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Musho! 2016 Review: Leave it to me

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The 11th Musho! Festival opened at the Catalina Theatre on Wednesday (13 January 2016) with a play from Holland written and performed by Saskia Driessen, titled 'Leave it to Me'. This production is the creative vehicle for a poignant and powerful personal process; an opportunity to examine, analyze and understand the key events in her life. Saskia’s father is a solder, working in dangerous war-torn regions as a peace keeper, and the ongoing separation and anxiety have had a deep reaching effect on the emotional life of his daughter

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Musho! 2016 Review: A Beautiful Wreckage

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A mini musical is a first for the Musho! stage but certainly not a first for one of the creators of the show, Grant Jacobs, who has enjoyed much success in the past on this platform. In this ambitious new multimedia piece, directed by Caitlin Kilburn, Grant is joined by Liam McDermott and together they unpack the personal experiences of young men caught in a society in trauma

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Musho! 2016 Review: No Swearing

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Carvin H Goldstone’s stand up comedy show No Swearing marked a new event in the Musho! line up. While light and comic performances have always balanced out the programme, 2016 was the first time that a stand up comedian took to the stage. Carvin, who, since performing this show for the first time some years ago, has written many more and travelled internationally with his brand of humour, has established himself as the thinking man’s comedian

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Festive Season Pantomime: KickstArt’s Puss in Boots at the Sneddon

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Oh what a rollicking fun-packed show this year’s pantomime is! The KickstArt team have been at it again, re-creating a classic panto story with magnificent sets, slick song-and dance routines, colourful costumes and loads of theatrical surprises. ‘Puss in Boots’ moves at a cracking good pace and the time just flies by as we are drawn into its fabulous fantasy world.    Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, UKZN Howard College Campus, Durban until 10 Jan 2016

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