Alice In Wonderland Review By Chris Sutton (The RatLine)

By | 5th December, 2019|

Betterer and Betterer! KickstArt have trumped the deck with this year's pantomime! Alice in Wonderland was not my favourite story when I was a child. When opening a gift of a richly illustrated edition I [...]

KickstArt’s Alice in Wonderland

By | 26th November, 2019|

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre 29 November 2019 to 5 January 2020 KickstArt's family end-of-year 2019 pantomime is a spectacular new production based on the classic book by Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, which comes to [...]

#HeTwo Review By Chris Sutton (The RatLine)

By | 21st November, 2019|

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu said that "Evita Bezuidenhout is not a woman, Evita Bezuidenhout is a legend." 25 years after his veritable tent full of clowns relinquished power to a new dispensation, Pieter-Dirk Uys still [...]

Here Kitty Kitty

By | 19th November, 2019|

Pieter Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout together in #HeTwo: Evita Exposed Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Dbn: 19 – 24 Nov Enjoying a quiet moment after setting up for his show, entertainer Pieter Dirk Uys opted to [...]

Q&A #HeTwo: Pieter Dirk Uys Exposed

By | 14th November, 2019|

The Hexagon, Pmb: 14 – 16 Nov Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Dbn: 19 – 24 Nov Multi– award winning, multifaceted South African performer, author, satirist and social activist, Pieter Dirk Uys returns to KZN to perform [...]

#HeTwo

By | 31st October, 2019|

Pieter Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout together in #HeTwo is coming to KZN! The Hexagon, Pietermaritzburg: 14 – 16 November Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Durban: 18 – 24 November "It's a class act … the evergreen [...]

Private Lives Review By Chris Sutton (The Ratline)

By | 28th October, 2019|

Written by Noel Coward in 1929, during a time where the moneyed classes were, in the main, educated in the classics which resulted in them entering adulthood long on romanticism and rather short on pragmatism; [...]

We Love Paris In The Springtime!

By | 26th October, 2019|

KickstArt Presents Private Lives by Noel Coward Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 24 Oct - 3 Nov & Alliance Francaise de Durban, The Market Theatre Lab & IFAS present Ionesco’s Rhinoceros The Courtyard Theatre, DUT: Fri 25 [...]

A Feast Of Words!

By | 24th October, 2019|

Gcinamasiko Arts & Heritage Trust presents National Storytelling Day Bluff Showgrounds opp Bluff Towers: Thurs 24 Oct, 11am until 3pm & Botho Heritage Festival 2019 Wushwini, Inanda Dam: Wed 23 – Sun 27 Oct & [...]

Botho Heritage Festival 2019

By | 22nd October, 2019|

Wushwini: from 23 to 27 October Wushwini Pan African Centre alongside Inanda Dam stages its ground-breaking Botho Heritage Festival festival from 23 October until 27 October. Wushwini Pan African Centre, spearheaded by its founder, Jerry [...]

Review for Empatheatre’s Lalela Uhwande by Jean van Elden

By | 17th October, 2019|

Review for Empatheatre's Lalela Uhwande by Jean van Elden on behalf of Artsmart - https://artsmart.co.za/ This is a must-see production for both young and old as it calls South Africans to action to be involved [...]

#HeTwo

By | 15th October, 2019|

Pieter Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout together in #HeTwo is coming to KZN! The Hexagon, Pietermaritzburg: 14 – 16 November Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Durban: 18 – 24 November "It's a class act … the evergreen [...]

Private Lives By Noel Coward

By | 3rd October, 2019|

KickstArt Presents... Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 24 October to 3 November KickstArt is staging the delicious, sophisticated and enormously funny Noel Coward evergreen, Private Lives, at the Elizabeth Sneddon theatre from 24 October until 3 November. [...]

Listen To The Sea

By | 2nd October, 2019|

Empatheatre presents Lalela uLwandle Square Space Theatre Durban, UKZN: 15 – 19 October 2019 Lalela uLwandle (isiZulu for ‘listen to the Sea’) is an interactive immersive theatre and public storytelling experience, led by the Empatheatre [...]

Kerry Hiles Is Judy Garland

By | 10th September, 2019|

Hilton Arts Festival: 13 – 15 September “Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could all be a little bit more gentle with each other, and a little more loving, have a little more empathy, and [...]

Shall We Dance Review By Chris Sutton (The Rat Line)

By | 7th September, 2019|

The majestic Playhouse retains its wonderful charm and sense of opulence. It's bar, longer than a politicians wrap sheet, is just the place to enjoy a soothing libation before the show, or during the interval; [...]