Cape Town Theatre Guide -28July

Soli Philander – Nice Coat (Lekker Jas)

Local comedian Soli Philander presents his new stand-up comedy show Nice Coat (Lekker Jas) at the Baxter Theatre. Philander takes audiences on a journey through Cape Town, his Cape Town, with a backpack full of memories, realisations, observations, experiences and the ever-present readiness for laughter in the face of the bleak.

Until 29 July, 7:30PM

R130

Baxter Theatre, Main Rd, Rondebosch, Cape Town

021 685 7880

Synergy

Pieter Toerien Productions showcases the talents of Ian von Memerty and his wife Vivienne von Memerty as they explore the partnerships of the great musical duet giants of our lifetime – such as Lennon and McCartney (Yesterday/Hey Jude) and the Sherman Brothers (Jungle Book/Mary Poppins).

18 to 30 July, 8PM

R100 – R180

Theatre on The Bay, Link Rd, Camps Bay, Cape Town

021 438 3300

Jive Cape Town Funny Festival

The country’s leading comedy festival returns with its 13th award-winning selection of local and international stars. Featuring a stellar cast including Alan Committie as MC, Marc Lottering, Captain Frodo and Mario Queen of the Circus.

10 July to 6 August

R190

Baxter Theatre Centre, Main Rd, Rondebosch, Cape Town

021 685 7880

Cathy and the Trolley Dollies

Gate69 presents the drag and cabaret show Cathy and the Trolley Dollies, a comedic take on the airline industry, starring Cathy Specific and her air hostess sidekicks, Holly and Molly.

Until 29 July, 7PM

R550

Gate69, 87 Bree St, CBD, Cape Town

021 035 1627