This programme showcases contemporary dance, classical ballet, Spanish dance and African dance and, as a part of the new developments of the School of Dance, young student choreographies will be introduced to a platform previously reserved for work created mostly by staff members.
8 – 10 November
R50 – R60
Baxter Concert Hall, Baxter Theatre
Andrew Young at the Movies
Award-winning saxophonist Andrew Young will perform classic music from the movies.
9 November @ 8pm
R180 – R200
Fugard Theatre, Tel: (021) 461 4554
An Audience with Pieter-Dirk Eish
Until 17 November
R100 – R140
Baxter Theatre, Tel: (021) 685 7880
Songs of Migration
This musical tribute, created by acclaimed trumpeter, Hugh Masekela, is inspired by the great trek from the village to the city, from traditional, communal and ancestral lands to the townships and the cities.
Until 11 November
R100 – R290
Artscape Opera House
Torchbearers is a rollercoaster epic saga told by the artist from South African townships and the South Wales valleys in a cross-cultural performance mixing drama, music, circus and dance.
Until 10 November
The Sewing Machine
The English version of Rachelle Greeff’s hit play Die Naaimasjien – winner of four major theatre awards – comes home. This poignant play introduces us to the 82-year-old Magdaleen who sits in her old-age home, preparing to say goodbye to her sewing machine, her constant companion for more than 55 years.
Until 10 November
Golden Arrow Studio, Baxter Theatre, Tel: (021) 685 7880
TheatreSports is hilarious improvised comedy, it’s the high-octane, non-stop, laugh-a-minute show where you, the audience, decide on the show you’re going to see! It’s pure improvised theatre, performed by two teams of absurdly talented actors. Each show is a once-off adventure of spontaneously invented scenes, stories and music, based entirely on your suggestions
Every Tuesday @ 8:30pm
R40 – R50
Kalk Bay Theatre, Tel: 072 9393351