Joburg Theatre Guide – 17 Nov

Annie

Set in the 1930’s young Annie is forced to live in an orphanage. Determined to find her parents, her luck changes when billionaire Oliver Warbucks adopts her. Mr Warbucks is interested in helping Annie finding her real parents but the plan takes a turn when the orphanage principle hatches a cunning plan!

Until 27 Nov @ 3pm & 8pm (Tue-Sat), 2pm (Sun)

R150 – R450

Teatro at Montecasino. 1 Montecasino Boulevard, Fourways.

(Tel) 0861-915-8000

 

Robin Hood & the babes in the wood

The plot combines the babes-lost-in-the-forest story with the Robin Hood legend.  The young children, Hansel and Gretel, come to visit their uncle, the Sheriff of Nottingham, little suspecting that he is plotting their demise.

Until  30 Dec @ 10am, 2pm, 3pm, 7:30pm

R170 – R300

Mandela Theatre. Cnr of Hoofd and Loveday Street, Braamfontein.(Tel) 0861-670-670

 

Pay Back the Curry

This satirical revue, achieved a rare feat at the 2016 National Arts Festival by selling out all its eight shows! The show explores a wide variety of topical themes in a hilarious, fun filled production.

22 Nov – 15 Dec @ 8:15pm

R100 – R140

Theatre on the Square. Cnr of West Street and Rivonia Road, Sandton.

(Tel) 011-883-8606

 

Suddenly the storm

A powerful new South African play which tells the story of an aging ex cop and his wife. It begins as a playful comedy but changes constantly, taking the audience on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. (Final weekend, Book now!)

17 – 19 Nov @ 6pm & 8:30pm

R180

Theatre on the Square. Cnr of West Street and Rivonia Road, Sandton.

(Tel) 011-883-8606

 

Johnny Boskak is feeling funny

Winner of the National Arts Festival 2015 Novation Award, this show tracks the life of a man looking for love, an AK47 and the quickest way out of Secunda.

17 Nov – 4 Dec @ 3:15pm & 8:15pm

R65 – R95

The Market Theatre. 56 Margaret Mcingana Street, Newtown.

(Tel) 011-832-1641

 

Tease

2 of SA’s top female comedians Vannessa Frost and Tumi Morake perform in this show which is set in a suburban hair salon. What goes on in the salon, stays in the salon! This and more!

17 Nov – 4 Dec @ 8:15pm

R65 – R95

The Market Theatre. 56 Margaret Mcingana Street, Newtown.

(Tel) 011-832-1641

 

We didn’t come to hell for the croissants

A unique production featuring 7 deadly sins, 7 writers and 7 new stories. The stoies will seduce the sinless and astonish the immoral. This is the sequel to ‘The Epicene Butcher’.

23 Nov – 4 Dec @ 8pm

R100 – R120

Pop Art Centre. 286 Fox Street, Maboneng Precinct.

(Tel) 083-245-1040

 

Aladdin and the Lamp

A thrilling Panto style show produced by community based theatre ‘The Franklin Players’. Look forward to catchy tunes, colour and the classic Aladdin story.

18 – 27 Nov @ 7pm

R50 – R80

Roosevelt Park Recreation Centre. Cnr Preller and Anton von Wouw Street, Roosevelt Park.

(Tel) 082-366-9987