The New Revitalised Young Performers Production

By | 21st May, 2019|

Curtain Up! Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 16 May – 2 June This year’s Young Performers Project, Curtain Up! opened to huge critical acclaim at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on UKZN campus where it runs until 2 [...]

The New, Revitalised Curtain Up! Opens This Week

By | 14th May, 2019|

The new revitalised Young Performers Production: ‘CURTAIN UP!’ Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 16 May – 2 June 2019 The newly-invigorated Young Performers Project is re-staging a reprise of its very first production, Curtain Up! at the [...]

KickstArt Presents Charlotte’s Web

By | 10th May, 2019|

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 13 June - 7 July 2019 KickstArt’s Greg King directs and designs Charlotte’s Web, the charming and timeless children’s book by E.B White, which comes to the Elizabeth Sneddon theatre on UKZN [...]

Calling All Teachers Of The Arts

By | 7th May, 2019|

Hilton Arts Festival Hilton College: 13 – 15 September Jongosi Youth Day CALLING ALL TEACHERS OF THE ARTS!! Would you like your school / drama students to spend a day seeing three different productions, taking [...]

King Of Broken Things

By | 26th April, 2019|

Written and Directed by Michael Taylor-Broderick Performed by Cara Roberts Seabrooke's Theatre, DHS Thursday 25 and Friday 26 April, 19h30 The world does its best to break everyone and everything, but afterwards most things are [...]

Putting on the Glitz

By | 8th March, 2019|

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 3 – 7 April Its glitzy, its glamorous – it’s Ian von Memerty, together with his ‘better half’, Vivienne in their latest production Putting on the Glitz, coming to the Elizabeth Sneddon [...]

Olive Schreiner Prize Presented To Neil Coppen’s Tin Buck Drum

By | 20th February, 2019|

Neil Coppen’s Tin Bucket Drum, wins English Academy of Southern Africa Olive Schreiner Prize Wits University Press is delighted to announce that Neil Coppen’s play, Tin Bucket Drum, has won the English Academy of Southern [...]

USiza – An Adaptation Of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

By | 12th February, 2019|

DUT Drama Studies presents its annual IsiZulu Production: USiza An adaptation of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Courtyard Theatre, DUT: 1-8 March 2019 nightly at 6 pm DUT Drama Studies presents its annual isiZulu production, USiza - [...]

The Show Must Go On….

By | 10th February, 2019|

Performers Ian von Memerty and Gino Fabbri are doing a pop-up mini-tour of KZN as they take their comedy / music show Common and Class to the suburbs since their show was closed down by [...]

Common & Class

By | 31st January, 2019|

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 6 - 17 February Two riotously hilarious and versatile performers in a laugh-a-minute clash of cultures. The ultra-classy Ian von Memerty (Strictly Come Dancing, SA’s Got Talent and A Handful of Keys) [...]

New SA Tour Of Russian Ballet For 2019

By | 29th January, 2019|

Playhouse Opera on Saturday 9 March at 2pm and 6pm Russian cultural impresario, Edouard Miasnikov, has announced the 2019 tour of the Royal Moscow Ballet to South Africa presenting three pieces: Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet [...]

Fresh Weather At Fresha Festival

By | 21st January, 2019|

Fresha Festival 2019 Durban North Beach: 18 – 20 Jan Not even the dull drizzly weather could dampen the third annual Fresha Festival of free fun family al-fresco theatre staged on Durban’s North Beach over [...]

Fresha Festival 2019

By | 7th January, 2019|

Durban North Beach: 18 – 20 January 2019 The Fresha Festival of free fun family al-fresco theatre will be staged for the third time on Durban’s North Beach at the end of the school holidays [...]

KickstArt’s Cinderella – Review By Chris Sutton (The Rat Line)

By | 13th December, 2018|

The best things in life are stories. I was blessed with a Grandfather and Father who were great story tellers.They instilled in me the knowledge that a life of thrill and adventure was only a [...]

KickstArt’s Cinderella Is Back

By | 23rd November, 2018|

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 7 Dec- 6 Jan DURBAN: This year’s Kickstart annual festive season family pantomime is a magical, brand new production of everybody’s favourite fairy tale about the kitchen maid with the heart of [...]

Le Petit Prince – Review By Chris Sutton

By | 5th November, 2018|

In celebration of the book's 75th anniversary, the Alliance Française de Durban, the Durban University of Technology, and the French Institute of South Africa have collaborated to stage an African-inspired adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's [...]