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LONG TRAIN RUNNING
Barry Thomson displays sheer professionalism in handling the frontline of Heritage Theatre show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-08-6) - Read more

THE GOLFER
South Africa’s Master of Mirth takes to the greens in all-new, one-man, laugh-a-line stage comedy. (article published 2008-08-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES # 201
Latest wine release from Simondium is a splendid prize-winning cabernet. (article published 2008-07-30) - Read more

THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW
Round three for Frank ‘n’ friends at Barnyard Theatre. (Review by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2008-07-23) - Read more

SAVOURY MINCE
Renowned divas to perform at Heritage Theatre. (article published 2008-07-23) - Read more

WILD & FRAGRANT
Barbie Meyer’s take on Herman Charles Bosman’s hilarious stories and his life. (article published 2008-07-20) - Read more

LUTHER VANDROSS TRIBUTE
Phantom Ship’s Upper Deck at Ushaka Marine World offers new show. (article published 2008-07-20) - Read more

SLEEPING BEAUTY ...AND THAT LITTLE PRICK
Brand new adult pantomime and brand new supper theatre venue for festive season. (article published 2008-07-20) - Read more

THE EAGLES SHOW
A tribute to the Eagles, by their greatest fan Stuart Mey, at the Dockyard Supper Theatre, Musgrave. (Review by Pauline Dalais) (article published 2008-07-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #200
Groote Post farm in the Darling district is an interesting place in many ways. (article published 2008-07-15) - Read more

MAGICAL MAYHEM
Good old fashioned entertainment in a new guise for Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2008-07-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #199
The Long Mountain Wine Company products sampled at private tasting group. (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

COUNTDOWN TO COOK-OFF
Local restaurateurs will battle it out in a ‘Ready Steady Cook’ style competition. (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

RHYTHM OF THE NIGHT
The Sultry Sounds of Latin America at Gateway. (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

THE VON MEMERTYS - A CELEBRATION
Touching, life-affirming evening featuring Ian von Memerty, his wife Vivienne and their two children. (article published 2008-06-30) - Read more

THE BAT CAFÉ SUPPER CLUB RETURNS!
Vivian Moodley of BAT Café to present follow-up to highly successful inaugural event. (article published 2008-06-27) - Read more

TAINTED LOVE
Tribute to the ‘80's at the Upper Deck on uShaka’s Phantom Ship. (article published 2008-06-25) - Read more

MELANIE LOWE’S FAREWELL GIG
Successful singer/songwriter gives farewell performance before moving to Johannesburg. (article published 2008-06-25) - Read more

CHEZ MOULIN ROUGE
Centrefold to appear at Hillcrest Club on June 24. (article published 2008-06-23) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #198
Many and varied are the ways in which liquor producers try to obtain publicity for their products. (article published 2008-06-17) - Read more

PRIME CIRCLE FOR BARNYARD
Premier rock band at Barnyard Theatre at Gateway for one performance on June 26. (article published 2008-06-17) - Read more

MADAME ZINGARA’S THEATRE OF DREAMS
Enter a magical world of glamour, splendour, fine food and incredible performance! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-06-13) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #197
Chardonnay undergoes blind tasting! (article published 2008-06-2) - Read more

BARNYARD AUDITIONS
Auditions to take place on June 5 for Barnyard Theatre production. (article published 2008-06-2) - Read more

THE SOUND OF MOVIES
Songs made famous by the Movies at the Hexagon Dive in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2008-06-2) - Read more

COME FLY WITH ME
New injection of energy – and a touch of class – for the Gee Jays with the introduction of Jonothan Didlick! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-05-28) - Read more

COME FLY WITH ME
Heritage Theatre to host The GeeJays back with a brand new show. (article published 2008-05-26) - Read more

MUSIC IN KARKLOOF
Dix Voster to appear at fundraising evening. (article published 2008-05-26) - Read more

MADAME ZINGARA
Magical gourmet spiegeltent to reach Durban on May 22. (Report by Elena Beis) (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #196
Interesting byway of SA wine industry provided by the Institute of Cape Wine Masters. (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #195
New entry at the top end of the chenin market from Nederburg. (article published 2008-05-11) - Read more

NEW YORK CITY BEAT
Great music from singer/songwriters associated with the famed Brill Building in New York. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-04-27) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES REVISITED
Devised, directed and performed by a brilliant quartet of talents, the show could hold its own on stages round the world. (Review by Lynne Goodman) (article published 2008-04-26) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #194
Brandy crosses cultural differences and Plaisir de Merle wins two gold medals at Swiss International Airlines Wine Awards. (article published 2008-04-14) - Read more

NEW YORK CITY BEAT
Dockyard show celebrates the music emanating from the famous Brill Building in Brooklyn, New York. (article published 2008-04-7) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2008
Sixth annual Fools Award took place at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on April 1. (article published 2008-04-7) - Read more

RHYTHM OF THE NIGHT
The sultry sounds of Latin America for The Barnyard at Gateway in June. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #193
New release from Plaisir de Merle and Pernod Ricard releases Wyborowa Exquisite. (article published 2008-03-31) - Read more

MOTOWN ON DECK
A soulful trip down Motown Memory Lane. (Review by Pauline Dalais) (article published 2008-03-28) - Read more

LUCKY PLEBEIAN
John Vlismas to appear at Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest in April. (article published 2008-03-24) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES
Macabre musical mixture of madness, murder and mirth as smash-hit show returns to Rhumbelow. (article published 2008-03-21) - Read more

HOLLYWOOD ROCKS
Gateway Barnyard offers explosive tribute to great rock music from the movies. (article published 2008-03-21) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO JOHN DENVER
Bernie Davenport and Miriam Backhouse to perform at Le Domaine. (article published 2008-03-21) - Read more

ARNO & FRIENDS
One of South Africa’s most revered vocalists for two performances at Gateway. (article published 2008-03-21) - Read more

CON CAMPBELL AT HEX
A jazz evening with Con Campbell will take place at the Hexagon Theatre in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2008-03-21) - Read more

BEAUTY AND THE B.E.E!
Ben Voss’s new show is hailed as “Black by Popular Demand!” (article published 2008-03-16) - Read more

GOINGPLACES
Arts and tourism promotion company now has a presence at the Dept of Arts and Culture’s new offices. (article published 2008-03-15) - Read more

FEELIN’ GOOD
Glitzy cabaret pays tribute to wing in magical uShaka Marine World setting. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-03-15) - Read more

FEELIN’ GOOD
A tribute to swing can be seen on Thursdays at uShaka Marine World. (article published 2008-03-10) - Read more

YOUR MOMMA DON’T DANCE
Barnyard Theatre features Danny Fisher with his two beautiful and talented daughters. (article published 2008-03-9) - Read more

SINATRA, BENNETT & FRIENDS
Dockyard Theatre features the return of the “lounge singer”. (article published 2008-03-9) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #192
Topiary Wines releases its first four wines; Distell increases its sales by 7,6 per cent and Allesverloren wins distinction in Sweden (article published 2008-03-6) - Read more

IN THE SUMMERTIME
If you can’t beat the summer heat - join it with Heritage Theatre high-energy show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-03-2) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES
Award-winning brutal cabaret returns to Rhumbelow with Lisa Bobbert, Anthony Stonier and Andrew Warburton. (article published 2008-02-28) - Read more

A-MEN!
Amusing entertainment from madcap “singing sisters”. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-02-23) - Read more

IN THE SUMMERTIME
Heritage Theatre presents red-hot musical featuring all-time favourite summer songs. (article published 2008-02-22) - Read more

THE VERY WEATHERED GIRLS
Musical comedy from The Family Players and Friends at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2008-02-22) - Read more

THE STRANGE CASE OF THE MIDLANDS HEIRESS
Paul Spence and Annie Robinson return to Hexagon Dive with their latest dinner thriller. (article published 2008-02-22) - Read more

THE CONVENT GIRLS
Amusing evening from two powerhouse cabaret performers as they celebrate 27 years of friendship. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-02-21) - Read more

WILD & FRAGRANT
Comedy-drama on the works of Herman Charles Bosman for South Coast venue. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

LARRY & THE LOUNGE LIZARDS COMEBACK
Stuart Mey has reunited his popular band of yesteryear to perform on Tuesdays at Dockyard Theatre. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

THE ART OF MAKING ART
Westville Theatre Club to present family musical. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

DOCKYARD NEWS
Forthcoming attractions for Musgrave Centre supper theatre venue. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

DEADLINE EXTENDED!
Deadline for the 11th Annual Business Day-BASA Awards 2007 has been extended to March 14. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #191
Robertson Wine Valley’s Wacky Wine Weekend; Zandvliet wins gold medal and Nederburg redesigns bottles and labels. (article published 2008-02-15) - Read more

A-MEN!
Anthony Stonier, Rowan Bartlett and Sean De Klerk present musical mayhem at Rhumbelow. (article published 2008-02-15) - Read more

SIMPLY THE BEST
Three evenings of music, romance and laughter at Hexagon Dive in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2008-02-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #190
New flagship red wine from Middelvlei Estate. (article published 2008-02-15) - Read more

FOM RECITAL: JEROME PERNOO/JEROME DUCROS
Technical prowess and artistic insight in excellent recital given for the Friends of Music. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2008-02-15) - Read more

EASTERN DINNER AT LE DOMAIN
Internationally-acclaimed Indian classical performers appear in Hillcrest venue. (article published 2008-02-9) - Read more

CLIFF
Hats off to the Dockyard Theatre for letting patrons relive the Cliff Richard era! (Review by Pauline Dalais) (article published 2008-01-31) - Read more

FREE TICKETS FROM DURBS MAGAZINE
DURBS Magazine is giving away two tickets to the Daniel Millar Fundraiser of “Natural Woman” on February 2. (article published 2008-01-31) - Read more

JAZZ SINGER VALENTINES DAY SPECIAL
The Heritage Theatre offers special event for Valentine’s Day. (article published 2008-01-31) - Read more

BELLA V AND MADALA KUNENE
International Flute Player and King of the Zulu guitar to perform at Luna Lounge in Kloof. (article published 2008-01-31) - Read more

NAKED LOVE @ THE CORNER CAFÉ
David Gouldie and Lliane Loots choreograph Flatfoot Dance Company at Glenwood Café. (article published 2008-01-30) - Read more

CLIFF
Dockyard Theatre to pay musical tribute to Sir Cliff Richard. (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

IAN & VIV
Ian von Memerty and his wife Vivienne to perform at The Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

DANIEL MILLAR FUNDRAISER
Special performance of “Natural Woman” at Barnyard Gateway to raise funds for Daniel Millar. (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

NATURAL WOMAN
Barnyard Theatre to take a take a seductive and powerful look at the history of women in modern music. (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

JAZZ SINGER
Heritage Theatre’s sell-out tribute to have return season. (article published 2008-01-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES: DEC 31, 2007
Plaisir de Merle produces 14th vintage of chardonnay since the farm’s existing cellar was opened in 1993. (article published 2008-01-5) - Read more

HAPPY NEW 2008!
All the best for the new year! (article published 2008-01-1) - Read more

SWANSONG SOIREE
Carol Trench gives farewell performance before leaving Durban to live in Norway. (article published 2007-12-26) - Read more

WATERSHED KICK BACK TOUR
Amstel proudly presents The Watershed Kick Back Tour – Summer 07/08 (article published 2007-12-26) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
All the best for a Happy Christmas! (article published 2007-12-24) - Read more

MOTOWN FOR EVER!
Hamish Kyd revises his popular show which played the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2007-12-23) - Read more

LIBEROCCO
Rocco de Villiers to present a Liberace tribute at Rhumbelow Theatre in January. (article published 2007-12-23) - Read more

THE KING AND QUEEN
The works of Elvis and Freddie Mercury flow comfortably side by side in enjoyable Heritage Theatre show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-12-20) - Read more

11th ANNUAL BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS 2007
Closing date for entries is 28 February 2008 for 2007 awards. (article published 2007-12-9) - Read more

THE BEST OF IAN & RORY
Two of South Africa’s most well-loved, respected and versatile performers offer tremendous entertainment. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-12-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #188
South African wines criticised, KWV produces new red wine and Plaisir de Merle renovates its tasting centre. (article published 2007-12-4) - Read more

REVOLUTION
Westville Theatre Club presents “stand and deliver” show. (article published 2007-12-3) - Read more

THE KING AND QUEEN
All-new take on the music of Presley and Mercury for Heritage Theatre. (article published 2007-12-3) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS WINNERS
The Mercury Durban Theatre Awards 2006-2007 winners. (article published 2007-11-27) - Read more

NAF FRINGE REGISTRATION
Registration for 2008 Fringe at the National Arts Festival Grahamstown opens December 1. (article published 2007-11-24) - Read more

DURBAN MEN’S CHOIR
Popular male choir to perform supper entertainment at the Kloof Town Hall. (article published 2007-11-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #187
Nederburg chooses the name Manor House for a range of high quality wines intended to emulate the architectural balance of the old building. (article published 2007-11-19) - Read more

SIMPLY THE BEST
Meryl Kurz’s new Pig & Whistle Productions’ show is a fund-raising performance in Howick. (article published 2007-11-19) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATIONS
The Mercury Durban Theatre Awards 2006-2007 nominations list (article published 2007-11-17) - Read more

THE MERCURY DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Get out your feather boas and sparkly tiaras for glitzy glamorous awards evening! (article published 2007-11-17) - Read more

DISCO FEVER!
Excellent music choice for highly entertaining festive season show at Dockyard Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-11-9) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #186
New release from Elgin Vintners and KWV 10 Year Old Brandy wins gold medal and a trophy. (article published 2007-11-8) - Read more

MICHAEL NAIKER
South Africa’s funniest “Hinnian O” back at Heritage Theatre by popular demand. (article published 2007-11-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #185
Ways of persuading more people to become wine-drinkers and the Juliet Cullinan Wine Festival. (article published 2007-10-22) - Read more

THE BEST OF IAN & RORY
Rhumbelow moves its operations for a short period to the DLI Hall to host fundraiser. (article published 2007-10-17) - Read more

DISCO FEVER!
Dockyard Theatre promises party of note for the festive season. (article published 2007-10-17) - Read more

NOEL AND COLE
Informal evening of music as Anthony Stonier explores Coward and Porter. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-10-15) - Read more

BAD MOON RISING
Ever-popular whacky GeeJays have audiences responding in delight from the very start. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-10-12) - Read more

RAPSODI IN PINK
Popular songs in close harmony for Hexagon in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2007-10-11) - Read more

NOEL AND COLE
De–lightful, De-licious, De-lovely – promises Anthony Stonier. (article published 2007-10-10) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #184
Thirty-third Nederburg wine auction has generated a good deal of comment. (article published 2007-10-9) - Read more

THE DA MINCEY CODE
Right royal queens of drag court controversy with stilettos and fun with falsies. (Review by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2007-10-5) - Read more

BAD MOON RISING
Ever popular Gee Jays get together at the Heritage Theatre for their annual jaunt. (article published 2007-10-1) - Read more

MINCE
Legendary duo back at Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest. (article published 2007-09-29) - Read more

DAN PATLANSKY
Acclaimed blues artist launches South African tour at Heritage Theatre on October 1 and 2. (article published 2007-09-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #183
New range from Clos Malverne under the name of Devonet. (article published 2007-09-24) - Read more

SUPASTAGE
Supastage now to reach a bigger and broader market. (article published 2007-09-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #182
Extraordinary wines to be sold at Nederburg Auction. (article published 2007-09-18) - Read more

ACOUSTIC MOODS
This ‘sit-down show’ takes the form of a laid-back soiree and had me meandering down memory lane. (Review by Pauline Dalais). (article published 2007-09-13) - Read more

A TOUCH OF PINK
Darren King and Marion Loudon present their new cabaret at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2007-09-13) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #181
Pink wines and screwtops gaining popularity and blind tasting top marks to go Western Cape wines (article published 2007-09-2) - Read more

CELTIC ROCK
Barnyard to present everything that is endearingly Irish. (article published 2007-09-2) - Read more

SWING INTO SPRING
Charity Show features seven piece band led by Evan Roberts. (article published 2007-08-26) - Read more

THE RETURN OF THE CONVENT GIRLS
Lisa Bobbert and Tonya Koenderman take a lighthearted look at their lives. (article published 2007-08-20) - Read more

ROCK, RATTLE AND ROLL
Remember the Fifties and Sixties at popular show at the Hexagon. (article published 2007-08-20) - Read more

NOEL AND COLE
Anthony Stonier presents show that is “De–lightful, De-licious, De-lovely” in October. (article published 2007-08-19) - Read more

D.O.F.
Don’t miss Aaron McIlroy in funny, clever and well conceived lecture demonstration by the Department of Forensics (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-08-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #180
Increasing interest in high quality white wines to be reflected in 2007 Nederburg wine auction. (article published 2007-08-14) - Read more

ACOUSTIC MOODS
Laid-back soirée at Dockyard supper theatre in Musgrave. (article published 2007-08-14) - Read more

D.O.F.
Aaron McIlroy’s outrageous stage comedy for Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest. (article published 2007-08-11) - Read more

BOSMAN’S WOMEN
Excellent balance of fact and fiction – a brief report on an excellent show. (Review by Dawn Haynes) (article published 2007-08-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #179
Middelvlei’s latest red wine will go well with almost any food or by itself. (article published 2007-08-4) - Read more

WATERSHED AT BARNYARD THEATRE
Award-winning band to launch their 2007 tour at Barnyard Theatre at Gateway (article published 2007-07-23) - Read more

HISTORY OF DURBAN SUPPER THEATRE
Tracing the history of the vibrant Supper Theatre circuit in Durban. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-07-22) - Read more

THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN
Five-piece boy band pay tribute to the legends of rock ‘n roll. (article published 2007-07-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #178
Two Oceans expanding its international export market and Elgin Vintners receives gold medal. (article published 2007-07-20) - Read more

BEHIND THE MASK
Rory Rootenberg returns with unforgettable evening of love and pathos, song and surprise. (article published 2007-07-20) - Read more

RUGGA BUGGERS
Thomie Holtzhausen and Francois Vermaak take a fun look at rugby. (article published 2007-07-19) - Read more

BLACK MAMBA – DIRECTOR’S CUT
James Cuningham proves excellent partner for Ben Voss in rerun of hilarious sketches. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-07-18) - Read more

BLACK MAMBA – DIRECTOR’S CUT
James Cuningham joins forces with Ben Voss for award-winning satirical smash-hit. (article published 2007-07-12) - Read more

BASTILLE DAY CELEBRATION
Judith Hawthorn and Luke Holder to perform excerpts from Les Misèrables. (article published 2007-07-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #177
Groote Post vineyards introduce glass stopper and Pernod Ricard donate trees for the greening of Soweto. (article published 2007-07-1) - Read more

MASTERS OF ROCK VOL 3
The Dockyard Theatre in Musgrave is rocking with the sounds of The American Chapter of Masters of Rock! (Review by Pauline Dalais) (article published 2007-06-28) - Read more

MICHAEL NAIKER
“Funniest hinnian O” to give six performances at Heritage Theatre. (article published 2007-06-24) - Read more

FRENCH CABARET IN LIONS RIVER
Celebrate the French National Day, Bastille Day, with cabaret à la française! (article published 2007-06-24) - Read more

DRAGGED OUT
Family Players present collection of the audience favourites from the last six years. (article published 2007-06-24) - Read more

MASTERS OF ROCK – VOL. 3
Dockyard Supper Theatre continues successful tribute to all-time greats of the rock genre (article published 2007-06-24) - Read more

BARNYARD THEATRE FUNDRAISER
Performance in aid of the Guide Dog Association at Barnyard Theatre on June 20. (article published 2007-06-19) - Read more

THE ONUS CHRONICLES
Two performers bring to life a variety of characters encountered each day in South Africa. (article published 2007-06-18) - Read more

BOSMAN'S WOMEN
Two-hander directed by Bets Basson gives performances in KZN as well as Eastern and Western Cape. (article published 2007-06-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #176
As it’s midwinter, it’s time to turn our thoughts to brandy. (article published 2007-06-18) - Read more

EXTREME GLITZ
Cast of female impersonators with a little bit of drag to perform at Bellevue Guesthouse. (article published 2007-06-16) - Read more

BUDDY
Smaller in scale than production seen at the Playhouse, but with all the fun and exuberance intact. (Review by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2007-06-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #175
Six distinguished red wines, some produced in small quantities presented to private tasting group. (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

BRITISH INVASION EXTENDED
Dockyard Theatre show extended to June 9. (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

CHICKS ROCK
Fun, fast-moving and entertaining show is an excellent choice for Heritage Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-06-1) - Read more

BEHIND EVERY MAN – A THEATRICAL CABARET
Cape Town cabaret artist Godfrey Johnson appears in two productions at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2007-05-27) - Read more

SONGS OF LOVE AND LIPSTICK
Cape Town cabaret artist Godfrey Johnson appears at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2007-05-27) - Read more

BAMBI IN KABARET
Pieter-Dirk Uys and Godfrey Johnson tell extraordinary story of Evita Bezuidenhout’s sister! (article published 2007-05-27) - Read more

BUDDY HOLLY FOR REACH FOR A DREAM
Proceeds of Barnyard Theatre show to go towards fulfilling dreams of children faced with life-threatening illnesses. (article published 2007-05-27) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #174
Nederburg Auction to take place in September and Nederburg Chardonnay chosen best in its class by the Wine of the Month club. (article published 2007-05-20) - Read more

BARRY HILTON FOR LE DOMAINE
“The cousin” performs at Le Domaine in Hillcrest. (article published 2007-05-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #173
Wacky weekend in the Western Cape well worth a visit. (article published 2007-05-15) - Read more

GAY, BLACK AND IMMORTAL
Rapid-fire comedian John Vlismas back in Durban for one week only at Heritage Theatre. (article published 2007-05-13) - Read more

TONY COX AT LUNA LOUNGE
A treat is in store for you with celebrated acoustic guitarist currently performing in Botha’s Hill. (Review by Rosalie Howard) (article published 2007-05-13) - Read more

THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY FUNDRAISER
Special performance for Reach for a Dream. (article published 2007-05-7) - Read more

GIRLS LUV 2 ROCK
Centrefold to appear at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2007-05-6) - Read more

TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
Unpretentious, low-fuss showband entertainment makes for obvious crowd-pleaser. (Review by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2007-04-28) - Read more

SPEED DATE
Rhumbelow Theatre to host up and coming teenage talent in musical review. (article published 2007-04-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #172
Many wines from the Cape continue to earn high praise from the experts in the overseas markets. (article published 2007-04-24) - Read more

THE BRITISH INVASION
Energetic and fast moving rollercoaster ride at full blast through British music that swept the US. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-04-22) - Read more

TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT
Tribute to the greatest male vocalists of all time at Barnyard at Gateway. (article published 2007-04-11) - Read more

BARNYARD AUDITIONS
Open auditions for vocalists and musicians at The Barnyard Theatre at Gateway on April 13, at 11h00. (article published 2007-04-11) - Read more

THE BRITISH INVASION
Dockyard production features the music of British singers and bands who invaded America in the 1960’s. (article published 2007-04-6) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES # 171
The crown on Meerendal wines commemorates a pre-republican event. (article published 2007-04-6) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2007 WINNERS
Fifth annual Fools Awards honoured artists in KZN. (article published 2007-04-3) - Read more

ARNO UNPLUGGED
Arno Carstens to perform two shows only at The Barnyard Theatre at Gateway. (article published 2007-03-30) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #170
Veritas Wine Awards hold show in Durban for the first time. (article published 2007-03-30) - Read more

FRENCH CAFÉ SONGS
Award winning French chanteuse Danièle Pascal for Heritage Theatre. (article published 2007-03-30) - Read more

COUNTRY LEGENDS FOR LE DOMAINE
Kick up your heels and don those Stetsons with Lance James, Clive Bruce, Bobby Angel and Barbara Ray. (article published 2007-03-30) - Read more

ARNO UNPLUGGED
Arno Carstens to perform two shows only at The Barnyard Theatre at Gateway. (article published 2007-03-25) - Read more

BARNYARD BEATLEMANIA
Beatle tribute for Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2007-03-25) - Read more

DRAGGED OUT
The Family Players promise drag comedy at its best at Rhumbelow. (article published 2007-03-25) - Read more

FRIENDS OF MUSIC: AVIGAIL BUSHAKOVITZ
The gifted child has now become a mature and confident artist. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2007-03-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #169
Top marks at private wine tasting to the Jordan Cobblers Hill of 2003. (article published 2007-03-13) - Read more

VERITAS
South Africa’s largest and oldest wine show to be held in Durban for the first time. (article published 2007-03-8) - Read more

INFERNO
Opera and singalong at Hexagon Dive in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2007-03-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #168
Elgin Vintners release three reds, plus a new vintage of their sauvignon blanc. (article published 2007-03-4) - Read more

AWAKENING RAW TALENT
Entertainment workshops to be held at Glenwood Boys High School. (article published 2007-03-4) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS ARE FIVE
Vote online now for your favourite KZN artists! (article published 2007-03-4) - Read more

SONGS MY LOVER FORGOT TO SING ME
Gentle introspective cabaret is a real treat. (Review by Illa Thompson) (article published 2007-03-3) - Read more

IT'S THE BANK'S FAULT!
No “F” word but still biting and laser sharp – Banks wows the Heritage! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-03-1) - Read more

DEE’S & BEE’Z
English/Irish Pub Night from popular male duo. (article published 2007-02-26) - Read more

WALKING IN MEMPHIS
Barnyard Theatre at Gateway to host return season of Shaky Russell in Elvis tribute. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

DOUBLE DOSE
Westville Theatre Club to present supper theatre evening of two one-act plays. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

BARNYARD CHANGES
Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre has undergone R1 million upgrade. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

PULLING MY LEG!
Garth Anderson and Wallace McDougall for Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

CENTREFOLD SHOWCASE
Popular cabaret group perform at Bella Vista Supper Club Reunion. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

SUNSET SOIREE
Programme of familiar love songs to bring back memories for Pietermaritzburg venue. (article published 2007-02-22) - Read more

GODFREY JOHNSON FOR RHUMBELOW – CORRECTED VERSION
Cape Town Cabaret Artist presents programme titled “Songs My Lover Forgot To Sing Me”. (article published 2007-02-21) - Read more

GIRL POWER
New show opening at Stars Showbar on February 22. (article published 2007-02-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN'S WINE NOTES #167
Relatively new winery with distinctly unusual winemaking operation produces three new wines. (article published 2007-02-16) - Read more

ROCK ME AMADEUS
Barnyard at Gateway presents ideal unwind-and-jol entertainment. (Report by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2007-02-11) - Read more

JUST THE TWO OF US
Durban Diva Pinkie Mtshali and Kobus van Niekerk promise cruise down memory lane at Rhumbelow. (article published 2007-02-11) - Read more

CENTREFOLD AT BANGKOK WOK
Valentine’s Day cabaret show from Centrefold in Hillcrest. (article published 2007-02-11) - Read more

RHUMBA AT RHUMBELOW
A fun afternoon of dancing with Colin Penn and his Pennants. (article published 2007-01-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #166
Champagne, Methode Cap Classique and Graham Beck. (article published 2007-01-28) - Read more

ROCK ME AMADEUS
Sequel of popular show for re-launched Barnyard Theatre at Gateway. (article published 2007-01-26) - Read more

BEHIND THE MASK
Rhumbelow Theatre to host Rory Rootenberg. (article published 2007-01-22) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2007
Nominations invited from production companies for 2007 Fools Awards (article published 2007-01-22) - Read more

THE BEE GEES
Dave Arnold, Andrew Jones and Paul Cassells do justice to Bee Gees music at Dockyard. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-01-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #165
Anthony Rawbone-Viljoen broadens his estate to produce wine. (article published 2007-01-19) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO WAYNE DELPORT
Long-time friend and colleague Shanthan Pillay pays tribute. (article published 2007-01-7) - Read more

DEFENDING THE PLANET IS BACK
Heritage Theatre to host return season of Aaron McIlroy and Lisa Bobbert’s hilarious show. (article published 2007-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
All the best to artSMart regular readers and visitors for 2007! (article published 2006-12-31) - Read more

STUART MEY PAYS TRIBUTE TO WAYNE DELPORT
Dockyard owner and director pays tribute to Wayne Douglas Delport (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
The artSMart team wishes all readers and advertisers a happy Christmas. (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

STUART MEY PAYS TRIBUTE TO WAYNE DELPORT
Dockyard owner and director pays tribute to Wayne Douglas Delport (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

DEATH OF WAYNE DELPORT
Talented young singer dies of a heart attack at the age of 25. (article published 2006-12-24) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS 2006
Business sponsors of the arts invited to enter awards for innovative and effective sponsorship. (article published 2006-12-15) - Read more

BOOK CLUB
GeeJays reprise their most popular show to date at Heritage Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-12-12) - Read more

DEATH OF MERVYN GOODMAN
Former theatre impresario and co-owner of The Cellar takes his own life. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-12-9) - Read more

LATINO MAGIC
Latin rhythms and party-time makes for Dockyard Theatre’s festive season show. (article published 2006-12-4) - Read more

ROCK ME AMADEUS
Sequel of earlier show to run in January at upgraded Barnyard Theatre at Gateway. (article published 2006-12-3) - Read more

BOOK CLUB
Ever wondered about the female version of the “Boys’ night out”? Head for Heritage! (article published 2006-12-2) - Read more

BOOK CLUB
Gee Jays to enlighten audiences as to what actually goes on at the female version of “boys’ night out. (article published 2006-11-29) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #164
Pinot noir chosen as the theme for private wine group’s Christmas tasting. (article published 2006-11-29) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #163
House of Krone, as the sparkling wine cellar at the farm is named, has now released a bubbly. (article published 2006-11-23) - Read more

THE STRANGE CASE OF HESTER CILLIER
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at Hexagon Dive (article published 2006-11-20) - Read more

BOOK CLUB
Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest to present Gee Jays’ 21st celebration. (article published 2006-11-20) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARD NOMINATIONS
The list of nominations for The Mercury Durban Theatre Awards 2005-2006. (article published 2006-11-20) - Read more

THE MILLENNIUM DAME
Westville Theatre Club to present fun traditional pantomime. (article published 2006-11-19) - Read more

SURFING SAFARI
Sunny sounds of summer at Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre. (Review by Billy Suter) (article published 2006-11-19) - Read more

THE PINK SHOW
Darren King to be main attraction show for the Nottingham Road Pink Festival. (article published 2006-11-5) - Read more

ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS
The Family Players supported by dancers and male singers put together a variety of talents. (article published 2006-11-5) - Read more

THE MERCURY DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Get out your feather boas and sparkly tiaras for Durban’s annual glitzy “Oscars” night. (article published 2006-11-5) - Read more

LET’S PARTY!
Party big time at the new Stars Showbar in Umhlanga. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-11-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #161
On its own merlot makes a lovely wine and this was very clear at a recent gathering of our private tasting group. (article published 2006-10-29) - Read more

BAROCK AND ROLL
Classical crossover for Rhumbelow Theatre (article published 2006-10-29) - Read more

THE MERCURY DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Fourth annual glitzy Durban Theatre Awards welcomes The Mercury as its media partner. (article published 2006-10-29) - Read more

LATINO MAGIC
Dockyard’s festive season offering is vibey, colourful and energetic. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-10-29) - Read more

SURFING SAFARI
Need to fantasise about island life… exotic cocktails, unsurpassed sunsets and vibrant music? (article published 2006-10-23) - Read more

LET’S PARTY!
New Umhlanga venue opens as Stars Showbar and Supper Theatre. (article published 2006-10-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #160
Subtle nuances of winemaking well illustrated in background to latest white wine released by Clos Malverne. (article published 2006-10-18) - Read more

CALIFORNIA DREAMING
Transfer of the Mamas and the Papas tribute show to Heritage doesn’t recapture original style. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-10-14) - Read more

EDITORIAL ON HOLD FOR A WHILE
artSMart editor out of action for a while. (article published 2006-10-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #159
Something reassuring about this dedicated, long-term family Middelvlei operation. (article published 2006-10-2) - Read more

A TASTE OF THOMSON
At Heritage Theatre, Barry Thomson performs what he enjoys – and does – best! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-09-30) - Read more

SYD KITCHEN AT VESTIGE
Slingshot Productions presents A Nite Out Session with Syd Kitchen at Vestige. (article published 2006-09-25) - Read more

A NIGHT WITH THE STARS
Fundraising dinner dance and entertainment for Msunduzi Hospice. (article published 2006-09-25) - Read more

THE OCTAVES
Evening of supper theatre in DHS Hall on September 29 and 30. (article published 2006-09-25) - Read more

SOIRÉE
Carol Trench, Anthony Stonier and Evan Roberts take popular show to Rhumbelow. (article published 2006-09-25) - Read more

A TASTE OF THOMSON
Heritage Theatre hosts one-man show by guitar wizard Barry Thomson. (article published 2006-09-24) - Read more

SURFING SAFARI
Barnyard to celebrate summer with festive three-month long beach party! (article published 2006-09-23) - Read more

THEATRE UNDER THE STARS
Frank Graham performs programme of candlelight theatre in Ashburton on September 30. (article published 2006-09-23) - Read more

SINATRA, DAVIS & MARTIN
Enjoy Stuart Mey at his best with a luxurious big band sound in his new Dockyard venue. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-09-22) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #158
About 70 enthusiasts turn out for De Wetshof Estate tasting. (article published 2006-09-12) - Read more

DON’T BURST MY BUBLE
Jonothan Didlick appears in his debut solo production at Hillary Bowling Club. (article published 2006-09-12) - Read more

LE DOMAINE EVENTS
Dining and Dance Evening and Centrefold for Club de Vie in Hillcrest. (article published 2006-09-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #157
Blind wine tasting offers interesting results. (article published 2006-09-7) - Read more

THE BATS
Much loved comedy team return to Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest with “Loudly South African”. (article published 2006-09-5) - Read more

SINATRA, DAVIS & MARTIN
New Dockyard Supper Theatre on Musgrave kicks off with return to the age of swing. (article published 2006-09-2) - Read more

NEW DOCKYARD
Dockyard Supper Theatre set to open this month in its new premises at Musgrave. (article published 2006-09-2) - Read more

MUSIC MAYHEM
Westville Theatre Club presents annual variety show of music and dance. (article published 2006-08-25) - Read more

LATINO LADIES
Liz Cunningham, Angela Dodds and Marion Loudon perform Latin rhythms at Rhumbelow. (article published 2006-08-25) - Read more

THE JAZZ SINGER
Heritage Theatre presents return season of successful tribute to Neil Diamond. (article published 2006-08-25) - Read more

SWEET & HOT
Karen Campbell-Gillies and Charles Kusner present a celebration of love, life and coffee at Rhumbelow. (article published 2006-08-22) - Read more

A TASTE OF THOMSON
Barry Thomson to perform “one man” show at Heritage Theatre. (article published 2006-08-20) - Read more

HOT CHOCOLATE
Dark, decadent and delicious entertainment at Gateway. (article published 2006-08-20) - Read more

COUNTRY & WESTERN EVENING
Le Domaine's Club in Hillcrest invites over 40’s to dress up in cowboy/girl outfits for fun evening. (article published 2006-08-20) - Read more

NAF APPLICATIONS
National Arts Festival welcomes applications for presentations at the 2007 festival. (article published 2006-08-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #156
Jordan family of Stellenbosch successfully completed transition from shoemakers to winemakers. (article published 2006-08-15) - Read more

SURFING SAFARI
Barnyard Theatre celebrates Durban summers with a three-month long beach party! (article published 2006-08-15) - Read more

JUKE BOX HERO
Audiences call the tune at Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2006-08-8) - Read more

GIRLS LUV TO ROCK!
Centrefold appears in Curtain Call Supper Theatre at Stephward Estate. (article published 2006-08-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #155
Moreson, has become one of the Cape’s most consistent producers of premium wines. (article published 2006-08-5) - Read more

THE JAZZ SINGER
Attendance breaking show returns to Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest. (article published 2006-08-5) - Read more

TOM JONES & JOHNNY MATHIS
Colin Penn “transports” top stars to the Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2006-08-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #154
Timely reminder to the wine industry that the pockets of wine drinkers are not endlessly deep. (article published 2006-07-23) - Read more

BEHIND THE MASK
Rory Rootenberg and Lana English back with highly entertaining production at Heritage Theatre. (article published 2006-07-22) - Read more

BLACK MAMBA
Uncompromising sharpness to sketches which are socially astute and extremely clever. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2006-07-20) - Read more

BOSMAN'S WOMEN
Production brought back by popular demand to South Coast’s Riverbend Conference Centre. (article published 2006-07-20) - Read more

JUKE BOX HERO
Audience chooses songs and cast perform requests live on stage at Barnyard. (article published 2006-07-17) - Read more

DANCING CRAB
New venue in Umhlanga offers different show on different nights. (article published 2006-07-15) - Read more

PAUL MCCARTNEY
Dockyard Theatre’s last show at its current premises marks great strides since the company’s inception. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-14) - Read more

THE G-SPOT
Frank Graham and Graham Rich for Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2006-07-11) - Read more

DOCKYARD TO MOVE
Popular supper theatre venue moving from harbour entrance to Musgrave. (article published 2006-07-11) - Read more

BLACK MAMBA
Ben Voss and John van de Ruit take new show to Heritage Theatre. (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

THE PAUL MCCARTNEY TRIBUTE
Dockyard Supper Theatre presents final show at harbour entrance before it relocates to Musgrave Centre. (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

DIDLICK & PHILANDER
Jonathan Didlick and Clinton Philander to appear at Le Domaine in Hillcrest. (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #153
New range of wines from Van Loveren called Five’s Reserve. (article published 2006-07-3) - Read more

THE DANCING CRAB
New Supper Dance Theatre for Umhlanga. (Review by Brian Roodt) (article published 2006-07-2) - Read more

DOCKYARD TO MOVE
Supper theatre venue to relocate to Musgrave Centre. (article published 2006-07-1) - Read more

MADONNA
Dockyard’s Hall of Fame tribute series salutes the most successful lady in pop. (article published 2006-06-21) - Read more

MINCE AND THE CITY
Mince “girls” offer same world-class performance in their latest show. (article published 2006-06-19) - Read more

DANCING CRAB RESTAURANT
New supper dance theatre in Umhlanga. (article published 2006-06-19) - Read more

GREASE
Barnyard Theatre Productions offers brand-new rendition of world-acclaimed rock ‘n roll musical. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

ELTON JOHN AT DOCKYARD
Fourth show in Dockyard’s Hall of Fame series pays tribute to Sir Elton John. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #152
Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival to come to Durban. (article published 2006-06-12) - Read more

BOSMAN’S WOMEN
ColaborArt project directed by Bets Basson. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

VOICES A LA CARTE
Feisty vocalists from Durban head for Uvongo to perform at Stephward Estate. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

FRANK GRAHAM FOR ASTIA
Candlelight Theatre under the Stars at Ashburton. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #151
Recent releases from Clos Malverne near Stellenbosch. (article published 2006-05-29) - Read more

ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT
Highway Intimate Theatre Society promises a "witches brew" of suspense and drama. (article published 2006-05-29) - Read more

DÉJÀ VU
Anthony Stonier and Karen Campbell-Gillies for Rhumbelow. (article published 2006-05-24) - Read more

COMING OF AGE
The Gee Jays offer a highly entertaining romp from start to finish. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-05-24) - Read more

DANNY FISHER & HIS GIRLS
Celebrities @ Swiss Manor House feature popular entertainer on May 27. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

GREASE
Spirited, highly talented cast in excellent voice in top-notch Barnyard musical. (Review by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2006-05-19) - Read more

60'S REVISITED
Popular group, Centrefold, presents lively musical review at Le Domaine in Hillcrest. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO FRANK SINATRA
Le Domaine in Hillcrest welcomes back tribute show by popular demand. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

COMING OF AGE
The Gee Jays celebrate 21 years at The Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
Dockyard Theatre continues its series of tribute shows. (article published 2006-05-13) - Read more

YESTERDAY ONCE MORE
Popular musical hits show returns for farewell season! (article published 2006-05-9) - Read more

AT THE HOP
Popular Pig & Whistle Show to be staged in Pietermaritzburg in aid of CHOC. (article published 2006-05-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #150
Boston-based group of women of colour make fascinating speakers at opening of Nederburg wine auction. (article published 2006-05-2) - Read more

GREASE IS THE WORD
New rendition of world-acclaimed rock ‘n roll musical. (article published 2006-04-30) - Read more

DOCKYARD HALL OF FAME
New concept to the theatre-going public of Durban. (article published 2006-04-24) - Read more

EKSPLORATION!
Bieke Joubert and Kristof Labelle present cabaret in Uvongo. (article published 2006-04-24) - Read more

DENIM TO DIAMONDS
Company of Theatre Arts presents celebration of diamond and denim music at Rhumbelow. (article published 2006-04-24) - Read more

NAKED PART ONE
Put on your stylish party best for Naked Part One with Peroni at BBB. (article published 2006-04-23) - Read more

HARVEST MOON
The Barnyard Theatre unplugged with acoustic rock show. (article published 2006-04-13) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #149
32nd Nederburg wine auction produces prices which offer good news for consumer and the wine industry. (article published 2006-04-13) - Read more

NAKED PART ONE
Event at BBB explores interaction of art styles in relaxed and innovative form. (article published 2006-04-9) - Read more

THE LOSER RETURNS!
Funnyman Aaron McIlroy plays the Heritage Theatre from April 12. (article published 2006-04-9) - Read more

OL’ BLUE EYES
Grant Bell to appear in Frank Sinatra Tribute at Le Domaine Supper Club. (article published 2006-04-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #148
How long can you keep a bottle of South African red wine … and an introduction to wines from Wellington. (article published 2006-03-30) - Read more

DOCKYARD HALL OF FAME
Dockyard to present new concept of six tribute shows in 10 days. (article published 2006-03-25) - Read more

YESTERDAY ONCE MORE
Popular 60’s and 70’s music cabaret to have more performances in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2006-03-25) - Read more

25 + 1
Family Players perform fundraiser to assist bowls team for MOTH nationals. (article published 2006-03-24) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS
Leading contenders for the Fools Awards – but anything can happen between now and Sunday! (article published 2006-03-24) - Read more

MOJO BLUES BAR & GRILL
Restaurant and live music venue situated in The Square on Umhlanga Rocks Drive. (article published 2006-03-23) - Read more

HARVEST MOON
Acoustic rock show for Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

MAX BACK
Peter Maxwell to present one more show at Rhumbelow before he returns to the UK. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

SOIREE IN MANOR GARDENS
Carol Trench, Anthony Stonier and Evan Roberts to perform on March 24. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

ROCKING FUNDRAISING INITIATIVE
Enriching Young Lives Initiative to hold inaugural fundraising function at Barnyard. (article published 2006-03-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #147
Latest addition from Jordan Winery in Stellenbosch and new auctioneer for Nederburg Wine Auction. (article published 2006-03-18) - Read more

MOTOWN MAGIC
Rousing production has potential to be one of the most successful shows at Heritage Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-03-15) - Read more

IMPROVEMENTS AT RHUMBELOW
The Family Players intend installing air conditioning in their popular venue. (article published 2006-03-13) - Read more

TRACY CRESSWELL
Singer and guitarist appears live at Zacks every Wednesday. (article published 2006-03-13) - Read more

MASTERS OF ROCK VOLUME 2
Stuart Mey responds to public demand by presenting second series in popular show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-03-11) - Read more

DOCKYARD MASTERS RETURN
Responding to public demand, Dockyard brings back popular concept. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

COTA AUDITIONS
The Company of Theatre Arts to host auditions for show to take place in May. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

OLD BLUE EYES
Colin Penn and his Pennants feature Grant Bell at the Rhumbelow. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

DEATH OF AUBREY LOUW
Major figure in the Computicket organisation passed away on February 24. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2006
Sunday Tribune SM comes on board as media partner for the 2006 Fools Awards. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

A TOUCH OF BROADWAY
Westville Theatre Club to present an evening of fun, music and more. (article published 2006-02-28) - Read more

THE BATS AT HERITAGE
40 years on, The BATS prove their popularity in show at the Heritage Theatre. (article published 2006-02-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #146
Blended whites at private wine tasting group. (article published 2006-02-28) - Read more

OLD BLUE EYES
Colin Penn presents tribute to Frank Sinatra at various venues in KZN. (article published 2006-02-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #145
Paul Wallace of Wallovale Vineyards produces his first malbec wine. (article published 2006-02-15) - Read more

ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK
Rock-solid – pun intended – programme of hit numbers bound to be a winner at Barnyard. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-02-15) - Read more

YESTERDAY
Show featuring hits of the 60's and 70's back for more performances in the Hexagon Theatre, Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2006-02-8) - Read more

ABBA RUN EXTENDED
Dockyard Theatre production extends by several performances due to public demand. (article published 2006-02-8) - Read more

CROSS CURRENT
Cross Current's Valentine's performance at Lynton Hall, Pennington. (article published 2006-02-5) - Read more

LEND ME A TENOR
The Highway Intimate Theatre celebrates 45 years with hilarious farce. (article published 2006-02-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #144
Viognier white grape forecast as the wine of the future. (article published 2006-01-31) - Read more

MAX BACK
Peter Maxwell returns to Rhumbelow Theatre in February. (article published 2006-01-31) - Read more

ABBA
Accurate and enjoyable tribute to the Swedish foursome is best show at Dockyard to date. (Review by Caroline Smart (article published 2006-01-27) - Read more

THE JAZZ SINGER
Highly enjoyable show at Heritage Theatre will delight old and new Neil Diamond fans. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-01-25) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #143
Elgin Vintners, a partnership of six grape growers, have recently placed their first wine on the market. (article published 2006-01-21) - Read more

THE JAZZ SINGER
Heritage Theatre to host tribute to Neil Diamond. (article published 2006-01-19) - Read more

ABBA BACK TO DOCKYARD
ABBA tribute returns to harbour entrance venue in response to public demand. (article published 2006-01-10) - Read more

A HANDFUL OF KEYS
Third incarnation at Barnyard of popular show promises to be younger, taller and fresher. (article published 2006-01-8) - Read more

DAN PATLANSKY
“Six string prodigy” returns to Durban to perform at Dockyard. (article published 2005-12-31) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Wishing all readers the very best for 2006! (article published 2005-12-31) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
All the best for Christmas and the festive season. (article published 2005-12-24) - Read more

LEND ME A TENOR
Highway Intimate Theatre to present Ken Ludwig’s farce in February. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

MEDIEVAL FEAST
Garb yourself accordingly and head for Greensleeves Medieval Kingdom. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

CLOUT PERFORMS IN DURBAN
Revitalised and rekindled Clout takes to the stage at the Dockyard Supper Theatre. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

YESTERDAY ONCE MORE
Hits of the 60's and 70's make up final show at Hexagon in Pietermaritzburg for 2005. (article published 2005-12-5) - Read more

DARKHORSE PRODUCTIONS
Jane Cross and Megan Levy branch out on their own. (article published 2005-12-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #142
River boat at Viljoensdrift, two women in the Cape wine industry take the limelight and Plaisir de Merle acquires membership of BWI. (article published 2005-11-30) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS WINNERS
Glittering awards ceremony honour top talent in various performing arts categories. (article published 2005-11-22) - Read more

JOHNNY BE GOOD
Hillcrest’s Heritage Theatre to host popular Gee Jays over the festive season. (article published 2005-11-20) - Read more

XMAS WITHOUT BONEY-M
Centrefold promises a frolic through the 12 days of Christmas. (article published 2005-11-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #141
165 South African wines chosen for next year’s Nederburg Auction in April. (article published 2005-11-16) - Read more

KALEIDOSCOPE
Stacey Almond, Attina Petrova and David Daniel for Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Business and arts partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

COLE PORTER/DINNER FOR ONE
Westville Theatre Club presents Christmas show from December 8 to 10. (article published 2005-11-13) - Read more

CELLI-BRATION
On November 12, Music Revival will present The Six Cellos of the KZNPO in a Celli-bration. (article published 2005-11-13) - Read more

NOT THE ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE
Fund-raising show to take place at Glenwood High School on November 28. (article published 2005-11-13) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATIONS
Durban theatre talent to be honoured in awards ceremony on November 21. (article published 2005-11-10) - Read more

JOHNNY BE GOOD
Gee Jays return to Heritage Theatre with rock and roll show supported by live band. (article published 2005-11-7) - Read more

MINCE
Cape Town drag icons and flawless lip-sync performers visit Heritage Theatre for the first time. (article published 2005-11-3) - Read more

BEHIND THE MASK
Lana English and Rory Rootenberg present a show of high musical standard and dynamics. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-11-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #140
KWV, Chivas Regal and Chilean carmenere. (article published 2005-11-1) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Barnyard’s festive season show celebrates the music of the 60’s. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-10-23) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS 2004-2005
The third annual Durban Theatre Awards ceremony will take place at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on November 21, 2005. (article published 2005-10-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #139
Waverley Hills wines are organically produced in a historical area of the Cape. (article published 2005-10-19) - Read more

I LOVE THE NIGHT LIFE
Fun evening of song, dance and comedy at the Oyster Box Hotel on October 21. (article published 2005-10-17) - Read more

BENT ON BOLLYWOOD
Drag Comedy from The Family Players at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2005-10-17) - Read more

HOLLYWOOD ROCKS
Dockyard makes excellent choice for festive season with well-presented show of blockbuster movie music. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-10-16) - Read more

BEHIND THE MASK
Rory Rootenberg and Lana English bring their Hilton Festival sold-out hit to Heritage Theatre. (article published 2005-10-15) - Read more

GREASE FOR BARNYARD
Barnyard Theatre Productions secure rights to world-acclaimed rock ‘n roll musical. (article published 2005-10-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #139
Wine tasting of Lanzerac wines – with a touch of Mumms. (article published 2005-10-6) - Read more

BOSMAN SHORT STORIES
“A Leopard, a Tree, Bosman, You & Me” for Margate Art Museum. (article published 2005-10-6) - Read more

HOLLYWOOD ROCKS
The Dockyard heads for the festive season with compilation of blockbuster movie music. (article published 2005-10-6) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Barnyard pays tribute to a decade where the pace of change in international, social and cultural affairs was quicker than in any other. (article published 2005-10-4) - Read more

LIFE IS A CABARET!
Who better to handle the wonderful works of John Kander and Fred Ebb than Carol Trench, Anthony Stonier and Evan Roberts? (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-09-30) - Read more

CONVENT GIRLS
Lisa Bobbert and Tonya Koenderman to present their new show at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2005-09-23) - Read more

MUSIC AND MAYHEM
Captain Entertainment aka Ian Von Memerty sets out to save variety in a highly entertaining supper theatre production. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-09-22) - Read more

CELEBRATE
Westville Theatre Club presents its annual production. (article published 2005-09-21) - Read more

LIFE IS A CABARET!
Elegant tribute to the art form of cabaret at the Heritage Theatre, Hillcrest. (article published 2005-09-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #138
Reasonable wines at reasonable prices and new agreement to lead to entry of prominent business women into the Cape wine industry. (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

LIFE IS A CABARET!
Carol Trench and Anthony Stonier pay elegant tribute to the art form of cabaret. (article published 2005-09-8) - Read more

MELODIES OF BROADWAY
Songs from musicals past and present form fundraiser concert. (article published 2005-09-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #137
Blind tasting at home, Nederburg Auction raises R187,000 and South African wines continue to win awards in Europe. (article published 2005-08-30) - Read more

WALKING IN MEMPHIS
Lovers of Elvis music will enjoy this tribute. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-08-27) - Read more

GLAMOUR
Starring the magnetic Helene Joseph, this Heritage Theatre show lives up to its hype. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-08-24) - Read more

ROBERTS RETROSPECTIVE
Melanie Roberts and Evan Roberts share the high and lowlights of their working careers in an evening of great music. (article published 2005-08-21) - Read more

GENTLE ON MY MIND
Centrefold presents their entertaining show at Kearsney College on August 26. (article published 2005-08-21) - Read more

GYPSY & TANGO IN VIENNA
Dinner event by Music Revival at Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2005-08-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #136
Stellenbosch-based Vinimark organisation holds annual trade fair in Durban. (article published 2005-08-15) - Read more

DURBAN MEN’S CHOIR
Popular male choir to host supper theatre at Kloof Town Hall from August 18 to 20. (article published 2005-08-15) - Read more

ONE MORE NIGHT
New show at the Dockyard presents a more professional feel and Andrew Jones does justice to Phil Collins’ numbers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-08-12) - Read more

GENTLE ON MY MIND
Centrefold presents an evening of "gentle" classics sung in three-part harmony at Pietermaritzburg venue. (article published 2005-08-8) - Read more

BLUES CAFÉ
Dockyard Theatre starts regular Tuesday night Blues Cafe from August 9. (article published 2005-08-8) - Read more

GLAMOUR
Dazzling new show to come to The Heritage Theatre in Hillcrest. (article published 2005-08-7) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC COURT CASE
Media statement by the Performing Arts Network Of South Africa (PANSA) on the National Arts Council (NAC) court case: (article published 2005-08-7) - Read more

WALKING IN MEMPHIS
Next show at Barnyard Theatre at Gateway capitalises on Elvis Presley. (article published 2005-08-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #135
Top marks at wine tasting group for chardonnay. (article published 2005-08-1) - Read more

ONE MORE NIGHT
Dockyard Supper Theatre pays tribute to British musical icon, Phil Collins. (article published 2005-07-28) - Read more

THE STAND-UP
Aaron McIlroy back by popular demand at Heritage Theatre. (article published 2005-07-22) - Read more

THEATRE DATE
Innovative scheme by Dockyard Theatre aims to introduce like-minded singles to one another. (article published 2005-07-22) - Read more

IN THE MOOD
Total local content a welcome feature of latest show at The Barnyard. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #134
Glamorous newcomer to local wine scene; Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival and Longridge Winery wins high distinction. (article published 2005-07-19) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Barnyard production pays tribute to the decade that ran the gauntlet from sugary pop to acid rock. (article published 2005-07-18) - Read more

IN THE MOOD
Barnyard Theatre at Gateway pays tribute to swing music. (article published 2005-07-12) - Read more

MUSICAL MANIA
A mix of song and dance at Rhumbelow from musical hits from COTA. (article published 2005-07-12) - Read more

WEST COAST CRUISING
Another smash hit by the irrepressible Stuart Mey as per his tried and trusted formula. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2005-07-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES: No.133
Big family name in shoes now moves into the wine industry (article published 2005-07-5) - Read more

GOING TO GRAHAMSTOWN
artSMart Editor to relocate to Grahamstown temporarily for the Festival. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

HERITAGE MONDAY
Monday programme for Heritage Theatre. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

IN THE MOOD
Barnyard to pay tribute to swing classics with home-grown Durban show. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

TELL US WHAT YOU THINK
Research sponsored by BASA into arts coverage in the mass media. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

JOHNNY B GOODE
Gee Jays take a welcome leap forward with their new show performed with a live band. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-06-27) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No.132
Manley Private Cellar and blind tasting evaluates wines in order of price. (article published 2005-06-20) - Read more

WEST COAST CRUISING
Dockyard Supper Theatre stage “transported” to California for new show. (article published 2005-06-17) - Read more

JOHNNY BE GOOD
New show at Heritage Theatre from the Gee Jays performing with live band for the first time. (article published 2005-06-15) - Read more

WE DO IT FOR LOVE
Drag comedy at its best as Family Players raise funds for stage crew member. (article published 2005-06-13) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL
Artists in all disciplines invited to take part in March 2006 Festival. (article published 2005-06-12) - Read more

CAVEBRATS! FATHER’S DAY SPECIAL
Brunch special of Aldo Brincat’s comedy in the Royal Hotel Grill Room on June 19. (article published 2005-06-11) - Read more

D’ARTS MAGAZINE IS BACK!
Durban Arts Association’s highly popular magazine is back in business! (article published 2005-06-11) - Read more

LIFE, LOVE AND EVERYTHING ELSE
Four members of KZN Youth Choir create show to enable them to go Germany. (article published 2005-06-9) - Read more

WELL I NEVER!
Candlelight theatre production with Vera Clare and Garth Anderson. (article published 2005-06-7) - Read more

DEFENDING THE CAVEBRATS! EXTENDS
Entertaining one-man show in the Royal Hotel Grill Room now running to end June. (article published 2005-06-7) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No. 131
Blind wine tastings and Diners Club International’s re-launch of their Winelist. (article published 2005-06-7) - Read more

60'S REVISITED
Lively musical revue to have one performance at Hexagon Theatre. (article published 2005-06-6) - Read more

THE 60'S REVISITED
Centrefold appears in nostalgic trip through the decade of the 60's at the Hexagon. (article published 2005-05-31) - Read more

LIFE IS A CABARET!
Anthony Stonier, Carol Trench and Evan Roberts present elegant tribute to the art form of cabaret. (article published 2005-05-30) - Read more

LOVE ACTUALLY
One performance of popular show for Heritage Theatre on May 30. (article published 2005-05-30) - Read more

DOUBLE UP
Westville Theatre Club present a “double up” of one-act plays. (article published 2005-05-29) - Read more

A TWIST OF BROADWAY
Talented youngsters hold their own against seasoned performers in enjoyable musicals tribute. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-05-28) - Read more

AUDITION FOR HITS SHOW
Highway Intimate Theatre Society to hold auditions on May 30. (article published 2005-05-25) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #130
Groot Eiland Winery and Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival. (article published 2005-05-23) - Read more

BORN TO RUN
Those who liked the Barnyard’s “Glory Days” will enjoy this show just as much. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-05-21) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
All info to be found on the Festival pages. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

A TWIST OF BROADWAY
Second season to open at the Heritage Theatre will feature David Dennis. (article published 2005-05-15) - Read more

DEFENDING THE CAVEBRATS
Enjoyable and entertaining evening in the splendid surroundings of the Royal Hotel’s Grillroom. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-05-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #129
Ilala Cream and a white wine called Amehlo. (article published 2005-05-9) - Read more

MAMA LEONIE’S SINGING WAITERS
Colin Penn production for Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2005-05-7) - Read more

A TWIST OF BROADWAY
Next production at new Heritage Theatre to explore fanciful world of musicals. (article published 2005-04-29) - Read more

BORN TO RUN
Barnyard Theatre Productions teams up with Ian von Memerty for sequel to hit show “Glory Days”. (article published 2005-04-29) - Read more

DEFENDING THE CAVEBRATS!
Aldo Brincat takes his acclaimed one-hander comedy to the Royal Hotel Grill Room. (article published 2005-04-27) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES - No.128
Biodiversity and biodynamics buzz-words at recent Nederburg wine auction at Paarl. (article published 2005-04-27) - Read more

HERITAGE THEATRE OPENS
New supper theatre opens in Hillcrest and looks set for great things to come. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-04-22) - Read more

SONGBIRDS
Tribute to best known female singers of the 20th century for Crossways Country Inn and Epworth High School. (article published 2005-04-18) - Read more

ROCK FOR ASIA NOW ROCKS 4 U
Westville Theatre Club extends run of popular show, now under the title of “Rock 4 U”. (article published 2005-04-18) - Read more

COMING TO HERITAGE
Productions planned for the new Heritage Theatre at Hillcrest Village Heritage Market. (article published 2005-04-16) - Read more

HERITAGE THEATRE
Custom-built 240-seater supper theatre at Heritage Market on track to open on April 21. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-04-16) - Read more

ROCKING THROUGH THE 80’S
Lovers of 80’s music will enjoy this one, and John Stengel steals the show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-04-15) - Read more

NLDTF INFO CENTRE
National Lotteries Board Information Centre now based at DTI campus in Tshwane. (article published 2005-04-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #120
31st annual Nederburg wine auction raises just on R7,5 million. (article published 2005-04-11) - Read more

LOVE ACTUALLY
Laid back, easy-going compilation of songs about love at Royal Grillroom. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-04-7) - Read more

DRAG RAGING
Family Players offer show all about the "speed" of life. (article published 2005-04-4) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2005
Winners of the Fools Awards 2005 were announced last night at the Catalina Theatre. (article published 2005-04-2) - Read more

JOHNNY PLAYS GUITAR
Whiz guitar players head vibrant rock show. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2005-03-31) - Read more

A FRENCH AFFAIR
Evening of cabaret in old-fashioned music hall style at the Oyster Box on April 8. (article published 2005-03-27) - Read more

DOCKYARD NEWS
Forward plans for Dockyard Theater on Point Waterfront. (article published 2005-03-27) - Read more

LOVE ACTUALLY
A musical gaze at romance at the Royal Hotel Grillroom! (article published 2005-03-26) - Read more

CHOCOLATE
Comedy and music mixed delightfully into a delectable and outlandish brew! (article published 2005-03-24) - Read more

JOHNNY PLAYS GUITAR
Show is dedicated to the essential rock ‘n roll instrument – the guitar. (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

THE STAND UP
Aaron McIlroy takes his latest stage comedy to the New Heritage Theatre, Hillcrest, from April 20. (article published 2005-03-20) - Read more

VAREKAI IS POSITIVE ABOUT KZN
Varekai Productions applaud Department of Arts, Culture and Tourism and comment on positive outlook for the future. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-03-16) - Read more

CHOCOLATE
After dinner shows to be performed in Uvongo and Market. (article published 2005-03-15) - Read more

MAXWELL AT RHUMBELOW
Peter Maxwell makes his first appearance at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2005-03-15) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Revival of popular 60’s music show. (article published 2005-03-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No.126
Two recent releases from La Motte. (article published 2005-03-14) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2005
Voting online now open to the public for awards acknowledging top achievers. (article published 2005-03-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No. 125
Annual pre-Nederburg Auction wine tastings prove to be both jolly and informative. (article published 2005-03-10) - Read more

ZACKS AT HERITAGE
Melanie Roberts and Evan Roberts laid-back musical tribute. (article published 2005-03-7) - Read more

ROCK FOR ASIA
Westville Theatre Club puts on fund raising show in aid of Asian Tsunami victims. (article published 2005-03-7) - Read more

DEATH OF LOUISE SINCLAIR
Tribute to former Playhouse box office staff member who died in January. (article published 2005-03-3) - Read more

HELLO … IS THERE ANY BODY THERE?
Highway Intimate Theatre presents farce by Ian Hornby in Pinetown Library this weekend. (article published 2005-03-1) - Read more

BARNYARD COMEDY FESTIVAL
Week long festival at Gateway showcases South Africa’s cutting-edge talent. (article published 2005-03-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No.124
Italy seems to be the flavour of the month in South Africa these days (article published 2005-03-1) - Read more

ARTS NETWORK FORUM
Invitation to all arts practitioners to attend important meeting. (article published 2005-02-26) - Read more

BREAKFAST AT 7
Regular supper shows every Thursday at Crinkley Bottom in Waterfall. (article published 2005-02-25) - Read more

DIVAS TO A T
Tonya Koenderman returns to Rhumbelow Theatre from March 4 to 6. (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

DOCKYARD AUDITIONS
Dockyard Theatre management is looking for male and female singers aged 18 to 35. (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

NAF FRINGE DEADLINE
Deadline for submission of registration for National Arts Festival Fringe February 25. (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

THE MOTOWN STORY
Enjoyable and accurate tribute to stars of the Motown era. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-02-19) - Read more

OH WHAT A NIGHT
Popular musical offering from the Hexagon Theatre team in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2005-02-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #123
Nederburg pre-auction wine tasting and news that Nederburg’s farms are less affected by the drought than others. (article published 2005-02-15) - Read more

RAISING THE STANDARDS
GeeJays back in full swing in enjoyable show at the Royal Grill Room. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-02-12) - Read more

THEATRE ON A BUDGET
Three of Durban’s theatre managements ensure affordable options for their respective theatre shows. (article published 2005-02-11) - Read more

2004 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Deadline extended to February 15. (article published 2005-02-11) - Read more

WHAT’S UP IN 2010?
Anyone planning events for the 2010 World Cup soccer fans should submit information to artSMart. (article published 2005-02-9) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES (#122)
Vrede en Lust releases blended red wines in half bottles, and Constantia’s celebrated wine returns to historic palace in Germany. (article published 2005-02-3) - Read more

UPTOWN GUYS
Series of excellent numbers in the second half reveal the show’s full potential. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-02-2) - Read more

PETER MAXWELL
Popular entertainer back in town for several performances including Rhumbelow. (article published 2005-01-30) - Read more

LOVE ACTUALLY
Carol Trench, Anthony Stonier and Darren King take a humorous musical gaze at Love, Romance and Life. (article published 2005-01-26) - Read more

UPTOWN GUYS
Vibrant piano extravaganza “play-off” between Billy Joel and Elton John for Barnyard. (article published 2005-01-26) - Read more

RAISING THE STANDARDS
Gee Jays perform brand new show at the Royal Hotel Grillroom as they enter their 20th year. (article published 2005-01-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
This year’s Nederburg wine auction to introduce new features. (article published 2005-01-18) - Read more

TSUNAMI RELIEF TABLE
Essenwood Market has a collection point for donations for tsunami victims. (article published 2005-01-18) - Read more

ART WRAP
Report by Margaret von Klemperer, Arts Editor: The Witness (article published 2005-01-1) - Read more

TSUNAMI DISASTER FUND
East Coast Radio establishes disaster fund account. (article published 2005-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
Everything of the best for 2005. (article published 2004-12-31) - Read more

DRAG SHOW FUNDRAISES FOR TSUMANI
The Family Players put together compilation show of last two year’s best at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2004-12-29) - Read more

DOCKYARD CONTINUES
Stay of closure for popular harbour entrance venue. (article published 2004-12-26) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
All the best of good cheer for the festive season. (article published 2004-12-24) - Read more

CHERISE IN CAPE TOWN
Durban performer heads for Cape Town. (article published 2004-12-19) - Read more

ALADDIN EXTENDED
Popular adult pantomime in Royal Hotel Grill Room extended to January 29! (article published 2004-12-17) - Read more

WE DRAG YOU OUT AT NIGHT
Back by popular demand at the Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2004-12-9) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES: #120
Christmas is the time for champagne (article published 2004-12-9) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN FRINGE
The 2005 National Arts Festival, Grahamstown requests Fringe Applications by February 27. (article published 2004-12-4) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
2004 awards to be presented by Anglo American. (article published 2004-12-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
31st Nederburg Auction planned for April, 2005, and Jameson 18 Years Old Irish Whiskey wins gold medal. (article published 2004-11-28) - Read more

ROCK SOLID (AMENDED REVIEW)
Revised review as previously reported prices were incorrect. Apologies to all concerned. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-11-25) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC #2
PANSA commends Minister for moving towards the dissolution of the NAC Board. (article published 2004-11-25) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC
Media statement by The Performing Arts Network of South Africa (PANSA) on The National Arts Council. (article published 2004-11-25) - Read more

DTA NOMINEES
Amended version of Durban Theatre Award nominees (previous article omitted a children's theatre production). (article published 2004-11-12) - Read more

ROCK SOLID
Despite sound inbalance, the show is full of energy and great music. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-11-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Spier introduces new range called Discover. (article published 2004-11-9) - Read more

DTA NOMINEES
Nominees have been announced for the Durban Theatre Awards 2004. (article published 2004-11-8) - Read more

ALADDIN
Anthony Stonier and Peter Court won’t disappoint fans in this adult pantomime in the magnificent Royal Grillroom. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-11-8) - Read more

FINANCIAL PLANNING SEMINAR
PANSA to host free financial planning seminar on November 10. (article published 2004-11-3) - Read more

BARNYARD IN 2005
Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre confirms its 2005 season. (article published 2004-11-2) - Read more

GENTLE ON MY MIND
Centrefold to perform songs adapted and arranged to suit their vocal harmony style at Emberton Coffee Shop. (article published 2004-11-2) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2004-11-2) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS 2004
Get out your feather boas and tiaras… it’s party time!! (article published 2004-10-27) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
South Africa fourth in Britain’s market leaders and Blue White Chenin Blanc wins Veritas Double Gold award. (article published 2004-10-26) - Read more

THE CARPENTERS
Laid-back piano and voice tribute at Rhumbelow with Evan Roberts, Shelley McLean and Melanie Roberts. (article published 2004-10-22) - Read more

2004 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2004-10-19) - Read more

BOOGIE WONDERLAND
Good choice for tried and tested Barnyard party show to run over festive season. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-10-16) - Read more

THE 60'S REVISITED
Crinkley Bottom to rock to the sound of the 60's with Centrefold. (article published 2004-10-15) - Read more

GREEN MAMBA
Smash-hit returns to Rhumbelow in Durban after 230 sell-out performances around South Africa. (article published 2004-10-10) - Read more

ALADDIN
Supper theatre’s back at the Royal Hotel in the sumptuous surroundings of the Royal Grillroom. (article published 2004-10-10) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Tasting group proves that Cape sauvignons can now compare with the best from elsewhere. (article published 2004-10-10) - Read more

ROCK SOLID
The Dockyard Theatre’s set to rock until the end of the year. (article published 2004-10-5) - Read more

ALADDIN AUDITION
Beautiful Princess Jasmin needed for adult pantomime taking place at the Royal over Christmas. (article published 2004-10-1) - Read more

KZN ON THE AIR FOR SAFM
KwaZulu-Natal to feature prominently in new week-night broadcast schedule on SAfm Radio. (article published 2004-10-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Five Heirs 2000 vintage cabernet franc tops six unusual red varieties at wine tasting. (article published 2004-09-27) - Read more

BANKS AT BARNYARD
Mark Banks at his best in a hilarious programme without a single “f” word! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-09-22) - Read more

BOOGIE WONDERLAND
Celebrate summer in outlandish 70’s style at the Barnyard. (article published 2004-09-21) - Read more

NAC MUST REINSTATE SUSPENDED STAFF
Statement by Diane Kohler-Barnard MP, DA Spokesperson on Arts and Culture. (article published 2004-09-16) - Read more

BANKS AT BARNYARD
Mark Banks serves up lethal mix of humour at Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2004-09-13) - Read more

GLENN MILLER BIRTHDAY PARTY
Colin Penn celebrates what would have been Glen Miller’s 100th birthday. (article published 2004-09-12) - Read more

PIANO BOYS
KZN performers Shelley MacLean and Cherise Roberts appear in show at Cresta Barnyard in Johannesburg. (article published 2004-09-12) - Read more

MAXWELL & THE PACEMAKER
Popular entertainer Peter Maxwell back in KZN for series of shows. (article published 2004-09-12) - Read more

HEART BEAT
Sparkling musical by Westville Theatre Club – response from audience member Jess Gjestland. (article published 2004-09-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Annual Vinimark media and trade tasting a feast for the discriminating palate and a temptation for the incautious and greedy. (article published 2004-09-8) - Read more

AXING OF SAFM PERSONNEL
Statement by Dianne Kohler-Barnard MP, DA Spokesperson on Arts and Culture (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

JOE COCKER
Stuart Mey at his best in high energy tribute to Joe Cocker and friends. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

BASA MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME
BASA/Marketing Federation South Africa Mentorship Programme ready to be implemented. (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

NAF APPLICATIONS
Performance applications open for 2005 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Laszlo’s Tokaji Aszu tops tasting at Elangeni and Robertson Wine Valley food and wine festival. (article published 2004-08-29) - Read more

THE WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
12th annual arts festival takes place at Hilton College from September 17 to 19. (article published 2004-08-28) - Read more

ALL THAT JAZZ
Anthony Stonier and Karen Campbell-Gillies offer memorable musical mixture from A to Z. (article published 2004-08-26) - Read more

SEE HOW THEY RUN
Classic British farce from Highway Intimate Theatre. (article published 2004-08-26) - Read more

BACH TO BARBRA
Elements of a successful show in first airing of musical three-hander. (Review by Clinton Marius) (article published 2004-08-25) - Read more

HEART BEAT
Westville Theatre Club presents evening of song and dance. (article published 2004-08-20) - Read more

JOE COCKER
Stuart Mey and friends present latest show at the Dockyard Theatre. (article published 2004-08-14) - Read more

CENTREFOLD
Upbeat group revisits the 60's at Hillcrest Sports Club. (article published 2004-08-14) - Read more

MARK BANKS
Much-loved stand-up comic shakes up a cocktail of satire and comedy at the Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2004-08-13) - Read more

STAGE & SCREEN
Company of Theatre Arts to stage theatrical production in August. (article published 2004-08-12) - Read more

THE ABBA PARTY PACK!
Stuart Mey’s sell-out show to head for the road. (article published 2004-08-6) - Read more

JOE COCKER
… With a Little Help from his friends for Dockyard Theatre. (article published 2004-08-6) - Read more

BOOGIE WONDERLAND
Festive season show at Barnyard at Gateway to celebrate 70’s music. (article published 2004-08-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Bushbuck Ridge 2002 and Nederburg Baronne 2002 top wine-tasting list and Johan Bestbier appointed managing director of KWV International. (article published 2004-07-31) - Read more

DIAMONDS & DUST
Riotous celebration of some of South Africa’s top contemporary music. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-07-31) - Read more

CLASSIFIEDS
Visit artSMart’s classified section – see link above the Archive list. (article published 2004-07-26) - Read more

NATAL WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
The 2004 festival takes place in the Hilton College Theatre from September 17 to 19. (article published 2004-07-25) - Read more

BACH TO BARBRA
Rhumbelow Theatre presents opera diva Stacey Almond accompanied by violinist Sarah Pudifin and David Daniel at the piano. (article published 2004-07-21) - Read more

NEW SUPPER THEATRE VENUE
Launch of new venue at Mt Edgecombe Country Club. (article published 2004-07-18) - Read more

VIVRE LA FRANCE
Bastille Day dinner and concert includes programme of French songs and music. (article published 2004-07-10) - Read more

APOLOGIES
Difficulties in gaining access to online facilities have restricted publication of stories. (article published 2004-07-9) - Read more

TREE FUNDRAISER
Barnyard performance to benefit training and resources in early education organisation. (article published 2004-06-29) - Read more

ABBA
ABBA fans old and new will enjoy Stuart Mey’s latest production at The Dockyard. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-06-27) - Read more

ABBA
Stuart Mey’s latest production at The Dockyard. (article published 2004-06-23) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO THE RAT PACK
Colin Penn pays tribute to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2004-06-23) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Selection of wines winning trophies in the Fairbairn Capital competition. (article published 2004-06-18) - Read more

CHARITY LONDON PUB NIGHT
Deez and Beez perform at Kloof Town Hall on June 25. (article published 2004-06-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Juliet Cullinan Wine Festival and gold medals for Longridge and Spier wines. (article published 2004-06-8) - Read more

WALKING LIKE AN AFRICAN
Flatfoot presents season of three new challenging dance works. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-06-8) - Read more

WALKING LIKE AN AFRICAN
Flatfoot presents season of three new challenging dance works. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-06-8) - Read more

LUNATIC, LOVER & POET
Setting of Durban’s romantic Manna Restaurant for cost winter evening’s entertainment. (article published 2004-06-7) - Read more

LATINO JIVE
Liz Cunningham, Alan Bowen and Paul Botha present latino jazz inspired show at Rhumbelow. (article published 2004-06-1) - Read more

CLASSIFIEDS
Visit artSMart’s classified section – see link above the Archive list. (article published 2004-05-31) - Read more

RITORNO A SORRENTO
Villa D’Este Italian Restaurant hosts musical evening with Stacey Almond, Lungelo Luthuli and Gerhard Geist. (article published 2004-05-30) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Private tasting group approaches with more than usual interest tasting of six pinot noirs. (article published 2004-05-29) - Read more

THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW
Paul du Toit shines in Barnyard production which offers a vigorous and energetic version of the tried and trusted formula. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-05-28) - Read more

DEATH OF STEVE MORRIS
Further tribute to supper theatre trailblazer. (article published 2004-05-15) - Read more

CROW FUNDRAISER
The proceeds of “Rocky Horror Show” performance to help continue vital rehabilitation work. (article published 2004-05-14) - Read more

ARTSLINK CALENDAR
Artslink.co.za's annual calendar offers a national directory of annual arts festivals and entertainment events. (article published 2004-05-14) - Read more

THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW
Barnyard Theatre to host return season of famous rock ‘n roll musical. (article published 2004-05-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Relatively little-known white wine takes honours at wine-tasting and wine gourmet lunches and dinners in the Cape. (article published 2004-05-12) - Read more

CHARLOTTE TO BARNYARD
Visitor to Durban to submit her experiences of Durban’s art and culture. (article published 2004-05-11) - Read more

DOUBLE TROUBLE
The Highway Intimate Theatre in Pinetown is to present two one-act plays for an evening called Double Trouble. (article published 2004-05-11) - Read more

DIANNE IS SHADOW MINISTER
Dianne Kohler Barnard appointed DA spokesperson on Arts and Culture. (article published 2004-05-11) - Read more

DEATH OF STEVEN MORRIS
Durban’s entertainment world sadly notes the tragic passing of Steven Morris. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

RED HOT & BLUE
Karen Van Pletsen to present sassy, sentimental solo cabaret at Rhumbelow. (article published 2004-04-26) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
This year’s festival to run from September 17 to 19. (article published 2004-04-26) - Read more

CHERISE’S DEBUT AT BARNYARD
Local girl makes her Barnyard Theatre debut at Gateway. (article published 2004-04-22) - Read more

ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN
In spite of “lugubrious Ludwig”, Barnyard show can be recommended as pleasant, undemanding entertainment. (Review by Patrick Leeman) (article published 2004-04-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Annual Nederburg wine auction concerns the sale of rare Cape wines. (article published 2004-04-20) - Read more

A WARM HAND ON YOUR OPENING …!
Anthony Stonier stars in hilarious anecdotal revue at Rhumbelow Theatre from April 23 to 25. (article published 2004-04-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Renewed emphasis to the importance of Nederburg Wine Auction to Cape wine industry. (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

MUSIC AT THE VILLA
April 7 event fully booked but reservations open for May and June functions. (article published 2004-04-5) - Read more

LOTTO NOT FOR POLITICAL DONATIONS
National Lotteries Board clarify Uthingo’s recent donation by to political parties not from funds earmarked for good causes. (article published 2004-04-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Wine column considers the well-known “wines” of Scotland and Ireland. (article published 2004-04-5) - Read more

FUNDRAISING WORKSHOPS
PANSA secures services of Dr Riaan Els to conduct workshop in Durban on May 21. (article published 2004-04-3) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS WINNERS
Second annual Fools Awards presented on April 1. (article published 2004-04-3) - Read more

SINDERS AUDITIONS
Emcee Productions looking for a Sinders and a Princess Britney for adult panto in Grahamstown. (article published 2004-04-2) - Read more

AARDKLOP 2004
New, contempory and cutting edge work encouraged for Aardklop National Arts Festival. (article published 2004-04-2) - Read more

FORUM ON POLITICAL PARTIES’ ARTS POLICIES
Arts community in all its disciplines invite political parties to present overview of arts and culture policies on April 3. (article published 2004-03-28) - Read more

BRIDGING FINANCE
Praise for the generosity of the Bartel Arts Trust. (article published 2004-03-28) - Read more

ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN
Barnyard revives dead composer to rock the venue with popular smash rock ‘n roll musical. (article published 2004-03-26) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS
Durban-based publicity company opens voting for top achievers in KZN arts community for 2003. (article published 2004-03-23) - Read more

PANSA ELECTIONS FORUM
All parties have been invited to speak to arts and culture practitioners on the theme: “Why should artists vote for you?" (article published 2004-03-23) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
French woman winemaker at Nederburg Auction and new “Under R40” Cape red blend. (article published 2004-03-23) - Read more

BORN TO DIVA
Tonya Koenderman to appear at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2004-03-22) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE INVITES PROPOSALS
Artistic Director Linda Bukhosini invites arts practitioners to submit proposals for productions. (article published 2004-03-19) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES
Slick and delightful antidote to everyday blues in “new look” Kwasuka Theatre. (Review by Patrick Leeman) (article published 2004-03-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Fat Ladies wine range has every prospect of proving a great success on the local market. (article published 2004-03-17) - Read more

GEORGY PORGY
Special Umhlanga performance of Thomie Holtzhausen’s popular one man sophisticated Roald Dahl comedy. (article published 2004-03-17) - Read more

FRANK ‘N STEIN
Athol Henderson directs Kearsney College pupils in entertaining version of Ken Campbell’s madcap send-up. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-03-16) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES
Smash-hit supper theatre production has a return season at Kwasuka Theatre. (article published 2004-03-7) - Read more

R2 BILLION TO LOTTO BENEFICIARIES
Allocation for current financial year to be made public after March 31 2004. (article published 2004-03-4) - Read more

DAC CELEBRATION EVENTS
Department of Arts and Culture launch of 10 Years of Freedom Programme. (article published 2004-03-1) - Read more

A WARM HAND ON YOUR OPENING …!
Anthony Stonier appears in new show to celebrate supper theatre venue in Hilton. (article published 2004-02-29) - Read more

A WARM HAND ON YOUR OPENING …!
Anthony Stonier appears in new show to celebrate supper theatre venue in Hilton. (article published 2004-02-29) - Read more

PICNIC FANATICS
Enjoy a well-presented meal in a box at Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2004-02-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Two Nederburg tastings. (article published 2004-02-21) - Read more

FOREVER YOUNG
Latest Barnyard production has its ups and downs but the legendary music lives on. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-02-21) - Read more

TOUCH OF IRISH
Dave Monks of Leprechaun Fame presents entertaining Irish evening at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2004-02-16) - Read more

THE CARPENTERS
Three top musicians celebrate 10 years of music and friendship at the Blue Zoo. (article published 2004-02-16) - Read more

ACT INVITES APPLICATIONS
The Arts & Culture Trust calls for funding applications. (article published 2004-02-13) - Read more

THE BEE GEES
Stuart Mey and cast present entertaining tribute to the music of the Brothers Gibb. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-02-12) - Read more

NACSA STATEMENT ON MINISTER’S DEPARTURE
Network for Arts and Culture South Africa (NACSA) notes the sudden departure of the Minister of Arts for Japan. (article published 2004-02-9) - Read more

NAF FRINGE DEADLINE
Deadline is February 27 for submission of registration forms for National Arts Festival fringe programme. (article published 2004-02-9) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Some unfamiliar reds. (article published 2004-02-6) - Read more

EVITA & CO
Pieter-Dirk Uys in tip-top form at Barnyard for limited run. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-02-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Nederburg pre-auction wine tastings for Durban on February 16 and 17. (article published 2004-01-29) - Read more

FOREVER YOUNG
Barnyard Theatre salutes the legends of rock and roll. (article published 2004-01-25) - Read more

AWARD FOR DEBBIE
Barnyard Theatre’s Debbie Davidson awarded Umhlanga Business Personality of the Year. (article published 2004-01-25) - Read more

2003 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2004-01-22) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
A milestone in the wine industry. (article published 2004-01-20) - Read more

RHUMBELOW NEWS
Three exciting shows coming up for Umbilo community theatre venue. (article published 2004-01-20) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE SET TO RECLAIM FORMER ROLE
New Playhouse Company energy set to make marked difference to Durban theatre industry. (Report by Caroline Smart. This article appeared in an edited form in The Mercury on January 19, 2004)) (article published 2004-01-20) - Read more

RHUMBELOW NEWS
Three exciting shows coming up for Umbilo community theatre venue. (article published 2004-01-19) - Read more

POWER HOUSE PRESENCE
Return of Linda Bukhosini to the Playhouse might well be seen as the light at the end of a tunnel. (Report by William Charlton-Perkins) (article published 2004-01-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Patrick Grubb Bursary and Christmas tasting at the home of Joan Seebregts. (article published 2004-01-8) - Read more

ROCKY HORROR AUDITIONS
Barnyard Theatres hold auditions for the Rocky Horror Show. (article published 2003-12-31) - Read more

HILTON THEATRE NEWS
Excellent theatre lined up for first part of 2004 at Hilton College Theatre. (article published 2003-12-31) - Read more

SACCAWU’S INTENDED STRIKE
Playhouse Company Chairperson Cllr Mina Lesoma responds to notice by Playhouse union members. (article published 2003-12-30) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
All the best to artSMart readers. (article published 2003-12-25) - Read more

PUSS IN BOOTS EXTENDED
Adult pantomime at Lango’s Theatre extended to January 31. (article published 2003-12-23) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OFFICIAL GPR
Official press release from The Playhouse Company regarding the appointment of Linda Bukhosini as Artistic Director. (article published 2003-12-20) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Billy Suter’s response to this appointment (courtesy of The Mercury). (article published 2003-12-20) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS WINNERS
Winners of Durban Theatre Awards honoured at sophisticated glitzy evening at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre. (article published 2003-12-16) - Read more

EVITA & CO
Dangerous combination of Pieter-Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout at Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2003-12-14) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATIONS
The line-up of nominees for the Durban Theatre Awards 2002-2003 to be honoured on December 15. (article published 2003-12-9) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
New Beaujolais wine is exceptionally attractive: fruity, crisp, light. (article published 2003-12-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Cork or screwcap? The debate continues. (article published 2003-12-2) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Awards evening set for December 15. (article published 2003-11-30) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Thirteenth annual Nederburg wine auction and Durban North whisky tasting! (article published 2003-11-26) - Read more

THE POLICE AND STING
The most popular and best songs of the Police and Sting repertoire for the Cellar. (article published 2003-11-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Shamwari – another ethnic label on the wine scene. (article published 2003-11-19) - Read more

NICKY FOR BASA KZN
Nicky du Plessis appointed BASA regional representative for KZN. (article published 2003-11-17) - Read more

BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU
A fabulous fruity excuse to get French at Beverly Hills in Umhlanga. (article published 2003-11-17) - Read more

RHYTHM OF LIFE
COTA show to be presented two weekends running at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2003-11-13) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES
Smash hit musical show to have one performance in Pietermaritzburg on November 16. (article published 2003-11-11) - Read more

SUMMER SIZZLE
Stuart Mey and six-piece band present music with a hot summer theme. (article published 2003-11-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Western Wines’ Kumala now on the domestic market. (article published 2003-11-3) - Read more

PUSS IN BOOTS
Outrageous fun and nonsense from long-established adult panto team at Lango’s Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-11-2) - Read more

BENEFIT AT BARNYARD
World AIDS Day Concert to take place at Barnyard incorporating performance of “G” String. (article published 2003-10-26) - Read more

NOSTALGICALLY YOURS....
Languid and laid-back show is a real and unpretentious celebration of music and lyrics. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-10-25) - Read more

ROCK 'N ROLL HEAVEN
Celestial Command Performance Variety Show in the Cellar. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-10-23) - Read more

“G” STRING
Strong female cast and highly entertaining show bound to pull the festive season crowds. (Review by Caroline Smart). (article published 2003-10-22) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Two new Welmoed releases give ample evidence of quality at moderate prices. (article published 2003-10-22) - Read more

ROCK 'N ROLL HEAVEN
Rock'n Roll Heaven, the latest musical tribute produced by Stuart Mey, is now running in the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2003-10-21) - Read more

LIFE’S A DRAG AND THEN YOU DYE
Following successful show Family Players to present another comedy drag show at Rhumbelow. (article published 2003-10-21) - Read more

BRINCAT ARTICLE
Dialogue opened in the Letters to the Editor section in response to Aldo Brincat’s article in This Day. (article published 2003-10-21) - Read more

PUSS IN BOOTS
Latest in popular series of adult pantomime shows settles in at Lango’s for festive season run. (article published 2003-10-18) - Read more

“G” STRING
Barnyard Theatre celebrates the passion of music. (article published 2003-10-16) - Read more

STORM IN A D-CUP
Karen Campbell-Gillies presents a stylish, witty cabaret at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2003-10-16) - Read more

HANDSOME DEVILS
Fun music entertainment in the true spirit of rock and roll. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2003-10-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Wine exports soar. (article published 2003-10-2) - Read more

HIGHWAY LONDON PUB NIGHT
Singalong comedies, comedy songs and favourite songs from the 60’s from KADS. (article published 2003-09-26) - Read more

NOSTALGICALLY YOURS
Royal Hotel’s Backstage Theatre offers cabaret suitable for all ages. (article published 2003-09-26) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES FOR RHUMBELOW
Smash hit musical theatre success has three performances at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2003-09-18) - Read more

HANDSOME DEVILS
Hilarious musical comedy touching on the male menopause and midlife crisis for Dockyard Supper Theatre. (article published 2003-09-17) - Read more

NOSTALGICALLY YOURS
Melanie Roberts, Carol Trench and Evan Roberts for Backstage show. (article published 2003-09-17) - Read more

DOCKYARD AUDITIONS
Performers aged between 18 and 25 required for end of year show. (article published 2003-09-17) - Read more

A CELLAR FULL OF NOISE
Good to see enthusiastic young talent on the Cellar stage but they have a long history of performance excellence to live up to. (Review from Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-09-13) - Read more

A HANDFUL OF KEYS
Spend a delightful evening at the Barnyard in the company of piano marvels Ian von Memerty and Roelof Colyn. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-09-11) - Read more

PUSS IN BOOTS
Naughty but nice festive season adult panto for Lango’s opens in October. (article published 2003-09-10) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES EXTENDED
Popular production with Lisa Bobbert and Anthony Stonier in Royal Hotel Backstage extended to September 25. (article published 2003-09-6) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Wines from Slaley Estate come with a splendid label and a proud history. (article published 2003-08-24) - Read more

MASTERS OF ROCK EXTENDED!
Dockyard music revue extended to mid-September. (article published 2003-08-23) - Read more

HANDFUL OF KEYS
Ian von Memerty and Roelof Colyn set the ivories alight in successful production. (article published 2003-08-22) - Read more

MY COUSIN BROTHER
Not so much supper theatre but inter-active entertainment from madcap duo of Aaron McIlroy and Kaseran Pillay. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-08-19) - Read more

TIPSY TARTS FOLLIES POSTPONED
Rhumbelow Theatre’s comical lip-sync drag send-up moved to August 29 to 31. (article published 2003-08-19) - Read more

ETHEKWINI CULTURAL POLICY WORKSHOP
Article by Marianne Meijer appearing in the NSA magazine. (article published 2003-08-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Impressive tastings of wines by Vinimark. (article published 2003-08-18) - Read more

JOEL AND JOHN
Melanie Roberts, Shelley McLean and Evan Roberts to perform at Blue Zoo. (article published 2003-08-18) - Read more

BARNYARD THEATRES RE-LAUNCH WEBSITE
Newly upgraded website for popular supper theatre chain of venues. (article published 2003-08-15) - Read more

MY COUSIN BROTHER
A cross cultural comedy from the madcap duo of Aaron McIlroy and Kaseren Pillay. (article published 2003-08-15) - Read more

GATEWAY AWARDS
Umhlanga shopping complex produces seven winners in Old Mutual Properties National Superstar Awards. (article published 2003-08-15) - Read more

TIPSY TARTS FOLLIES
Popular Family Players present comical lip-sync drag send-up at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2003-08-13) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES
Polished and well-directed creative partnership involving humorous works by Sondheim, Lehrer and Coward deserves full houses at Royal’s Backstage. (Review by Patrick Leeman) (article published 2003-08-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
From Piedmont to Tulbagh. (article published 2003-08-9) - Read more

DIAMONDS & DUST
Riotous audience response to celebration of popular African music proves that we have become proudly South African. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-08-9) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Memorial to a philanthropist (article published 2003-07-26) - Read more

CAFÉ OLE
Fascinating exploration of coffee culture through the genre of supper theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-07-25) - Read more

MURDER BY APPOINTMENT
Whodunnit from Highway Intimate Theatre ends with delicious twist. (article published 2003-07-23) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES
Two of Durban’s best-loved theatre personalities appear together in show at Backstage. (article published 2003-07-22) - Read more

MASTERS OF ROCK
If you like the music of Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Dire Straits, Toto and Queen – head for The Dockyard. – (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-07-20) - Read more

DIAMONDS & DUST
Local is lekker in The Barnyard's tribute to the hits of African-American atists. (article published 2003-07-19) - Read more

MASTERS OF ROCK
Pulsating rock show at Dockyard features the music of the greatest rock bands (article published 2003-07-19) - Read more

CAFÉ OLÉ
Comic cabaret that travels the world in search of the ultimate coffee experience. (article published 2003-07-19) - Read more

WEEKLY RADIO INSERTS - RSG
Thomie Holtzhausen to present regular contributions to Afrikaans arts radio programme. (article published 2003-07-19) - Read more

CAFÉ OLE
Carol Trench, Stacey Taylor and Melvin Peters offer show about coffee. (article published 2003-07-16) - Read more

MURDER BY APPOINTMENT
Popular thriller from Highway Intimate Theatre group. (article published 2003-07-16) - Read more

DIAMONDS & DUST
Music under an African sky at Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2003-07-16) - Read more

REPLAY
Enjoyable production at the Royal Hotel’s Backstage is honest, true and very real - highlighting the musical ability of its three performers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-07-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
A tasting at Springfield. (article published 2003-07-8) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARIES
artSMart editor in Grahamstown presents regular report of the National Arts Festival. (article published 2003-06-28) - Read more

BRUTAL TUNES
Lisa Bobbert and Anthony Stonier for funny, wicked and comic musical revue. (article published 2003-06-25) - Read more

REPLAY
Acoustic musical feast with Kate Bruce, Liesl Coppin and Alan Bowen for Royal Hotel Backstage. (article published 2003-06-21) - Read more

TAKE TWO
Nostalgic reunion between Chantal Sanders and Melanie Roberts. (article published 2003-06-20) - Read more

BEAUTIFUL NOISE
Enjoyable show moves from The Royal to Rhumbelow for three performances. (article published 2003-06-20) - Read more

MURDER BY APPOINTMENT
HITS play cleverly manipulates modern trends and conceptions of behaviour to murderer’s advantage. (article published 2003-06-20) - Read more

LADY SINGS THE BLUES
Sophisticated, sassy and highly entertaining tribute to the blues at Dockyard Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-06-15) - Read more

LA VIDA
Music of Latino legends at Barnyard is most visually exciting to date. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-06-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
A crowning achievement (article published 2003-06-13) - Read more

LANDSCAPE PRAYERS IN CELLAR
Much admired Durban band performs at two exclusive concerts in the Playhouse. (article published 2003-06-11) - Read more

NEW NAC BOARD
Nhlanhla Mtaka, Linda Bukhosini, Nicky du Plessis and Dr and TPL Dumisa are KZN representatives on national arts body. (article published 2003-06-11) - Read more

ARTS AND CULTURE MARKETING ASSOCIATION
First formal association formed for marketing practitioners in the arts industry. (article published 2003-06-11) - Read more

LA VIDA
Hip-Swinging, Rumba-Shaking La Vida Hits The Barnyard Theatre (article published 2003-06-10) - Read more

LA VIDA
Barnyard gets hot and steamy with Latino legends. (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

BLOODY MARY AT RHUMBELOW
Evan Roberts & Carol Trench in comic romp through the life of one of England’s most unpopular monarchs. (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

NETWORK FOR ARTS AND CULTURE SOUTH AFRICA (NACSA)
NACSA accepts apology of Director General of Department of Arts and Culture (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

SIZZLE
Mini Sun City extravaganza explodes onto Lango’s Stage. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-06-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Plenty of evidence that the screwtop makes a better seal than cork. (article published 2003-06-1) - Read more

FINCH & HENSON IN CONCERT
Catalina Theatre hosts lunch of new CD and re-released 1974 debut classic. (article published 2003-06-1) - Read more

SIZZLE
Kevin Ellis makes welcome return to Durban for Latin extravaganza at Lango’s. (article published 2003-05-23) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Business wins for sponsorship of the arts (article published 2003-05-23) - Read more

BLOODY MARY
Winner of Fools Award for Best Music Production comes to Rhumbelow in June. (article published 2003-05-19) - Read more

SANTANA RETURNS
Stuart Mey’s sell-out musical tribute plays the new Dockyard Supper Theatre. (article published 2003-05-19) - Read more

LADY SINGS THE BLUES
Evening of sassy, sentimental swing with Karen van Pletsen and Evan Roberts. (article published 2003-05-19) - Read more

CAPE COMEDY AT BARNYARD
Gateway Supper Theatre venue to host Cape Comedy Collective. (article published 2003-05-19) - Read more

LAWRENCE GINSBERG BENEFIT
Evening of magic a fundraiser for a fellow magician. (article published 2003-05-19) - Read more

DOCKYARD AUDITIONS
Pop and rock musicians and singers invited to audition for Dockyard’s Christmas show. (article published 2003-05-19) - Read more

ACT BACK ON THE ARTS SCENE
Applications for the funding of arts, culture and heritage projects close on May 23. (article published 2003-05-14) - Read more

BEAUTIFUL NOISE
Well-constructed and entertaining show in conflict with inadequate technology. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-05-10) - Read more

BEAUTIFUL NOISE
Musical tribute to Neil Diamond and Barry Manilow at Royal Hotel’s Backstage Theatre. (article published 2003-05-3) - Read more

STOP IT I LIKE IT
Genial threesome do what they do best at Lango’s – send up comedy and close harmonies. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-05-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Demand for the stickies. (article published 2003-05-3) - Read more

DOUBLE TAKE ON THE MOVE
Sophisticated and highly enjoyable show on the move to Hillcrest, Margate and Empangani. (article published 2003-04-21) - Read more

LET'S MISBEHAVE
Five performances throughout KZN of slick, witty revue. (article published 2003-04-21) - Read more

JAVA NITES
Hot Latin jazz at Rhumbelow Theatre (article published 2003-04-21) - Read more

COMING TO BARNYARD
Cape Comedy Collective and La Vida for Gateway supper theatre venue. (article published 2003-04-20) - Read more

STOP IT I LIKE IT!!!
New Gee Jays show for Lango Theatre. (article published 2003-04-17) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS
ArtSMart editor among winners for 2003 award year. (article published 2003-04-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Record sales at the auction. (article published 2003-04-17) - Read more

STAR GRADING CRITERIA
Tourism Grading Council of South Africa develops Star Grading Criteria for Food and Beverage Outlets. (article published 2003-04-15) - Read more

THE LEGEND OF EAGLES
A supper theatre with the best view in town, The Dockyard’s first show is a full-on tribute to The Eagles rock band. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-04-12) - Read more

SHOWCASE AT NAF
Exciting addition to the National Arts Festival, Grahamstown (article published 2003-04-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Good value wines gtom Gecko Ridge. (article published 2003-04-10) - Read more

FOURPLAY EXTENDED!
Sophisticated all-female show at the Backstage extends is run due to public demand. (article published 2003-04-10) - Read more

THE LEGEND OF EAGLES
Musical tribute to legendary band opens the new Dockyard Theatre. (article published 2003-04-10) - Read more

ACT BACK ON THE ARTS SCENE
Applications for the funding of arts, culture and heritage projects close on May 23. (article published 2003-04-9) - Read more

ENTERTAINERS LEGAL SUPPORT
Role players in entertainment industry need protection. (article published 2003-04-9) - Read more

RHUMBELOW VIDEO
Umbilo theatre venue offers a fun filled video evening of 18 months of entertainment. (article published 2003-04-8) - Read more

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STOP IT I LIKE IT
New Gee Jays show for Lango’s Theatre. (article published 2003-04-6) - Read more

DOUBLE TAKE
Anthony Stonier and Stephan Marnewick have a winner all the way in the Playhouse Cellar. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-04-4) - Read more

THE DOCKYARD
Point Waterfront is the venue for a new supper theatre. (article published 2003-04-2) - Read more

DOUBLE TAKE
Anthony Stonier and Stephan Marnewick present an evening of music, fun, sophistication, glamour in the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2003-04-2) - Read more

THEATRE SURVEY
Long-awaited survey puts posters and word of mouth as major influential factors to attend theatre. (article published 2003-03-30) - Read more

FESTIVAL SHOWCASE
Exciting addition to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2003-03-29) - Read more

YESTERDAY
First half fairly staid and careful but the show explodes in the second part of this tribute to the music of the 60’s. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-03-28) - Read more

LIVE THE 60s REVOLUTION
Next show up at the Barnyard Theatre at Gateway is Yesterday, a musical compilation show which runs from March 18 to June 1. (article published 2003-03-23) - Read more

WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE YOUR TROUSERS
Highway Intimate Theatre presents rolicking comedy/farce at the Pinetown Library. (article published 2003-03-22) - Read more

DOUBLE TAKE
Anthony Stonier and Stephan Marnewick present an evening of music, fun, sophistication, glamour at Rhumbelow before moving to the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2003-03-22) - Read more

DOUBLE TAKE
Anthony Stonier and Stephan Marnewick present an evening of music, fun, sophistication, glamour at Rhumbelow before moving to the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2003-03-22) - Read more

THE DOCKYARD
New supper theatre venue planned for the Point Waterfront. (article published 2003-03-18) - Read more

INFO SERVICE
Tourist brochure distribution service expands its network. (article published 2003-03-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Top marks for this wine. (article published 2003-03-17) - Read more

NATURAL WOMEN
Unpretentious, easy-going entertainment from three new faces to the city’s supper theatre circuit. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-03-15) - Read more

FOURPLAY
Considerable talents of four of Durban’s top female vocalists combine to create enjoyable entertainment. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-03-14) - Read more

NEW SPONSORSHIP FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
National Arts Festival in Grahamstown scoops two new sponsorship partners. (article published 2003-03-11) - Read more

FOURPLAY
Four of Durban’s top female vocalists team up for glamorous show at Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2003-03-8) - Read more

IMMACULATE – THE MADONNA TRIBUTE
Lisa Bobbert and Colin Meiring stir up a passion in Madonna tribute. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-03-2) - Read more

IMMACULATE – THE MADONNA TRIBUTE
Lisa Bobbert and Colin Meiring stir up a passion in Madonna tribute. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-03-2) - Read more

LEISURESMART
Renamed of pages to (article published 2003-03-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
A huge variety of tastes. (article published 2003-03-1) - Read more

EVITA & CO
Dangerous combination of Pieter-Dirk Uys and Evita at Barnyard. (article published 2003-02-22) - Read more

NATURAL WOMEN IN THE CELLAR
Diverse arrangement of music presented by three female vocalists, each performing their unique style. (article published 2003-02-22) - Read more

WHO KILLED THE HEADMASTER
Terrifying supper theatre nightmare at Hilton College Theatre. (article published 2003-02-22) - Read more

YESTERDAY FOR BARNYARD
Musical compilation show pays tribute to the turbulent, exciting and permissive 60’s. (article published 2003-02-21) - Read more

PORTFOLIO PIX
Malcolm Leeman offers good rates for publcity photographs to encourage newspaper coverage. (article published 2003-02-20) - Read more

FOREPLAY
Long-awaited return of Durban’s popular Gee Jays at Langos’ Theatre in April. (article published 2003-02-20) - Read more

IMMACULATE – MADONNA TRIBUTE
Lisa Bobbert pays tribute to pop icon at Lango’s Theatre. (article published 2003-02-20) - Read more

CLAPTON BENEFIT PERFORMANCE
Cellar show will raffle Stratocaster guitar at final performance in Playhouse Opera as Highway Hospice fundraiser. (article published 2003-02-19) - Read more

THEATRE DIARY
Publication aims to attract a larger audience from both inside and outside of Durban. (article published 2003-02-18) - Read more

UNDER MY SKIN
Brendon Jury and Evan Roberts revive popular show at Rhumbelow. (article published 2003-02-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Imported wines at moderate prices. (article published 2003-02-15) - Read more

HIS WAY
Pure luxury to see such a large array of experienced musicians in highly enjoyable tribute to Frank Sinatra. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-02-12) - Read more

BARNYARD HOLDS AUDITIONS
Aspiring singers and musicians invited to audition to supper theatre venue. (article published 2003-02-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Record 175 wines for Nederburg Auction (article published 2003-02-3) - Read more

CLAPTON
Enjoyable, energetic and upbeat tribute to Eric Clapton bound to be a success in The Cellar. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-02-2) - Read more

CLAPTON
Producer Stuart Mey follows Santana success with tribute to Eric Clapton at the Cellar. (article published 2003-01-31) - Read more

BARNYARD CLOSED
Popular Gateway supper theatre venue closed from January 28 to February 2 before opening of next show. (article published 2003-01-31) - Read more

RORY ROOTENBERG’S HIGHLIGHTS
Entertaining and versatile singer offers compilation of most requested items from his show. (article published 2003-01-23) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
KWV excels itself with world class shiraz arguably the most expensive red wine to emerge from Cape vineyards. (article published 2003-01-21) - Read more

NEW BOARD FOR THE PLAYHOUSE
Interim Board appointed by the Minister of Arts, Culture, Science & Technology for the Playhouse Company. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-01-17) - Read more

THE GYPSY VIOLIN
Popular Kerimov Trio to play special performance at Gateway on January 13. (article published 2003-01-7) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
All the very best for 2003! (article published 2003-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
Best wishes for a safe and joyous festive season. (article published 2002-12-25) - Read more

KAALGESTROOP
Songstress supreme, Elzabe Zietsman, performs in Durban for the first time since 1989! (article published 2002-12-20) - Read more

SANTA IN LAS VEGAS
Colin Penn’s newest musical running at St Thomas Hall. (article published 2002-12-15) - Read more

SINDERELLA EXTENDED
Highly popular adult pantomime at Lango’s Theatre extended to mid January. (article published 2002-12-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Looking for new markets (article published 2002-12-9) - Read more

TONY GROGAN’S CAPE TOWN SKETCHBOOK
Gentle and sympathetic humour from well-known Cape Times cartoonist. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2002-12-9) - Read more

NATURAL WOMEN II
Jane Candow, Toni D'Amant, Alison D and Cheryl Wigmore doin’ it for themselves at Rhumbelow. (article published 2002-11-26) - Read more

CATALINA
New theatre opens on Wilson’s Wharf. (article published 2002-11-24) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO ERIC CLAPTON
Stuart Mey plans tribute to legendary guitarists in January 2003. (article published 2002-11-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Nearly 300 wines submitted for Nederburg Auction (article published 2002-11-17) - Read more

PETER MAXWELL
24th season of veteran entertainer runs until December 7. (article published 2002-11-17) - Read more

BARNYARD GIVES BACK
Gateway theatre donates a portion of ticket sales to Wylie House. (article published 2002-11-11) - Read more

LAST CHANCE TO SEE "SANTANA"
Extra shows for three nights only at Thirsty’s Pub on the Point Waterfront at end November. (article published 2002-11-11) - Read more

A BLAST THRU OUR PAST
Company of Theatre Arts to present a new musical revue. (article published 2002-11-10) - Read more

MAY USHER AND NORMAN HESOM
Playhouse box office stalwarts retire at end of November. (article published 2002-11-10) - Read more

TRY-ON COLOUR
Engaging and endearing Crystal Tryon offers entertaining show at Royal’s Backstage. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-11-9) - Read more

CHRISTMAS WITHOUT BONEY M
Festive frolic through the 12 days of Christmas. (article published 2002-11-9) - Read more

TRY-ON COLOUR
A musical reflection of the family tree from Crystal Tryon at Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2002-11-9) - Read more

MONEYWEBKZN
New business and investment website. (article published 2002-11-9) - Read more

CHRISTMAS WITHOUT BONEY M
Festive frolic through the 12 days of Christmas. (article published 2002-11-8) - Read more

TRY-ON COLOUR
A musical reflection of the family tree from Crystal Tryon at Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2002-11-8) - Read more

SINDERELLA COMES AGAIN
Anthony Stonier and De Wet Wraight provide for much humour in adult pantomime. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-11-6) - Read more

BAUBLES, BANGLES AND BEADS
Cellar transformed into a glitzy, sparkling venue for enjoyable revue. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-11-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Accelerating into global markets (article published 2002-11-1) - Read more

THE WESTENDERS
Darren King and Vanessa Skaer perform musical greats at Rhumbelow from November 1 to 3. (article published 2002-10-26) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Popular programme of music at Emberton Coffee Shop. (article published 2002-10-21) - Read more

ROCK ME AMADEUS
Mozart comes to life and joins the party in Barnyard Theatre show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-10-20) - Read more

BAUBLES, BANGLES & BEADS
New show at Playhouse Cellar features Melanie Roberts and Liesl Coppin with a line-up of hot dancers. (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

CHRISTMAS WITHOUT BONEY M
Festive frolic through the 12 days of Christmas. (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

MINCE – REALITY MINCE
Popular drag artists returns to Lango’s Theatre. (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

PERFORMING ARTS SURVEY
Those wishing to support the performing arts are urged to complete questionnaires now available in libraries (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

AWARD FOR BARNYARD
The Barnyard Theatre at Gateway recognised by IMM for marketing excellence. (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN'S WINE NOTES
Blind tasting of eight young blended reds. (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

RERUN BY POPULAR DEMAND
“Da Joint is Jumpin’” extended for a further weekend at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2002-10-11) - Read more

JUBILEE
A celebration of music from the reign of Queen Elizabeth II from Rotary Club. (article published 2002-10-8) - Read more

MEL MILLER RELENTLESS
Inimitable stand-up comic to perform at the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2002-10-7) - Read more

ROCK ME AMADEUS
Mozart comes to life as a sexy and romantic dead composer at The Barnyard. (article published 2002-10-7) - Read more

CABARET CONVERSATIONS
Enjoyable evening’s entertainment doesn’t explore its fascinating concept to the full. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-10-6) - Read more

THE CATALINA
A new theatre rises on the new Wilson’s Wharf development at the Yacht Mole. (article published 2002-10-5) - Read more

MORE THAN A FEELING
Tribute to 70’s rock music needs more direction and better staging but rock fans will love it. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-10-4) - Read more

CABARET CONVERSATIONS
Light-hearted look at musical “conversations” that take place on and off stage. (article published 2002-09-25) - Read more

THREE CITIES TRAINEESHIP PROGRAMME
Deadline date for applications for next year extended to September 27. (article published 2002-09-25) - Read more

BARRY HILTON
Skilful raconteur and comedian’s hilarious show plays to sell-out houses at Barnyard. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-09-25) - Read more

LOUNGE ACT TRIO
Evan Roberts, Carol Trench and Trish Bailey for Blue Zoo at Mitchell Park. (article published 2002-09-24) - Read more

SANTANA EXTENDED
Show in the Playhouse Cellar extended to October 5. (article published 2002-09-24) - Read more

AUDITIONS FOR BRETT BAILY
Black singers and dancers needed for musical drama to be performed in South Africa and Europe. (article published 2002-09-24) - Read more

BARNYARD NOMINATED
Gateway supper theatre venue nominated into initial stages of KZN annual awards. (article published 2002-09-19) - Read more

COMEDY DRAG TIME
Rhumbelow Theatre presents new comedy show from The Family Players. (article published 2002-09-19) - Read more

MICK & TINA
Tribute to Mick Jagger and Tina Turner has a short run at the Barnyard Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-09-19) - Read more

BARRY HILTON
One of South Africa’s premier stand-up comedians for Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2002-09-17) - Read more

THE ARTSTAND
Stand promoting the performing arts now hosted by the Essenwood Craft Market. (article published 2002-09-16) - Read more

WHAT’S RIGHT & WRONG IN DURBAN
Theatre practitioners research the Durban theatre market. (article published 2002-09-16) - Read more

DEFENDING THE CAVEWOMAN
“Stand-up comedy with furniture” performs to sell-out run at Barnyard Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-09-12) - Read more

MICK & TINA
Top Cape Town based performers to rock Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre in September. (article published 2002-09-6) - Read more

LIZA WITH A “T”
Tonya Koenderman back in town with her one-woman hit show. (article published 2002-09-6) - Read more

MORE THAN A FEELING
Classic celebration of 70’s rock music for Lango’s Theatre. (article published 2002-09-6) - Read more

LIZA WITH A "T"
Glamorous pizzazz in real showbiz style pays tribute to Liza M. - (Review by Luke Thomas) (article published 2002-09-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Distell organisation embarks on a R67 million cellar expansion programme. (article published 2002-09-4) - Read more

GOING PLACES
Online source of entertainment and lifestyle information offers theatre/accommodation packages for those living outside Durban. (article published 2002-09-3) - Read more

SANTANA
Wonderful Latin blend of passion and sultry sound from Stuart Mey and his cast in the Playhouse Cellar. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-08-31) - Read more

OOH LA LA!
Musical variety production being staged at Westville Civic Centre. (article published 2002-08-26) - Read more

DESPERATE PLEA FOR PIANO
Rhumbelow Theatre desperately looking for piano to enhance the venue’s assets. (article published 2002-08-24) - Read more

FNB PULLS OUT OF VITA REGIONAL THEATRE AWARDS
First National Bank no longer to sponsor the Vita Regional Theatre Awards system as of June 2003. (article published 2002-08-23) - Read more

FNB PULLS OUT OF VITA REGIONAL THEATRE AWARDS
First National Bank no longer to sponsor the Vita Regional Theatre Awards system as of June 2003. (article published 2002-08-23) - Read more

SANTANA
The music of Carlos Santana to be the highlight of Playhouse Cellar show. (article published 2002-08-22) - Read more

THE GREAT PRETENDERS
Successful show pays tribute to Cape entertainers who imitated the stars apartheid banned them from seeing. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-08-21) - Read more

DEFENDING THE CAVE WOMAN
Hilarious look at the never-ending battle of the sexes from the female point of view at Barnyard. (article published 2002-08-20) - Read more

BREAKFAST AT 7
New supper club venue to host Natural Women II. (article published 2002-08-20) - Read more

AMADEUS FOR BARNYARD
Follow-up to “Roll Over Beethoven” for Gateway supper theatre venue. (article published 2002-08-20) - Read more

ALL FOR LOVE
Krultoonlekkerte vir Durban teatergangers! (Oorsig deur Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-08-15) - Read more

ALL FOR LOVE
Engaging and generous performer presents programme of song at Backstage. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-08-15) - Read more

UNCHAINED MELODY
Shelley McLean, Evan Roberts and Melanie Roberts back at Blue Zoo by public demand. (article published 2002-08-12) - Read more

BOOKING OPEN FOR HILTON
Booking now open for the Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival in September. (article published 2002-08-12) - Read more

ARTHUR REED AT ALLIANCE
Magician and artist Arthur Reed to present exhibition at Alliance Française. (article published 2002-08-11) - Read more

BELLY LAUGHS
An ideal evening out to allow the soul to catch up with the body! (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-08-10) - Read more

FEELIN’ GROOVY
More of a supper party than supper theatre but audiences respond ecstatically. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-08-10) - Read more

ONE MARGHERITA PLEASE
Play by award-winning writer Dennis Rubin marks first for Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2002-08-8) - Read more

UPDATE ON SNEDDON FIRE
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre manager Jackie Cunniffe gives an update on yesterday’s fire: (article published 2002-08-8) - Read more

FIRE AT THE SNEDDON
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre catches on fire but damage not too devastating. (article published 2002-08-7) - Read more

BELLY LAUGHS
Inimitable musical comedy team Lisa Bobbert and Aaron McIlroy back again at Lango’s Theatre. (article published 2002-08-5) - Read more

THE GREAT PRETENDERS
Second show in Barnyard Theatre’s Spring Season. (article published 2002-08-3) - Read more

ALL FOR LOVE
Charl van Heyningen appears at the Royal’s Backstage in August. (article published 2002-08-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Vergelegen - Fine wines from an historic estate (article published 2002-07-31) - Read more

STRAPLESS
Luxuriously lyrical evening of adult entertainment at Lango’s running to August 4. (article published 2002-07-28) - Read more

SINDERELLA COMES AGAIN
Traditional adult pantomime and festive season frolic for Lango’s Theatre. (article published 2002-07-28) - Read more

LONDON PUB NIGHT
Dee’z M Bee’z perform fun evening at Westville Country Club. (article published 2002-07-28) - Read more

IT’S MURDER
HITS thriller running over two weekends at Pinetown Library Activities Room. (article published 2002-07-28) - Read more

FNB VITA DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Durban winners announced today. (article published 2002-07-24) - Read more

MAXWELL’S BACK
Well-known entertainer builds up to his show at the Protea Edward later in the year. (article published 2002-07-21) - Read more

BIG STAKES AND SLAP CHIPS
Marc Lottering - one of Cape Town's hottest comedians for Playhouse. (article published 2002-07-20) - Read more

FEELIN’ GROOVY
60’s and 70’s hit musical for Barnyard Theatre in August. (article published 2002-07-20) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN 2002
A wrap-up of this year’s National Arts Festival proves that it was one of the best ever! (Review by Caroline Smart and Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-19) - Read more

IT’S MURDER
Highway Intimate Theatre presents thriller about thriller writers. (article published 2002-07-19) - Read more

BOWLING FUNDRAISER
Deez M Beez to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee in song. (article published 2002-07-19) - Read more

BUS STOP
Celebration of British rock music features Stuart Mey, a hot band and welcome new talent. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
How much is too much? And the Markant Buying Group to market KWV’s Robert’s Rock range. (article published 2002-07-17) - Read more

FULL CIRCLE
Rhumbelow Theatre launches into sangria mode with South of Spain’s Alan Bowen and Paul Botha. (article published 2002-07-15) - Read more

REMEMBER THIS ONE?
Vanessa Skaer, Anthony Stonier and Darren King sing popular songs at Blue Zoo. (article published 2002-07-15) - Read more

HERE, THERE & EVERYWHERE
A gentle nostalgic trip to the life and times of the Beatles linked with fascinating narrative. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-14) - Read more

STRAPLESS
Very Very Big Productions produces good-looking show all round at Lango’s Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-12) - Read more

STRAPLESS
Very Very Big Productions produces good-looking show all round at Lango’s Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-12) - Read more

DURBAN VITA NOMINEES
Nominees announced for the Durban FNB VITA Regional Theatre Awards 2001/2002. (article published 2002-07-9) - Read more

GLORY DAYS
Programme to end September from popular Gateway supper theatre venue. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

BUS STOP
Playhouse Cellar back and business with vibrant upbeat musical. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

STRAPLESS
A luxuriously lyrical evening of adult entertainment (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

SHOWBUZZ
Further 13 week season for M-Net arts slot. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

DORA HARDYKE & FRIENDS
New comedy drag show for Rhumbelow Theatre (article published 2002-06-27) - Read more

HERE, THERE & EVERYWHERE
“Those Were the Days” company presents new show at Royal’s Backstage. (article published 2002-06-27) - Read more

ARTSLINK.CO.ZA
Artslink.co.za to charge reasonable subscription fee to access valuable information resource. (article published 2002-06-27) - Read more

REFLECTIONS
Audiences should find much to admire in Rootenberg’s slick delivery and the wide scope of his vocal prowess and verbal patter. (Review by Patrick Leeman) (article published 2002-06-21) - Read more

SHOWGIRLS
Melanie Roberts and Liesl Coppin give show for Natal Society for the Blind. (article published 2002-06-17) - Read more

NAC INVITES APPLICATIONS
The National Arts Council invites applications for funding from companies with a proven track record. (article published 2002-06-17) - Read more

INDIAN CUISINE AT THREE CITIES
Holding company of The Royal Hotel to treat guests to Indian cuisine extravaganza. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Fruit flavoured wines and claims that a moderate daily intake of alcohol helps prevent Alzheimer’s disease. (article published 2002-06-14) - Read more

MALA & NOMSA GET AHEAD
Former Playhouse employees create new company to rise from Playhouse ashes. (article published 2002-06-12) - Read more

HIGHLIGHTS !!
Rory Rootenberg bows to audience’s calls for repeat in Cellar show. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Smash hit show for Lango’s Theatre pays gentle tribute to the music and sounds of the 60's and early 70's. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

BEYOND A JOKE
Highway Intimate Theatre and Kloof Art and Drama Society combine for the first time to present comedy show. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

BLOODY MARY
Evan Roberts and Carol Trench return to The Royal Backstage. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

ROYAL FLUSH
A celebration of the Golden Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

BLOODY MARY
A new comedy scriptwriter and a new song-and-dance man emerge from this delightful show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-06-1) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Third season for nostalgic show seen to best advantage at Langos’. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-05-30) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Familiar names at the big auction. (article published 2002-05-28) - Read more

WHAT’S UP AT THE BARNYARD
Action packed programme ahead for Gateway Supper Theatre venue. (article published 2002-05-21) - Read more

GLORY DAYS
Sequel to “Roll Over Beethoven” bound to be a hit at Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-05-19) - Read more

COWARD AT RHUMBELOW
Garth Anderson and pianist Andrew Warburton pay tribute to the musical genius of Noel Coward at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2002-05-17) - Read more

PETER MAXWELL
Peter Maxwell is back in town, after a trip to United States and the UK. (article published 2002-05-17) - Read more

MINCE BACK IN TOWN
Cape Town based drag duo back in Durban for four shows. (article published 2002-05-11) - Read more

ONE HIT WONDERS
Non-stop entertainment from the Company of Theatre Arts at Westville Civic Centre. (article published 2002-05-11) - Read more

IT’S NOT WHERE I START …
World class performer weaves her undeniable magic in enjoyable show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-05-9) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
60s hit show that thrilled Kwasuka and Backstage audiences has return season at Lango’s Theatre. (article published 2002-05-6) - Read more

IT'S NOT WHERE I START…
Irrepressible and glamorous Amra-Faye Wright back in Durban at St Mary’s Hall. (article published 2002-05-6) - Read more

WEST ENDERS
Skaer and King weave dance magic in show which features two highly talented newcomers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-05-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
A record Nederburg auction. (article published 2002-05-3) - Read more

GUITAR
Two of South Africa’s finest acoustic guitarists weave magic in the Royal Backstage. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-05-2) - Read more

UNCHAINED MELODY
Laidback musical treat from creators of the popular “Bare Essentials”. (article published 2002-04-29) - Read more

CELLAR RELAUNCHED
Cellar supper theatre relaunched under the management of the Playhouse. (article published 2002-04-23) - Read more

WESTENDERS
Musical greats and backstage antics from Vanessa Skaer and Darren King at Lango's Theatre. (article published 2002-04-22) - Read more

ROCKY HORROR SHOW
Last week for Barnyard Theatre smash hit. (article published 2002-04-22) - Read more

GUITAR
Guitarists supreme Tony Cox and Steve Newman for Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2002-04-22) - Read more

SA HANDBOOK ON ARTS AND CULTURE
Long-awaited second edition of invaluable directory. (article published 2002-04-22) - Read more

GOING PLACES
Full colour entertainment and lifestyle magazine to be launched in May. (article published 2002-04-20) - Read more

GLORY DAYS
The magic of the music of the 70s and 80s comes to Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2002-04-20) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Box office hits and bold innovations for the 2002 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2002-04-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Wine tasting concentrates on the “stickies” - sweet dessert wines. (article published 2002-04-18) - Read more

TIN HAT FROLICS
Nostalgic show of fun and music commemorates 75th anniversary of the MOTHS at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2002-04-15) - Read more

PINEAPPLE VELVET
Delightful, clever and easy-going fare for an enjoyable night out. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-04-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN'S WINE NOTES
This year’s Nederburg wine auction on April 12 and 13. (article published 2002-04-1) - Read more

SHOWBUZZ
New thirteen-part TV series on M-Net offers theatre a new and exciting platform. (article published 2002-03-31) - Read more

HUMAN RIGHTS WORKSHOP
ArtSMart editor Caroline Smart to conduct presentation on how to deal with funding application forms. (article published 2002-03-23) - Read more

UNDER THE COVERS
GeeJay’s new show extended to April 14. (article published 2002-03-18) - Read more

POLEMIC BETWEEN WELL, SUTER AND TARR
Debate between performer and newspaper critics. (article published 2002-03-17) - Read more

LEGEND OF THE EAGLES
Tribute to the music of the Eagles returns by popular demand to Du Marc at Springfield Park. (article published 2002-03-17) - Read more

SWEET CHASTITY
The Family Players comical lip-sync drag show at Rhumbelow Theatre. (article published 2002-03-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
A tasting of blended reds (article published 2002-03-15) - Read more

NEXT STOP
Undeniably talented singer shines in show that doesn’t achieve its full potential. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-03-15) - Read more

THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW
Fine performances marred by inadequate sound system. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-03-9) - Read more

UNDER THE COVERS
The Gee Jays introduce to their entertaining new show the personalities of Julie Solomon and Arnie Field. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-03-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Durban tastings of Nederburg auction wines. (article published 2002-03-2) - Read more

ROCKY HORROR SHOW
Barnyard Theatre set to host world’s favourite sci-fi transvestite rock ’n roll musical. (article published 2002-02-23) - Read more

UNDER THE COVERS
New Gee Jays show for Lango’s Theatre, formerly Langoustine Theatre by the Sea. (article published 2002-02-23) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Seventeen new names in Nederburg auction. (article published 2002-02-22) - Read more

UNDER MY SKIN
Accomplished Tim Wells and Brendan Jury offer excellent tribute to Frank Sinatra. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-02-22) - Read more

ARTS DATABASE
PANSA launches national performing arts database (article published 2002-02-21) - Read more

ROCKY HORROR FOR BARNYARD
Gateway supper theatre venue to host Richard O’Brien’s cult show in March. (article published 2002-02-15) - Read more

LEGENDS OF SWING
Luxurious big band sound from Jonny Cooper Orchestra marks welcome return to Durban of Judy Page. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-02-13) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Sponsors of the arts to receive recognition in fifth award year. (article published 2002-02-11) - Read more

UNDER MY SKIN
Brendan Jury and Tim Wells for Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

BARE ESSENTIALS
Cast gets back to musical basics in entertaining show. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

UNDER THE COVERS
Gee Jays present latest show at Langoustine. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

UNHINGED
Dianne Chandler’s comes to an end on February 10. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

MINCE – THE IMMACULATE COLLECTION
Irrepressible duo returns to Langoustine with new show. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

JAZZ AT GEORGI'S
Romantic Interlude with a Latin flavour at Kloof coffee shop. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

JONNY COOPER ORCHESTRA
South Africa’s premier big band to perform live at Gateway supper theatre venue. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

CLOSING DATES FOR NAC PROJECTS
National Arts Council entries to be in by February 15 for project applications, bursary applications and nominations to advisory panels. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

BARE ESSENTIALS
One McLean and two Roberts plus Royal cuisine equal top class evening’s entertainment. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-02-4) - Read more

THE LOSER - BARNYARD
Aaron McIlroy continues to pull audiences with wacky send-up of motivational speakers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-02-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Pleasant wine at pleasant prices. (article published 2002-01-28) - Read more

THE LOSER
Aaron McIlroy's sell-out comedy show has final run in Durban. (article published 2002-01-26) - Read more

UNHINGED
Bouncing, bubbly Dianne Chandler still in top form. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-01-25) - Read more

LET’S MISBEHAVE
Anthony Stonier, Carol Trench and Evan Roberts present successful show at Rhumbelow and St Mary’s. (article published 2002-01-24) - Read more

RORY ROOTENBERG
Popular performer brings new show to Hilton College Theatre. (article published 2002-01-23) - Read more

BLU INVITES PERFORMERS
Stamford Hill Road venue looking for further development as a performance venue. (article published 2002-01-22) - Read more

LOTTERY FUNDING
National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund calls for further applications. (article published 2002-01-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Wines from Avontuur and year-end tasting of private group. (article published 2002-01-18) - Read more

STAYING ALIVE
KADS plan major musical for June. (article published 2002-01-18) - Read more

PANEL NOMINATIONS
Invitation to submit nominations for members of the National Arts Council advisory panels. (article published 2002-01-13) - Read more

ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN
Show at Barnyard Theatre at Gateway extended to January 27. (article published 2002-01-6) - Read more

NEXT UP AT RHUMBELOW
Rory Rootenberg and “Let’s Misbehave” booked for Umbilo supper theatre venue. (article published 2002-01-5) - Read more

RNE SUPPORTS PERFORMING ARTS
Royal Netherlands Embassy provides funds for PANSA projects. (article published 2002-01-3) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best wishes for the year ahead from the artSMart team. (article published 2002-01-1) - Read more

CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKE
Karen Campbell-Gillies and Arnie Field performing fun show at Rhumbelow. (article published 2001-12-29) - Read more

BARE ESSENTIALS
“No sequins, no tracks” promises for new show at Royal’s Backstage. (article published 2001-12-29) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
Late message but nevertheless, a very sincere one! (article published 2001-12-25) - Read more

WHAT A TIME IT WAS!
Those Were the Days cast back with new show. (article published 2001-12-19) - Read more

WIN! WIN! WIN!
Three books on free giveaway offer by answering simple questions. (article published 2001-12-18) - Read more

ARTSMART CLASSIFIEDS
Coming soon ....! (article published 2001-12-16) - Read more

UNHINGED AT THE LANGO
Dianne Chandler performs at the Langoustine Theatre by the Sea. (article published 2001-12-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
An Italian-Xhosa wine, and Long Mountain reds. (article published 2001-12-9) - Read more

THE CHARACTERS
Veteran performers present tried and tested routine at Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-12-6) - Read more

CHRISTMAS WITHOUT BONEY-M
Amusing and lighthearted show could do with more technical help from the venue. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-12-5) - Read more

WIN! WIN! WIN!
Three books on free giveaway offer by answering simple questions. (article published 2001-12-3) - Read more

GO CRACKERS
Family festive fare for Umhlanga Rocks Hotel. (article published 2001-12-2) - Read more

ANGELA NOW IN MILESTONES
Popular singer moves into cast of current Cellar show. (article published 2001-12-2) - Read more

THE CHARACTERS
Cy Saks and Derek Denniss team up for show at Royal’s Backstage. (article published 2001-11-20) - Read more

CHRISTMAS WITHOUT BONEY-M
Festive season fun show at Bella Vista Supper Club in Botha’s Hill. (article published 2001-11-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN'S WINE NOTES
Wines from the morning sun and Belinda Croxon's Wine Glass Christmas tasting and dinner. (article published 2001-11-19) - Read more

LUCKY STAR: THE MUSIC OF MADONNA
The music of Madonna at the BAT Centre. (article published 2001-11-17) - Read more

WINE AND DINE AND UNWIND
Monique Hebrard and Natalie Toyne present new cabaret at BAT Centre Restaurant. (article published 2001-11-17) - Read more

SKAER AND KING
Successful duo present enjoyable show at Rhumbelow Shellhole. (article published 2001-11-17) - Read more

STAGE LIGHTING WORKSHOP
Noted Danish lighting designer Lars Egegaard Sørensen offers free workshop. (article published 2001-11-14) - Read more

CHRISTMAS WITHOUT BONEY-M
Vibrant and fun show for Christmas at Bella Vista. (article published 2001-11-11) - Read more

COMPUTICKET MERGES WITH TICKETWEB
Computicket announces showstopping deal. (article published 2001-11-10) - Read more

LET’S MISBEHAVE … AGAIN
Three fine musicians delight in a top quality programme of songs focusing on misbehaviour. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-11-9) - Read more

LET’S MISBEHAVE RETURNS
Slice witty elegant music revue returns … and so does Stonier! (article published 2001-11-8) - Read more

BOOK CLUB #2
Fun send-up of book club scenario by popular Gee Jays and ever-growing Liesl Coppin. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-11-8) - Read more

SHUT YOUR EYES
Comedy show from Highway Intimate Theatre opens November 8. (article published 2001-11-5) - Read more

MILESTONES TO THE MILLENNIUM
Party-time from the word go with Mike McCullagh’s latest tribute to showstopping hit numbers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-11-4) - Read more

ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN
Spirit of Beethoven returns to introduce high energy musical show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-11-4) - Read more

PETER MAXWELL … BACK AT THE EDWARD
Enjoy a part of Durban’s musical history as genial entertainer performs back on its old home ground. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-11-4) - Read more

THE LEGEND OF EAGLES
Extra performance of well-presented tribute to the Eagles on November 4 at Unit 6. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-11-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Sauvignon blanc wines from the 2000 vintage and high praise for KWV’s international wines. (article published 2001-11-2) - Read more

ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN
Brand new Barnyard Theatre opens at Gateway. (article published 2001-10-23) - Read more

JETDRAG
New show from The Family Players (article published 2001-10-23) - Read more

IMMACULATE COLLECTION
Irrepressible Mince back again at Langoustine Theatre By The Sea (article published 2001-10-23) - Read more

NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Fund-raising evening with the Dee’z M Bee’z. (article published 2001-10-23) - Read more

PAIN RAISES R27,000
Benefit fund launched at star-studded evening of KZN top performers. (article published 2001-10-22) - Read more

CLASS ACT
Stacey Almond and Evan Roberts present eclectic music and gentle comedy at Backstage. (article published 2001-10-16) - Read more

BENEFIT CONCERT
Glitzy benefit extravaganza featuring top Durban performers. (article published 2001-10-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Blind tasting to select wine for the 2002 Nederburg Auction. (article published 2001-10-10) - Read more

MILESTONES TO THE MILLENNIUM
Latest in string of hit shows by Mike McCullagh for Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2001-10-9) - Read more

STOP PRESS! MARILYN HAS MOVED!
New supper theatre show has switched venues from Blue Waters to Kwasuka Theatre. (article published 2001-10-6) - Read more

STOP PRESS! MARILYN HAS MOVED
New supper theatre show has switched venues from Blue Waters to Kwasuka Theatre. (article published 2001-10-5) - Read more

UPTOWN GUY
Enjoyable production pays tribute to 80’s pop icon Billy Joel. (article published 2001-10-5) - Read more

NOMINATIONS FOR PANEL
Nominations invited for candidates for NAC advisory panels. (article published 2001-10-5) - Read more

FNB VITA OFFICER
Information officer appointed for FNB Vita eThekwini dance and theatre awards. (article published 2001-10-5) - Read more

UNIT 6 NEWS
Swoon, The Rope and tribute to The Eagles to run at Springfield Park venue. (article published 2001-10-3) - Read more

STONIER SITUATION
Savings account opened to receive donations for assistance with medical costs. (article published 2001-10-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Let’s try a bottle of the 1791 vintage and Versus Red joins Stellenbosch Vineyards cultivars. (article published 2001-10-2) - Read more

ANTHONY HAS MAJOR ACCIDENT
Anthony Stonier avoids serious back operation after fall on charter vessel. (article published 2001-10-2) - Read more

RHUMBELOW SHOWS
Shows for popular Umbilo venue. (article published 2001-09-25) - Read more

MAXWELL AT EDWARD
Peter Maxwell goes back to his Durban roots at the Edward Hotel. (article published 2001-09-22) - Read more

MARILYN AT CASCADES
Show featuring the legendary Marilyn Monroe for new venue at Blue Waters Hotel. (article published 2001-09-22) - Read more

BARNYARD AT GATEWAY
Durban theatre-goers offered a unique experience in evening entertainment. (article published 2001-09-21) - Read more

COMIN’ ATCHA
Laugh lines come fast and furious in Shireen James’s best comedy show to date. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-09-20) - Read more

OFFBEAT BROADWAY
Brilliant arrangement of well-known musical numbers makes for highly skilful and enjoyable show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-09-19) - Read more

COMIN’ ATCHA
New Shireen James comedy every Wednesday night at Blu. (article published 2001-09-18) - Read more

OFFBEAT BROADWAY
Return of slick and entertaining trio to Royal’s Backstage. (article published 2001-09-18) - Read more

PRAYER SERVICE
Emergency interfaith service of prayers for peace and solidarity. (article published 2001-09-17) - Read more

HILTON ARTS
Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival takes place at Hilton College Theatre from September 21 to 23. (article published 2001-09-16) - Read more

ATTACK ON THE USA
Condolences to all who may have lost friends or family. (article published 2001-09-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
The winemakers come to town. (article published 2001-09-10) - Read more

UPTOWN GUY
Duncan Royce’s latest is a winner all the way! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-09-10) - Read more

LOOT
Kloof Amateur Dramatic Scoeity present Joe Orton’s famed black comedy. (article published 2001-09-8) - Read more

PANSA MEETING ON SATURDAY
Performing Arts Network KZN to hold meeting on September 8. (article published 2001-09-6) - Read more

DORA HARDYKE
Anthony Stonier offers an audience delicious humour, wit and well-placed barbs. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-09-6) - Read more

UPTOWN GUY
The magic of Billy Joel in Uptown Guy at the Lango. (article published 2001-09-4) - Read more

CELEBRATION
Family Players celebrate 21 years of shows. (article published 2001-08-31) - Read more

BOOK FOR HILTON
Booking is now open for the Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2001-08-31) - Read more

DURBAN DIVAS - CULTURAL CROSSOVER
Popular Durban singing group set to take Royal Backstage by storm. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-08-30) - Read more

DORA HARDYKE
Anthony Stonier devises and writes new show for Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2001-08-25) - Read more

NOT THE FULL MONTY
Extra show on August 27 at Langoustine by the Sea. (article published 2001-08-24) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
A gourmet weekend in the Midlands. (article published 2001-08-24) - Read more

WE GOT MAGIC TO DO
SA Magical Society to present show at Rhumbelow Shellhole. (article published 2001-08-19) - Read more

NEW MANAGEMENT AT RAINBOW
Nicola and Neil Comfort take over the reins at Pinetown jazz club. (article published 2001-08-19) - Read more

THE LOSER
Aaron McIlroy again weaves his wacky magic in hilarious show lampooning motivational speakers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-08-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Good wines at good prices. (article published 2001-08-10) - Read more

REWIND TO BLU
New and upmarket club in Stamford Hill Road. (article published 2001-08-10) - Read more

SPLASH
Fun-filled musical revue presented by Northwood School. (article published 2001-08-10) - Read more

SWOON
Entertaining evening filled with gentle sardonic fun, a touch of glitz, wacky impersonations and good music. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-08-9) - Read more

DINERS CLUB WINELIST AWARDS
Durban receives its first Diamond Award in prestigious annual competition. (article published 2001-08-9) - Read more

SEDUCTION – A CABARET
Greg King’s bedroom setting a triumph in this unusual cabaret show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-08-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
The roadshow here again. (article published 2001-08-7) - Read more

VERDI IN SONG
Great Opera composer celebrated in the Midlands (article published 2001-08-6) - Read more

REWIND 2 BLU
New talent on the up-and-up at interesting new venue. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-08-4) - Read more

SEDUCTION
New cabaret production from Michael Broderick and Catherine Mace. (article published 2001-07-31) - Read more

FNB VITA REGIONAL THEATRE AWARDS
Durban winners for 2000/2001 announced. (article published 2001-07-25) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Wines from distinguished estates. (article published 2001-07-24) - Read more

PERFORMING ARTS NETWORK
Regional launches undertaken in three major centres. (article published 2001-07-23) - Read more

LONDON CALLING
Anthony Stonier, Carole Trench and Tim Pullen appear at Rhumbelow Shellhole. (article published 2001-07-22) - Read more

PETER MAXWELL
Engaging entertainer and piano man for Imperial Hotel. (article published 2001-07-21) - Read more

THE STATE OF THE ARTS
Open letter from Chief Executive Officer of the National Arts Council. (article published 2001-07-20) - Read more

THE LOSER IS BACK
Motivational speaking" musical comedy show back in Durban, this time at the Langoustine. (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

SWOON
De Wet Wraight back with fresh new production. (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

DASH THAT DAGGER
Highway Intimate Theatre presents comedy spoof of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

DURBAN JEWISH CLUB
Historic venue makes strong comeback into Durban’s theatre scene. (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
Enjoyable celebration of the songs of the 60’s and early 70’s by highly experienced and capable cast. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

LICENCE TO MINCE
Last chance for Durban audiences to see drag duo Mince’s funky new show. (article published 2001-07-17) - Read more

YET ANOTHER NIGHT TO REMEMBER
St James Art Group presents night of comedy and music. (article published 2001-07-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Release of 4,000 cases of 1998 Plaisir de Merle and new wines released from Groote Post. (article published 2001-07-17) - Read more

A SONG COMING ON
Darren King, Vanessa Skaer and Ashley Roberts appear at Bella Vista in Botha’s Hill. (article published 2001-07-8) - Read more

OFFBEAT BROADWAY
A doctor, a singer and a pianist pay tribute to the musicals. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-5) - Read more

HIT REFRESH
The Festivals page seems to be suffering from overload, if the current day's report isn't featured then hit Refresh button to renew data. (article published 2001-07-4) - Read more

DURBAN FNB VITA NOMINEES
The nominees for the FNB Vita Regional Theatre Awards, 2000/2001 for Durban have been announced. (article published 2001-06-30) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN’S FINE AND SUNNY
Start of the 2001 Standard Bank National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

LOOT
Next production from Kloof Arts and Drama Society. (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

ROYAL RUMPUS
Open mike sessions offered for aspiring stand-up comics. (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Attractive tasting of wines from Springfield estate. (article published 2001-06-27) - Read more

ROYAL RUMPUS
Open mike sessions offered for aspiring stand-up comics. (article published 2001-06-27) - Read more

PANSA LAUNCH
KZN launch of The Performing Arts Network of South Africa. (article published 2001-06-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Wines from the grapes of Durbanville. (article published 2001-06-20) - Read more

DANIÈLE PASCAL
Slip into the comfortable warm glow of Royal’s Backstage and be bathed in song. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-06-15) - Read more

DRINKS ON ME
Amra-Faye Wright is brilliant, adorable, stunning … what more can I say? (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-06-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Long Mountain wine tasting; KWV 10-year-old brandy wins best brandy award and Belinda Croxon’s next gathering. (article published 2001-06-14) - Read more

DRINKS ON ME
Amra Faye makes a welcome return to Durban. (article published 2001-06-10) - Read more

ST MARY’S CELEBRATION
Candlelight supper forms part of St Mary’s celebrations. (article published 2001-06-10) - Read more

CLIFF SEASON EXTENDED
Popular tribute to Sir Cliff Richard at the Cellar. (article published 2001-06-10) - Read more

TIPSY TARTS FOLLIES
Group of performers present comedy drag mime shows as fundraisers for Tafta. (article published 2001-06-9) - Read more

NATURAL CAUSES
Two act black comedy for Westville Theatre Club. (article published 2001-06-3) - Read more

MINCE AT LANGOUSTINE
Dynamic drag duo back for eight shows only. (article published 2001-06-3) - Read more

LET’S MISBEHAVE
Royal Backstage has a winner all the way with this one! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-06-1) - Read more

APOLOGIES
artSMart has been "off the air" due to technical problems. (article published 2001-05-30) - Read more

THE MUSIC MAN
Music from Lehar to Schonberg as fund-raiser for St James Church. (article published 2001-05-17) - Read more

FEED THE BABIES
Miriam Erasmus’s popular fund-raising variety show. (article published 2001-05-14) - Read more

CLIFF
Genial, good-looking male foursome pays tribute to the now-knighted wonderboy of music. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-05-4) - Read more

SHOWGIRLS
Repeat season in Royal Hotel’s Backstage for three highly talented female singers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-05-3) - Read more

MUSIC FROM THE MUSICALS
Bella Vista supper evenings host Juan Burgers. (article published 2001-04-29) - Read more

SHOWGIRLS
Sophisticated cabaret comes back for a return season. (article published 2001-04-27) - Read more

ERROR IN LANGO REVIEW
Ticket price error in review for A Dame, A Dog and a Dead Guy. (article published 2001-04-27) - Read more

ARTSCAPE INVITATION
Cape Town based arts body invites all role players to contribute to 2002 programme. (article published 2001-04-27) - Read more

A DAME, A DOG & A DEAD GUY
One of the slickest and cleverest pieces of musical theatre seen in a long while. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-04-26) - Read more

DIZZY FINGERS
Two intimate café evenings featuring Diana Bures on clarinet. (article published 2001-04-21) - Read more

OFFBEAT BROADWAY
Suanne Braun, Anton Luitingh and Paul du Toit offer a showbiz tribute. (article published 2001-04-21) - Read more

A DAME, A DOG AND A DEAD GUY
Perfect fare for those who love the nostalgia of vintage comic book-type heroes. (article published 2001-04-21) - Read more

JOSE AT PEDRO’S
Portuguese keyboard player and singer performs at new Latin Café. (article published 2001-04-20) - Read more

SHOWGIRLS
Sophisticated cabaret returns to Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2001-04-12) - Read more

THE LADY IS A VAMP
Classy and frivolous one-woman show from a dedicated “blonde” at Backstage. (Review by Caroline Smart (article published 2001-04-5) - Read more

ALONE ON A SATURDAY NIGHT
No less than 18 original songs feature in highly sophisticated technical production. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-04-4) - Read more

SAMBA!
New faces feature in Themi Venturas’s celebration of Latin rhythm. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-03-28) - Read more

CLIFF
DuMarc Music & Clothing Co. pays tribute to the timeless, ageless icon of pop. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

SAMBA
Low priced previews for red hot Latino vibe at Langoustine by the Sea. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

ROUGE PULP
Amra-Faye and Chris Luke perform sophisticated cabaret in PMB. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

THERE GOES THE BRIDE
Highway Intimate Theatre presents Ray Cooney and John Chapman farce. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

ALONE ON A SATURDAY NIGHT
Musical drama to celebrate DuMarc’s flagship CD. (article published 2001-03-20) - Read more

THE HOUSE HUSBAND
First seen in Grahamstown last year, this production is more vigorous and much improved. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-03-9) - Read more

CANDLELIGHT BARD
Celebration of Shakespeare’s 437th birthday. (article published 2001-03-6) - Read more

ALONE ON A SATURDAY NIGHT
Multimedia musical experience for Cellar audiences. (article published 2001-03-2) - Read more

I FEEL A SONG COMING ON
Pleasing performances and excellent accompaniment in gently-amusing supper theatre show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-03-1) - Read more

BOOK CLUB EXTENDED
GeeJays and Liesl Coppin extend their production at Langoustine. (article published 2001-02-24) - Read more

MINISTER RESPONDS
See Miscellaneous for Minister Ben Ngubane’s response to the allegations of racism of the Playhouse Company’s executive bodies. (article published 2001-02-21) - Read more

A SONG COMING ON
New cabaret show at the Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2001-02-20) - Read more

URGENT CALL FOR SUPPORT
Serious issues concerning the Playhouse Company. (article published 2001-02-19) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE GATE
Artslink.co.za carries transcript of tape that led to resignation of acting MD (article published 2001-02-18) - Read more

SKAER & KING FOR ROYAL
Backstage at the Royal hosts Vanessa Skaer and Darren King. (article published 2001-02-18) - Read more

CABARET ON THE COUCH
Mari Visagie takes a look at the state of Cabaret in Durban. (article published 2001-02-18) - Read more

THE TUCK SHOP GIRLS
Brash, over-the-top and outrageously camp drag show in the Cellar. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-02-13) - Read more

DOWN TO EARTHA
Anthony Stonier makes welcome return in Eartha Kitt tribute. (article published 2001-02-4) - Read more

ST VALENTINE’S NIGHT
Dinner, dancing and cabaret from the Dee’z M Bee’z. (article published 2001-02-4) - Read more

BOOK CLUB
Show takes off midway through first half. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-02-2) - Read more

COMEDY EXPRESS
Comedy firm favourites back at Royal Hotel venue. (article published 2001-02-1) - Read more

BELLA VISTA
Charming venue offers Tuesday supper theatre programmes. (article published 2001-02-1) - Read more

BOOK CLUB
Comic cabaret marks next show at Langoustine. (article published 2001-02-1) - Read more

ROUGE PULP FOR JHB
Amra-Faye and Christopher Luke present their popular production in Gauteng. (article published 2001-02-1) - Read more

MELVIN FOR BOTHA’S HILL
Well-known jazz musician Melvin Peters performs at Bella Vista. (article published 2001-01-31) - Read more

SNOW WHITE AND SEVERAL DWARFS
Hilarious adult pantomime runs until January 28. (article published 2001-01-4) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
All the best for 2001! See how artSMart has grown in two years. (article published 2001-01-3) - Read more

MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Season’s greetings from all at artSMart. (article published 2000-12-23) - Read more

THRILLER CARTOON
Napier Dunn’s interpretation of Thriller running at the Langoustine. (article published 2000-12-22) - Read more

HORSE CARE SHOW
The KZN Horse Care Unit hosts 60’s show. (article published 2000-12-22) - Read more

ROUGE PULP: CARTOON
Napier Dunn’s impression of Rouge Pulp currently running in the Royal Backstage. (article published 2000-12-5) - Read more

SNOW WHITE AND SEVERAL DWARFS
Madcap adult pantomime to delight audiences through until end January. (article published 2000-12-4) - Read more

ROCKIN' THE WORLD TONIGHT
Rocking and rollicking riot of song, dance and laughter. (article published 2000-11-29) - Read more

THRILLER
Highly entertaining fun send-up of ghosts, ghouls, monsters and phantoms. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-11-21) - Read more

SNOW WHITE & SEVERAL DWARFS
Corrected version of review of hilarious Cellar show by Caroline Smart. (article published 2000-11-15) - Read more

NEW PLAYHOUSE MD
Professor Caesar Maxwell J Ndlovu is the new Managing Director of The Playhouse Company. (article published 2000-11-12) - Read more

THRILLER
Murder, mystery and suspen-ders for Langoustine supper theatre. (article published 2000-11-9) - Read more

BED FULL OF FOREIGNERS
Comedy/farce for HIT’s end of year production. (article published 2000-11-8) - Read more

SNOW WHITE & SEVERAL DWARFS
Fun and frolic in Playhouse Cellar show’s escapist entertainment. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-11-8) - Read more

ROUGE PULP
Varied, sophisticated and entertaining cabaret reflects the style of the Royal Hotel. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-11-3) - Read more

ADULT PANTO FOR CELLAR
Snow White & Several Dwarfs In The Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2000-10-22) - Read more

ROUGE PULP
Singer Amra-Faye Wright and saxophonist Christopher Luke for Royal’s Backstage. (article published 2000-10-22) - Read more

1944: BERLIN OR BUST
Wartime musical staged at Natal Settlers Home. (article published 2000-10-21) - Read more

EVENING OF MAGIC AND MIRTH
Peter Chamberlain and illusionist Leon van Vuuren perform for Childline. (article published 2000-10-21) - Read more

SAMBA
Get steamy and samba with the rhythms of South America at the Langoustine. (article published 2000-10-10) - Read more

MORE GOOD VIBRATIONS
Themi Venturas’s hit show extended to October 22. (article published 2000-10-10) - Read more

STRUTT AT TOP OF THE ROYAL
Dine in sumptuous splendour with the finest view Durban can offer and up-tempo all-girl group. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-10-10) - Read more

ANOTHER NIGHT TO REMEMBER
The Dee’z M Bee’z present The Best of British at St James Hall. (article published 2000-10-6) - Read more

CABARET ON THE COUCH
Mari Visagie uses her dramatic talents in cabaret with a difference. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-10-4) - Read more

CABARET ON THE COUCH
Mari Visagie promises to be her versatile best at Royal Backstage. (article published 2000-10-3) - Read more

BAFFLING BUFFET
An Evening of Magic from top magicians at Tina’s Hotel. (article published 2000-09-21) - Read more

STARS AND STRIPS!
Playhouse Cellar September 20 to October 22, 2000. (article published 2000-09-21) - Read more

CHANGE FOR LADIES NIGHT
Ladies night is tomorrow, not Tuesday at the Lango! (article published 2000-09-10) - Read more

SOLID GOLD
Arnie Field and Clinton Philander – two “penguins” call back the past in nice ‘n easy, light-hearted show. (article published 2000-09-5) - Read more

STARS AND STRIPS
Playhouse Cellar show by Shireen James designed for mass appeal. (article published 2000-09-2) - Read more

GOOD VIBRATIONS – THE NEW GENERATION
Themi Venturas’s revamped smash hit loses none of its sparkle. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-09-1) - Read more

SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW NATION
James van Helsdingen presents satirical humour that is refreshing. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-08-30) - Read more

TRAGEDY FOR AARON & LISA
Baby daughter tragically killed in freak accident. (article published 2000-08-28) - Read more

SOLID GOLD
Royal Hotel’s Backstage hosts two of Durban’s most well-known and loved performers. (article published 2000-08-23) - Read more

SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW NATION
Hopes and dreams for the Millennium feature in Cellar show. (article published 2000-08-21) - Read more

NIGHTMARE
Suspense play by Norman Robbins for Highway Intimate Theatre. (article published 2000-08-19) - Read more

GRUMPY OLD MEN
Comedy legends Tony Stewart and Cy Saks for Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2000-08-18) - Read more

GOOD VIBRATIONS
Hit supper theatre musical for Langoustine Theatre by the Sea. (article published 2000-08-18) - Read more

DIVAS TO A T
Tonya Koenderman - generous heart, generous spirit, generous voice. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-08-10) - Read more

SWOONERS & CROONERS 2
Rerun of entertaining show by the GeeJays now tighter, funnier and more relaxed. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-08-5) - Read more

DURBAN TEAM IN JHB
The Blues Brothers are back … in Johannesburg! (article published 2000-08-3) - Read more

QUEEN MUM’S 100TH!
Dee’z M Bee’z will present celebration of the 100th birthday of Her Majesty the Queen Mother. (article published 2000-07-28) - Read more

FRUIT PUNCH
Divine songsters dressed in outrageous drag, diamante and “falsies” for Cellar show. (article published 2000-07-24) - Read more

PARKER SHOW EXTENDS
Fascinating and interesting insight to the life of literary legend Dorothy Parker. (article published 2000-07-23) - Read more

GOOD VIBES
Themi Venturas’s smash-hit Good Vibrations makes a comeback! (article published 2000-07-21) - Read more

CULTURAL CROSSOVER
Music sung in the shebeens makes for enjoyable supper show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-20) - Read more

DIVAS TO A T
Tonya Koenderman pays tribute to great ladies of song. (article published 2000-07-20) - Read more

NIGHTMARE
Highway Intimate Theatre to stage suspense play by Norman Robbins. (article published 2000-07-19) - Read more

LOOK NO HANS
Hilarious British comedy from KADS. (article published 2000-07-19) - Read more

SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY
Gee Jays present re-run of sentimental journey at the Langoustine Theatre by the Sea. (article published 2000-07-15) - Read more

YOU MIGHT AS WELL LIVE
Fascinating and interesting insight to the life of literary legend Dorothy Parker. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-15) - Read more

CONCERTO FOR 2
Classy act by two of Durban’s top entertainers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-14) - Read more

YOU MIGHT AS WELL LIVE
Portrait of Dorothy Parker in the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2000-07-11) - Read more

CULTURAL CROSSOVER
Durban Divas open on Wednesday at Royal Hotel's Backstage. (article published 2000-07-3) - Read more

CONCERTO FOR 2
Husband and wife team finally work together. (article published 2000-06-29) - Read more

DURBAN DIVAS
Three talented singers perform for Durban Arts and at the Royal Hotel’s Backstage. (article published 2000-06-17) - Read more

VAGABOND
Brel, Legrand, Coward, Weill and Faithfull – all wrapped up in Pascal. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-06-16) - Read more

VAGABOND
Danièle Pascal at Langoustine Theatre by the Sea. (article published 2000-06-12) - Read more

APOLOGIES
We have been “off the air” for most of this week and we apologise. (article published 2000-06-9) - Read more

HITS & HISSES
Fun interactive KADS show where the audience can sing-along with popular music and boo and hiss the villain! (article published 2000-06-3) - Read more

SHOWGIRLS
Sophisticated performances and good music make up this cabaret in the Royal Hotel’s Backstage venue. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-06-2) - Read more

PICK UPS
How to deliver the ultimate pick-up line - Playhouse Cellar style! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-06-1) - Read more

HITS & HISSES
Supper show offers song and melodrama, promising much fun for cast and audience. (article published 2000-05-28) - Read more

CHOICE MINCE
The art of drag for the Langoustine – back by popular demand. (article published 2000-05-21) - Read more

SHOWGIRLS
Melanie Roberts, Kate Bruce and Liesl Coppin provide glamour at Backstage. (article published 2000-05-21) - Read more

DOOWAH BOYS EXTENDED
Popular show at the Langoustine Theatre by the Sea extended by popular demand! (article published 2000-05-20) - Read more

THE CUNNING LINGUISTS
Two talented performers mismatched in supper theatre show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-05-14) - Read more

LANGOUSTINE BOOKINGS
Save time and costs by booking via e-mail Langoustine Theatre by the Sea showsl. (article published 2000-05-8) - Read more

DOO-WAH BOYS 3
Four charming and good-looking young men present enjoyable tribute to boy groups. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-05-8) - Read more

PAINT THE TOWN
Dinner cabaret for the Hexagon Dive in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2000-04-26) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Supermarkets dominate Nederburg auction. (article published 2000-04-12) - Read more

LA VIDA LATINO
Visually impressive, fast-moving supper theatre for lovers of the Latin beat. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-04-9) - Read more

CELLULITE AND SEQUINS
Dianne Chandler as bouncy and entertaining as ever. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-04-8) - Read more

A MUSIC HALL
Evening of fun, sketches, song and dance. (article published 2000-04-5) - Read more

HOME IS WHERE YOUR CLOTHES ARE
Comedy in supper theatre format by Highway Intimate Theatre. (article published 2000-03-27) - Read more

O’CHEFE HAS MUSIC
Portuguese cuisine and live Latin American music at weekends. (article published 2000-03-23) - Read more

JOE PARKER’S YOUNG GUNS
Joe Parker brings top young comedy talent to the Royal’s Backstage. (article published 2000-03-22) - Read more

CELLULITE AND SEQUINS
Dianne Chandler’s back in town! (article published 2000-03-22) - Read more

DIANE CHANDLER FOR BACKSTAGE
Popular South African entertainer presents show at Royal Hotel. (article published 2000-03-19) - Read more

HORIZON 2000
Annual matric fundraiser by Durban North College. (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

LATIN VERVE AT THE CELLAR
Playhouse Cellar to host show with Latin beat. (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

REGGIE LEARNS TO ROCK
Mix of musical styles and lots of pink in Langoustine show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-03-17) - Read more

REGGIE LEARNS TO ROCK
New show produced by Lisa Bobbert and Aaron McIlroy. (article published 2000-03-10) - Read more

THE LIFE & TIMES OF GOPAL
Hamish Kyd’s acting experience stands him in good stead in this lighthearted evening of entertainment. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-03-9) - Read more

DEE’Z M BEE’Z
Popular vocal group performs for St Patrick’s Night. (article published 2000-03-9) - Read more

HAMISH KYD AT THE CELLAR
Hamish Kyd appears in The Life & Times of Gopal at the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 2000-03-9) - Read more

JOE PARKER
Popular comedian to perform at Royal Hotel’s Backstage venue. (article published 2000-03-6) - Read more

CABARET SAUVIGNON
A new dramatic star rises on the cabaret circuit. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-03-5) - Read more

DEATH OF JOCK LEYDEN
Internationally acclaimed cartoonist dies at his home in Durban. (article published 2000-03-2) - Read more

EXTENSION AT LANGOUSTINE
Swooners & Crooners extend their show due to popular demand. (article published 2000-03-2) - Read more

MINCE
The Art of Drag for Langoustine Theatre by the Sea for four shows only. (article published 2000-02-17) - Read more

SWOONERS AND CROONERS
Gee Jays go for a more sophisticated presentation. (article published 2000-02-10) - Read more

SWOONERS & CROONERS
Irrepressible theatrical trio to present sophisticated show at The Langoustine. (article published 2000-01-18) - Read more

CAST REPLACEMENTS FOR CELLAR SHOW
Anthony Stonier and Carol Trench leave for Abu Dhabi. (article published 2000-01-4) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Best wishes for the new year, decade, century, millennium, whatever! (article published 2000-01-1) - Read more

THE BLUES BROTHERS
This highly entertaining show directed by Duncan Royce is not to be missed. (article published 1999-12-10) - Read more

B4Y2K
Rollicking review from Company of Theatre Arts. (article published 1999-12-1) - Read more

THE BLUES BROTHERS
A to Z of Rock & Roll Music. (article published 1999-11-24) - Read more

LIVE AT THE ROYAL
The Royal Hotel’s Backstage venue hosts Chantal Saunders and De Wet Wraight. (article published 1999-11-23) - Read more

ROGERS AND MILLER
Alf Rogers and Mel Miller appear at Durban North comedy spot. (article published 1999-11-22) - Read more

JACK AND THE BIG STALK
Definitely adult fare in the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 1999-11-19) - Read more

RUN FOR YOUR WIFE
Taxi-driver with knife-edged schedule provides for much hilarity. (article published 1999-11-4) - Read more

PUB SINGALONG
Enjoy an evening of English pub singalongs in aid of the Queensburgh Cheshire Homes. (article published 1999-10-28) - Read more

ONE VOICE - REVIEW
Everything from opera or country & western to R&B and Broadway musicals at the Royal’s Backstage. (Caroline Smart) (article published 1999-10-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Stellenbosch Road Show hits Durban and Robertson Winemakers hold a wine tasting. (article published 1999-10-19) - Read more

THREE TONNERS
The Three Tonners open at Langoustine Theatre by the Sea. (article published 1999-10-19) - Read more

FRINGE BENEFITS
Kippers play a major role in this supper theatre comedy. (article published 1999-10-18) - Read more

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Enjoy the “Best of British” with the Dee’z M Bee’z. (article published 1999-10-12) - Read more

CRAB CURRY AND 8TEASE
Sun, sea, beautiful dancers and delicious crab curry. (article published 1999-10-12) - Read more

MILLENNIUM MELTDOWN
Show in the last week of its run. (article published 1999-10-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
The Queen savours Cape wines in Scotland. (article published 1999-10-7) - Read more

JACK AND THE BIG STALK – REVIEW
Definitely a very adult pantomime… Caroline Smart (article published 1999-10-6) - Read more

THREE TONNERS AT LANGOUSTINE
The Three Tonners present power, passion and pudding at the Langoustine Theatre by the Sea (article published 1999-10-6) - Read more

FREE BOTTLE FOR MILLENNIUM
Enjoy a lively musical show and a free bottle of wine. (article published 1999-10-4) - Read more

FIRE AT HILLCREST
Swan and Rail Restaurant burns down. (article published 1999-09-29) - Read more

FRINGE BENEFITS
Change of cast for KADS production of this Ray Cooney and Brian Rix farce. (article published 1999-09-29) - Read more

MILLENNIUM MELTDOWN
The Langoustine by the Stage is melting down towards the Millennium! (article published 1999-09-29) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
These quality wines are reasonably priced. (article published 1999-09-25) - Read more

MAXWELL MAGIC BACK
Entertainer Peter Maxwell's swanning around – in Hillcrest! (article published 1999-09-24) - Read more

JACK AND THE BIG STALK
Latest adult pantomime in Playhouse Cellar. (article published 1999-09-24) - Read more

SHOW-OFF
Backstage - Live at the Royal hosts a send-up of the stars. (article published 1999-09-23) - Read more

RUN FOR YOUR WIFE
HITS present Ray Cooney farce in November. (article published 1999-09-23) - Read more

SHOWOFF
De Wet Wraight for new supper theatre venue at the Royal. (article published 1999-09-21) - Read more

BACKSTAGE – LIVE AT THE ROYAL
New supper theatre venue offers Show Off and Elton. (article published 1999-09-20) - Read more

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
D’z M B’z present best of British for St James Art Group. (article published 1999-09-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
As opposed to the whites, red wines have a much longer maturation potential. (article published 1999-09-16) - Read more

OUMA GOSH!
English and Afrikaans humour and song at the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 1999-09-15) - Read more

MILLENNIUM MELTDOWN - REVIEW
Want to usher in the Millennium early? If you enjoy wall-to-wall music in a show jam-packed full of energy and designer costumes with a hi-tech theme, then Millennium Meltdown running at the Langoustine Theatre by the Sea is definitely for you. The show is devised and written by Duncan Royce and Kate Bruce, who switches to performance mode as she joins Tim Wells, Percy Smith and Liesl Coppin on stage as they pay tribute to artists from the 80’s and 90’s. (article published 1999-09-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN
Michael Green to contribute wine notes to artSMart. (article published 1999-09-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
How long can you keep a bottle of South African wine? (article published 1999-09-11) - Read more

MILLENNIUM MELTDOWN
Langoustine Theatre-by-the-Sea’s new show starts the countdown to the millennium. (article published 1999-08-23) - Read more

FRINGE BENEFITS
Two executives and a bunch of kippers in this supper theatre comedy. (article published 1999-08-20) - Read more

BACKSTAGE – LIVE AT THE ROYAL
New theatre venue at The Royal Hotel. (article published 1999-08-13) - Read more

MERCURY RISING
Tribute to Freddie Mercury still running at the Langoustine by the Stage. (article published 1999-08-5) - Read more

JACK AND THE BIG STALK
New pantomime show set to wow the Playhouse Cellar. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

2000 MELTDOWN
Melt down to the Millennium at the Langoustine. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

VERY CAMP TROOPERS
Very Camp Troopers present war show for TAFTA. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

SERENDIPITY IN THE CELLAR
Serendipity in the Playhouse Cellar is a vast improvement from the Grahamstown fringe! (article published 1999-07-29) - Read more

HOLIDAY SNAP
Pinetown Reps present hilarious comedy in Pinetown Library. (article published 1999-07-22) - Read more

SERENDIPITY
Drummond Marais and Trevor Harper in Serendipity in the Cellar. (article published 1999-07-16) - Read more

MAXWELL FOR CELLAR
Peter Maxwell moves into the Playhouse Cellar for two weeks. (article published 1999-07-15) - Read more

MERCURY RISING
Mercury Rising is one of the most sophisticated and professional shows to be seen on the Durban circuit this year. (article published 1999-07-11) - Read more

JAMAICAN JAM
Yo, mon! Jamaican Jam’s really jammin’! (article published 1999-06-11) - Read more

BACKTRACK
Olivea and Mari backtrack with cabaret. (article published 1999-06-10) - Read more

DIVAS TO A T
Tonya Koendeman does the divas. (article published 1999-06-9) - Read more

TICKETWET’S JAMAICA JAM
The first Durban theatre show for TicketWeb. (article published 1999-06-6) - Read more

ROTHMAN’S SHOWCASE
Denise Britz showcases hot musical and fashion talent. (article published 1999-06-6) - Read more

MY FAVOURITE THINGS
While hubby’s playing the Cellar, the wife’s playing the Edward. (article published 1999-05-25) - Read more

THE DOOWAH BOYS
The DooWah Boys invite ladies to throw lingerie! (article published 1999-05-19) - Read more

JAMAICAN JAM
Visit Jamaica, its culture and its legends from your dinner table. (article published 1999-05-18) - Read more

THE DOOWAH BOYS 3
The Doowahs will have the girls a-doo-dah. (article published 1999-05-10) - Read more

FRENCH PASSION
There are three names that have made French musical history. (article published 1999-05-9) - Read more

THE BLONDE CHANDLER
The hair may be blonde but the energy’s still Chandler. (article published 1999-05-6) - Read more

REVIEW : IT'S TOO DARN HOT
Watch out, boys, Melanie Roberts is back in town! Having spent the last three years in Dubai and Germany, she's decided that there's no place like South Africa. But, sorry chaps, she?s not available as this bubbly redhead is now happily married and a proud mother. Once back home, Melanie lost no time in getting back into the swing of thing (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

CADENZA
The long-awaited, highly-acclaimed and much-talked about Cadenza comes to the Playhouse Cellar for a season which will run from April 6 to 25. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

SHOWOFF
De Wet Wraight is presenting a highly enjoyable and entertaining show at El Guappo Restaurant in Westville. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

PETER MAXWELL
International pianist and entertainer, Peter Maxwell, who has been performing in Durban for the past 40 years, is back again although not at his usual haunt at the Edward Hotel. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

RANT BOY
Having spent the last few years working successfully in Johannesburg, Alyn Adams celebrates his return to Durban with a stand-up comedy season at The Playhouse Cellar. Rant Boy, his critically acclaimed show, runs until April 4. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more


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