Cape Town Theatre Guide -31Mar

The tale of Peter Rabbit

Mrs Rabbit lives in her cosy burrow under a big fir-tree. She has three good children, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-Tail and the naughty child, Peter.

1 Apr – 13 Apr @ 10:30am


Artscape Theatre. D.F Malan Street, City Bowl.

(Tel) 021-410-9800

Barry Hilton

With a track record of 30 years in comedy, Barry is definitely South Africa’s favourite cousin and this is your chance to see why. Ticket includes a 2 course meal.

1 Apr @ 7pm


Kelvin Grove. 144 Campground Road, Newlands.

(Tel) 021-658-4500

Tumi Morake – Tumi or not Tumi

Tumi Morake is taking her comedy to the people.  Embarking on her first official South African tour, Tumi will be entertaining audiences from Nelspruit to Cape Town with her hilarious one-woman show, Tumi or Not Tumi.

31 Mar @ 8:30am


Baxter Theatre. 2 Main Road, Southern Suburbs.

(Tel) 021-985-7880

The Durban Invasion

Carvin H Goldstone is steadily becoming a household name in South Africa with his unique brand of comedy. Don’t miss out!

2 Apr @ 6:30pm


Cape Town Comedy Club. The Pumphouse, Dock road, City Bowl.

(Tel) 021-418-8880

Raw Silk

Raw Silk is an edgy and intense dance-drama with original songs, a compelling script and outstanding choreography.Raw Silk explores the dark underworld of South African street children growing up in a harsh neighbourhood.

1 Apr @ 2pm


Baxter Theatre. Main Road, Rondebosch.

(Tel) 021-685-7880


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

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

The Long Shots

The Long Shots perform short and long form improvisation in Cape Town, Using audience suggestions and different formats, The Long Shots create unique scenes on the spot. Everything is improvised – no planning, no script – just pure comedy comedy in the moment!

3 Apr @ 7pm


Alexander Upstairs Theatre.  76 Strand Street, City Bowl.

(Tel) 021-300-1652