Harley (violin, guitar and direction), Joshua Frank (recorder and guitar), Mariechen Meyer (double bass) and John Pringle (percussion).

Jan-Hendrik Harley – Violins/Violas/Guitars/Direction

Jan-Hendrik Harley obtained his Bachelors degree in music from the University of Stellenbosch (BMUS) in 2002, specialising in chamber music, classical guitar and viola. He holds a Masters degree in chamber music with a composition portfolio from the University of Stellenbosch, and a Masters degree in viola performance with early music as related field from the University of North Texas.

Jan-Hendrik is a composer/arranger of classical and popular music, and also freelance as a performing and recording artist. As composer Jan-Hendrik has enjoyed a number of premieres by student and professional groups in Africa, Europe and both Americas, of works ranging from intimate chamber music pieces to electroacoustic- and bigger orchestral pieces. He has done production work on numerous soundtracks and albums, his main focus being orchestration and scoring. Jan-Hendrik is the musical director of the Cape Town based Narrative Ensemble, and the curator and musical director of Ensemble Je Ne Comprends Pas.

Joshua Frank – Recorder/Oboe/Guitar

Joshua Frank is a final-year BMus student at Stellenbosch University, studying recorder with Karin Maritz, oboe with Ioanna Matei, and guitar with Nina Fourie-Gouws. His musical career began at age 6 when he started playing the recorder, after which he picked up the guitar at age 10 and oboe at age 13. He has received numerous masterclasses on all his instruments, from such performers as Maurice Steger, Stefan Temmingh, Carin van Heerden, Dorin Gliga, Goran Krivokapić and Morgan Szymansky. As well as being a principal member of the Stellenbosch University Symphony Orchestra (USSO) under the baton of Dr Corvin Matei, he has previously collaborated with groups such as the Cape Consort and the Stellenbosch University Camerata. He has also performed as a soloist with various groups, including USSO, Camerata Tinta Barocca, the Hugo Lambrechts Symphony Orchestra, Stellenbosch University Camerata and the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Mariechen Meyer – Double Bass

South African bassist Mariechen Meyer started her double bass studies with Peter Guy in Bloemfontein, and graduated cum laude from the University of Stellenbosch in 2011 on a string scholarship under the Dutch pedagogue and performer, Roxane Steffen.

From a young age, she was appointed principal bassist of several orchestras such as the National Youth Symphony Orchestra of South Africa, the World Youth Symphony Orchestra in USA, and the University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra.  Mariechen has been invited to numerous international chamber festivals, among which are the International Chamber Festival in Stellenbosch (South Africa), MUSICA MUNDI International Chamber Music Course and Festival for Young Musicians in Belgium, the Stift Festival in The Netherlands, and the Interlochen Summer Camp in Michigan, USA, where she worked with Leon Bosch, Lawrence Hurst, Jack Budrow and Zoran Markovic.

As a soloist, Mariechen has performed with the Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra (2004) and the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra (2008).  Currently, Mariechen is pursuing her Doctoral Degree at the University of North Texas in Denton, studying with the world-renowned double bass pedagogue and soloist Jeff Bradetich.  In 2013, she was a winner of the University of North Texas Concerto Competition, second prize winner of the Mid-Texas Symphony Solo Competition and a semi-finalist in the prestigious solo competition if the International Society of Bassists.

John Pringle – Percussion

John L Pringle studied classical percussion under the guidance of Suzette Brits at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, between 2001 and 2004. He is a keen composer of both modern classical and light contemporary music, and has received numerous commissions from classical new music festivals, schools and the film and television industries.

His life long interest in, and study of the traditional music and cultures of the African continent can be heard in all his compositions. This passion and knowledge along with his years of teaching experience as a freelance percussion teacher in the Western Cape, South Africa (since 2003) has led to the compilation of this, his first series of books "Examination Pieces for the Djembe".

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Drama • Running Time: 70 mins
Directed by Chris Weare | Written by Win Wells | Performed by Lynita Crofford and Shirley Johnston | Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French .SAMUEL FRENCH LTD
This evocative and witty play explores the extraordinary relationship between lifelong partners Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas who rejected the conservative values of middle class America in the early nineteen hundreds and found refuge in the bohemian decadence of Paris… and in each other.   

Stein drew artistic genius to her salon like a magnet, numbering among her close friends Hemingway, Picasso, Matisse, Cezanne, Klee and Scott Fitzgerald among other artists, writers and poets. They regularly gathered at what became known as the ‘Mecca for the modern-minded’ where they inspired each other to create art, drank often, fought often, fell in and out of love… and occasionally indulged in Alice’s hash brownies.  The mystique of the ‘lost generation’ in Paris, a term coined by Stein, serves as a colourful backdrop to a tender and unconventional love story which Wells has woven into an absorbing theatre piece.   

Press & Reviews

  • Tue 19th Jun 2018 Blogs

    "Gertrude was alive in Shirley Johnston. Sassy as all hell, yet vulnerable (as only pioneering artists and change-makers can be)"

    "The two doyens of the South African Stage were magnificent and flawless. A triumph, really."

    "Do go see it. It’s a performance masterclass."   


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Comedy • Running Time: 65 mins
Written by Brent Meersman | Directed by Wynne Bredenkamp | Performed by Sophie Kirsch and Sizo Mahlangu

She suspects he’s up to mischief. He think she’s just being selfish. Out in the wilds with a tent without poles and surrounded by laughing hyenas, they have to come to an understanding if they are to survive. Well, that is what you’d think. But she has other ideas and he may have other agendas. Is this a camping trip from hell, or is hell in other people?

A new comedy by Brent Meersman, co-editor of GroundUp news, is directed by Wynne Bredenkamp, director of the "multi-layered and mesmerizing" At The Edge of The Light. 

Sophie Kirsch (Miriam Makeba: Mama Africa The Musical) stars in this comedy alongside Sizo Mahlangu (Shakespeare in Love and Othello).

"Campers do not give merely to get, but relate to each other in a spirit of equality and community,” wrote philosopher GA Cohen. But what if they didn’t? Find out in this most unusual comedy: Why not socialism

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Stand-up Comedy • Running Time: 70 mins
Written Directed by Nkosinathi Maki

Moving to Joburg" is Nkosinathi Maki's latest and 3rd one man show offering.
The show is about Nkosinathi's next big move to the City of Gold.

He takes us on a hilarious journey from, why he moved from Cape Town to Johannesburg. In the show he reveals South Africa's biggest ironies and experiences - His 1st time at a Johanneburg strip club, how Coca cola prices its products bakwards. Dstv Advertised on Dstv and Why Donald Trump is the perfect example of why people over the age of 50 should not be on social media.

Nkosinathi Maki has been a Stand-up Comedian since 2011. Nkosinathi organized comedy shows on the 1st month he started performing stand up comedy.

The next venture: Nkosinathi Maki has created an annual comedy festival for the people of Port Elizabeth, the place where it all began for him. The first festival took place in December 2017 and the 2nd annual comedy fest will be taking place in August 2018 over the course of 3 days.

He recently came back from the National Arts Festival where he has his sold out and had a standing ovation on both One man shows “Gluten Free 2016 and Schoolboy 2017”.

Nathi Comedy events are an important part of the ecosystem of the South African comedy industry and his dedication to making sure that comedy is more accessible to young South Africans, is a big reason why this comedian / promoter has made a real impact on the Cape Town Comedy Circuit and is now focusing on the Nelson Mandela Bay.

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Sat 21 at 11am
The Daytime Friends Trivia Quiz
Friends Trivia: The One Where You Win...MaybeSat 21 at 2pm
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Cabaret & Satire
Sat 21 at 7pm
Sarafina Magazine Live: Round 4!
Mon 23 at 6pm
Not Just Musicals
Musical theatre
Mon 23 at 9pm
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The Good, The Bad and The Fugly
Musical Comedy
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Fri 27 at 7pm
Sat 28 at 9pm
OMG Quiz Night
Wed 25 at 7pm
An evening with Jules Terea
Unplugged/Live music
Sat 28 at 7pm
The Communion with Sounds & Words at Alexander Bar, Cafe and Theatre
Spokenword/Poetry and live music performance
Sun 29 at 7pm
Cheers to Sarajevo
Mon 30 at 7pm
Tue 31 at 7pm
Live Music Mondays
Live music downstairs
Mon 30 at 8pm
Mon 30 at 9pm
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Cheers to Sarajevo
Wed 1 at 7pm
Thu 2 at 7pm
Wed 1 at 9pm
Thu 2 at 9pm
Fri 3 at 9pm
Sat 4 at 9pm
A Couch & a Piano
Musical theatre
Sat 4 at 7pm
Solo Performance (comedy/drama)
Wed 8 at 7pm
Thu 9 at 7pm
Fri 10 at 7pm
Sat 11 at 7pm
Sun 12 at 7pm
50 Shades of Fairytales
Wed 8 at 9pm
Thu 9 at 9pm
Fri 10 at 9pm
Sat 11 at 9pm
Village Drinks Cape Town
Networking Event
Thu 9 at 6pm
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche
Mon 20 at 9pm
Tue 21 at 9pm
Mon 27 at 9pm
Tue 28 at 9pm
Wed 29 at 9pm
Thu 30 at 9pm
Fri 31 at 9pm
The GOOD NEWS Cabaret
Wed 29 at 7pm
Thu 30 at 7pm
Fri 31 at 7pm


5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche
Sat 1 at 4pm 9pm
The GOOD NEWS Cabaret
Sat 1 at 7pm
The Buckfever Underground LIVE
Spoken word + improvisation
Sat 8 at 7pm
50 Shades of Fairytales
Fri 21 at 7pm
Sat 22 at 7pm
Sun 23 at 7pm
Mon 24 at 7pm
Thu 27 at 7pm
Fri 28 at 7pm
Sat 29 at 7pm
Sun 30 at 7pm
David Bowie Reworked
Baroque music cross over
Sat 22 at 4pm
Sun 23 at 9pm


Gertrude Stein and A Companion
Mon 8 at 7pm
Tue 9 at 7pm
Wed 10 at 7pm
Thu 11 at 7pm
Fri 12 at 7pm
Sat 13 at 7pm
Mon 15 at 7pm
Tue 16 at 7pm
Wed 17 at 7pm
Thu 18 at 7pm
Fri 19 at 7pm
Sat 20 at 7pm
Why not socialism?
Mon 22 at 9pm
Tue 23 at 9pm
Wed 24 at 9pm
Mon 29 at 9pm
Tue 30 at 9pm
Wed 31 at 9pm
Moving to Joburg
Stand-up Comedy
Thu 25 at 9pm
Fri 26 at 9pm
Sat 27 at 9pm


Why not socialism?
Thu 1 at 9pm
Fri 2 at 9pm
Sat 3 at 9pm

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