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  1. Johnny Boskak is Feeling Funny



    Craig Morris in Greig Coetzee’s

    Johnny Boskak is Feeling Funny


    Craig as JohnnyHexagon Theatre

    Friday 31st July at 7.30pm

    Tickets R100 (R90 concession)


    Winning the top accolade at the recent National Arts Festival Fringe is no easy feat amongst over 200 shows. But Craig Morris achieved the almost impossible by winning a Gold Standard Bank Ovation Award with Greig Coetzee’s Johnny Boskak is Feeling Funny. Morris will be in Pietermaritzburg for one day only at the end of July, and local theatre-goers will have the opportunity to see this remarkable show. Coetzee studied in Pietermaritzburg and taught for many years at GHS, before becoming a professional writer and actor.


    Where does Johnny Boskak fit in the new South Africa? Is he a white trash dinosaur? Or is he the last cowboy hero in boots and blue jeans? What we know is that he’s on the road, looking for love, redemption, an AK47 and the quickest way out of Secunda…

    Craig Morris stars in Greig Coetzee’s award-winning spin-off to White Men with Weapons!

    After the magical collaboration that birthed Blood Orange, Craig Morris celebrates the creative genius that is Greig’s writing. Johnny Boskak is superb writing, blended with Craig Morris’ inimitable physical performance style. Under Roslyn Wood-Morris’s empathetic theatrical eye this is theatre at its’ best! Not to be missed!

    Written by Greig Coetzee.
    Co-Directed by Roslyn Wood-Morris & Craig Morris.

    Craig Morris
    Craig Morris is a versatile performing artist and educator who includes Physical Theatre, Mime, Contemporary Dance and Clowning in his repertoire of theatre and film performance, directing, teaching and choreographic skills. Craig is continuously involved in numerous educational, commercial and corporate productions as a physical performer, movement training specialist, Classical and Contemporary Mime artist, script writer and Director. Craig continues to premier new, original theatre work, which educates and provokes critical thinking and innovation.

    Greig Coetzee
    Greig Coetzee has worked as a writer, director and performer and has written for theatre, radio and television. He is best known for White Men with Weapons, but has written a number of other plays. His work has received over twenty South African Theatre Awards. He has received two Scotsman Fringe First Awards as well as The Stage Award for Best Actor, all on the Edinburgh Fringe. His BBC Radio Drama, ‘Banana Republic’, received a Radio Academy Award (2005). Highlights include seasons at the Lincoln Centre, New York; London’s Soho Theatre, The Traverse in Edinburgh and The English Theatre in Berlin.

    Roslyn Wood-Morris
    Roslyn is passionate about education in the arts. Her strength lies in her ability to collaborate and she strongly believes in the voice of the performer as creator. In 2008 Roslyn won the Gauteng MEC award for Best Choreography for Bar Flies. Ros spent 18 years educating young adults in theatre at St Mary’s School and currently holds a post at Sacred Heart College as Head of Drama. Ros loves directing Craig in new productions. It’s a wonderful way to get her husband to listen to her when she tells him what to do!

  2. Acoustiq Assassins


    Hexagon Theatre Dive

    Friday 7th August at 7 for 7.30pm

    Tickets R50

    To book call 079 679 4837

    Tables seat 10 and there is a cash bar.

     AcoustiQ Asassins


    Acoustiq Assassins brings you a soulful twist with love melodies. Their sound can’t be put in one box as the music has elements of R & B , Soft Rock and Afro Soul. They aim to touch a soul through their music and their songs have a deep-rooted message which aims to educate people. Acoustiq Assassins is a local band made up of 4  talented members Noma Khumalo, Gugu Mdladla, Junior Mazibuko and Siphesihle Bhengu. They believe in creativity, originality and influencing people in a positive way. Their music create images in one’s mind and they are inspired by everyday life and the people of Pietermaritzburg.

  3. Return to Oz

    Return to Oz

    Hexagon Theatre

    14th August at 6.30pm
    15th August at 10.30am and 4.30pm

    Book through Computicket.

    Ballet Dancers


    These lovely local ballet dancers form part of the cast of Return to Oz, incorporating Alice in Wonderful, produced by the Heather Proctor School of Dance in Howick, to be staged at the Hexagon Theatre in Pietermaritzburg on 14 and 15 August (6.30pm on the 14th, 10.30am and 4.30pm on the 15th).

    The show is one not to be missed, and suitable for all ages, with a cast of cupcakes, sugarsticks and all sorts of sweet delights! Pictured are (from left) Neave Cox, Emma Barnes, Sienna Guerrera, Megan Tyrer and Erin Coverdale.

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