CPT – Theatre 18-24 Oct 2013

Trevor Noah – It’s My Culture

From London to Letterman, Trevor Noah has been through 6 countries since his last wildly successful tour (That’s Racist) of his homeland. With all new material, his new show, It’s My Culture, takes you with him on his travels from New Zealand to Zambia, New York and London. South Africa’s pre-eminent comic is to tour in his favourite place, home.

21 October – 2 November

R180, R200, R220

Baxter Theatre, Tel: (021) 685 7880

Guys and Dolls

Come and enjoy a slick musical tale at the Theatre with high stakes gambling, well-meaning missionaries and unlikely romance that will sweep you from the bustling streets of 1930s New York City to the tango rhythms of a Cuban nightclub, from the comedy of the risqué Hot Box to the drama of an underground craps game.

19 October – 10 November

R165 – R250

Artscape Theatre, Tel: (021) 421 7695

The View

A young man sits in a prison cell in space, looking down at a ruined earth. Come and discover why he has been imprisoned through a series of conversations with various people from his life at the Arena.

24 October – 9 November

R50 – R85

Artscape Theatre, Tel: (021) 421 7695

*Laugh The Buffalo

Following significant success at the 2013 National Arts Festival with the collaborative creation and performance of two new works, Hoss with Ubom! and Crazy in Love for Conspiracy of Clowns, which won a Standard Bank Ovation award, Andrew Buckland returns to the Baxter stage with a new solo work which promises his characteristic combination of humour, an intense focus on the physicality of performance, clowning, satire, foolishness and dark consideration of the human condition, with serious doses of joy.

Until 30 November

R100 – R150

Golden Arrow Studio, Baxter Theatre, Tel: (021) 685 7880

*Selim Kagee in Concert

Classic Feel magazine described him best: “Kagee is an impressive new, proudly South African addition to the adult contemporary and crossover fields of which these four greats (Bocelli, Groban, Pavarotti and Buble) are among the most well-known exemplars.”

19 October @ 5pm & 8:30pm

R250

Concert Hall, Baxter Theatre, Tel: (021) 685 7880

The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore

The creative team of the award-winning, internationally acclaimed, Kingdom of Earth, brings another Tennessee Williams masterpiece to Cape Town direct from its season at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theatre Festival in the USA.

Until 19 October

R70 – R120

Artscape Arena, Tel: (021) 421 7695

Ons Vir Jou

This hit Afrikaans musical in a style reminiscent of Les Miserables, tells the story of the Anglo Boer War from the perspective of the Afrikaner.

Until 20 October

R150 – R350

Artscape Opera House, Tel: (021) 421 7695

Jazzart 40th Anniversary Exhibition

This year the Jazzart Dance Theatre celebrates its 40th anniversary. The Jazzart Dance Theatre’s story unfolds in this moving exhibition, depicting the highlights of this vibrant contemporary dance company’s growth.

Until 27 October

Artscape Marble Foyer, Tel: (021) 421 7695

Kaapse Stories

This delightful musical revue celebrates the joyful, resilient spirit of the colourful people who populate the city that lies at the foot of Table Mountain. Couched in the recent history of the Cape, “Kaapse Stories” deftly relates stories of Cape Town and her people, their struggles, victories and personalities, all with a hefty dose of comedy.

Tuesday, Thursdays & Saturdays @ 7:30pm

R400

Richards Supper Stage, 229a Corner Main Road, Corner Glengariff, Tel: (021) 434 4497