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We Talked to Sven Ruygrok

We Talked to Sven Ruygrok

I am responsible for my part in the Story that is being told… by Louw Mulder Earlier this year, it was Peter Shaffer’s Equus, followed by Family Secrets, a play by Enrico Luttmann, currently on stage, that presented Joburg audiences to the talent of Cape Town based actor, Sven Ruygrok in both these productions. Hailing from Cape Town, I thought of getting to know this ...

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We Talk To Marcin Patrzalek

We Talk To Marcin Patrzalek

“I’d like to travel the world, and South Africa is the perfect place to start” By Louw Mulder Sometimes, when you get to experience pure talent reimagined, then brought to life by an artist of a young age, there are simply no words to describe the majestic sense of wonder. This was the case when Marcin Patrzalek gave me a personal one-on-one demonstration of only ...

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We Talk to Jann Klose

We Talk to Jann Klose

Jann Klose back in SA for his In Tandem Tour. by David Simmons If you haven’t heard the name Jann Klose before or been privy to his music for that matter, you may want to do some research! This award-winning pop singer and song writer has just launched his new Album In Tandem and together with an eclectic arrangement of tracks, Jann’s strong message shines ...

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We Talk to Annalize

We Talk to Annalize

Survived with Attitude and Luck. By Louw Mulder With the Top 3 survivors now known to the millions of viewers in this season of M-Net’s Survivor SA: Philippines, no one, not even herself, would have bet on this lady to be the dark horse of the season, making it to the final three. But the lucky Annalize Sainsbury outwit, outlasted and outplayed her fellow contestants, with only ...

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We Talked to Daniel Baron

We Talked to Daniel Baron

“It’s my Heart writing the songs” by Louw Mulder To have your heart broken, is most probably one of the most difficult things any person has to deal with. It is something we mostly keep to ourselves, trying to heal on a way unknown at that point in time. But then comes a talented artist, who represents his own heartache through music, and gives you ...

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Q&A with Swing City

Q&A with Swing City

The Swing has Swung, but Still Swinging Away! Q & A with Louw Mulder Recently, I have written a lot about how artists in South Africa must be innovative and perform out of the box in order to maintain a competitive advantage in the industry. A good example, is when you have three artists, each with his own unique style and genre, who combine their ...

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We Talk to Werner Bekker

We Talk to Werner Bekker

The man with the guitar! by Genevieve Vieira With so many new names entering the SA music scene, an artist who aims to make it in these markets, will have to offer something different, and display a unique set of characteristics, in order to be different. Werner Bekker, a 23-year-old singer and songwriter from Linden in Johannesburg, plays his guitar lying face-up on his lap. ...

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We Talked to Jarryd Nurden

We Talked to Jarryd Nurden

“There is always an opportunity outside the walls around you.” by Louw Mulder Most of the questions I normally get are from young, aspiring theatre performers, wanting to know where to start and how to get that foot in the door. But sometimes, a huge part of the success is totally up to yourself, and how eagerly you will do what it takes to get ...

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Ons Praat met Franci Swanepoel

Ons Praat met Franci Swanepoel

Die Ervare Glimlag agter Toeks. deur Louw Mulder As ‘n mens terug dink aan die eerste dae van Binnelanders, onthou ‘n mens vir Gys de Villiers in die rol van Dokter Zieg Combrink, sy vrou, wat gespeel is deur Elzette Marschalk, en ook die ervare Jürgen Helberg, wat die rol van Kitte vertolk het. Dan sien jy hierdie gesoute akteurs in die koffiewinkel sit, met ‘n ...

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Ons Praat met Reynardt Hugo

Ons Praat met Reynardt Hugo

Van Seep-Stêr tot Pop-Stêr… deur Louw Mulder Afrikaanse sepies in vandag se Suid-Afrika sorg vir vermaak. Dít is die woorde van Reynardt Hugo, of in Binneland-kringe beter bekend as Dokter Tertius Jonker. “Mense kan met ‘n karakter vereenselwig omdat hulle dalk iemand soos dit ken,” het Reynardt tydens my onderhoud verduidelik. “Dit is ook ‘n medium wat baie uitdagend is, en as dit reg gedoen word, verskriklik ...

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