Cape Town Theatre Guide – 16Sep

Big Boys The Third

The Big Boys’ return with a third installment of the popular two hander performed by Ash and Brad Searle. Fresh, innovative dance routines and larger-than-life action is performed by the multi-award winning duo. 

20 September – 15 October @ 8:30pm

R125

Kalk Bay Theatre, 52 Main Road, Kalk Bay

Tel: (021) 788 7257

 

Nik Rabinowitz: FortyNights

The Constantia native delivers one liners which are relatable and reflect the events in 2016 so far and to come.

20 – 28 September @ 7pm – 10pm

R150

Café Roux, Chapmans Peak Drive, Noordhoek

Tel: (021) 789 2538

 

The Full Morty

The Full Morty stars acclaimed theatre and TV actor and talented vocalist, Mortimer Williams. Williams delves into the mind of South African males in a comedy meets cabaret stand up show with themes from testosterone to toilet time and bedroom antics to trying to understand women. Directed by Kristy Suttner.

Until 16 September

R125 / One ticket admits 2 people on a Tuesday

Kalk Bay Theatre, 52 Main Road, Kalk Bay

Tel: (021) 7887257

 

Karoo Moose

Winner of 15 top South African awards, Lara Foot’s Karoo Moose returns to the stage with the original cast, including Zoleka Helesi, Mdu Kweyama, Bongile Mantsai, Thami Mbongo, Chuma Sopotela and Apollo Ntshoko. Performed in English with isiXhosa, the story takes place in a remote and impoverished village in the Karoo. 

Until 24 September

R60

Baxter Golden Arrow Studio, Rondebosch

Tel: (021) 685 7880

 

Remembering the Lux

The production pays tribute to the iconic Luxurama Theatre, one of Cape Town’s grand old dames of cinema and entertainment. Written and directed by Izobell and Baxter CEO and artistic director Lara Foot, Remembering the Lux was the undisputed highlight of the festive season and returns to bring to life and celebrate the history of the legendary Luxurama through charming anecdotes and classic hit songs.

Until 17 September

R140 – R160

Baxter Theatre, Rondebosch, Tel: (021) 685 7880

 

Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek

Internationally acclaimed and multiple award-winning playwright Athol Fugard returns with his new play: a story inspired by farm worker Nukain Mabuza – an artist living in pre-liberation South Africa.

Until 24 September

R140 – R180

Fugard Theatre, Corner Caledon & Lower Buitenkant Street, District Six, Cape Town

Tel: (021) 461 4554

 

Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat

Director Paul Warwick Griffin presents the award-winning musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, including popular songs ‘Any Dream Will Do’ and ‘Close Every Door’. Featuring Earl Gregory, Bianca Le Grange and Jonathan Roxmouth.

Until 5 November

R125 – R350

Theatre on the Bay, Camps Bay, Link Road, Camps Bay

Tel: (021) 438 3301

 

Clydebourne Park

Russ and Bev are selling their two-bedroom Chicago Bungalow in Clybourne Park which enables the first black family to move into the neighbourhood, creating discontent amongst the white suburbanites of Clybourne Park. 

Until 1 October

R120 – R250

Fugard Theatre, Corner Caledon & Lower Buitenkant Street, District Six, Cape Town

Tel: (021) 461 4554