Theatre • Running Time: 75 mins
Written and Directed by Greg Viljoen Starring Robert Hobbs
Warning: +16 Mature Content
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Who says ex-bouncers from Boksburg can’t do interpretive dance? When you break your face, you can do anything.

Retired bouncer Brett has travelled from Jozi to Beijing and back again, on a journey which led to the creation of his new motivational system called…BREAK YOUR FACE™. Now he wants you to sign up. But before he changes your life, he might need to get a grip on his. 

Renowned SA film and television actor Robert Hobbs takes to the stage in the role of Brett for a one-man play that’s hilarious, original and moving. After a successful run at the Peter Toerien Studio Theatre, it’s now Pop Art’s turn to get a taste of the Break Your Face™ experience. 

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Thu 21st Sep 8pm R120 (R100 online) Fri 22nd Sep 8pm R120 (R100 online) Sat 23rd Sep 8pm R120 (R100 online) Sun 24th Sep 3:30pm R120 (R100 online)

Spoken Word Poetry, Dance & Music • Running Time: 90 mins
Featuring: INTSIKA, SAFRO, NOLIFE, THANDO | Open Mic available
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Back to The Roots serves as a reminder of our greatness as a people and as Africans. Join us on this beautiful journey on the 25th of September 2017 at Pop Art in Maboneng, as we pay homage to heritage through music, dance and poetry.

In collaboration with SASAI Street Artist Initiative and Escalating Heights Spoken Word Sessions.

SASAI is dedicated to instigating change in the perceptions toward street artists from all different backgrounds and artistic expressions. SASAI brings artists together to share their stories and experiences in order to educate artists on their rights in public space and the importance of sharing art with the masses. 

And Escalating Heights Spoken Word seeks to promote crucial dialogues in South African communities through the spoken word art.

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Mon 25th Sep 3pm R30

Stand-up Comedy • Running Time: 50 mins
Featuring Prev Reddy
Warning: +16 Mature Content
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DURBAN-BORN comedian, Prev Reddy, will be hosting a one-night-only stand-up show, Can’t I Just B.E.E (which opened to a sold out crowd in Durban in July); a follow-up to his previous one-man show, Wait, You’re Indian, which had successful runs across KwaZulu-Natal last year.

Now living in Johannesburg, Reddy who has recently finished work on a new comedy series for SABC3 with David Kau, will be sharing his experience of entertainment industry in Johannesburg, trying to find work as young South African and the ups and downs of the working world.

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Mon 25th Sep 8pm R100 (R80 online)

True Contemporary Storytelling • Running Time: 80 mins
Hosted by Lebogang Mogashoa
Warning: 16+ mature content
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Joburg's only real true life storytelling show... 

This month's guests : Simmi Areff, Mo Mothebe, Marise Kruger, Claudine Ullman, Michelle Donnelly with HOST: Lebogang Mogashoa

This is not your camp fire type of Storytelling. It's more like being at a dinner party... With a lot of wine. Where the truth really flows... 
What we like to call our very own queer church! Everything you will hear, absolutely happened.

Bring all your friends, and your full range of emotions. 

The Storytellers Series aims to create a place for sharing New South African Stories, any stories. Modelled on shows like the Moth, RISK! and This American Life, the only rule is that the stories have to be 100% true.
Lebo was born in 1985, in Johannesburg. He grew up in a small village, then a bigger one, followed by an all-boys Catholic boarding school and finally my big move into Cape Town where he completed a Film and Media undergrad degree. He then headed to Korea to teach English where he started his story telling series “When we were nearly Young”, which developed a cult following. He returned to Johannesburg in 2013, and has been presenting the same series in partnership with POPArt. He is currently writing for TV.

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Tue 26th Sep 8pm R80

Kamishibai Storytelling (in Afrikaans) • Running Time: 60 mins
Starring Jemma Kahn & De Klerk Oelofse | Directed by Lindiwe Matshikiza | Written by Tertius Kapp, Rosa Lyster, Lebogang Mogashoa, Nicholas Spagnoletti and Justin Oswald
Warning: 16+ Content
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"Dis soos om by n Japannese burlesk show in die Royal Hotel op Beaufort-Wes in te stap waar ‘n S&M-konferensie gehou word." -  Beeld

We Didn't Come to Hell for the Croissants has been performed to great acclaim both internationally and locally winning a National Arts Festival Silver Ovation Award in 2015. For the first time Jemma Kahn performs her particular brand of the Japanese storytelling artform kamishibai now in Afrikaans (mostly)! 

Seven deadly sins...or actually six (we left out the boring one). Jemma Kahn and her side-kick De Klerk Oelofse use the ancient Japanese storytelling technique of kamishibai to tell six stories to seduce the sinless and astonish the immoral. It's an irreverent exploration of human weakness, cabaret, singing cats, orgiastic sex and everything in between. Definitely not for children. Unless you are a terrible parent.

Jemma Kahn se eerste Afrikaans verskyning met haar beroemde vertolking van die Japannese storievertelkultuur, kamishibai.

Sewe hoofsondes...eintlik ses. Ons het die vervelige een weggelaat. Ses-Suid Afrikaanse skrywers. Ses stories wat die sondelose verlei en die onsedelike verstom. Dit is ‘n rou vertolking van die antieke Japannese storievertelkultuur, kamishibai, in ‘n Suid-Afrikaanse konteks, verweef met ‘n vars en donker terugblik op eksplisiete orgiastiese seks, die dood, en alles wat tussenin skuil. Beslis nie vir kinders nie. Behalwe as jy ‘n aaklige ouer is. 

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Thu 28th Sep 8pm R120 (R100 online) Fri 29th Sep 8pm R120 (R100 online) Sat 30th Sep 8pm R120 (R100 online) Sun 1st Oct 3:30pm R120 (R100 online)

Workshop • Running Time: 360 mins
Facilitated by Knocknock Coaching (Manya Gittel)
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An introductory workshop to interactive, forum and image theatre as a powerful tool for facilitation, performance and personal growth. 

Join this 3-day (1 day p/month) Program to experience how to realize your inherent potential by identifying and aligning the different aspects of your SELF & of your GROUP.

NOTE: By joining the introductory workshop, you are not committed to attending further workshops. If you elect to do so, additional workshops will be at the discounted rate. 

Interactive Theatre is a powerful and natural way to express and process mental, emotional and body levels simultaneously. 

Rainbow constellation: Whether you constellate (we process your story) or you represent in someone else’s constellation, you’ll experience and see how to align different aspects of Self in order to boost your relationships with Self and others – whether as a team-player, leader, coach or other. We’ll also explore Forum & Image Theatre as powerful psycho-social processes.

A Rare Opportunity for YOU to:

  • Experience ground-breaking ways to become more of who you really want to be 
  • Boost your Emotional and Social Intelligence 
  • Boost your capacity to achieve better results 
  • See how to harness psycho-social forces
  • Experience connecting as a community when interactive problems arise
  • Enhance your communication skills, overcome self-doubt and toxicity in relationships
  • Learn how people can shine in mutually supportive relationships in families, at work, as friends, etc.


  • Meet with others in a safe space to generate transformational results with a dynamic and creative method
  • Gaining insight through effective, fun and stimulating processes [Methods drawn on: Rainbows of Desire, Forum theatre, ORSC and Process-Orientated Psychology]
  • Access the power of community to resolve psycho-social “stuck-ness”
  • Learn to work with embodiment 

Program Details:

  • 3 sessions:  starting 29th Sep; 9:00 for 9:30 – 15:30 (POPArt, 286 Fox Street, Maboneng, JHB)
  • Package R2250 or R850 p/session (max: 17 participants). It is possible to extend the package into an individual/group coaching package. Sliding scale reductions are available for groups of 2 or more. Don’t deprive yourself of the opportunity if you’re genuinely interested and can’t afford this - call me to motivate for a reduction.

Contact Coach/Facilitator, Manya Gittel (083 232 1374 - manya@knocknock.co.za) for more information (KnocKnock Coaching). Drawing on decades of experience & resource-building, I created this coaching-facilitation-education blend to turn people’s “stuck-ness” into leverage for a fulfilling present. I’m passionate about intra- and inter-personal relationship alignment (ICF ACC, COMENSA, MA (diversity & interpretation), Psychology Hons, LTCL). www.knocknock.co.za

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Fri 29th Sep 9am R850: Hurry! Only 17 tickets left!

Theatre • Running Time: 45 mins
Ngizwe Youth Theatre | Written by: Tshabalira Lebakeng in collaboration with the cast | Directed by: Emma Delius | Designed by: Camile Behrens
Warning: +7
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Ngizwe Youth Theatre's award winning show 'The Little One' will be performing at POPArt Theatre for one show only. It performed to full houses at the National Arts Festival and was awarded the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Humanitarian Award. 

The Little One is a true story of a group of homeless children living on the tough streets of Durban. An abandoned girl at a train station. An event that would change their lives forever. Can you hear them? Can you see them? The faces of children old before their time.

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Sat 30th Sep 3pm R100 (R80 online)

A Game, Meets Talk, Meets Sketch format • Running Time: 60 mins
Hosted by Jefferson Tshabalala aka J.Bobs | Special guests every month | Presented by Kiri Pink Nob and POPArt Productions
Warning: +16 Mature Content
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“POPArt Theatre and Kiri Pink Knob collaborate to bring the J.Bobs Live : A Game Show Double Bill to audiences monthly in Maboneng”

POPArt is thrilled to a thrilled to announce that Kiri Pink Knob’s “J.Bobs Live: a Game Show Double Bill” will now form part of the regular program at the POPArt Theatre!

The Game Show Double Bill concept has been refined during a long national tour to several spaces around the country and will continue to perform in spaces to entertain, educate and grow it’s audiences. POPArt hosted J.Bobs and the Kiri Pink Knob team for the first time in May this year, and it was unanimously decided that a long term collaboration is in order. 

The Game Show Double Bill features two different styles of 15 min game show formats pitched at a same same but different audiences, separated by a short interval. Created and hosted by venerated writer, director and performer, J.Bobs Tshabalala the two game shows presented are “OFF THE RECORD” and “Location | Lekeyshini | Lokasie”. Together they have audiences banging down the door to attend, participate and let their inner competitor revel in a mash up of theatre, improv, sketch and game show all very cleverly compiled by the show’s writers to offer insight into uniquely South African realities. 

“OFF THE RECORD”  is a panel, game and quiz show hybrid that features two celebrity competitors representing their teams in the audience. A show that banters about with humour and controversy, much like a QI, task master J.Bobs is looking for the answers that ain’t obviaas. “Location | Lekeyshini | Lokasie” features team captains, points, drama, suspense and some amazing physical challenges from the special guests. It’s a sketch and skit show with a variety of vignettes that examine, celebrate, critique and reflect poignantly on the vast lived experiences of many in the South African Townships: a show that looks like, sounds like and operates like the lokishi. All in all, an evening of excellent entertainment. 

“Here, the overt flamboyance of the township, meets the subdued vileness of suburbia, and the blend is as beautiful as it is intriguing. A romantic blend of palates that are very seldom paired emerges. The taste makes for quite the evening of riotous entertainment”, says creator and host J.Bobs Tshabalala. “One is the quintessential township jousting tournament, a battle of urban suave and kasi finesse (LLL).  The other locates its crux in the holds of reserved suburbia being unleashed, a battle of quant decorum and sharp wits (OTR). Combined, these shows give to the audience a fuller experiential scope of the larger South African narrative”. 

This is what makes the show a perfect fit at POPArt. “With a constant focus on. developing a broad audience base, as well using arts and culture as a vehicle for sharing South African experiences, this double bill is something that fits perfectly within the frame  artistic direction, as well as appeals to our existing and desired audience”, says Hayleigh Evans of The POPArt Theatre. “ We believe that playing on a regular basis will grow the audience and maximize additional opportunities for the format. All in all, a perfect long term collaboration” 

About Jefferson Bobs Tshabalala

Jefferson Bobs Tshabalala is the founder and owner of the Johannesburg based live arts production house, Kiri Pink Nob Arts (Pty) Ltd. This company produces straight plays, sketch comedy shows, poetry in performance productions and slams, stand-up comedy shows, and variety bill performance events.  Recently, he has started producing game shows for the stage and screen. 

Tshabalala creates works across varied fields, ranging from Orthodox Drama to Hip Hop Theatre. He was nominated at the 2014 Naledi Theatre Awards for the Best Emerging Voice award, and in 2015 his production of Secret Ballot was nominated at the Naledi Awards for Best Ensemble production. In 2014, he also became a director in residency at the Market Theatre, to create a new play for the senior students at the Market Theatre Laboratory, for the Student Festival in Grahamstown, and for the Arts Alive festival in Johannesburg.  

As an independent theatre producer, Tshabalala has etched a unique niche for himself as both a professional director, and an experimental creative, striking a fine balance in order to cater for both an emerging, and an established market. His dexterity has also seen him work in various capacities, as a writer, director and also a performer. At Kiri Pink Nob, he is the Managing and Artistic Director. 

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Mon 2nd Oct 8pm R80 Tue 3rd Oct 8pm R80

Theatre • Running Time: 75 mins
Presented by Umoya Shakespeare Company | Written by William Shakespeare | Directed by Sean Redpath | Performed by Sean Redpath, Miles Petzer, Sarah Richard and Guy Trask
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The Tragedy of Macbeth takes us into the mind of one of Shakespeare’s most conflicted characters; Macbeth, a valiant military leader whose dormant desire for power is awakened when a mysterious prophesy foresees his becoming king. Allured by the promise of greatness, and spurred on by his wife, Lady Macbeth, he takes it upon himself to ensure the prophesy is fulfilled. Desire for power soon gives way to the fear of losing it, and he finds himself compelled to course of action that ultimately leads to his own demise.

Inspired by the tireless work of the Royal Shakespeare Company and its founders, Umoya Shakespeare Company is dedicated to staging dynamic productions of Shakespeare’s plays, founded on performance excellence. Umoya means ‘spirit’ or ‘breath of life’, and it is the mission of Umoya Shakespeare Company to once again breathe life into these theatrical masterpieces.

The Creative Team:

Sean Redpath (Creative Director of Umoya Shakespeare Company and Performer)

Sean trained as an actor at the University of the Witwatersrand Drama School as well as in dance and musical theatre at Tshwane University of Technology. He has performed in both drama and musical theatre productions, most notably Fiddler on the Roof, and Christopher Marlowe’s The tragical History of Dr. Faustus. He has directed several musical productions, most notably Little Shop of Horrors. He also carries several film and TV credits, and regularly coaches fellow professional actors.

However, Sean’s greatest theatrical passion is for the plays of William Shakespeare, a passion that has grown and been nurtured with time. He spent several years in London continuing his training as a classical actor, which included work with Barbara Kinghorn, former actress with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), as well as closely observing and studying the Shakespeare productions of Trevor Nunn, a prominent former director of the RSC. In South Africa Sean participated in Shakespeare workshops with Louis Scheeder of the New York University Tisch School of the Arts, whose work ties in closely with that of the RSC.  Much too was learned in workshops with South African veteran Shakespeare Actress Dorothy Anne Gould. 

Sean founded Umoya Shakespeare Company in 2016, with the aim of creating a truly South African Shakespeare Company with standards of excellence comparable to the RSC and other great Shakespeare Companies.

Miles Petzer (Performer)

If acting, directing and scriptwriting was a three course meal, Miles Petzer would be eating it daily. Here is someone who's passion and dedication is only the top of the menu. Hailing from the homeland of Paul Kruger and Jack Parrow, Miles graduated at the Tswane University of Technology earning a B-tech degree in Drama and Film studies.

Since then he has enveloped himself in Theatre from Shakespeare's "Othello" and "Henry V" to Nicholas Ellenbogen's "Horn of Sorrow", in Film concerning the likes of Richard Van Der Westuizen in "Dinner for Two", and in Television playing James in "Binneland" and Corporal Murry in BBC's "The Last Post". Miles has appeared in many other things but unfortunately bios are short.

Versatility, Understanding, and Professionalism are some of the cornerstones Miles approaches his work with and aside from reading and long walks on the beach, Miles enjoys playing guitar and singing in the car. This is a young man who loves life and ultimately loves good food.

Sarah Richard (Performer)

Sarah Richard is an actress, singer, voice artist and dancer. She completed her studies at Tswane University of Technology in 2008, and at RADA in 2013. Since graduating she has appeared in local television shows Binnelanders and 90 Plein Street. Musical appearances include Aspects of Love, Boys in the Photograph, Seussical, Freckleface Strawberry, Robinson Crusoe, Pippi Longstockng, Sleeping Beauty, Penelope Pixi’s Birthday Adventure, Into the Woods and Shrek the Musical. Theatre appearance include The Mouse Trap, Luke and Helena, Othello, Thrice Upon a Time, Rumlestiltskin and Locked in Locked out. Her performances in Pteradactyls, Faust and Penelope Pixies Birthday Adventure earned her nominations for both the Naledi theatre awards and the Durban Theatre Awards. 

Guy Trask (Performer)

Guy Trask trained as an actor at Open Window Institute, majoring in screen acting, film and television. He stared in several short films, most notably Bennie Bester’s, I’ve seen God, She’s Black and The Middle. Guy is also no stranger to the stage, having had training at Marion College where he obtained consecutive distinctions in drama as well as in The Trinity College of London Advanced Performance Certificate. Performance highlights include Torvald in Ibsen’s A Dolls House, Simon Chachava in Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Vladimir in Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, Frikkie in Reza De Wet’s African Gothic, and Hamlet in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Guy makes his professional stage debut in Umoya Shakespeare Company’s Macbeth.

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Thu 5th Oct 8pm R100 (R80 online) Fri 6th Oct 8pm R100 (R80 online) Sat 7th Oct 8pm R100 (R80 online) Sun 8th Oct 3:30pm R100 (R80 online)

Traditional African Storytelling • Running Time: 60 mins
Hosted by Baeletsi Tsatsi
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Story and Breath is a monthly storytelling show hosted by Baeletsi Tsatsi. Baeletsi tells stories with a different theme every month.

An Australian based storyteller, Kathrine Jones surprised me with an anthology of stories Fearless Girls, Wise Women and Beloved Sisters, in the mail. And for October I will be telling stories from this collection. The anthology is made up of traditional stories from different cultures that jump off the page and ask to be told. 

For the October Story and Breath I will forgo my normal line up of African traditional stories and take listeners through Punjab culture, the tales of the wise women of Iraq, the musical stories of Korea and of course, the last installment of Mwindo, the unwanted chief. 

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Sat 7th Oct 3:30pm R100

Stand-up Comedy • Running Time: 70 mins
Schalk Bezuidenhout
Warning: +16 Mature Content
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Schalk Bezuidenhout is quickly becoming one of South Africa`s best and most loved comedians. Rumour has it that, if you stare at his jerseys for long enough, you can hear Christmas music... or get a headache. No wonder they call him: Jersey Boy.

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Thu 12th Oct 8pm R120 Fri 13th Oct 8pm R120: Hurry! Only 25 tickets left! Sat 14th Oct 8pm R120: Hurry! Only 25 tickets left!

Workshop • Running Time: 120 mins
Presented by Bronwen Kerry Hirshowitz (B-Sharp Entertainment)
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This 2 hour workshop will cover the basics in the Music Industry as a Business and Brand: the tools to get your music out there, basic PR and how to conduct yourself in an interview scenario: the second hour will deal with a practical exercise simulating interviews and interview scenarios. 
The workshop includes discussions on: 

How to treat your music as a business;
The different role players in the industry;
Online Brand Reputation Management;
Social Media; 
Publicity & interviews;
And more.

Space is limited.
Note books and pens will be supplied. 
Please bring a Biography of you or your band to the workshop.

About Bronwen:

Bronwen has been involved in the entertainment industry from a young age, and has worn many hats. She performed as a dancer, actress and singer in various Musical Theatre roles, as a member of the RAU/UJ Song and Dance Company.

She has an ATCL, LTCL Diploma in musical theatre with Trinity College.

She is also a qualified attorney, but is not practicing,

She has worked in Media; radio and online, over a period of 5 and a half years, where she has produced and presented for radio (including various community stations and 702).

She owns her own Brand and Website called B Sharp Entertainment – which profiles theatre, music, art, dance, comedy, etc.

She has interviewed over 200 musicians, artists, actors, entertainers both for radio and for the website.

She managed the band – B-TRAQ.

She is a freelancer in Media and Publicity, and has a music show on MIX 93.8 FM on the ROCKFEST; every Wednesday night/Thursday Morning – midnight to 2am.

She also has an internationally recognized Diploma in Digital Marketing & Social Media Marketing.

Bronwen receives countless requests from musicians, daily, to assist in this crazy but wonderful industry of Music and Entertainment.

“There is a great need for mentorship in this industry and I have been playing around with doing workshops for entertainers, specifically musicians, for a very long time. I feel that now is the time to share my knowledge and I hope people will benefit from these workshops. Hopefully there will be a positive response, so that this can be the first of many”, states Bronwen.

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Sat 14th Oct 10am R250: Hurry! Only 29 tickets left!

Poetry and Live Music • Running Time: 90 mins
Featuring poet Koleka Putuma accompanied by the Mkizwana Ensemble | Opening Band: The First People
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Collective Amnesia Under African Skies is a creative collaboration between award-winning poet & author Koleka Putuma and the Mkizwana Ensemble. Featuring readings from Putuma's collection of poems, Collective Amnesia, and accompanied by the music from the Mkizwana Ensemble's debut album, African Skies, Collective Amnesia Under African Skies promises to deliver the product of a creative cocktail. The production includes an opening performance by indigenous jazz ensemble The First People. 

More about the collaborators:

Koleka Putuma: Award-winning poet and theatre practitioner Koleka Putuma has taken the South African literary scene by storm with her debut collection of poems. Described as “survival poetry”, Collective Amnesia has sold over 2000 copies in less than 5 months and is prescribed for study at tertiary level in South African Universities. 

Putuma is the winner of the 2014 National Poetry Slam Championship and the 2016 PEN South Africa Student Writing Prize. She has been named ‘One of Africa’s top 10 Poets’ by Badilisha Poetry; one of the ‘Young Pioneers Who Took South Africa by Storm in 2015’ by The Sunday Times; one of ‘12 Future Shapers’ by Marie Claire SA and, recently, one of the ‘100 Young People Disrupting the Status-Quo in South Africa’ by Independent Media. 

The Mkizwana Ensemble: Following the successful release of their debut album, African Skies, the Mkizwana Ensemble are fast becoming a household name amongst jazz enthusiasts and claiming their place amongst the stars. Formed by double bass player Viwe Mkizwana, the six piece ensemble of musical heavyweights boasts the talents of Thandi Ntuli (piano), Sphamandla Mdlalose (vocals), Malusi Masia (saxophone), Lungile Kunene (drums), Ntsikelelo Mcwabe (trumpet), Lebo Mabe (trombone ) and often collaborates with Tsepo Pooe’s Poe-tic Strings members Tsepo Pooe (cello), Neo Phambuka (cello), Lebogaang Ledwaba (violin), Kabelo Monnathebe (violin) and Sipho Sibiya (viola), to form a thirteen piece musical marvel to be reckoned with. 

The Mkizwana Ensemble, formed in 2014, has made major strides since its inception, having performed at the Moretele Jazz Festival, Standard Bank Joy of Jazz and boasting sold-out performances at The Orbit and the State Theatre, to name a few. The album, African Skies, has been well celebrated by local audiences and media alike, receiving rave reviews which led to an invitation to tour Germany and Switzerland with the MIAGI Orchestra. 

Mkizwana, who is no stranger to taking the lead, has served as the Principle Bassist in the Gauteng Philharmonic and MIAGI Orchestras. This performer’s illustrious career has seen him perform internationally in Sweden, Amsterdam and London and attend masterclasses under the tutelage of Leon Bosch, Marike Prins and Mark Duby. He has featured alongside celebrated musicians Rodolfo Maderos of Argentina, Gilberto Gil of Brazil, Anders Paulson of Sweden and Camille Favre-Bulle of France. In 2011, Mkizwana was part of the South African Legends Project which featured the likes of Grammy Award winner Wouter Kellerman, John Fresk, McCoy Mrubatha, Paul Hanmer and Khaya Mahlangu. 

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Tue 17th Oct 8pm R120 (R100 online)

Live Nude Literary Salon • Running Time: 80 mins
Warning: 16+
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Naked Girls Reading is back, this time with Queerly Beloved show - dedicated entirely to queer writers, queer readings and LGBTQI stories!

There is something altogether more intimate about a woman reading in the nude. Let the thrilling and eccentric ladies mesmerise you with their tales from a range of novels, short stories and modern fiction and allow you to witness the delight and splendour of women who like to read… naked. 

What is Naked Girls Reading? 
At each event, a small cast of beautiful ladies remove their clothing (yes, all of it) and read to 
an adoring audience.

Are the girls really naked? 
Yes, we are.

Is the audience naked? 
No they are not.

Do the girls read to themselves or out loud? 
We read out loud to the audience. It is entertaining, magical, often funny, sometimes heart-wrenching and really very sexy.

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Fri 20th Oct 8pm R130 (R120 online) Sat 21st Oct 8pm R130 (R120 online) Sun 22nd Oct 3:30pm R130 (R120 online)

Theatre • Running Time: 65 mins
Based on Bruce Clark’s book Performed by David Muller Directed by Celia Musikanth
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Cape Town actor, David Muller brings Bruce Clark’s book “Love Sex Fleas God” to life, with the direction by Celia Musikanth.

Struggling with Scientology and other childhood adversities the audience experiences a rollercoaster ride as Bruce evolves into a fun-loving kind father. Poignant, humourous, this is a must see for dads & moms. 

Bruce's grandmother ends up as his and his sister's legal guardian. Because of his mother who made Scientology her calling, he attends over fifteen different schools before finally dropping out and becoming a hobo. Yet, he overcomes this all and becomes a stay-at-home father. This is his story: you'll cry, you'll laugh. It's worth every penny.

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Thu 26th Oct 8pm R100 (R80 online) Fri 27th Oct 8pm R100 (R80 online) Sat 28th Oct 8pm R100 (R80 online) Sun 29th Oct 3:30pm R100 (R80 online)