• Musho! 2015: The Great Big Enormous Turnip – charming theatre for kids

     

    Originally to be held outside, ‘The Great Big Enormous Turnip’ went indoors because of the weather. The production, which fuses two famous old folk stories, has been re-written with wonderfully quirky scenes. Directed by Peter Court and Bryan Hiles, it features two of Durban’s well-loved and experienced actors - Daisy Spencer and Bryan Hiles.   

  • Review: P.A.R.C – all aspiring artistes will relate

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    P.A.R.C. (The Performing Arts Rehabilitation Centre) is a new comedic musical play penned by Durban’s own Daisy Spencer and Rory Booth which has opened at Durban’s Seabrooke’s Theatre (DHS). This is a MUST for everyone who has ever undertaken an audition only to be rejected

  • Stand Up Comedy Review: What to Expect When You've Expected

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    Breaking new ground with her own stand up show about the trials and tribulations of motherhood is well loved multi-talented performer Daisy Spencer. Better known for her vibey and innovative choreography, as well as her ability as singer and actress, Daisy has taken a bold step onto a new area of endeavour in 'What to Expect when You’ve Expected'

  • Young Performers' Project: Footloose

    Young Performers' Project 2017: Footloose at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre

    For the first time Durban-based choreographer, director and performer - Daisy Spencer, has taken on the mantle of directing the annual Young Performers' Project (YPP) - a project which provides access to the workings of a theatrical performance for school-goers - both on the stage and behind the scenes. The 2017 production is the ever-popular 'Footloose'