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Don't Miss Montecasino's March Excitement!

Montecasino, Gauteng’s premier entertainment destination, is delighted to share its spectacular line up with you so that you don’t miss out! From musicians to motocross, from comedy to blockbuster movies – there’s something for everyone! Lighthouse Family in SA  British musical duo, Lighthouse Family, will be touring South Africa in March for the very first […]

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What To Do Over The Reconciliation Day Long Weekend

Monday, 16 December 2019, the Day of Reconciliation, is a public holiday all about unity and togetherness. Also known as the 'biggest day in retail', this national holiday offers the chance to catch up on all you have been missing while managing the year-end rush. Take advantage of this long weekend to get out and […]

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The Mzansi Ballet Presents The Queen Show

What Is It? Looking for something that's different from your usual ballet? Then be sure not to miss this amazing performance. Mzansi Ballet and Pieter Toerien present a family-friendly production honouring the rock band whose music has stood the test of time - Queen. The diverse and talented cast has performed around the world and […]

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Worbey & Farrell present Rhapsody

What Is It? Worbey & Farrell present their highly acclaimed new show Rhapsody at the Pieter Toerien Theatre this November. These sought after international concert pianists have a wicked sense of humour. Combining sparkly piano playing with a dose of caricature and comedy, Worbey & Farrell have delighted audiences in over 150 countries. These two will astound […]

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Equus By Peter Shaffer At The Pieter Toerein Main Theatre

What Is It? Peter Shaffer's Equus shook theatre audiences to their cores with its first performance in 1973. It has since gone on to gain cult following as one of the most provocative theatre spectacles of the 20th Century. Based on a frightening true story, this fascinating and twisted tale of a boy who blinds six […]

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#Kids: A Little Theatre For The Kids

I still remember my very first kids theatre experience. I was four years old and will never forget the feeling of anticipation I felt sitting in a “proper grown-up” chair at the theatre, waiting for the curtains to open. I may not remember much about the actual show (it was Annie – The Musical), but […]

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Exploring The Jozi Theatre Scene

Pieter Toerien One of the most important figures in South African theatre, Pieter Toerien once sat outside German actress Marlene Dietrich's house for days on end to convince her to have a word with him, and eventually persuaded her to sign a tour contract with him. Due to his persistence and dedication to the craft, the coolest […]

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