Find South Africa's best plays, musicals, comedy shows and more
Rhumbelow to host Amy Winehouse tribute show
The Music of Amy Winehouse and “Best Friends” is a show that promises to be a real treat for fans, kicking off at Rhumbelow Theatre later this month.
A tribute to Elton John at Theatre on the Bay
Africa's ‘Prince of the Piano’, Ian von Memerty, will be paying tribute to the illustrious career of global ‘King of the Keyboard’, Elton John, at Theatre On The Bay this January.
Michael McIntyre takes Grand West
As part of his Big World Tour, one of Britain’s most popular comedians, Michael McIntyre, is headed to Cape Town.
Symphonic Shakespeare set to dazzle Maynardville
This January, the Maynardville Open Air Festival and the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra have partnered up to present Symphonic Shakespeare, featuring a range of popular orchestral music set to Shakespeare’s most popular works.
Local is lekker with a jazzy show at the Baxter
If you didn’t manage to catch Cape Jazz Is Lekker at The Baxter Theatre during December, you’re in luck: the show is running until Saturday, January 13 and promises to celebrate the rich culture of the local jazz scene.
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Classsic theatre shows coming up
Enjoy these classic tales that will be on show for all to enjoy in the next few weeks - some traditional and some with a modern twist.
A classical recital awaits at the Durban Jewish Centre
Friends of Music features the extraordinary talents of UK artists Miriam Kramer and Nicholas Durcan at the first recital of its 2018 series at the Durban Jewish Centre on January 16.
Rhumbelow to host Burns Night
Celebrate the best of Scottish culture with an evening of songs, stories and great fun at the Rhumbelow Theatre at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof on Wednesday, January 24.
Bollywood star heads to Sibaya
Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy an evening of world class entertainment with Bollywood star Rahul Jain at the Izulu Theatre at Sibiya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom just outside Umhlanga.
Cabaret the Cape Town way at The Artscape
On the back of their performance of a festive season favourite, The Nutcracker, the Cape Town City Ballet will be bringing the Mother City something a little more sexy.