Arts, culture & sport in 2014
|05 Nov - 22 Nov||Curl Up & Dye, by Sue Pam-Grant||A satirical comedy directed by Christopher Weare. The play shines light on the grey areas of Johannesburg which remained untouched by apartheid where black, white & coloured people lived together. Book at webtickets.||The Rosebank Theatre, 16 Alma Road, Rosebank||The Rosebank Theatre: 074 101 5066
The Little Theatre Complex office: 021 480 7129
|07 Nov||Artist's talk: Wangechi Mutu||GIPCA, in association with STEVENSON, will present a talk by New York-based artist Wangechi Mutu on Friday 7 November 2014 at 17h15. More...||Hiddingh Hall, UCT Hiddingh campus, Gardens, email@example.com
021 480 7156
|09 Nov - 22 Nov||Dario Fo's The Open Couple, directed by Christopher Weare||The UCT Drama Department presents the professional debut of the class of 2014. A comedy about sex?ual politics in marriage writ?ten by Dario Fo, and produced & directed by Christo?pher Weare. From 9-12 and 16-22 November.||Alexander Bar, 76 Strand Street, Cape Town, 19h00||Bookings|
|20 Nov - 22 Nov||Paul Herzberg's The Dead Wait directed by Mdu Kweyama||The Dead Wait follows the journey of Josh Gilmore. Gilmore is a young athlete turned soldier. The audience follows him on his journey as a soldier in the Angolan War in 1980's to the creation of the New South Africa in the 1990's. The story is told through a combination of dance and text.
Cast: Kai Brummer, Dustin Beck, Alex McCarthy, Nwabisa Plaatjie, Namisa Mdlalose and Zukisa Nongogo.
|Arena Theatre, UCT Hiddingh Campus, 20h00||Nabeelah Khan|