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Review: Kinky Boots

Review: Kinky Boots

These Kinky Boots are made to kick some closed-minded butt!  by Betty Bangles   Daaaahlings! I took a trip down to Cape Town and with lots of thanks to The Fugard Theatre and Stage and Screen, I got to see Kinky Boots, and now I have something to say…. I first saw Kinky Boots two years ago on Broadway and fell in love with the ...

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Win Tickets to Equus

Win Tickets to Equus

Come see the intense Equus for yourself! With thanks to Pieter Toerien Productions, we are giving away 10 sets of tickets to Equus, currently running at the Pieter Toerien’s Montecasino Theatre. When teenager Alan Strang’s pathological fascination leads him to brutally blind six horses in a Hampshire stable, psychiatrist Dr. Martin Dysart is tasked with uncovering the motive behind the boy’s violent act. As Dysart ...

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Equus

Equus

A Raw, yet Intense Manipulation for the love of the Stage. by Louw Mulder During the last 12 odd years, I have written ample reviews about entertaining theatre shows that effortlessly tell the story, requiring no effort from the patron to understand the subject matter. But this is certainly not the case with Peter Shaffer’s Equus, which I saw this weekend at Pieter Toerien’s Montecasino ...

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Adam: Iets in die Water

Adam: Iets in die Water

SA se Top Boy Band bring roering in die Water. Uit die pen van Hugo Ludik, Reynardt Hugo en Nerine Gardiner, stel ADAM hulle nuutste enkelsnit, Iets In Die Water, bekend. “Ek het die inspirasie gekry toe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters die titel van Mej Heelal ingepalm het in 2017. Ek het gedink Suid-Afrika het al so baie skoonheidstitels verower en met al die ADAM-toere, het ons besef dat Suid-Afrika regtig ...

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Review: Langarm

Review: Langarm

The History and Sounds of Cape Town create this Perfect Mosaic of Musical Theatre. by Louw Mulder The wonder, awe and art of theatre is very special to the team at Stage and screen. When I visited the Fugard Theatre in Cape Town this past December, the level of specialness was magnified in such a way, that the theatre outing in its whole became one of ...

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A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

Adaptation of a Christmas Classic back by Popular Demand! VR Theatrical expands to collaborate with various artists under the banner Crewworks, to bring to the stage Charles Dickens’ Evergreen tale of redemption, A Christmas Carol, with Jason K. Ralph as Scrooge, and Naret Loots as Everyone-one-Else, in this 2-hander adaptation by Elizma Badenhorst. Bah, Haumbug! The famous exclamation of Ebenezer Scrooge will be heard this ...

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Review: Matilda The Musical

Review: Matilda The Musical

From Page to Stage: Matilda is the musical of the year! By: David Simmons There is a refreshing satisfaction when one leaves a theatre after a musical with children at its core. Think back to the timeless musicals you have seen not only as a child, but also more recently on our South African stages. The Sound Of Music comes to mind with unique and ...

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Wen jou eie DVD van Stroomop

Wen jou eie DVD van Stroomop

Stroomop is Nou op DVD en DStv Box Office! Met die komplimente van die Vervaardigers, het ons twee DVD’s van Stroomop om weg te gee. Die opwindende avontuurverhaal, Stroomop, ook die film as Ivan Botha se regisseursdebuut, is al deur 116 999 kykers ondersteun en het al na beraming sowat R7 434 677 by die plaaslike lokette verdien het.  Stroomop op DVD is nou beskikbaar, en kan ook ...

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Review: Tap Dogs

Review: Tap Dogs

High-Adrenaline, Full-Voltage Tap Tour kicks off in SA! by Louw Mulder After kicking myself in 2013 for only seeing the show once, I was delighted to have learnt that Dein Perry’s Tap Dogs would return to South Africa this year, to showcase the very best in Tap at Montecasino’s Teatro as well as a limited run in Cape Town. This week, I had the privilege ...

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Resensie: Stroomop

Resensie: Stroomop

Eerste Ivan Botha Film bring ‘n Aksie-Drama oor Innerlike Genesing. deur Louw Mulder Ons almal weet hoe krities ons Afrikaner mense kan wees, en as dit kom by hierdie spesifieke onderwerp, moet ek maar erken dat ek self skuldig was. Baie van ons het gedink dat die sukses van Pad na Jou Hart en Vir Altyd die norm gaan wees van ‘n Ivan Botha en Donnalee Roberts ...

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