Theatre Guide for Cape Town – 30 March to 05 April

Marc Lottering – I Don’t Work On Sundays
I Don’t Work on Sundays features Lottering’s brand new material, where he expresses his unique views on topics that tickle his fancy, ranging from Beyonce’s baby, to his fascination with reality TV in South Africa. Lottering will of course also explain exactly why it is that he refuses to work on Sundays.
3 – 21 April @ 8:15pm
R80 – R100
Baxter Golden Arrow Studio and, Tel: 0861 9158000 or (021) 685 7880

Celebrating Tchaikovsky
Following three day of intensive coaching by Cap Town City ballet, participants in the Tchaikovsky workshop will demonstrate their progress on the Opera House stage.
5 April
R50
Artscape Opera House

ABBA Voulez Vouz – Mamma Mia Tour
Abba Voulez Vous is the Worlds foremost Abba tribute production and captures the sheer brilliance of Abba’s music perfectly.
7 April
R90 – R420
Artscape Opera House

Brothers in Blood
An explosive drama about Jewish, Muslim and Christian relations set in Cape Town in the late 1990’s and against the background of Pagad’s activities against crime in the drug trade.
Until 14 April
R65 – R85
Artscape Arena

Zabalaza Theatre Festival
This year the team spearheading one of South Africa’s leading development theatre festivals promises a bigger and better festival than in 2011, starting with the launch of the fringe programme – just one of several innovations planned.
Until 31 March
Baxter Golden Arrow Studio, Tel: (021) 685 7880

Autopsy
It is a detective thriller directed by Mark Fleishman and features Dann-Jaques Mouton, Jennie Reznek, Faniswa Yisa and Mandisi Sindo with visuals by Sanjin Muftic.
Until 1April (Tuesday – Saturday)
R50 – R80
Magnet Theatre: Unit 1, Old Match Factory, Corner Lower Main and St Michael’s Road,
Observatory