l David William Bates, Charis Anna Mostert, Sean Habib, Wayne Habib, Rachel Elizabeth Hastings and Jono Fitzgerald star in Mac-Don’t-Say-Beth at the Kalk Bay Theatre from tomorrow to Saturday. R85 through www.kbt.co.za
l The Lilliput Children’s Theatre Company stages Goldilocks and the Three Bears at the Baxter Theatre until Saturday. R40 at Computicket and the box office.
l Environmentally-themed activities and entertainment for children at the Kirstenbosch Gardens until July 14. Ticket prices vary. Enquire at the box office.
l The College of Magic presents The Children’s Magic Festival at the college, Lansdowne Road, Claremont, from tomorrow to Saturday. R50 at 021 683 5480.
l The Jazz Pop Festival featuring Emo Adams and Take Note, N2 Jazz Band and Public Opinion, is at the Golden Valley Casino in Worcester on Friday. On Saturday you can see the Graham Watkins Project, aKING, 3rd World Spectator and the Jesse Jordan Band at the same venue. Both gigs cost R120 at the box office.
l What a Feeling celebrates the Dirty Dancing era at Roxy’s Revue Bar at GrandWest Casino from Friday to August 11. R78 at Computicket.
l Here Lies the Last Broken Heart, written and directed by Amy Jephta, is at Theatre Arts Admin Collective inside the Methodist Church Hall, corner Milton Rd and Wesley St, Observatory, from tomorrow to Friday. R40 at box office.
l The Vodacom Funny Festival, with UK comedian Imran Yusuf and locals, at the Baxter Theatre until July 8. R140 to R300 at Computicket.
l Nicky Schrire, Jonas Ganzemuller, Nick Paul, Shane Cooper and Borislav Petrov in The NY/SA Collective at the Mahogany Room on Buitenkant Street. R60 for one set, R100 for two.
l Enid Blyton’s stories about Noddy at the Artscape Theatre until July 7 at 10.30am. R50 at Computicket and the box office
l Performances of Cry and Me lora!! – two 20-minute works created and performed by Tebogo Munyai – at Theatre Arts Admin Collective inside the Methodist Church Hall, corner Milton Road and Wesley Street, Observatory, Saturday at 2pm and 6pm. R20 at the box office.
l The Encounters Film Festival, which spotlights documentaries, ends at Nu Metro cinemas across SA today.
l Pieter-Dirk Uys in Adapt Or Fly at the Baxter Theatre until Saturday. R100 to R140 at Computicket or the box office
l Kat and The Kings, the musical written by David Kramer and Taliep Petersen, is at the Fugard Theatre until August 18. R100 to R150 at Computicket and 021 461 4554.
l Topsy Turvy starring Jonathan Roxmouth, at the Theatre On The Bay until Saturday. R80 to R150 at Computicket and the box office.
l Yeomen Of The Guard is at the Artscape Theatre until Saturday. It’s the nearest Gilbert and Sullivan got to “real opera”. Conducted by Alistair Cockburn and directed by Teddy Davies. R130 to R195 at Computicket or the box office.
l Tuesday Comedy Night at Mercury, De Villiers St, Zonnebloem. R30 at 079 616 6333.
l Comedy Thursday at Chilli Bar, 5 Victoria Rd, Southfield. R30 at www.thechillibar.co.za
l 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
l Funny Bones stand-up comedy on Tuesdays at the Purple Turtle, cnr Long and Shortmarkets streets, CBD. At 8pm. R30 at 021 424 0811.
l Comedy On Monday Evenings (aka C.O.M.E) at Ragazzi Club, 33 Long Street, CBD. 9pm. R40 at 079 616 6333.
l David Krakaeur (clarinet, US) and Kathleen Tagg (piano) in Beyond Cross Over at the Baxter Theatre. Programme covers classical repertoire such as the Brahms’s F minor Sonata and Debussy’s Rhapsody, Krakauer’s original compositions and Klezmer music. R90, seniors, students R50 at Computicket.
l Comedy On Long at Zula Bar on Long Street, CBD. Features various comics every Monday. Call 021 424 2442.
l Comics at Work every Sunday at Obz Café, Main Rd, Observatory. R20 at 021 448 5555.
l 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.
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