SMELTKROES

This show is about the roots of Afrikaans. ‘Smeltkroes’ is a melting pot of stories out of Africa, Europe and the far East. “Afrikaans sings in a thousand voices…” and it’s ok!

HER BLUES

A show about the women in blues, their stories and their songs – covering the lives and songs by female legends as far back as the 1920’s. Women feel inspired and men grin from ear to ear. It’s inspirational. It’s sexy. It’s fun!

MY MIRIAM MAKEBA STORY

A music production celebrating the life and music of the legendary Mama Africa, Miriam Makeba. Singer-Songwriter and rising star Sima Mashazi walked away with the Kanna Award for Best Music Production at the Klein Karoo National Arts Festival in 2019. A special show.

KORRELTJIE KANTEL

A spine-chilling, moving and ever evolving music theatre piece portraying the long-distance love affair between two iconic writers André P Brink and Ingrid Jonker. The album was nominated as Best Afrikaans Contemporary Album at the annual SAMA awards in 2018. Korreltjie Kantel is off to Belgium and Netherlands in October 2019.

BOWIE BAROQUE

Baroque ensemble ‘Here be Dragons’ perform re-imagined versions of David Bowie’s songs. They picture him living in Argentina, France and Germany in the 1600’s and 1700’s. The end result is an exquisite classical piece with three distinctly different suites, sending the listener down memory lane.

FOLK 101

The roots of Baroque music. ‘Here be Dragons’ explore the roots of Baroque music as found in the folk music performed in and around the main cultural centres of Europe during the 15th and 16th century.

ESSENCE OF SPRING

50 Years after the release of his first album, Spring; Ibrahim Khalil Shihab (formerly known as Chris Schilder) released his second album “Essence of Spring”. This album and live show is a wonderful collection of reworked classics from his Pacific Express days, brand new compositions as well as a fantastic piano solo. A true Cape legend.

DIE ANDER KONSERT

8 Musicians. 8 Unique performance styles. 8 Talents come together to show music lovers that Afrikaans music can be performed in a variety of genres and can be as diverse as South Africa’s Rainbow Nation.