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“Being somewhat ‘tequila-phobic’, I was apprehensive to try Sierra’s Tequila range. But Sierra Spiced Tequila instantly impressed me with its layering of orange and cinnamon notes.”

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The show is tons of fun, interactive, challenging (but not impossible), and a whole new way of theatre – brainy entertainment. It’s the perfect excuse to show off your musical prowess and a wonderful evening out of the ordinary.

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“This collection of short ballets and variations from classics gives the audience an opportunity to view a variety of styles and see many different dancers performing in lead roles.”

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“The feat of a bassist filling this iconic venue to capacity is unparalleled. There is an old musician’s joke that says audiences commence idle banter when a bassist plays his solo. Not so with Rubain – he makes people roar with glee.”

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“As the sky darkens above Kirstenbosch and the stars start to twinkle above the mountain, the audience goes wild as James takes to the stage, and the evening turns from superb to spectacular.”

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“Sandra Prinsloo plays Martins, bringing to her character a naiveté of life with a passion for the one thing that filled her with joy: her art.”

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“Do you believe in magic? No? Well, you should. But you won’t have to take my word for it – the incredible cast of The Illusionists are sure to make a believer out of any skeptic.”

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“The publicity has been particularly rich with its eye-catching photographs of strikingly lit dancers in wonderful costumes and wigs. And it more than lives up to its promise.”

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“If done right, a musical can become a classic that transcends generations; if not, it can become a new method of torture. Happily, Lottering has nailed it: this musical is captivating from start to finish.”

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“The response to the discovery of the first diamond in South Africa was hilariously muted. “Stranger things… have come to pass in the world than the discovery of Diamonds in South Africa,” read The Colesberg Advertiser in April 1867.”

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“Together with the prologue’s introduction to the quirky Don Quixote, played by Johnny Bovang, the brilliant Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra create an atmosphere of expectation that bursts into the energetic opening act.”

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Organised by Top of the Food and hosted at Clarke’s Diner and Bar, Lady Godiva focuses on foraged ingredients, serving delectable dishes that are sure to tease with your taste buds. 

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“The chorus scenes in Cape Town Opera’s new production of Richard Wagner’s Der fliegende Holländer are astonishing! Very rarely have I so desperately wanted to see an opera again immediately after opening night.”

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“Alongside the company’s new works are two of Christopher L Huggin’s popular pieces. The first, When Dawn Comes, is a lighthearted depiction of the joyful possibilities that a new day brings.”

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“Another striking element is the piece’s attention to visual detail with a plethora of excellently crafted installation art by Nicola Mayer – work that, in its own right, could be viewed as a standalone exhibition.”

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“For those of you with rusty Spanish, the latest installment of pure entertainment at Kalk Bay Theatre is called Caliente – aptly translating as “hot”. And yes, the show is sizzling.”

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“The end result is not only an immaculately staged piece of theatre, but also a tribute to South Africa’s performance arts legacy.”

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“Ismaël Lô is brilliant, with a voice that could change your blood group. He and his band – his wife and daughter are his back-up singers – kept the audience enthralled, and baying for more when they left the stage.”

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‘The combination of innovative stage design, art installations and performance art accompanying the music made for an immersive experience that was a world unto itself.’

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Because it is a fundraiser for a very worthy cause I am not going to lie that there is a little pressure to give a glowing review. The nice thing is that I don’t have to lie to do that.

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“And now for the first time on a South African stage an all-female version of a Shakespeare play is being presented. Both the cast and crew of the comedy The Taming the Shrew are female.”

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“Sebastian tells us how many gamers, having mastered all the levels of Call of Duty and the like, came to Shootopia with the expectation that those skills would be transferable. Not by a long shot.”

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“In a time where there is a global hunger for better leadership and a tendency to blamestorm accountability, a company called Heavy Chef is quietly starting tiny revolutions.”

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Dance Umbrella Africa recently hosted the Umbrella Dance Festival Africa 2019 – a masterful display of emotion and narrative combined into a story of movement and music.

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“Few musicals are as thought-provoking and informative as Rice and Lloyd Weber’s Evita, and Toerien strikes just the right balance in his production.”

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“Gripped, and bracing myself for more darkness and suspense, I was upended by the most ebullient musical experience that I’ve had in years.”

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