Atterbury Theatre, cnr Daventry and Lynnwood rds, Lynnwood Bridge Centre, 012 471 1700, 082 841 0783, tickets at Computicket or the door:
Vocal Ensemble Workshop by the Malie Kelly Vocal Academy. 7pm. Today. R120.
Dark Side of the Moon – a tribute to Pink Floyd with Mel Botes and band. 8pm. Tomorrow. R140 to R180.
Atterbury Theatre Wine Club in collaboration with The Stellenbosch Wine Bar. February 3. Cost membership fees.
The Science of Our Times: Sex Determination and Gender by Professor Michael Pepper. 7pm. February 4. R100.
Prime Circle. 8pm. February 7.
Oscar en die Pienk Tannie, with Sandra Prinsloo. 8pm. Saturday, February 8 and 4pm, Sunday, February 9. R130 to R150.
Bobby Van Jaarsveld and band. 8pm. February 12. R130 to R150.
Koos, Cohen, Dylan & Liefde – Valentine’s Day with Koos van der Merwe and sparkling wine. 8pm. February 14. R150 to R180.
Barnyard Theatre, Parkview Shopping Centre, cnr Garsfontein Rd and Netcare St, Moreleta Park, Pretoria, 012 368 1555:
Strictly No 1’s. Chart toppers and milestones. Ends March 9; Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays 2pm. R95 to R150.
Beauty and the Beast, a pantomime. February 15. 2pm. R90.
University of Pretoria, Lynnwood Rd, Pretoria, 012 420 3644:
Musaion, 012 420 2947/4183:
Johannesburg International Mozart Festival: Professor Josef Protschka from the Cologne Conservertoire in Austria will give vocal master classes to 10 selected South African singers. You are welcome to listen and watch him at work. Monday, February 3 to Saturday, February 8. R150, R135 pensioners, students. Book by calling 011 447 9264.
Lunch-hour concerts: Every Thursday at 12.40pm to 13.20pm. Free. February 6 – award-winning students from the Joburg School of Arts.
February 13 – Gauteng Opera Group, previously known as Black Tie.
February 20 – Piano Spectacular, Music department piano students.
Johannesburg International Mozart Festival: Organ recital by Martin Haselbock, performing works by Keril, Forberger, Mozart, Krenek, Cerha, Heiler and his own compositions . Tomorrow. 8pm. R80 at the door, R60 pensioners/students.
Masker Theatre, 012 420 3644:
Centurion Theatre, 123 Amcor Rd, Lyttelton Manor: 012 664 7859/8710;
Shows start 8pm, booking as above.
Glittergun for Ceilings, Comes with Cartridges. An evening of songs with Nataniël, accompanied by pianist Charl du Plessis, Werner Spies (bass) and Hugo Radyn (drums). No under-15s. Ends February 15.
Eldo Little Theatre, 26 Christopher St, Centurion, 084 525 9585.
Woordfees: Sand and Melusine van Arcadia will be staged as a double bill before heading to Stellenbosch. Sand is written by Jannes Erasmus, directed by Quintin Wils and stars by Carina Nel. Melusine van Arcadia is written and directed by Corne Joubert and stars Zia Sonnekus, Stephanie Gericke and Sharlien Schwartz. February 6 to 8. R90 for the double bill.
Pierneef Theatre, cnr Pierneef and Mogg aves, Villieria: 012 329 0709, tickets at the door:
André Swiegers. Friday. 7pm.
Kinderteater with Sonja Herholdt – Sonja en Tjokker. Saturday, February 1. 10am. For children aged up to 10 years. R65.
Never Leave a Story Unsung. Kristof Steenhaut with songs and stories. Saturday. 7pm. R90, R80.
Bobby van Jaarsveld. Friday, February 7. 7pm.
Hansie en Grietjie. Saturday, February 8. 10am.
Die Grafsteensangers: Nostalgies – songs from the past 15 years. Saturday, February 8 at 3pm and 7pm.
Von West (Tenor Dewald Von Solms and rocker Pieter West). Songs from their first cd as well as love songs and new songs. Wednesday, February 12. 7pm.
Valentine’s picnic with Jannie du Toit. Bring your picnic basket and enjoy an evening by candlelight with Jannie du Toit, Clinton Zerf and Susan Mouton. The concert is in aid of the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities of SA. Friday, February 14. 7pm. R120 adults, R100 children, students and pensioners.
Sun City: 014 557 1144:
Chinese New Year is celebrated on Friday and Saturday. Sumptuous feasts will be supplied at all the hotels, Lion and Dragon dances at the Monkey Spring Plaza, followed by fireworks at 10.30pm. For info call 014 557 1103.
Call for independent productions:
The South African State Theatre is offering South African theatre practitioners the opportunity to stage their work at two of its theatre spaces, the Momentum theatre and the Intimate theatre, for the period July to March 2015, under the banner of its independent theatre programme STIPP (The State Theatre Independent Productions Programme).
STIPP offers a platform to independent theatre practitioners where they can stage their productions at the State Theatre with no venue charges and receive technical support including the usage of State Theatre resources such as décor, costume, marketing and a fee of R25 000 for each production.
The independent producers will receive 60 percent of the door takings.