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 →

REVIEW – ACCEPTANCE

Filicide – The deliberate act of a parent killing his or her child. SMA – Spinal Muscular Atrophy In April 2014, the media was in a frenzy over the case of a South-African born mother, residing in England who killed her three severely disabled children. We watched as the story unfolded, riveted, horrified, saddened and... Continue Reading →

ROBIN HOOD AND THE BABES IN THE WOOD

A BRAND NEW PANTOMIME ADVENTURE FROM JANICE HONEYMAN  Riding through the royal forest of Sherwood on a glorious May morning, you don’t have a care in the world.  Then you hear a bird call, the faint rustling of trees, and suddenly a man armed with a longbow appears in your path.  He wears a feathered cap, or... Continue Reading →

MAKE WAY … THE QUEEN IS COMING!

A journey to the heart of FABULOUS ... PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT The hit musical makes its SA debut with local cast. Get ready for the musical journey of your life!  The critically-acclaimed hit musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert based on the Oscar-winning hit film makes its South African premiere at Artscape, Cape Town on... 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 →

#HASHTAG He’s a Really Nice Guy!

It’s a typically busy Wednesday morning at Starbucks in Rosebank when Marc and I meet. One of the waiter’s admires Marc’s lumo green takkies as we make our way to a table, and I notice he’s drawing more than one or two surreptitious glances from a few other customers. He’s casually nonchalant as we sit... Continue Reading →

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