There is something to please everyone on the upcoming bill at Theatre on the Square.
From musical treats to theatre legends you are guaranteed to find something to tickle your fancy. As a former member of Joyous Celebration, Brenda Mtambo, has earned her gospel great status.
She will be launching her new album through an afro-soul celebration this weekend.
Then if you like your entertainment tingued with a touch of naughty then BoyLesque could be up your alley.
A twist of the traditional 1930’s and 40’s American style burlesque striptease performances audiences will be dazzled by four cast members, fifteen songs, twenty-two costumes in one dizzy hour!
They will be on stage for one week only at the beginning of May so book your tickets fast.
Pieter-Dirk Uys is used to speaking and having the nation sit up and listen.
In his latest production An Audience With Pieter-Dirk Eish! The audience gets to tell him how the show should go.
Uys’s huge family of up to 80 characters includes everything from a Mandela to the Iron Lady.
If previous runs in Cape Town and Durban are anything to go by then this three week run is guaranteed to delight audiences.
And while it’s still a month away it may be worth your while to diarize two interesting shows heading your way in June.
Solomon and Marion is a Fleur du Cap nominated play that has been given four stars by national newspaper reviewers.
The production brings together two very dynamic theatre luminaries in the shape of Dame Janet Suzman and Khayalethu Anthony.
The characters explore the significance of loss through the two very different characters of an ageing and heartbroken English white woman and a young black man.
Hitting the stage shortly after that production wraps up is Nothing Funny.
Described as a tragicomedy the play which is directed by Rob van Vuuren follows two dim-witted actors who are on stage with no script foolishly trying to entertain the audience.