Cape Town Boardwalk - April 30, 2014

What's On - Cape Town

• Visit Darling for an experience at Evita se Perron, where Pieter-Dirk Uys will entertain you with his satirical cluster of characters, including the legendary Evita Bezuidenhout. Running from April 26-May 4. Full programme info:

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Grant Jacobs in PaperBoy which runs from May 7  17 at the Galloway Theatre.

• Die Buffel and The Open Couple run from April 30 – May 10 at The Rosebank Theatre. Anton Chekhov (Die Buffel) and Dario Fo (The Open Couple) meet in a double bill.

• Autumn Season presented by graduating students of UCT Drama Department and directed by Christopher Weare. Info:

• Show and Tell runs from May 7-31 at The Kalk Bay Theatre. Show & Tell highlights the talents of pianists Michele Maxwell and Roland Perold. R90. Bookings:

• PaperBoy runs from May 7-17 at the Galloway Theatre. Grant Jacobs’ Standard Bank Ovation Award winner is a fast-paced comedy filled with colourful characters that takes a humorous but touching look at the ideas of self-fulfilment, ambition and truth. R100.

• From the Heart of Oom Schalk runs on May 3 at Rattlesnake Books, York Rd, Muizenberg. A one-hander with David Muller and directed by Celia Musikanth. 8pm. Tel: 074 924 9287.

• Venezia! Camerata Tinta Barocca concert will feature cellist Hans Huyssen on April 30 at the St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, cnrs. Buitengracht and Somerset Rd, Green Point. R100/R80. Tel: 083 684 7318.

• Amaza runs from May 5-14 at the Artscape Theatre. Amaza is an 18 cast member thriller set in a rural village in Transkei. A police detective stationed in Port Elizabeth is investigating a private and personal matter. 10:30am and 2pm. R40. Info via Computicket.

• Jhoomkaar (Let’s Dance) runs on May 3 at Artscape Theatre. Jhoomkaar is brought to you by the Vadhini Dance Company. 7:30pm. R100. Bookings via Computicket.

• Nothing but the Truth runs until May 2 at the Artscape Theatre. Acclaimed drama by John Kani tells the story of two brothers; one who went into exile during the apartheid years and died abroad, while the other stayed in South Africa. R40. Info:

• Cheaper than Roses runs until May 3 at the Baxter Concert Hall. The production is a heartwarming, unusual, funny and sad story of a woman who did not want to be “Cheaper than Roses”. 8.15pm. R110- R145. Bookings via Computicket.

• Docta Makumba plays May 1 at The Alexander Upstairs Theatre. Eric Omba & Friends are back with their blend of Cuban, Reggae, Salsa and Soul. 8pm. R80.

• Little Space Between on May 2 at The Alexander Upstairs Theatre. A series of improvised moments that will explore relationships through the personal connection we each have with love, sex and intimacy. 9pm. R90.

• Blood Brothers runs until April 30 at the Fugard. The production, adapted and directed by David Kramer, is produced by Pieter Toerien and Eric Abraham. 8pm. R90-R160. Bookings via Computicket.

• Undermined runs until May 3 at The Kalk Bay Theatre. Mashing up comic book and African storytelling, Undermined is the true tale of Madlebe, an ordinary man with an extraordinary gift. Directed by award-winning Tara Notcutt. Cast includes Luke Brown, Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi and Stefan Erasmus. R80. Booking

• Joe Barber VI-Life runs until May 10 at The Baxter Theatre. Cape Town comedy legends David Isaacs and Oscar Petersen take us on yet another crazy journey into the heart of their community. 8pm. R100 R130. Bookings via Computicket.

• Improguise every Monday at The Galloway Theatre. 8pm. Tel: 072 939 3351.

• Jou Ma se Comedy Club at The Pumphouse, V&A Waterfront. Today, 8.30pm. R80 at Computicket. See Call 021 447 7237.

• Comedy at Mercury Live, 43 De Villiers Street, Zonnebloem, on Wednesdays. Tickets from R30 at the door (open at 8pm). Stand-up comedy on the last Wednesday of the month. Call 021 465 2106.

• Comedy at Chilli Bar, 5 Victoria Road, Southfield, at 8pm on Thursdays. R30. See

• Comedy at Obviouzly Armchair, 135 Lower Main Road every Sunday. 8.30pm to 10.30pm.

• To appear in Boardwalk, e-mail all theatre-related information to Atiyyah Khan at Atzushka@ by Thursday afternoon.

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