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Varied fare for Playhouse festival

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BY BILLY SUTER

KHANYO Maphumulo, Gloria Bosman, The KZN Philharmonic Orchestra and the Playhouse Chorale will perform at the Gala Concert planned as a highlight of the 22nd South African Women’s Arts Festival at Durban’s Playhouse in August. 1,055 more words

Theatre

The Head & the Load / SS Mendi - 14-18 NOW at Tate Modern & NST City Southampton

Last month I saw Akram Kahn’s Xenos, a solo dance piece at Sadler’s Wells Theatre which brilliantly highlighted the forgotten soldiers from the Indian sub-continent who fought in the First World War. 364 more words

Theatre

dead was the body until I taught it how to move

dead was the body until I taught it how to move was such an amazing play and got me so reflective about why I break, who I’ve impacted from it, and got me to be reminded about how thankful I should be. 94 more words

Thoughts

O'Gorman Brothers

Joe O’Gorman the Irish Comedian was born in Dublin on May 24th, 1863.

Attaining a local reputation as a dancer and singer he resolved to try his luck in England and secured an apprenticeship with Horace Wheatley. 41 more words

Reblogs

Summer is Moving Along

Doing a little catch up.

Last Saturday John went on a little hike.  He left on Friday evening and slept in his car.  In the morning, he got up and hiked to Jefferson Park in the Cascade Mountains.  432 more words

Family

Review - Barry Humphries' Weimar Cabaret

Barry Humphries shares his childhood discovery of a stack of sheet music in a Melbourne second-hand book store, music which revealed a largely forgotten flowering of creative, original and experimental music from Germany in the 1920s. 415 more words

Review

Review: Locked Up at Tristan Bates Theatre

Possibly the only thing worse than being locked up and kept in isolation for an indeterminate amount of time is not knowing who’s responsible or why. 640 more words

London Theatre