Tag Archives: Theatre and entertainment

Who says Joburg doesn’t have good theatre?

Two challenging plays return to the Market Theatre: Death of a Colonialist and Girl in the Yellow Dress  To quote Kentridge’s famous line:  ‘Johannesburg, second greatest city after Paris ‘ ….  Well, we might not have the range and selection of live theatre of the West Ends and Broadways but we get a lot of […]

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For those who aren’t glued to wathcing the little oval ball, this coming week-end has lots on offer

Lots on this week-end There’s a walkabout of the group exhibition Horse, curated by Ricky Burnett, at Everard Read Gallery in Lower Rosebank at 4.30 pm Friday 16th September Another walkabout of Ayana V Jackson’s exhibition at Gallery Momo 52 7th Ave Parktown North on Saturday 17th Sept at 11 am. There are markets in […]

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Great deal for supper and a show at the Market Theatre

Market Theatre Special Offer The Market Theatre now offers a dinner package for their loyal patrons. For only R120 you can book for any production of your choice at the Market Theatre and a meal at The Market Bar and Bistro, the restaurant inside the Market Theatre complex. Bookings for the dinner package close at […]

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Jazz in Jozi

Jazz this weekend Regular Friday gigs include the Radium (Louis Botha Avenue, Orange Grove) with  Jazz Trio featuring Stephen Kunny Friday 5 Nov from 8pm, as well as Soweto Jazz & Blues at The Whiteboy Shebeen (Cnr Katherine & Grayston, Sandton), Friday 5th Nov from 7pm. Free entry Also on: Jazz at Joburg Theatre with […]

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Jazz at Joburg Theatre

Wonderful Jazz Offerings during November Feya Faku – 6 Nov Trumpet/flugel horn player Feya Faku was born in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth. He studied informally with some of the great jazzmen of the sixties and seventies. Feya has travelled the world collaborating and making music with some of the greatest musicians in the jazz world. […]

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