Award-winning South African filmmaker and TV commercial director, Robert dos Santos has directed a new international TV commercial that showcases the launch of a world-first VR dating app, called Planet Theta.
South African stand-up comedy Hall-of-Famer, Alan Committie, returns for a laugh-filled start to 2024.
After four years, iconic comedian Russell Peters brings his unique brand of humour back to South Africa in 2024 for a 3-city tour around the country.
There’s only one way to celebrate the festive season in Johannesburg this year, and that’s enjoying Swingle Bells – A Christmas Concert Spectacular, on stage at The Teatro, Montecasino for eight performances only from Friday 15th – Sunday 24th December 2023.
Mark your calendars Joburg, we’ve got you booked for a very important meeting. 27 January 2024. Theatre of Marcellus at Emperors Palace. The agenda? A night of laughs and hilarity featuring the best in local comedic talent.
Celebrate the start of 2024 with Five-time GRAMMY® Award-winning singer/songwriter, producer, and ten-time nominee Lalah Hathaway’s SA Debut Headline Tour.
It doesn’t get more festive than an entire store dedicated to Christmas at Hyde Park Corner – and not just any old Christmas shopping, a shopping experience at Nicholas & Co. is a curated collection of Christmas décor, bakeware, signature scents, unique festive collectables and brand-new Jim Shore Ceramic Collection Exclusive, a Nicholas & Co Exclusive.
Joburg Ballet gives Johannesburg a magnificent festive season present this summer when the company brings The Nutcracker to the Teatro at Montecasino for 11 performances from 1 to 10 December.
From 7-17 December 2023 at the V&A Waterfront Croquet Lawn and Waterfall City Park at Mall of Africa, Disney fans of all ages will be able to experience the magic of Disney with six timeless stories during the day in the warm summer air or under the stars in special evening presentations.
Following hot on the stiletto heels of the smash hit musical comedy, Aunty Merle It’s A Girl, Marc Lottering and a dynamic cast return to the stage with the hit sequel Aunty Merle Things Get Real from 16 February to 3 March 2024 at Theatre of Marcellus, Emperors Palace in Johannesburg.