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ALISTAIR IZOBELL PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS

NUR ABRAHAMS

It’s My Time

25th – 28 July 2017

Baxter Theatre

Nur Abrahams is by far one of South Africa`s most soulful singers. Nur has contributed to many a hit show in Cape Town and this year he brings us his second solo production “It`s My Time”. He has embarked on a new journey to showcase his amazing vocal talent. His brand-new look, brand new sound and a brand-new journey, because… It’s his time. Join Nur as he showcases his new sound and recordings, shares his thoughts and celebrates his journey with some of his favourite music industry friends. Featuring the very talented Devanish Hendricks, Fagrie Isaacs and Tye Platinum.

Nur started singing professionally at the age of six and has been performing ever since. He has been part of successful music groups – Limited Edition and JAG. He received The Baxter Theatre’s Young Inspiring Artist of the Year Award in 2012 and has performed in a host of successful shows including: District 6 The Musical, Vocal Is Lekka, Radio Classics, Slick Swing, Scrooge, Music Alla Kaap (sharing the stage with the late Zayn Adam and Percy Sledge), Vocal Mania, Divos, Remembering the Lux, Kaapse Jol and I am Music.

The show will be a spectacular celebration of incredible voices, A cappella and beautiful percussion. Music and show direction by Alistair Izobell.

This show is not to be missed! 

Nur Abrahams – It’s My Time”

Featuring: Devanish Hendricks, Fagrie Isaacs and Tye Platinum

Date:  Tuesday 25th – Friday 28th July 2017

Venue:  Baxter Theatre

Ticket prices: R130

Book now:  Computicket, Shoprite Checkers and all House & Home Stores or at the Baxter

Show starts: 8.15pm

 

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Marmalade Productions & Alistair Izobell Productions presents “Rocking the City 2017” Down Memory Lane

29th July 2017 at GrandWest

Featuring: Dawnay, MarcAlex, The Boyz, Da Ballies & Essential

Marmalade Productions & Alistair Izobell Productions present yet another music spectacular show this winter. This time Rocking the City 2017 will take you on a trip down memory lane and remind you of the good times.  Both established music promoters, both brands giving value to their audience, both creating opportunities for young and upcoming stars and giving our legends a fresh platform. They have produced spectacular shows over the years which include: Divas, Divos and Duets, Music Alla Kaap and have included major international artists and the best South African music on their line ups. Between the two companies, over 200 000 fans have experienced their brand of success.

Rocking the City 2017 will feature: Dawnay, MarcAlex, The Boyz, Da Ballies & Essential. The best Cape Town musicians will support this stellar line-up.

Dawnay:  In a career that has spanned over thirty years, Dawnay is a respected artist, a much-loved live performer, songwriter, singer, producer and musician – with the rare combination of drums and vocals remaining his first passion. His first single, “U Touch Me” achieved massive success and paved the way for many follow-up singles – “High … Oops Baby”, “You’re my World”, the solid groove club anthem, “The Real Thing”, “My Baby Tonight” and “Coon Carnival”.  He has opened for many international stars and received many accolades including a SAMA nomination for Best Pop Album.

MarcAlex: Brothers born and raised in Soweto, their love of music started at a very young age. Always believing in themselves after many disappointments, created their iconic South African hit song “Quick Quick”, which took them to the top of the charts on all radio stations around the country. They later went on to win an OKTV (now SAMA) award for Best New Comer/ Group with this incredible song. MarcAlex then signed to an international label giving them the opportunity to work with the best producers. The brothers spent years performing around the world horning their craft. They took some time out and started a successful management and events company. But, music will always be their first love. MarcAlex have been hard at work writing and producing their first album in years.

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Tuesday 18th July 2017

67 Minutes of Laughter – Host – Kurt Schoonraad, Featuring: Nik Rabinowitz, KG, Carl Weber,

Conrad Koch, Rob Van Vuuren, Shimmy Isaacs, Tracy KlassAngel Campey, Yaaseen Barnes, Brent Palmer, Paul Snodgrass,

Phil De Lange, Eureka Nkese, Gino Fernandez, Mum-Z, The Napsta & a special set after the show by DJ Azuhl.

Wednesday 19th July 2017

HEADLINE: KG

MC: Chris Forrest (JHB)

SUPPORT ACT: Phil de Lange

OPEN MIC: Brent Palmer

GUEST ACT: Fabian Clark (AUS)

Thursday 20th July 2017

HEADLINE: KG

MC: Chris Forrest (JHB)

SUPPORT ACT: Phil de Lange

OPEN MIC: Brent Palmer

GUEST ACT: Fabian Clark (AUS)

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Alistair Izobell Productions Presents:

Soli Philander’s “Nice Coat” (Lekker Jas!)

17th – 29th July

Baxter Theatre

Soli Philander’s ‘Nice Coat’ is about – as he puts it – HIS Cape Town.

Born out of a desire for a narrative about Cape Town – the place of his birth, his youth, his heart – that didn’t serve a political agenda, wasn’t an exercise in attracting tourists, and did not disregard the daily, stark realities so many Capetonians in surviving must embrace.

Fuelled by the desire not to defend or deflect accusations levelled at The Mother City – her detractors on the inside and out – or wallow in the praise and pride from those enamoured by her, but rather to provide another view, another ‘take’, another conversation about the place he calls home, and his experience of it.

Philander is adamant about the unique ‘sound’ of Cape Town – ‘there is a rhythm to it, a beat’ – that he maintains is the essence of ‘being Capetonian’. In his observations about, his criticism of, his tribute to the place he calls home, he seamlessly plays with word and intonation, idiom and phrase, rhyme and reason, to engage mind, memory and emotion in a delicately-humoured, hour-long rhyme.

When asked ‘why?’ about the rhyme, Soli responded: ‘I didn’t realize for a long time that the instinctive love I have for rhyming is cultural – from the games we made up as children, the secret languages we invented as teens, the delightful playing with words of the hawkers, and even organized crime’s penchant for inventing new words or new meanings for existing ones’

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In celebration of the Buccaneers game against Supersport this weekend the good folk at adidas South Africa have given me a few jersies to give away to the hardcore Amabakhaniya fans! Three in fact :) These jersies are all small sizes so if not for you you can give it someone who is a huge fan.

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All you have to do is answer the simple question below!

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Cape Town Comedy Club is hosting the fabulous Marc Lottering this week as the Guest Act for 3 nights only:  Wednesday 24, Thursday 25 & Friday 26 May 2017. He will be joined on stage by the following comedians each night: Dylan Skews, Milo Hot Chocolate, Liam Bento and Mel Jones as the MC. As usual, the line-up is always subject to change. Tickets are R120.

… A NIGHT OF HEADLINERS, brought to you by Savanna Premium Cider on Friday 16 June 2017, prepare yourself for a real treat as FOUR of South Africa’s top comedians perform on our stage for ONE night only!           Sne Dladla, Glen Biderman-Pam (JHB), Mum-Z and Rob van Vuuren as the MC.  As usual, the line-up is subject to change. DJ Willy plays after the show. Tickets are R190 (includes a free Savanna on arrival).

If you haven’t noticed, HALF PRICE SUNDAYS are back due to popular demand, on selected shows only. As the daunting approach of the new week lurks … why not get your spirits geared up with a good dosage of stress-relieving laughter, on a Sunday night! It’s just what the doctor prescribed and will still have you giggling all the way to the office on Monday morning! The good news is that we are extending this special to FATHER’S DAY Sunday 18 June 2017. The line-up (subject to change) includes Glen Biderman-Pam, Mum-z, Kolping Mbumba and Rob van Vuuren as the MC.

NEWSFLASH!!!! New York comedian, Wil Sylvince will be the Headline Act at our club from Wednesday 26 to Sunday 30 July 2017. He will then be heading to Johannesburg (in August) to open for Trevor Noah in his new show, Trevor Noah Live. In 2015, he also opened for Trevor in NationWILD and has also appeared at the Comedy Central International Comedy Festival. (Attached press release for more info) pic available on request. 

What’s on for the next 2 weeks:

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Wednesday 24th May 2017

HEADLINE: Dylan Skews

MC: Mel Jones

SUPPORT ACT: Milo Hot Chocolate

OPEN MIC: Liam Bento

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Cape Town Comedy Club is open 5 days a week. Comedy nightly from 8.30pm, dinner from 6pm.

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Wednesday 17th May 2017

HEADLINE: Kurt Schoonraad

MC: Martin Davis (UK)

SUPPORT ACT: Kurt Langeveld

OPEN MIC: Lindy Johnson

Thursday 18th May 2017

HEADLINE: Conrad Koch / Chester Missing

MC: Paul Snodgrass

SUPPORT ACT: Kurt Langeveld

OPEN MIC: Lindy Johnson

Guest Act: Kurt Schoonraad

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Cape Town Comedy Club is open for a good laugh and great food 😊
Half Price Sundays are back: R60pp for selected shows only

MID WEEK MADNESS with limited R50 early bird tickets to our Wednesday & Thursday night shows at Computicket, on selected shows only.

Happy Hour: 6-7pm with great specials

Cape Town Comedy Club is open 5 days a week. Comedy nightly from 8.30pm, dinner from 6pm.

For group bookings or to hire the venue for exclusive use, contact events@capetowncomedy.com.
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Wednesday 10th May 2017

HEADLINE: Shimmy Isaacs
MC: Martin Davis (UK)
SUPPORT ACT: Kedibone Mulaudzi (JHB)
OPEN MIC: Justin-Ray Stoffels

Thursday 11th May 2017

HEADLINE: Shimmy Isaacs
MC: Martin Davis (UK)
SUPPORT ACT: Kedibone Mulaudzi (JHB)
OPEN MIC: Justin-Ray Stoffels

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Divas Cape Town 2017 One Night Only! GrandWest 6th May 2017

Marmalade Productions is proud to present Divas Cape Town 2017 featuring: International dance diva, Sybil, SA stars, Jamali, Salome, Vuvu Kumalo, G&T, Fancy Galada and Nuraan Boltman.

All the artists featured on the line-up have all performed in successful shows around the country over many years. These diverse spectacular Divas together on one grand stage in May. Our successful brand Divas has hosted thousands of people and our new show will not disappoint. Marmalade Productions will elevate the brand and bring you the best entertainment in one packed show.

Sybil achieved worldwide crossover hits with her cover versions of Dionne Warwick’s hits “Don’t Make Me Over” and “Walk on by”, which were released in 1989 and 1990, respectively. The former became Sybil’s biggest hit in the USA, peaking at #20, and was a #1 hit in New Zealand. “Walk on by” is still, to date, the highest charting position for this Burt Bacharach/Hal David classic in the UK, peaking at #6. Sybil’s second self-titled album became her biggest-selling album in the USA.

Jamali first won over South Africa’s hearts on Popstar’s 2003-2004 reality television show. With platinum album sales, sold out concerts and top music awards under their belt, Jamali has never looked back. Their first self-titled album, hit platinum sales and set Jamali on the road to success. Their three time’s SAMA (South African Music Awards) nominated second album, ‘Yours Fatally’ was a huge hit with their fans. They won the coveted SAMA for Best South African Pop Act 2009 for their 3rd album, ‘3rd Base’.

Salome, born and bred Capetonian recorded her first single in 2007 with DJ Keith called “I Don’t want to Know”, which became a big hit on local radio and in 2009 recorded another great hit with DJ Keith called “What I do best”, this song hit Cape Town by storm and became a number 1 hit on the charts. Salome has also toured internationally with Madame Zingara and recorded her debut album in 2011. She is currently in studio recording her new album, which will be released later this year.

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2017 VARSITY SHIELD FINAL, Aidynn Cupido Captain of UWC receives the Varsity Shield trophy  during the Final between UWC and UFH presented by Steinhoff, FNB and STEERS. Monday, 10 APRIL 2017 at UWC Sport ground, Cape Town.  FNB UWC vs FNB UFH at UWC  Photo by: LUIGI BENNETTE/SASPA

2017 VARSITY SHIELD FINAL, Aidynn Cupido Captain of UWC receives the Varsity Shield trophy during the Final between UWC and UFH presented by Steinhoff, FNB and STEERS. Monday, 10 APRIL 2017 at UWC Sport ground, Cape Town.
FNB UWC vs FNB UFH at UWC
Photo by: LUIGI BENNETTE/SASPA

The crowd came out in numbers to witness this year’s Varsity Shield final at the UWC Sports Grounds in Bellville, Cape Town as their team powered past FNB UFH 45-2 to claim the 2017 Varsity Shield title.

On a warm evening in Cape Town it was the home team who took the lead in the first minute through centre Michaine Fick after great play on the wing. Not long after, Herschel Jantjies added a second in the ninth minute to give his side an early 13-0 lead after the second try was converted by Aidynn Cupido. The home side kept piling on the pressure and came close to adding another try when Andre Manuel was tackled just a few metres shy of the tryline.

FNB UWC were strong in defence and the visitors struggled to threaten their opponents’ tryline. The frustration surfaced when the two teams were involved a miniature bust-up in the middle of the park but no player was sent off as the referee did not deem it a malicious brawl. The contest took another turn in favour of the home side when Herschel Jantjies sold a dummy to dot the ball right under the posts after a strong scrum from his team. FNB UFH added pressure on the buzzer but a strong defence from FNB UWC saw them hold on to their 13-0 lead going into the break.

The half time team talk must have been a stern one as FNB UFH got their first points just a minute into the half. Flyhalf Sergio Christian got his team’s scoreboard ticking when he scored a penalty. The try seemed to recharge the FNB UWC mission as the boys from Cape Town hit back through a try from substitute Ishmaeel Schroder to extend their lead to 29-2. Continue reading

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