Thato Machona and Violina Anguelov star in Leonard Bernstein’s opera Trouble In Tahiti at the Fugard Theatre in District Six tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. 7.30pm. Tickets: R90 at the box office and Computicket.
Matthew Lewis and Andrew Laubscher star in Mafeking Road, a physical theatre piece based on stories by Herman Charles Bosman, at the Kalk Bay Theatre from tomorrow until September 8. Tickets: R115. Book at www.kbt.co.za
Director Thami Mbongo’s Uborn at the Delft South Rent Office on Essenhout Road, Delft, from Friday to Sunday. Tickets: R20 at the door.
An adaptation of JM Coetzee’s novel, Waiting for the Barbarians, is directed by Albert Marine and stages at the Baxter Theatre from Thursday to September 6. 7pm. Tickets: R80 to R100 at the box office and Computicket.
Set in Berlin’s Kit Kat Club, Cabaret is at Theatre On The Bay until September 9. Stars Samantha Peo. Directed by Steven Stead. 8pm. Tickets: R100 to R325 at the box office and Computicket
The Short and Sweet Film Festival that screens a selection of music videos, animations and short films will take place at the Wunderbar Theatre on Tuesdays at 7.30pm. Tickets: R25 from www.webtickets.com
Vlooi en die Reenboog/Kipper and the Rainbow is at the Artscape Theatre until August 31. Tickets: R50 at Computicket and the box office.
The Cape Philharmonic Orchestra performs a Symphony Concert at the Cape Town City Hall on Darling Street in the CBD on Thursday. Tickets are priced from R60.
Bovim Ballet Company presents Queen at the Ballet, a meeting of classical ballet and musical icons Queen, at the Baxter Theatre until Saturday. Tickets: R150 to R180 at Computicket.
Nick Hall’s comedy Eat your Heart Out is at the Masque August Festival at the Masque Theatre in Muizenberg from until Saturday. Tickets: R100 including supper. Book at 021 788 1898.
Catch Natasha Meister, Mother City Mojo, Johnny Blundell and Jamie Jupiter at Die Boer in Durbanville on Friday. Tickets: R80 at the door.
The Graça Comedy Showdown heats that lead up to the Nando’s Comedy Festival take place at Mercury Live, 43 De Villiers Street, Zonnebloem, today and on Tuesday, August 21. Tickets: from R30 at the door.
Bryan Miles performs magic at the College Of Magic, 215 Lansdowne Road (corner Belvedere) in Claremont on Friday and Saturday. Tickets: R70.
Kat and the Kings, the legendary musical written by David Kramer and the late Taliep Petersen, is at The Fugard Theatre until Saturday. Tickets: R100 to R150 at Computicket or call 021 461 4554.
The Western Cape Youth Music Festival is at the Artscape Theatre on Saturday. 7.30pm. Tickets: R80 at Computicket.
Tuesday Comedy Night at Mercury, De Villiers Street, Zonnebloem. R30. Book by calling 079 616 6333.
Comedy Thursday at Chilli Bar, 5 Victoria Road, Southfield. R30 at www.thechillibar.co.za
TheatreSports at Kalk Bay Theatre on Tuesdays at 8.30pm. R52.50 adults, R42.50 students. Beer and burger: R50. Book at www.kbt.co.za
Funny Bones stand-up comedy every Tuesday at the Purple Turtle, corner Long and Shortmarkets streets, CBD. 8pm. R30. Call 021 424 0811.
Comedy On Monday Evenings (aka C.O.M.E) at Ragazzi Club, 33 Long Street, CBD. 9pm. R40. Book by calling 079 616 6333.
Comedy On Long at Zula Bar in Long Street, CBD. Features various comics every Wednesday. Call 021 424 2442.
Comics at Work every Sunday at Obz Café, Main Road, Observatory. R20. Book by calling 021 448 5555.
Kurt Schoonraad’s Jou Ma Se Comedy Club at the River Club, Observatory, on Thursdays at 8.30pm. Book at webtickets.co.za. Call 079 495 3989.
Computicket: 083 915 8000 or www.computicket.com
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