The new a cappella musical ‘A Town Called Fokol Lutho’ will be showing at the Kalk Bay Theatre for the next few weeks until August 10. The production brings five men with five heavenly, harmonized voices, to a small Karoo town where nothing ever happens and no-one is good at anything except singing and not falling in love. Or is there more? Audiences who attend the show will discover the story of the first heart transplant, the scrum-half standing pass, and love-so-amazing in a pitcher of cactus juice in this new musical comedy.
Written and composed by Jervis Pennington, the lead singer of pop group The Soft Shoes and whose musical ‘Scribble’ toured South Africa and New York and won two Naledi awards, the show is directed by Tara Notcutt (‘Three Little Pigs’, ‘Mafeking Road’).
The cast features Pennington with Carlo Daniels (‘Kat and The Kings’), Moenier Adams (‘Afrikaaps’, ‘Remember The Time’, ‘Let’s Mix It’), Waasief Piekaan (‘Wrongly Accused’, ‘Vocal is Lekker’) and Jack the Bass, aka Nkosekhaya Mgoqi (‘Imbube Singers’).
* The show will be performed from Wednesdays to Sundays from July 12 until August 10. Doors Open at 6.30pm, with the show starting at 8pm.
Ticket are R75 for show only, or R60 for the limited Gallery seats upstairs. Bookings can be made at www.kbt.co.za.