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Bill Zurich

Paeper’s spectacular ‘Spartacus’ thrills

Some masterpieces are diminished by reworking, while others are enriched in the process. Veronica Paeper’s Spartacus belongs to the latter category.

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Suzy Bernstein

Tim fills gulf between sexes with laughter

Tim Plewman, aka the timeless troglodyte, attacks his updated material with a gusto as he defends the caveman with Rob Becker’s scintillating script.

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Cape Town Gig Guide - June 26, 2015

What’s happening in and around Cape Town this week.

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Reznek on ageing: women in transition
February 10 2015 at 11:18

I Turned Around and She Was Gone marks award-winning actress and drama teacher Jennie Reznek’s first solo stage performance in more than two decades

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Strong line-up for Afrikaans literary fest
February 5 2015 at 14:52

Woordfees, the celebration of the Afrikaans woord through music, theatre and the spoken word, takes place in Stellenbosch next month

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Living treasure keeps raising the bard
February 5 2015 at 14:33

macbeth.slapeloos has played at Aardklop, KKNK and the National Arts Festival. Now it’s come to the Baxter. Jana Cilliers could not be more chuffed.

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A Golden Year for theatre in SA
February 4 2015 at 15:48

Cape Town’s biggest theatre awards evening is well on its way to getting red-carpet-ready for its 50th edition.

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UK star at SA fest talks to Tonight
February 4 2015 at 12:32

Heather Small's gone solo and is still moving on up. She spoke to us after the 80s Rewind Festival show.

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School desks, ceramic dogs and letters...
February 4 2015 at 12:23

Kemang wa Lehulere prefers to leave his art open to interpretation.

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Balletic splendour under the stars
February 4 2015 at 11:04

La Sylphide is a ballet of impressive endurance, its continuing popularity no doubt explained by romance, fantasy and visual appeal together with an element of morality.

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Cape Town Boardwalk - February 3, 2015
February 3 2015 at 14:57

What’s happening at theatres in Cape Town.

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Japanese group’s show goes beyond dance
February 3 2015 at 12:17

Dancer Jacki Job is trying her hand at producing by facilitating the visit of dance group Condors from Japan.

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Pinter and Pinto on death and the garden
February 3 2015 at 11:42

Dramatic double bill marries sombre meditation with suburban comedy.

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