Director: Guy Nattiv Starring: Jamie Bell, Danielle Macdonald, Daniel Henshall Inspired by the remarkable true story of Bryon Widner (Jamie Bell) and based on the 2011 critically acclaimed MSNBC documentary
Thirty years ago it was decided by Barney Simon and John Kani, the then managers of the world-renowned Market Theatre, that, as an extension of the company, it was important
Agatha Christie’s best-loved murder whodunnit, The Mousetrap, a classic tale of mystery, drama and crime, returns to The Pieter Toerien Theatre at Montecasino from 24 January to 3 March 2019.
After an absence of 45 years, Gibson Kente’s musical drama How Long? returns to the South African stage in a prestigious new production presented by The Playhouse Company, an agency
Between Table Mountain and Table Bay, the City of Cape Town boasts a cosmopolitan mix of historic and modern landmarks. One of these is Artscape Theatre Centre on the Foreshore,
Drawing inspiration from the theme of #METAMORPHOSIS has seen UJ Arts & Culture plan to change more than its content. The 2018 programme features two new festivals as well as
There’s a captivating line-up for March and April at the Fugard Bioscope, including dance, drama and opera. The Bioscope presents screenings of the world’s best recorded live theatre,
Lulu Mlangeni’s career took off after she won the TV show, So you think you can dance, in 2010 – her new dance piece Confined is at the Market Theatre.
Known for her ‘titillating and seductive theatre’, Jemma Kahn has been recognised for her inimitable contribution to the industry with the 2017 Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Theatre.
The State Theatre’s 9th Annual Youth Expression Festival will draw inspiration from O.R. Tambo under the theme “Step Up”, running from 16 to 30 June. The anti-apartheid revolutionary, Oliver Reginald
Check your calendars and credit cards because The National Arts Festival’s 2017 programme is online and open for booking at www.nationalartsfestival.co.za Newcomers to the Festival may feel a little overwhelmed
About: The Market Theatre, founded in Johannesburg in 1976 by Mannie Manim and the late Barney Simon, was constructed out of Johannesburg’s Indian Fruit Market – built in 1913. The
The South African State Theatre in association with Afrikan Freedom Station premiered Song of Nongoma on 21 October 2016. Song of Nongoma is a tale of an African queen told through
Celebrating 40 years this year, the Market Theatre presents a carefully curated programme of superb theatre and musical celebration over the next few months. A Raisin in the Sun A