Cape Town Theatre Guide -24Mar

Andre the hypnotist
Andre is a SA performer with the gift of hypnosis on his side. For the past 21 years he has captured audiences with his entertaining routines and offbeat sense of humour.

23 – 28 Mar @ 8pm

R100 – R180

Theatre on the Bay. 1a Link Street, Camps Bay.

(Tel) 021-438-3301

Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group is comedy, theatre, rock concert and dance party all rolled into one. Their theatrical tour showcases classic Blue Man favourites, along with brand new content. 

21 – 26 Mar @ 3pm & 8pm


Grand West Casino. 1 Jakes Gerwel Drive, Goodwood.

(Tel) 021-505-7777

Kafka’s Ape
Using physical theatre to tell the story of the central character, actor extraordinaire Tony Miyambo gives an incredible and convincing performance of an ape to human transformation, provoking deep questions about what it means to be a human being.

24-25 Mar @ 9pm

R100 – R120

Alexander Bar. 76 Strand Street, City.

(Tel) 021-300-1088

Set around a waterhole, this physical theatre piece chronicles the lives of the animals which depend on it for survival. It is a timeless reflection on the tragic impact that man has had on the natural world in recent decades.
Until 15 Apr @ 3pm

The Rosebank Theatre. 16 Alma Road, Rosebank.

(Tel) 072-316-6133

Love me Tinder
The delicious stories of Violet’s post divorce world include advice on Tinder, Texting and Botox. Fantasies about sex on airplanes and the dangers of dating too close to home. 

24 Mar @ 8:15pm


Drotsdy Teater. 48 Alexander Street, Stellenbosch.

(Tel) 071-931-9954

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Retelling the Biblical story of Joseph and his coat of many colours, this musical is packed full of unforgettable songs including Any Dream Will Do and Close Every Door To Me. With a cast of 23 musical theatre performers and dancers the play stars Earl Gregory, Nádine, Jonathan Roxmouth and Anton Luitingh and is directed by Paul Warwick Griffin.

Until 8 April

R95 – R350

Theatre on The Bay, Link Road, Camps Bay

Tel: (021) 438 3301

Marat / Sade
A depiction of class struggle and human suffering that questions whether true revolution comes from changing society or changing oneself. The confrontation between two revolutionary thinkers: Jean-Paul Marat and the Marquis de Sade, takes place against the backdrop of a theatre production by the inmates of the Charenton asylum. 

Until 23 March

R100 – R160

Baxter Theatre, Main Road, Rondebosch

Tel: (021) 685 7880