Sting performs at the Grand Arena, Grand West. Celebrating 25 years as a solo artist this is his Back to Base tour; all the hits, stripped down, as they haven’t been played in years. Book tickets now.
2. Sleeping Beauty (10 March)
Sleeping Beauty showing at the Fugard Theatre Bioscope on Saturday 10 March at 4pm. Screened from Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre, you will see David Hallberg in his highly anticipated debut as the first ever American Premier. He will be performing opposite Svetlana Zakharova as Princess Aurora (one of ballet`s most technically challenging roles). The Fugard has a whole series of screened ballets – see the schedule on their website.
3. Vusi Mahlasela and Karen Zoid (10 March)
Vusi Mahlasela and Karen Zoid will collaborate in an amazing musical performance at the Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre in Grabouw on Saturday 10 March at 7pm. There are only 600 tickets, so book now and experience this event first-hand.
4. My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Therapy (10 March)
If you think your family’s crazy, take a look at this hilarious comedy at the Theatre on the Bay showing until, it’s been described as “one part lasagne, one part kreplach and two parts Prozac”! The show won the Broadway.com Audience Award for Favourite New Off-Broadway Play of 2007 and promises to be the perfect tonic for a fun night out.
5. Somewhere on the Border (17 March)
Somewhere on the Border at the Baxter is on until 17 March at 8pm. It was written in exile and first shown at Grahamstown in 1986, where it was the ‘toast of the festival’. “The play performs open heart surgery on the South African psyche. It’s timely, finely acted and forcefully directed. See it at all costs” – Artslink.