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lSee Nik Rabinowitz and Hot Water in Celebrating the Communiversity at the Baxter Theatre today. R150 to R295 at Computicket.
lThe Darling Music Experience takes place at various venues in Darling over two weekends, from Friday to February 17. Tickets vary in price. Info: 022 492 3361.
lCape Town City Ballet’s Giselle is at the Masque Theatre from Thursday to Saturday. Bookings: 021 788 1898.
lThe Readings Upstairs present How Not To Learn at the Alexander Bar, Café and Theatre, CBD, on Saturday at 3pm. R50 at www.alexanderbar.co.za/ shows-upstairs
lThe Suidooster Arts Festival takes place at the Artscape Theatre from tomorrow until Sunday. Info: www.artscape.co.za/festivals/ suidoosterfees/3/Cached
lNigel Pierce, Stuart Taylor and Kurt Schoonraad star in Men’s Issue at the Baxter Theatre until February 23. R65 to R120 at Computicket and the box office.
lPowered by ImproGuise, Cape Town’s first Improv Festival takes place at the Kalk Bay Theatre until Saturday. R60 at www.kbt.co.za
lJazzart Dance Theatre trainees present Destination... Lerato, a show about their struggles and triumphs that came with growing up through dance. Artscape Theatre from Friday to Sunday. R70 at Computicket and the box office.
lFestival Productions presents Bill Solly and Donald Ward’s musical comedy, Boy Meets Boy, at the Artscape Arena in June and July. Auditions take place on Saturday and on February 16. To audition, call Issy on 021 433 0923 after 2pm.
lAlistair Izobell’s tribute show, Slick Swing, is at the GrandWest Roxy Revue Bar every Wednesday to Saturday from Friday until March 30. R78 at Computicket.
lRiaad Moosa’s What Next is at the Baxter Theatre from Thursday to Saturday. R80 at Computicket and the box office.
lSiv Ngesi, Liam Bento and Mum-Z deliver comedy sets at Bay Harbour Comedy Club tomorrow. Tickets: from R70 and at www.bayharbour.co.za/ quicket.aspx or at the door.
lCatch the ballet Giselle at the Maynardville Open-Air Theatre until February 17. R110 to R130 at Computicket.
lShakespeare’s “lost play”Cardenio is reimagined at the Maynardville Open-Air Theatre until February 16. Music by Michael Tuffin, designs Dicky Longhurst. R55 to R160 at Computicket.
lDirty Dancing, the stage musical, is at the Artscape Theatre until Sunday. R100 to R400 at Computicket or the box office on 021 410 9800.
lCatch various artists in the Lunch @The Konserve concerts at the Stellenbosch Konservatorium on Thursdays at 1.10pm. Free.
lThe Three Little Pigs, a psychological thriller based on the fable, is at the Golden Arrow Studio at The Baxter Theatre until Saturday. R60 to R120 at Computicket or the box office.
lMadame Zingara is back with The Miracle Show at the V&A Waterfront until February 28. R385 to R475 on 086 162 3263. Price includes a four-course meal.
lCatch A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Maynardville Open-Air Theatre until February 23. R100 to R160 at Computicket.
lEnjoy the Tuesday Jazz Sessions at Alexander Bar, Café and Theatre, CBD. Book at 021 300 1652.
lComedy at Mercury Live, 43 De Villiers Street, Zonnebloem. Tickets from R30 at the door. Call 021 465 2106.
lComedy at Chilli Bar, 5 Victoria Road, Southfield. R30. For more information go to www.thechillibar.co.za
lTheatreSports at Kalk Bay Theatre on Tuesdays at 8.30pm. R50 adults, R40 students. Book at www.kbt.co.za
lFunny Bones every Tuesday at Purple Turtle, cnr Long and Shortmarket streets,CBD. 8pm. R30. Call 021 424 0811.
lComedy On Monday Evenings (also referred to as C.O.M.E.) at Ragazzi Club, 33 Long Street. 9pm. R40. Call 079 616 6333.
lComedy on Long at Zula Sound Bar every Wednesday. Call 021 424 2442.
lComics at Work every Sunday at Obz Café, Observatory. R20. For bookings call 021 448 5555.
lKurt Schoonraad’s Jou Ma Se Comedy Club at the River Club, Observatory, on Thursdays at 8.30pm. R40 to R80 at webtickets.co.za. Call 079 495 3989.
lComputicket: 083 915 8000 or www.computicket.com
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