MAGIC: A show not to miss is Cape Town City Ballets production of Coppelia, staging a short run at The Playhouse this week. Photo: Supplied

CATALINA THEATRE: What You Laughing At? A comedy featuring Dhaveshan Govender, Shika Budhoo, Maeshni Naicker and Kogie Naidoo. Runs Thursday to December 2. The show explores themes such as choosing the perfect Indian bride, porridge vs roti, planning the perfect Indian wedding and more. Expect some song and dance. Tickets: R70, R50 for pensioners, students/kids. Book: 031 305 6889, 071 896 6998, 083 347 9610 or

SUNCOAST SUNZONE: The Wizard of Oz – an adult pantomime – ends on January 13. Ideal festive fun or corporate entertainment. R110 to R200 at Computicket.

THE PLAYHOUSE: Cape Town City Ballet – who brought us Cinderella and Giselle – have a short run this week of Coppelia. The show is based on the story by ETA Hoffmann, and performed to the music of Leo Delibes. It tells the story of an eccentric inventor, Dr Coppélius, who makes life-size dolls. When a villager, Franz, falls for the doll Coppelia, the doctor sees an opportunity to trap Franz and sacrifice his life in an attempt to bring his creation to life using a magic spell. But Franz’s real love, Swanilda, is not about to let that happen. A great family enter-tainer. Tomorrow and Thursday at 7.30pm. Friday and Saturday at noon for schools and 7.30pm. Sunday at 3pm. Early booking is advised. R120 to R150 at Computicket.

THE BARNYARD THEATRE, Gateway: Catch The Seven Wonders until January 6. Experience what it would be like for Elvis Presley and Christina Aguilera to sing a duet, Whitney Houston to croon with Bryan Adams, while Bob Marley keeps up the spirits with songs such as One Love and Three Little Birds. Carlos Santana adds mystery with She’s Not There and Smooth, and Chris de Burgh brings his flair with A Spaceman Came Travelling, Don’t Pay the Ferryman and Lady in Red, and more. Tickets: R145 from Wednesday to Saturday, with discounted specials of R110 every Tuesday night. Sunday matinee costs R90. For bookings, call 031 566 3045.

THE HERITAGE THEATRE: To celebrate the festive season The Heritage is staging a selection of the best party songs to see us ending the year with a bang. Expect music from Maroon 5, Bryan Adams, Bruno Mars, Kings Of Leon, Coldplay, Queen, Sting, Journey and many more. The show is fronted by Barry Thomson with Marion Loudon and Jerryn Fosteras. Musical director Dawn Selby is on keyboards. On drums is Mali Sewell, with Jason Andrew on bass and vocals. R195 Wednesdays to Saturdays and R165 Tuesday evenings and Sunday matinee. All prices include a two-course meal. There are lunchtime performances to cater for corporate year-end festivities. A show only option of R120. Booking: 031 765 4197.


ELIZABETH SNEDDON THEATRE: Get ready to be swept away by one of the most popular and romantic stories ever told! KickstArt presents Disney’s Broadway musical hit Beauty and the Beast from November 30 to January 6. R130 to R200 at Computicket.

RHUMBELOW THEATRE: Bent Broadway stages November 30 to December 9. Featuring The Family Players and Friends – Allan Quihampton, Derek Pearce, Greg Baptie, Roland Stansell and Derek de Froberville. The show tells the story of an artiste’s journey through Broadway, and what comes after. With lipstick kisses and the talents of the Family Players, Bent Broadway is not a show to miss. R100. Bring picnic baskets. Discounts (first weekend only) of R75 a ticket. Pensioners and block bookings of eight or more. Book at Computicket, call 031 205 7602 or e-mail [email protected]

SUNCOAST CASINO AND ENTERTAINMENT WORLD: Dingum Style Stand Up Comedy sees some of Durban’s finest comedians come together to kickstart the silly season. Featuring Dingalings’ funnyman Henry Ramkissoon, Koobeshen Naidoo and Senzo Mthethwa joined by Neville Pillay, Neil Green, Pranesh Maharaj and Kelvin Stoffels. November 30 at 8.15pm, December 1 at 5pm and 9pm and December 2 at 2pm and 6pm. R100 at 086 124 6300.

WESTVILLE THEATRE CLUB: A Touch of Magic, directed by Sharon Ditchburn and Sharon Watters. December 4 to 7. The music review features a host of new and old favourite songs. 7.30pm, R60. Bring picnic baskets. Bookings: 079 494 0816.

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