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Doringrosie: Die Slapende Skone

Doringrosie: Die Slapende Skone

Add-Life Produksies se nuwe Panto bring kleur en klank deur Coen Jacobs Sprokiesverhale met hul elemente van woude, kastele, waters en koninkryke is al vir duisende jare deel van elke kultuur, veral stories wat op die verhoog in soveel vorms vertel word. Een van die bekendste sprokies, Doringrosie; Die slapende Skone, het pas geopen as die derde Afrikaanse pantomime deur Add-Life Produksies, na die sukesvolle ...

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Ons praat met Die Heuwels Fantasties

Ons praat met Die Heuwels Fantasties

Nuwe Album, OKAY! gaan fantastiese heuwels versit. deur Louw Mulder Almal ken teen hierdie tyd die naam van Die Heuwels Fantasties. In 2009 het hulle op die toneel verskyn met hulle eerste selfgetitelde album. Van daar af, het Wilder as die Wildtuin in 2011, Alles wat Mal is in 2010, en Ja. Nee. Lekker, in 2014 die lig gesien. Nou, drie jaar na hulle laaste album, ...

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Nitro Circus Live returns to SA this Summer

Nitro Circus Live returns to SA this Summer

Global Superstar Travis Pastrana to Ride in South Africa for the First Time Nitro Circus Live will return to South Africa this summer, with the high-adrenaline tour kicking off in Cape Town on Saturday, 21 October. The global action sports phenomenon will bring an all-new show with them, filled with unbelievable world firsts, spectacular tricks and mind-blowing stunts. Adding even more to the excitement, action sports ...

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Review: Ar Fur

Review: Ar Fur

The Legend of King Arthur meets Saturday Night Fever, in a zany highschool pantomime By Jaco Lotriet Stage and Screen has had the pleasure of reviewing many great stage productions over the last 10 years. When Hoёrskool Randburg invited us to their pantomime production, Ar-Fur, I couldn’t resist. Not knowing what to expect, I nestled comfortably into my seat at the Roodepoort Theatre. What was ...

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Sketchy Bongo as Bieber’s Supporting Act

Sketchy Bongo as Bieber’s Supporting Act

Big Concerts reveals Bieber’s Opening Act Global superstar Justin Bieber will be in South Africa for his Purpose World Tour in May 2017 and will feature prominent local producer & DJ Sketchy Bongo as the supporting act. Performing in Johannesburg on Sunday 14th May 2017 at FNB Stadium followed by Cape Town on Wednesday 17th May 2017 at Cape Town Stadium – With 947, KFM and M-Net ...

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Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance Academy “POP-UP” Workshops in South Africa

Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance Academy “POP-UP” Workshops in South Africa

Always wanted to dance with the dancers of Lord of the Dance? Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is excited to announce the “Pop-Up” Michael Flatley Dance Academy Workshops in conjunction with the 2017 South Africa tour of Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, beginning in August. The “Pop-up” workshops are for everyone to enjoy, whether you are a dancer, dance enthusiast or simply want to ...

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Review: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Review: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Priscilla, Phenomenal Fabulous Fun!! by Louw Mulder. After a sold-out season in Cape Town, with raving and praising reviews, it was time for Priscilla, Queen of the Desert to embark on its Johannesburg journey. Its run at the Artscape Theatre set the standard very high, and after the opening night in Johannesburg, Priscilla, the Musical, matched all expectations. Over the years, the South African Theatre ...

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Review: The Lumineers

Review: The Lumineers

The Lumineers Wowed crowd of 13 000 in South Africa. by Louw Mulder   When you are attending a Big Concerts production, you can be sure to have a very entertaining experience, no matter who or what you see. This was just yet again the case on Friday night when I got to see The Lumineers live during their second visit to the RSA. A ...

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Review: Love by Chance

Review: Love by Chance

RSA and USA collaboration to hit SA Big Screens by Coen Jacobs   As stated in the 2017 film Love by Chance “Everyone has something special inside of themselves”. This special something is the ingredient of our dreams, but it is yet to be discovered, developed, brought to life and matured to reach its full potential. Even more than that, it has to survive the ...

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We Talk to Duane Alexander and Anton Luitingh

We Talk to Duane Alexander and Anton Luitingh

“The only ego that matters, is the ego of the show” by Louw Mulder   There are a couple of good reasons why we can celebrate the healthy state of South African Theatre, especially if I look at a couple of the highly acclaimed and professional shows I have seen lately; like Annie, Sound Of Music, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and now, Priscilla. ...

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