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Women in the lead at National Arts Fest

ANYONE who is apprised of Ismail Mohammed's appreciation of South African history will not be surprised at the theme of this year's National Arts Festival, which commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the Women's March to Parliament.

10 April 2016 | Stage

‘Woza Albert’ simply magnificent

WOZA ALBERT. Written by Percy Mtwa, Mbongeni Ngema and Barney Simon. Directed by Mdu Kweyana. At The Baxter Theatre until April 9. Tracey Saunders reviews

5 April 2016 | Stage

Perceiving dance on new wavelengths

EDUCATE, educate, educate are words dominating London born, Sydney based, international dancer, teacher and choreographer Ashley Killar's conversation.

4 April 2016 | Stage

Cutting-edge Infecting City Sessions

THE Africa Centre, in collaboration with the Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts, are once again presenting the Infecting the City Sessions.

3 April 2016 | Stage

Urban dance, edgy acrobatic cirque

WHEN Cirque Éloize iD (pronounced Sirk-ehl-waz eye-dee) made its local debut at Montecasino's Teatro in 2014, audiences were blown away by this bewildering high-energy production.

30 March 2016 | Stage

Parenthood – a peculiar marvel

DEAR BREEDER. Directed by Iain Robinson, with Karen Logan and Kasia Vosloo. At The Kalk Bay Theatre until April 2. Rafiek Mammon reviews.

29 March 2016 | Stage

‘A Thousand Shepherds’ dance review

A THOUSAND SHEPHERDS. Presented by the Cape Dance Company. Directed by Debbie Turner. Choreographed by José Agudo, At the Artscape Theatre. Debbie Hathway reviews.

28 March 2016 | Stage

Celebrating community of creators

THIS past weekend The Baxter felt like the epicentre of theatre in Cape Town as it hosted The Zabalaza Theatre Festival Awards and the 51st Fleur Du Cap Awards.

23 March 2016 | Stage

Las Vegas extravaganza

VIVA LAS VEGAS. Directed by Duck Chowles. At The Barnyard Theatre until April 17. Rafiek Mammon reviews.

22 March 2016 | Stage

A Doll’s House: absolute must-see

A DOLL'S HOUSE. Written by Henrik Ibsen. Adapted and directed by Christiaan Olwagen. At The Baxter Theatre until Thursday. Tracey Saunders reviews.

21 March 2016 | Stage
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