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REVIEW: IL DIVO IN CONCERT: REVIEW: IL DIVO IN CONCERT
REVIEW: GISELLE: REVIEW: GISELLE
REVIEW: THE DA MINCEY CODE: REVIEW: THE DA MINCEY CODE
REVIEW: DEBBIE DOES DALLAS: Be warned, writes Luiz DeBarros: Despite a brief glimpse of Jacques Terre'blanche’s posterior, you may well regret parting with your hard-earned money for this weak production.
THE TRAVELLERS: Moira the Faerie Godmother is rather impressed with this 2005 Naledi Best Cutting Edge award winner, now on at The Laager in Joburg's Market Theatre Complex.
THE STRANGE CASE OF HESTER CILLIERS: An intriguingly different way of spending an evening out: Help solve a lurid murder mystery set in old Johannesburg whilst comfortably dining.
THE CONFESSIONS TOUR: She wouldn’t come here, so we went to her! Madonna is a true-blue pop icon and Mambaonline got to see her show in London. Luiz DeBarros worships at the feet of the queen.
POPSTAR JESUS: Lars Schwinges takes a look at Jesus Christ Superstar, currently wrapping up its run at Cape Town’s Theatre on the Bay.
MAMMA MIA!: A show for every dancing queen! Moira the Faerie Godmother takes a look at the international smash musical constructed around ABBA’s greatest hits, now on in Pretoria.
THE SHOOTING GALLERY: The Shooting Gallery, on at Joburg’s Market Theatre, pays homage to war photographers. It is not light entertainment by any means.
CHEF, RATTLE AND ROLL: Jervis Pennington’s new revue, combining food, music and dance, is cooking up a tasty treat at the Sound Stage in Midrand.
COPPÉLIA: Moira, the Faerie Godmother takes to the State Theatre Opera House in Pretoria to experience Coppélia performed by the South African Ballet Theatre.
A DRAG APART: Deon Bisschoff’s new Cape Town show - "VERAcity" Tour de Femme II - is one of the best drag offerings seen in South Africa yet writes Lars Schwinges.
WE WILL ROCK YOU: Take the music of Queen and incorporate it into a storyline crafted by writer Ben Elton and you get We Will Rock You. But does it work?
MY FAIR LADY: Moira, the Faerie Godmother takes a look at this winter's musical at The State Theatre in Pretoria, the classic and much-loved My Fair Lady.
LADIES’ NIGHT: After its recent run in Joburg, Anton Desi’s ‘working boys turned-strippers’ comedy, Ladies’ Night, takes on Cape Town. John French took a look...
Joseph and his sexy technicolor brothers: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is back at Cape Town’s Theatre on the Bay with such a stunning looking male cast, that you may as well go simply for the ‘perv’...
Ghoema: John French reviews David Kramer and Taliep Pietersen’s new musical, Ghoema which opened at Cape Town’s Baxter Theatre Complex this week. Until 7 Jan 2006.