By BRUCE DENNILL Other than a cup of what is presumably coffee, Josh Groban makes no concessions to fatigue after a full day’s travel from Los Angeles, via Heathrow, to Johannesburg. His chatty, friendly stage persona is ...
By BEN WRIGHT In the late 1970s, my uncle wanted to go to Filbert St. My Grandmother said no. Like the stadiums of many a middling football club at the time, the home of Leicester City could be ...
The Co-Authors Wednesday 8:17am ‘Hey man, Marco, did you hear?’ ‘Shaun? What?’ ‘Are you sitting down?’ ‘No, I’m at the restaurant prepping bok choy. What is it?’ ‘It’s Noakes. You should probably sit down.’ ‘You’re freaking me out. What’s going on, Shaun?’ ‘You haven’t ...
- 1 – Never Darken This Portal Again
- 2 – Very Nearly Offensively Bad
- 3 – Nobody Thought This Through
- 4 – Poor
- 5 – Not Bad, But Ok
- 6 – Good
- 7 – Very Good
- 8 – One Of The Best This Year
- 9 – I Was Moved; I May Have Cried
- 10 – Pretty Much Perfect
The winners of the Naledi Theatre Awards were announced on 19 April at the Lyric Theatre, Gold Reef City. For the first time in the awards’ 12-year
Chris van Wyk (1957-2014) arrived on the literary scene at the age of 22 with It Is Time To Go Home, a startlingly accomplished collection