Interview With Byron McNeil: Singing For His Supper (Instead Of Cooking It)

By | 22nd May, 2018|

Words by Adrian Rorvik Young actor Byron McNeil, a charmer with a delightful bass singing voice, makes his first appearance in a KickStart production, starring as a knight in Camelot, Lerner and Loewe’s glorious musical [...]

Review Of KickstArt’s Camelot By Chris Sutton

By | 21st May, 2018|

The folklore of King Arthur and his utopian dream of a fair and good world has been the stuff of legend for 100’s of years. Some versions of the tale focus on the concept of [...]

The Fashions Of Camelot

By | 21st May, 2018|

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 18 May – 3 June Pictured are cast members from KickstArt’s new musical Camelot which opens this weekend and tells the magical tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round [...]

If You Love Her, Shower Her With Flowers.

By | 10th May, 2018|

KickstArt’s Camelot Mother’s Day: Sunday 13 May ‘The rose is the flower and handmaiden of love – the lily, her fair associate, is the emblem of beauty and purity.’ Dorothea Dix Rising star, young actor [...]

The Knights Of Star Wars!

By | 4th May, 2018|

May the fourth be with you! To many, today is believed to be Star Wars day, playing with the pun May the Force be with you! Related to Geek Pride Day, the fun day has [...]

Camelot

By | 25th April, 2018|

Lerner and Loewe’s glorious musical about the life and times of King Arthur Camelot Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 18 May – 3 June 2018 Hot on the heels of the delicious The Play that Goes Wrong, [...]

Wushwini Gala Fundraising Dinner

By | 18th April, 2018|

Wushwini Pan African Centre for Arts Culture and Heritage Pan African Evening ICC: 26 April 2018 Appropriately ahead of Freedom Day, the Wushwini Pan African Centre for Arts Culture and Heritage will be hosting an [...]

Triskaidekaphobia on Stage

By | 13th April, 2018|

Today is Friday 13th – one of two Friday 13 this year (the other one is in July). Officially known as “Triskaidekaphobia”, which is the fear of Friday 13th, people are often nervous of bad [...]

Review Of KickstArt’s Play That Goes Wrong By Chris Sutton

By | 9th April, 2018|

I can honestly say that this is the most hilarious pieces of theatre that I have ever seen. So if you are in for a busy Monday and don’t have time to read the whole [...]

Today is World Theatre Day!

By | 27th March, 2018|

If you ever doubt magic's existence, just walk into a theatre. You are immersed into a completely different world involving talent, human contact, effort, creativity and of course, magic. World Theatre Day was initiated in [...]

DUT Drama Students To Travel To Germany

By | 21st March, 2018|

Taming of the Shrew Folkwang Shakespeare Festival: 11-23 April An innovating telling by DUT Drama and Production Studies’ students under the direction of Prof. Deborah Arlene Lütge of one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies: The [...]

KicstArt Presents The Play That Goes Wrong

By | 14th March, 2018|

“Choreographed Mayhem” The Independent Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 6 - 29 April 2018 Durban: The KickstArt 2018 year kicks off with the delicious award-winning new hit comedy: The Play that Goes Wrong which will be staged [...]

“Things Left Unsaid”

By | 8th March, 2018|

Flatfoot Dance Company presents its 15th anniversary celebratory season of dance theatre Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 21 – 25 March 2018 In a remarkable feet of perseverance in the arts, Durban’s inimitable Flatfoot Dance Company celebrates [...]

KickstArt 2018 Programme

By | 28th February, 2018|

The year of Mega, Majestic, Mayhem, Magic, Merry and Mythical Adventures Top Durban theatre producers, KickstArt, have announced a full programme of four productions for 2018: a fun comedy; a magical musical; a delightful children’s [...]

Durban Enjoys A Feast Of Tchaikovsky

By | 22nd February, 2018|

KZNPO 2018 Summer Season: Playhouse: Thurs 22 Feb at 7.30pm Royal Moscow Ballet: Playhouse: Sat 10 March at 2pm and 6pm Tribute to Tchaikovsky: Lovers of the music of great Russian composer, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, [...]

Auditions For Dim-Dep, Musical Environmental Production

By | 14th February, 2018|

Auditions for Dim-Dep a musical project focusing on the environment, will take place at the Bat Centre, Durban’s small craft harbour, from 19-21 February. Popular musician and theatre producer, Atlas Philani Duma, brings back his [...]