PANTO’S BACK – BIGGER, BRIGHTER & BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE!

It’s been 18 long months since most of us sat in a theatre. After having to cancel the annual Pantomime last year, I had been holding my breath for a while, hoping against hope that this year it would happen, and sure enough, executive producer Bernard Jay is thrilled that Janice Honeyman’s Cinderella is now... Continue Reading →

WOZA ALBERT! makes an always welcome return

Back by popular demand, Joburg Theatre is proud to present Woza Albert! by Percy Mtwa, Mbongeni Ngema and Barney Simon, on The Fringe Theatre stage from Friday 1 June – Sunday 17 June. Woza Albert! will always remain as one of the most vibrant examples of satirical anti-apartheid South African Theatre,  demonstrating innovation and creativity during one of the most pivotal... Continue Reading →

Theatre Review – BLONDE POISON

Five enormous, glittering stars to Fiona Ramsay who portrays the tortured Stella Goldschlag, reminiscing about her shadowy past in war-torn Berlin. Stella seems to have lived a rather comfortable post-war life, so what is it that has brought all these dark memories into the light. Apparently a phone call from a long forgotten admirer: a... Continue Reading →

A Fever You’ll Want to Catch!

A Review of Saturday Night Fever, currently on stage at the South African State Theatre I’ll start off with a confession – I’ve never seen the film version of Saturday Night Fever!! Shock, horror, yes … you can all pick up your jaws and close your mouths now! I didn’t see John Travolta do the... Continue Reading →

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