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“Bouwer is well known for his stark and shocking stage designs and Marat/Sade lives up to this, providing a visual spectacle that echoes in the memory long after the curtain drops.”

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“Frontman Black Francis still has it, and was fantastically supported by the rest of the band. They got the crowd – many with the grey starting to show, and a smattering of youngsters – screaming and jumping and rocking out as if, well … as if it were the 90s.”

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“While most of the exhibits carry a serious, even sombre atmosphere, ‘Kirizenze’ by Thonton Kabeya caught my eye with its palpable expression of joy.”

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“Ginja checks all the boxes for a great night out, watching the city lights come up as you enjoy a delectable meal. Though it has to be said, its enviable view of Table Mountain makes it a great spot for any time of day”

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“This premiere collaboration provides terrific innovation in its unique rendition of traditional circus legacy. Indeed, it is an evolved and spectacular show with all the razzmatazz trimmings of a bygone era.”

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“On arrival, it seems a little boring, rather flat, and not terribly pretty. Follow the directions of the helpful guides though, which tell you where to stand, how to look through one eye – or, even better, a camera – and you’ll suddenly find yourself in a magical world that defies description.”

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“In any given moment, if the audience is not utterly amazed by the musicality and advanced display, they are left wholeheartedly amused by unique slapstick comedy.”

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“For all her intense affection and erratic disruption, Van Der Merwe’s Anne is still superbly self-possessed and self-enclosed.”

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“The use of these raw materials in her work creates textured, layered compositions that writhe and breathe, almost coming to life through interesting layered surfaces and shining metallic highlights.”

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“The content of Bash is very dark, but make no mistake: although certain lines may illicit giggles, this is by no means a dark comedy.”

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“It’s a poignant story of a gentle friendship developing over many years, and the unlearning, even at Daisy’s advanced age, of the ingrained prejudices of her generation.”

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“Wine tasting stations were set beneath log structures, and charming seating areas were made up of logs, boles, checked table cloths and buckets of freshly picked apples.”

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“It’s always surprising when a play written in 1664 is just as relevant today as it was then. It’s at once charming and chilling, with physical theatre so subtly incorporated that, by the end, you feel like the human condition is light on its feet.”

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“It demands high energy, and the ability to sing and dance with utter conviction. And I must say, the cast members are immensely talented and enthusiastic.”

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“Boasting a variety of displays with a myriad of themes including Africa, the Orient, Dinosaurs and even Space, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not simultaneously shocks, scares, informs, repulses and inspires.”

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“Pausing to take in the exhibition’s general atmosphere, it soon becomes apparent that there is an inherent sense of slight sadness in even the most cheerful piece of Opperman’s art.”

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“Nemakonde’s writing is immaculate and clever, but he portrays gay people as fickle, afraid of commitment, and either craving a party or sex.”

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