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Auditions for Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler will be held at 57 Promenade Road, Lakeside, tomorrow at 7pm and on Saturday at 2pm. E-mail email@example.com or call 083 611 1419 for more information.
Tim Firth’s Calendar Girls is at the Masque Theatre from Friday to November 24. Book at 021 788 1898. The Claremont Dramatic Society will be giving a percentage of every ticket sold for Calendar Girls to The Sunflower Fund. Calendars with the actresses in a state of tasteful undress will be sold for the same charity at R100 each.
The Tygerberg Children’s Choir Christmas Concerts at the Endler Hall in Stellenbosch this Sunday (3pm), November 18 (3pm) and 24 (8pm). Tickets cost R90, R70 for students and scholars at Computicket.
Mark Haze launches his album, Where Angels Fear To Fly, at Villa Pascal in Durbanville on Saturday. Tickets: from R80 at 021 975 2566.
See Pinocchio and The Lollos in Ooh La La South Africa at Winners inside the Golden Valley Casino on Saturday. Tickets are R20.
Cape Classique Trio present music by Fanny Mendelssohn and Anton Arensky at the Masque Theatre on Sunday. Book at 021 788 1898.
Alexander Upstairs, 76 Strand Street, features jazzers Swartznelfjord today, the Salon de L’Amour burlesque dance performance on Thursday and Friday and the I Am What I Am musical on Friday and Saturday. Tickets can be booked at 021 300 1652.
The Sewing Machine, starring Sandra Prinsloo, is at the Baxter Theatre until Saturday. Tickets: R95 to R160 at Computicket.
In Aviva On Aviva, Aviva Pelham talks about her career and life at Casa Labia Cultural Centre in Muizenburg tomorrow. Noon. Tickets are R75.
Welsh artists collaborate with the Zip Zap Circus, Amampondo and more in Torchbearers, which tells of the love between a Zulu girl and a Welsh boy during apartheid. At Artscape Theatre from Thursday to Saturday. Tickets: R60 at the box office and Computicket.
An Audience With Pieter-Dirk Eish runs at the Baxter Theatre until November 17. Tickets: R100 to R140 at Computicket and the box office.
Pianist Mario Nell alongside soprano Magdalene Minnaar and flautist Liesl Stoltz in Vuurvoël at the Cape Town Central Library Drill Hall in Darling Street on Friday. Tickets: R80 or R100. Call Magdalene Minnaar at 076 835 6561 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Award-winning playwright Nicholas Spagnoletti presents Special Thanks To Guests From Afar at the Artscape Theatre from Thursday to Saturday, November 13-17 and 20-24. Tickets: R50 to R85 at Computicket and at the box office
Pianist Konstantin Scherbakov performs with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra at the Cape Town City Hall in Darling Street on Thursday. Tickets are available at Computicket.
Hugh Masekela’s musical play, Songs of Migration, is at the Artscape Theatre in DF Malan Road from tomorrow to Sunday. Tickets are priced from R100 at Computicket and at the box office.
Martin Evans, the 2011 Standard Bank Ovation Award for Comedy winner, brings his hilarious FBPK to the Kalk Bay Theatre in Kalk Bay from tomorrow until November 24. Tickets are R95 and can be booked at www.kbt.co.za
The next instalment of the Raise The Roof concert series in aid of repairing the St Georges Cathedral roof features the likes of pianist, Francois du Toit at the Cathedral in Wale Street tomorrow. Tickets are R90.
Illusionist Gilan Gork presents Beyond The Mind at Theatre On The Bay from tomorrow to November 24. Tickets: R120 to R160 at Computicket or the box office at 021 438 3301. Ticket holders are asked to bring along an old spoon or fork to the show.
The Poor Artist Collective presents Eden at the Intimate Theatre at the UCT Hiddingh Campus until November 17. Tickets are R60.
Pechakucha Volume 21 takes place at The Assembly today at 7pm. Free. 20 images x 20 seconds offers a platform for nine speakers to share their thoughts and ideas on their subject of choice.
Normality, starring Pedro Kruger, is at the Baxter Theatre until Saturday. Tickets: R95 to R160 at Computicket.
Catch Evita Bezuidenhout in various shows at Evita se Perron in Darling every Saturday and Sunday at 2pm. Tickets can be booked at 022 492 3930.
Clinton Viljoen and Marshall Hartogh will play jazz, pop, soul and more at the Jackson Hall at the GrandWest Casino every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday in November. Free.
The GrandWest Open Mic Jazz Competition finals at Hanover Street inside the GrandWest Casino tomorrow. Free.
Comedy at Mercury Live, 43 De Villiers Street, Zonnebloem. From R30 at the door.
Comedy at Chilli Bar, 5 Victoria Rd, Southfield. R30. For more info visit www.thechillibar.co.za
TheatreSports at Kalk Bay Theatre on Tuesdays at 8.30pm. R50 adults, R40 students. Book at www.kbt.co.za
Funny Bones stand-up comedy every Tuesday at the Purple Turtle, cnr Long and Shortmarket streets, CBD. 8pm. R30. Call 021 424 0811.
Comedy On Monday Evenings (C.O.M.E) at Ragazzi Club, 33 Long Street, CBD. 9pm. R40. Call 079 616 6333.
Comedy on Long at Zula Sound Bar every Wednesday. Call 021 424 2442.
Comics at Work every Sunday at Obz Café, Observatory. R20. Bookings: 021 448 5555.
Kurt Schoonraad’s Jou Ma Se Comedy Club at the River Club, Observatory, on Thursdays at 8.30pm. Tickets R40 to R80 at www.webtickets.co.za. Call 079 495 3989.
Computicket: 083 915 8000 or www.computicket.com
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