Festival of Arts verdict: I’ll be back

So the Festival of Arts - formerly 'Festival of Fame' - was great. From the 6th to the 10th of March, I performed The Dark Ages to scores of school audiences and what a treat it was! Yho guys, I can safely say it's been the most enjoyable run since the first stint at the National Arts Festival. … Continue reading Festival of Arts verdict: I’ll be back

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I'm super excited to take part in this year's Festival of Fame - a Joburg Theatre-led feast of productions aimed at the school going audience. It's underway from 6 until 11 March and I look forward to a newer, fresher retelling of The Dark Ages to young audiences. Let's go! Meanwhile, I was privileged to see my … Continue reading Loading… Festival of Fame

Theatre, comedy on a roll

It's a busy start to 2017. Barely a month in and I'm back in the thick of  a rehearsal process for Flat(form) - a platform performance piece we've been cooking up since the latter months of 2016. Platform performance is essentially an entire play that takes place on a tiny platform - in our case … Continue reading Theatre, comedy on a roll

Cracking start to Arts Festival

The National Arts Festival is in full swing in Grahamstown and the first day (2 July) set the tone for what I hope will be an incredible week of the arts. First up for me was Nat Caf improv comedy troupe and our opening show at St Andrew's Studio 1 was a strong start. The … Continue reading Cracking start to Arts Festival

Can we talk about Wayne Brady?

Where do I even start? The man is a phenom: Bursts of creativity, a great stage presence and incredible improvisational skills. I've long admired Wayne Brady and will continue to do so for years to come. He first came to my attention as part of the US version of improv comedy show Whose Line is it Anyway? and his versatility and … Continue reading Can we talk about Wayne Brady?