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Music & Spoken Word • Running Time: 45 mins
Written and performed by Gemma Griffiths

Opaque is a performance piece that melds spoken word and music. Centered around the stigmatised arena of mental health, Opaque is both intensely vulnerable and delicately uplifting. December will see the last performances of Opaque before it takes on East Africa and London, UK in 2019, in partnership with the ZHTS. 

Opaque uses both music and spoken word, to bring to light the prominence of depression in so many lives, as well as the part we have to play in battling the stigma around it. The goal of ‘Opaque’ is to start conversations, give a voice to those without one, and bring awareness without judgment… to break the taboo. 

Gemma Griffiths is a Zimbabwean musician and performer. She has performed with African greats such as Oliver Mutukudzi and Yvonne Chaka Chaka, as well as Grammy Award winner Joss Stone (UK). In 2017 Gemma’s collaboration on ‘Headlights’ with Swiss DJ Askery was signed to Spinnin’ Records and reached over 400,000 views on YouTube in its first month of release. She per- formed at Sofar Sounds in London 2017, as well as performing for the Uk’s prestigious music channel ‘Mahogany Sessions’. As her career takes new strides in the international scene, Gemma’s passion for her country, and its’ melting pot of energy and rhythm, remains the driving force of her work. With an ever growing drive to open doors for Zimbabwe’s music industry – it’s safe to say that the 23 year old is on the brink of something big. understood and they are not alone”. Her work as patron of the ZHTS in the arena of mental health will bring hr through Africa and London in 2019.

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Mon 10th Dec 8pm: Sorry, sold out

Kabaret/Cabaret • Running Time: 65 mins
Teks en regie deur Wessel Pretorius | Met Len-Barry Simons | Begeleiding op klavier deur Christopher Petrie
Warning: Korstondige rook gedurende toneelstuk

Psalter (die naam vir ‘n boek van Psalms) is versameling grootword-herinneringe van ‘n Gaga-aanbidder, ‘n dissipel van Nina Simone en ‘n gesant van die maan in kitch engelvlerke.  Dis ook ‘n ode aan drie susters - Greta, Joan en Bettie – elk vernoem na ‘n silwerdoekgodin, wat saam ‘n kind deur die veranderende seisoene probeer koester.   Uit die pen van Wessel Pretorius, vertolk deur opwindende opkomende talent Len-Barry Simons, met die meesterlike begeleiding van David Lubbe. 

LEN-BARRY SIMONS gradueer in 2016 by die Universiteit van Stellenbosch met ‘n graad in Drama, waar hy gespesialiseer het in kabaret.  Hy verskyn in 2017 in Wessel Pretorius se komedie Renaissance en in 2018 in ‘n verwerking van Bibi Slippers se bekroonde digbundel Fotostaatmasjien vir die verhoog by Woordfees en KKNK.  Gedurende hierdie jaar speel hy ook in Aida Abridged by o.a. die National Arts Festival in Grahamstad (regie deur Greg Homan) en die musiekblyspel Calling Us Home (regie deur Magdalene Minnaar). Len-Barry woon tans in Kaapstad. 

WESSEL PRETORIUS  is gebore in 1986 en het skool gegaan en groot geword in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga.  Hy het sy B.A. Drama graad ontvang by die Universiteit van Pretoria in 2008 en sy Honneurs in Spel by die Universiteit van Stellenbosch in 2009.  Hy het sy professionele debuut in 2010 gemaak en in 2011 het skryf hy sy solo-stuk Ont- waarvoor o.a. vier Fiësta-toekennings en die Woordtrofee vir Beste Drama produksie ontvang het.  Ont- is later vertaal deur Hennie van Greunen as Undone en het getoer na die Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Afrovibes in Nederland, die Wiener festwochen in Wene en die Nasionale Kunstefees in Grahamstad waar dit die Standard Bank Ovation Goud gekry het.  In 2014 skryf hy Waterpas (KKNK Kanna vir Beste Komedie), Slaaf en Frats. In 2015 verskyn Sandton City Grootdoop, Al Julle Volke en Die Dag is Bros (vyf Fiësta benoemings en die ATKV-Woordveertjie vir Beste Drama).  In 2016 debuteer hy met sy nuwe solostuk Die Ontelbare 48 en die komedie I Love You Sally Field (and other stories) en in 2017 skryf hy o.a. Klara Maas se Hart is Gebreek, ensomeer: Die vloeistof trilogie en Renaissance. Ander hoogtepunte as akteur sluit in Saartjie Botha se Balbesit (regie deur Jaco Bouwer), Christiaan Olwagen se N is vir Neurose, Edward Albee se Wie’s Bang vir Virginia Woolf? (regie deur Olwagen) en Tom Lanoye se Bloed en Rose (regie deur Marthinus Basson).  Pretorius woon in Kaapstad waar hy streef om ‘n lewe uit teater te maak.

CHRISTOPHER PETRIE completed his schooling at Monument High School in Krugersdorp. He obtained a BMus degree from Stellenbosch University in 2017 specializing in organ performance under the tutelage of Dr Mario Nell. Christopher frequently worked as freelance accompanist during his undergraduate studies. He was the rehearsal pianist and keyboardist for musical productions Hair (2013), Evita (2014), Sarafina (2015) and Fidler on the Roof (2016) in collaboration with Northlink College. In 2017 he was rehearsal pianist for an Honours student production of La serva padrona and assistant to musical director, Erik Dippenaar, for the 2018 Woordfees production of Purcell’s Fairy Queen in collaboration with Cape Town Opera and Stellenbosch University. Christopher is currently a postgraduate Honours student at Stellenbosch University, specializing in organ repertoire studies. In 2018 he was accompanist for the ensemble of the play, NRNNSA (Die Nuwe Republiek van die Nuwe Nuwe Suid Afrika) which received a Kanna nomination for best upcoming artist at the 2018 Klein Karoo Nationale Kunstefees (KKNK) and was awarded the prize for best Nati-Jongsterre production at the 2018 Suidoosterfees. Christopher is also actively involved at the Stelenbosch University Drama Department as cabaret accompanist.

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

A new romantic musical comedy about 'Club D' (Divorce!) 

Carl, a divorced, eccentric Cape Town psychologist and frustrated songwriter, meets his new client Jo, an angry, depressed singer going though a difficult divorce. Jo sings at The Manhattan, a Waterfront club. Their therapy session is not run of the mill as they use songs (both original and covers) to unpack the complexities of their lives.Couch and a Piano, recently enjoyed a highly successful debut run at Theatre on the Square in Joburg.

Listen now to: Grow_Old.mp3

During his divorce, Alan Glass wrote a full-length musical with grammy nominated American jazz pianist John Fresk about divorce called That’s All We Have Time For. The musical is due for production in 2019. Four of the original songs from the musical have been included in A Couch and a Piano.

The songs in 'Couch and a Piano!' are a rich mix of Alan Glass & Cat Simoni originals - and popular classics. Each song relates to a different aspect of the emotional divorce spectrum.

Cat Simoni (Ritz, Dorchester; London) is regularly seen at Theatre-On-The-Square in entertaining productions devised by Paul Spence such as 'Cat Sings Ella!' (The story of Ella Jane Fitzgerald), 'Cat Sings Judy!' (the story of Judy Garland), 'Beautiful Barbra!' and in jazz concerts with the Tony Yoko Jazz Quartet: 'Christmas and All That Jazz!' and 'London's Jazz Cat & her Boyz'.

Alan Glass, composer of the ever-popular 'Beautiful Creatures' was last seen in the popular musical comedy hit show 'Not the Midnight Mass'.

Paul Spence spent seven years with the Royal Shakespeare Company and has directed and acted in productions from London to Belfast, Edinburgh to Copenhagen and Vienna to Tokyo. 

How can you mend a Broken Heart?
Just like this - with a Couch and a Piano!

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Pub Quiz • Running Time: 120 mins
presented by Alexander Bar

Who? What? When? How? Why are you shouting answers at me? Oh, it's because I'm the quiz master and have all kinds of drinkable prizes for the rightest of the righteous. Am I using those words right? Actually, don't answer that question. There will be others soon.

'Let's Get Quizzical' will kick off in December and will include all the things you love about pub quizzes: Leagues with melodramatic team rivalries! Quiz masters with sexy voices! Spot prizes that almost 100% will be liquid! And of course quirky categories like Beat the Geek and Multiple Voice!

Ready? Then Let's Get Quizzical!

Each team should have at least 2 people but no more than 6.
Pineapples disguised as people will be counted as people.
Silly team names are compulsory.
The Quiz Master is always right. Even if google says no.
Brains only! No phones, laptops, or books!

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Performance • Running Time: 60 mins
Directed & written by Andi Colombo | Concept by Russell Crous & Andi Colombo | Performed by Kathleen Stephens & Russell Crous | Sound Design by Naledi Majola & Andi Colombo | Photography & Videography by Liese Kuhn
Warning: Profanity

It’s day 728. 2030. Amy and Roald are stuck in a storeroom in a laboratory built halfway up Table Mountain. Outside, a desolate and apocalyptic landscape awaits, complete with soaring temperatures, out of control weather patterns and the potential of carbon dioxide poisoning. Amy and Roald are, quite frankly, in a bit of a pickle. Plus, they have to solve the most significant problem of all - how do they keep their succulents alive?

A new work by Andi Colombo, starring Kathleen Stephens and Russell Crous, AMES examines relationships, humanity, and climate change, all the while asking: what happens when humans go too far?

AMES is the creation of emerging theatre-maker Andi Colombo (PAN., Like Hamlet), and stars Kathleen Stephens (Shakespeare in Love, Like Hamlet) and Russell Crous (Outlander, The Widow, The Escape Room).

Andi Colombo
Andi Colombo completed her degree (honours equivalent) in Theatre Making at the University of Cape Town in 2017. Andi considers herself fortunate to have been involved in technically operating, lighting designing and stage-managing many productions over the last few years. Andi’s 2017 Theatre Making final piece, PAN. was included in the New Voices Festival on UCT’s Hiddingh Campus in December 2017, and was presented as part of the Zabalaza festival at the Baxter Theatre in March 2018, where it won the categories for Best Script and Best Supporting Actor, and was nominated for Best Direction, Best Actress and Best Production. Most recently, she performed in a body-focused exploration called Fill, and wrote and performed in Like Hamlet, a play directed by Kanya Viljoen.

Kathleen Stephens
Kathleen Stephens debuted her acting career in the production of People Beneath Our Feet in 2016 directed by Blythe Linger and Katya Mendleson. Since then she has gone on to star in Wessel Pretorius’ I Love You Sally Field, Dara Beth’s Nasty Womxn, and Jon Keevy’s Single Minded and The Underground Library, which was the first recipient Fleur du Cap award for Best Children’s Theatre Production. This year Kathleen has been seen on the Maynardville stage as Lucentio in the first all-female South African production of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew directed by Tara Nottcutt. She performed in Pretorius’ Fotostaatmasjien which debuted at Woordfees Festival and KKNK. She worked on Like Hamlet directed by Kanya Viljoen and recently finished performing in Fugard’s return season of Shakespeare in Love.  

Russell Crous
Russell Crous is an actor based in Cape Town, South Africa. With a degree in the arts, Russell has put it to good use in international film and television; appearing as Second Mate Baxley in Starz’ Outlander Season 3, and as Charlie in Danger Room (2019, Columbia Pictures). He is also set to appear in The Widow, which features Kate Beckinsale, Charles Dance and Alex Kingston. 

Russell studied at AFDA, in Cape Town, and graduated with his degree in Live Performance. While there, he had the opportunity to hone his screen-craft in a number of student films, as well as learn a little theatre, featuring in “Lovborg’s Women” created and directed by Chris Weare, as well as “Rainshark” written by Neil McCarthy and directed by Alex McCarthy. This actor can also be seen in National Geographic’s “No Man Left Behind” and “Origins: The Journey of Humankind”. He has done two episodes of American Monster and can be seen in adverts for Lays, Tony Card and LG. 

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Musical Performance - Singer Songwriter Pianist • Running Time: 60 mins
Written and performed by Chantal | Directed by Godfrey Johnson
Warning: No under 13s

Chantal creates musical moments in which worlds unfold and characters evolve, telling stories about being human.  Chantal’s pianistic style could be likened to Tori Amos; her lyricism evokes Suzanne Vega; and her voice similar to that of Amy Lee from Evanescence. The flavour, however, is all Chantal…a solo act, a woman, singer, writer and pianist, walking her own path; musically colouring outside the lines and crafting her own soundscape.

In her rich storytelling, Chantal writes about your neighbourhood and everyday experiences. What is the story behind that woman’s scars? What is the point of anger? What does life feel like after a fire? The infinite and mysterious: strength of spirit, dreams, ghosts, death.  The nature of the world: freedom, war, hope, healing this world; and the intimate: relationships, betrayal, and love. It’s all personal; it’s all political.

Chantal is her own musician, and the piano is an adventure.   “A chord unplayed can hold an audience longer than a crashing rock power-chord.” Faced with the infinite number of choices offered by 88 keys, Chantal puts the piano to work in a different way for each song, with tailored chords, unique and compelling arrangements, daring manoeuvres and gentle pulses.  Chantal creates her own melodies and counter-melodies, blending piano, voice, and rhythm to create colourful imagery generating a sense of vulnerability with an edge. Her powerful new album ‘Scars’ is now available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide – main links at 

The show is directed by Godfrey Johnson - one of South Africa’s leading performing artists, with a singular reputation as a Cabaret Artist, Composer, Writer and Director with multiple Fleur du Cap nominations and awards.

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Otto Dix Weimar Cabaret • Running Time: 60 mins
Written, directed and performed by Aletia Upstairs (with a lot of help from Kurt Weill and Bertold Brecht)

Aletia Upstairs, cabaretist extraordinaire delivers an exploration of Weill, Brecht, and Weimar cabaret songs like Alabama Song, Falling in Love Again, Pirate Jenny, Barbara Song, and I Am a Vamp. Set in the world of expressionist painter Otto Dix, as Julia Berber – Anita Berber’s fictional sister, Aletia Upstairs relates the Weimar period to contemporary events with comedy and audience sing-alongs.

“Aletia gave a great performance full of passion and humour. The audience loved it.”
✭✭✭✭✭ – Patrick Harrington (Counter Culture)

“Challenging and courageous. This lady in red shines like a newborn star.”
   – Kevin Short (International Times)

“A Queer Love Of Dix is a quality piece of theatre and performance art…a well-crafted script and beautifully sung songs…a performance of mastery.”
✭✭✭✭✭ – Mark Calvert (Mumble) 

Aletia Upstairs is a South African born, London based archival performance artist, cabaretist, singer-songwriter and vintage songstress currently completing a PhD in Performing Arts at Leeds Beckett University. Her practice is situated in performing archives, autobiographical, postdramatic and participatory-immersive performance.‘A Queer Love of Dix’ received 5-star reviews at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018. She received the Kantor Demarco award at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016 for 'Emballage'. 

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Pop • Running Time: 60 mins
Directed and performed by Peter Ngqibs | Choreography by Llewellyn Mnguni | Presented by Ananm Entertainment
Warning: Explicit Language

Join Peter Ngqibs as he takes you on a journey for his personal freedom and his self discovery through an eclectic mix of pop, dance and R'nB.

South African born, USA-bred Xhosa singer, songwriter, composer and organist Peter Ngqibs recently released his official full-length album, Let Me Go – a piece of work that has been long in the making. The 13-track album features the melodic, uplifting and inspiring first single “Broken” in 2017.  The single, as remixed by Mikey Gallagher (Leona Lewis, Deborah Cox, Danny Howells) climbed to the Top 30 in the U.K. Commercial Pop Club Charts.  His music video for “Free Me” was nominated for Best Music Video by the Jersey Shore Film Festival (2018); “Over Again” was nominated by the Garden State Film Festival (2018) and the Berlin Motion Picture Festival (2017) for Best Music Video and Best Rock Music Video respectively.  Although based in the States, Peter still calls South Africa home. 

Born and raised in Pretoria, Waterkloof Glen, Peter (born Ngqibeko Peter Ncanywa) has had music in his bones, from as early as his primary school days.  Peter joined the Drakensberg Boys Choir, which saw him touring, travelling the world and solidifying his dreams and career as a musician.  After the Drakensberg, Peter joined the National School of the Arts in Braamfontein. From there, he found his way to the United States where he truly came into his own musically. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance and a Minor in Psychology.

Llewellyn Mnguni

Dancer and choreographer Llewellyn Mnguni, began training at the the age of 14, at the Mmabana Mmabatho Arts Council as a Latin American and Ballroom dance student and continued to compete on a professional level from 1999-2002. In 2003 he attended the National School of the Arts and thereafter obtained a Dance Teachers Diploma at the University of Cape Town School of Dance School in the year 2010. Mnguni also joined the Mmabana Dance Company as a full time dance teacher and choreographer from 2007-2009.

While completing his final year in high school (Grade 12) he performed and choreographed for the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown in 2006 for his work ‘Prozac’ and then the GIPCA Live Arts Festival under the directorship of Jay Pather in 2012. In 2010 he joined the Bovim Ballet company under the directorship of Sean Bovim. Mnguni has performed with the likes of Celeste Botha and Marlin Zoutman during his time as a company member of New World Dance Theatre.

He has collaborated with well acclaimed artists such as Ahmed Umar for “Tribute to Ali” an exhibition at the Format gallery in Oslo,Norway. He has performed the challenging roles of Odile in Swan Lake, Escamilio in Carmen and Myrtha in Giselle for Dada Masilo's extensive Asian,European, Canadian and US tour during 2013-2017, Mnguni also collaborated with visual artist/LGBTI activist Zanele Muholi and Lerato Dumse for a series of exhibitions and site specific shows during the 2016 Oslo gay pride week.

His dance teaching experience spans from teaching at dance companies, primary and high schools as well as workshops around South Africa and Europe. He continues to work as a multi fasciated artist whereby he gives talks and workshops that inspire and support the LGBTI universal community, as well as collaborating and inspiring upcoming dancers and artists. 

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Comedy • Running Time: 90 mins
Directed by Emma Di Bona | Written by Alan Ball | Performed by Emma Di Bona, Harley Ferguson, Jo mari Malan, Nicole Grobler, Kerryn van der Merwe, Annette Benz Rights by arrangement with DALRO

Five very different bridesmaids find themselves hiding together in an upstairs bedroom, hoping to escape the wedding reception of a bride that, they soon realize, none of them actually like! There's Meredith, the rebellious little sister of the bride; Frances, the very religious cousin; Mindy, the groom's blunt and clumsy sister; Georgeanne, an old  friend with problems of her own; and Trisha, a jaded beauty with doubts about men. In this crowded room above the wedding, these five identically dressed women talk, argue, cry and laugh together.

After a successful run at the Galloway Theatre, 'Five Women Wearing the Same Dress' is back to thrill audiences. This hilarious show will have you laughing and crying!

Alan Ball’s 'Five Women Wearing the Same Dress' was written and set in the early 1990s and is a wonderfully witty and sensitive look at the issues and struggles of young women. Best known for his highly acclaimed HBO series, “Six Feet Under,” and his award-winning 1999 film, “American Beauty,” Ball has an ability to combine dark and light humor, quirkiness, and serious themes. There is a lot of drinking and gossip and fooling around, but at the heart of the play are serious issues, and the ability of the women to come together.

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Dramedy • Running Time: 45 mins
Presented by The Frikken Playhouse | Written & Directed by Liese Kuhn | Performed by Laure-Lee Mostert

A heartfelt and light-hearted look at Amelia’s journey through heartbreak and coming to terms with a history of family disease. A 45 minute multi-media dramedy that whisks you between fantasy and reality.  Amelia intertwines trauma, happiness and the banal as tightly as real life does. Each traumatic event trickles into the rest of her experience as she recounts each memory in the hopes of never truly allowing herself to forget. 

A Frikken Playhouse production put together by an all female team. Three young creatives hoping to keep creating meaningful work and stretch their performance muscles on a regular basis. We hope to go on to translate and perform this piece in a number of languages; exploring how the text sits within a multiplicity of bodies, languages and cultures.

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world | acoustic | Hang instrument • Running Time: 40 mins
Marco Selvaggio on the very rare hang instrument

Marco Selvaggio from Italy will perform with his hang - the rarest instrument in the world - for a special night of magic music.

Marco Selvaggio is an artist that has been playing all around the world for 10 years touring with his hangs. He has released 2 albums: "The Eternal Dreamer" (Waterbirds Records) and Aether (T-Lab Revolution) and 5 EPs. 

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illusion • Running Time: 55 mins
Directed, written, and performed by Andrew Klazinga

"What you don't see" is an experience of mind reading, mystery, and amazement. It will take you on a journey of discovery where reality appears to be bending right in your hands. Join Andrew as he becomes your tour guide through the strange and unusual place that is his world.

Andrew is a mentalist who has performed across Africa. He is a graduate of the College of Magic and a member of both the Cape Magicians Circle and The Cape Town Magic Club. His first one man show, "f I really did have powers...(it would look something like this)" which showed at the 2017 Cape Town Fringe Festival and the 2018 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. He was part of both season 6 and season 7 of Monday Night Magic at the Waterfront and Artscape and recently became the 2018 Daelin Trophy winner at the Cape Magicians Circle. He loves to create fascinating pieces of illusions involving mind reading and interesting ideas while having fun on stage.

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physical-drama • Running Time: 58 mins
Performed by Carlo Daniels and Abigail Mei

A new and original physical theatre play that holds very important messages, performed in Afrikaans. The play is created and performed by two upcoming theatre makers Carlo Daniels and Abigail Mei. Onweer follows the story of a young woman Tammy Solomons. Her abusive father, Joe Solomons, is returning home after a 10 year prison sentance. For Tammy, this causes anxiety and waiting in anticipation. His return brings many questions to his family and the community. The play provokes an audience who buries the truths in silence .

ONWEER is a new and relavant theatre piece, that tells a very important story about a young woman Tammy Solomoms who is caught in a web of emotional abuse by her father. The play is created by Carlo Daniels and Abigail Mei both trained in physical theatre at Magnet theatre under Jenny Reznek. Onweer won the “ Zabalaza Festival ‘’ in 2018 out of 40 productions and is the the first Afrikaans play to do so. The production got five nominations and two awards  ( Best Production and Carlo Daniels as Best Actor ) . This production is also directed by Carlo Daniels who has played in several David Kramer and Fugard Theatre productions like: Kat and The Kings, Orpheus in Africa and District Six Kanala.  Daniels was last seen in Friedrich Durrenmatt  “ The Visit “ at Maget Theatre directed by Mark Fleishman.

With the high levels of violence against women in South Africa, the timing ofOnweer’s staging could not be better planned. It is a physical theatre work about a young woman Tammy (Mei), who lives on the Cape Flats. She is overwhelmed by her abusive father’s (played by Daniels) return after his 10-year prison sentence. His return causes much anxiety and leaves many unanswered questions for the family and the community. Did being incarcerated for a decade make him a better man?

“Onweer was a chance for me to create my own language,” says Daniels. “It was a way for me to communicate my vision as a director. When I wrote this play I’d heard of many cases of rape around me. It motivated me to research the theme and the impact on the victim and the community. Abigail and I developed the piece, first for a competition as a 20-minute play, then as a fully-fledged production.

 He is a physical theatre-trained actor, singer and theatre-maker, who grew up in Mitchell’s Plain where he started performing on street corners. He later performed at Madame Zingara and had his first big break in David Kramer’s 2011 musical hit production Some Like it Vrot. He went on to star in several other David Kramer productions such as Kat and the Kings, Blood Brothers, Orpheus in Africa, District Six Kanala and Fred Abrahamse’s Robin Hood Canal Walk. He also performed alongside David Kramer in Platteland, at the 2018 Klein Karoo National Arts Festival (KKNK). Both artists recently completed the 2-year, full-time, training and job creation programme at Magnet Theatre.

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Today (Monday)

Music & Spoken Word
at 8pm

Tomorrow (Tuesday)

at 7pm
Couch & a Piano
Musical theatre
at 9pm

This Wednesday

12 Dec at 7pm
Let's Get Quizzical
Pub Quiz
12 Dec at 7pm
Couch & a Piano
Musical theatre
12 Dec at 9pm

This Thursday

13 Dec at 7pm
Couch & a Piano
Musical theatre
13 Dec at 9pm

This Friday

14 Dec at 7pm
Couch & a Piano
Musical theatre
14 Dec at 9pm

This Saturday

15 Dec at 4pm 7pm
Couch & a Piano
Musical theatre
15 Dec at 9pm

Rest of December

Mon 17 at 7pm
Tue 18 at 7pm
Wed 19 at 7pm
Thu 20 at 7pm
Fri 21 at 7pm 9pm
Sat 22 at 7pm 9pm
Let's Get Quizzical
Pub Quiz
Wed 19 at 7pm
Musical Performance - Singer Songwriter Pianist
Thu 27 at 7pm
Fri 28 at 7pm
Sat 29 at 7pm
A Queer Love of Dix
Otto Dix Weimar Cabaret
Fri 28 at 9pm
Test Show
Mon 31 at 3pm

January 2019

Let Me Go
11 Fri 8pm at 8pm
Five Women Wearing The Same Dress
14 Mon 8pm at 8pm
15 Tue 8pm at 8pm
16 Wed 8pm at 8pm
21 Mon 8pm at 8pm
22 Tue 8pm at 8pm
23 Wed 8pm at 8pm
24 Thu 8pm at 8pm
25 Fri 8pm at 8pm
26 Sat 8pm at 8pm
There's A Stranger In My Bed
17 Thu 9pm at 9pm
18 Fri 9pm at 9pm
19 Sat 9pm at 9pm
Marco Selvaggio
world | acoustic | Hang instrument
20 Sun 7pm at 7pm
CRAZY - Golden Oldies with a touch of Bipolar
Jazz | Cabaret
27 Sun 7pm at 7pm

February 2019

What you don't see - a mentalist story
7 Thu 7pm at 7pm
8 Fri 7pm at 7pm
9 Sat 7pm at 7pm

March 2019

28 Thu 9pm at 9pm
29 Fri 9pm at 9pm
30 Sat 9pm at 9pm

April 2019

1 Mon 9pm at 9pm
2 Tue 9pm at 9pm
3 Wed 9pm at 9pm
4 Thu 9pm at 9pm
5 Fri 9pm at 9pm
6 Sat 9pm at 9pm
Blessing Tangban Live
Afro-folk, Alternative
28 Sun 7pm at 7pm

May 2019

One Africa Concert
Afro soul & Poetry
26 Sun 7pm at 7pm

December 2019

Test Show
1 Sun 5pm at 5pm

January 2020

Ticket to Refund
1 Wed 12am at 12am
Season Ticket
1 Wed 12am at 12am