My fat friend
My Fat Friend is the story of an overly large Vicky (Michelle Botha) who owns a successful bookshop in London’s Hampstead. A handsome man walks into her life who appreciates her despite her weight but things turn out differently in the end. A must watch!
8 Sept – 2 Oct @ 8pm
R100 – R180
Pieter Toerien Main Theatre. Cnr William Nicol Drive and Wikoppen Road, Fourways.
I turned away and she was gone
A truly enveloping story of the three main stages in the lives of women? to say that people were enchanted would be somewhat of an understatement. This is a show ? epic in scope, but intimate in execution ? that will have you thinking about the larger trajectories of your own life. It is vital stuff
15 Sept – 2 Oct @ 8:15pm
The Market Theatre. Cnr Bree and Miriam Makeba, Newtown.
Jazzy Masala Creative
Beautiful costumes, amazing choreography showcasing Indian dance both traditional and modern. Featuring 100 dancers, the company takes you on mystical journey.
17 – 18 Sept @ 7pm
The Lyric Theatre. Northern Parkway, Ormonde.
UBU and the Truth Commission
“The play is an unsettling mix with life-like and often scary puppets created by the famous Handspring Puppet Company (of ‘War Horse’ fame) serving as real characters and Kentridge’s disturbing animation recalling the bad times of apartheid”-Peter Feldman
8 – 11 Sept @ 8pm
R65 – R200
The Market Theatre. 56 Margaret Mcingana Street, Newtown. (Tel) 011-832-1641
An interesting story of a man that was a victim of the system and sentenced to time in Jail. Ironically he slowly learns more about himself by observing other inmates and becomes liberated.
8 – 17 Sept @ 8pm
SA State Theatre. 320 Pretorius Street, Pretoria.
Singer, Songwriter and Entertainer Nataniel is back with a new show called ‘Mannequin’. The story develops around the life of a tailor told through a tale of fear, fantasy and humour.
8 – 25 Sept @ 8pm (Thur-Sat)
Theatre of Marcellus. 64 Jones Road, Kempton Park.
Get ready to laugh till you tummy hurts with Tony King, Warren Robertson, Thenjiwe Moseley and Donovan Goliath.
17 Sept @ 8pm
Parkers Comedy and Jive. Cnr Witkoppen Road and William Nicol Drive, Fourways.
One of South Africa’s top comedians March Lottering take to the Theatre on The Square stage over the next few weeks. He has a unique style of standup comedy and touches on various issues.
8 – 17 Sept @ 8:15pm (Tue – Fri), 6pm (Sat)
Theatre on the Square. Cnr of West Street and Rivonia Road, Nelson Mandela Square.