Argus Tonight – “On the road of life, expect detours”

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On the road of life, expect detours March 16, 2010 By Zane Henry London Road Director: Lara Bye Performers: Robyn Scott and Ntombi Makhutsi Venue: Kalk Bay Theatre Until: April 10 Rating: **** Sea Point is a unique place. If you’ve lived there, you know why. There’s the incongruous sense of safety you feel as ...

Bizcommunity – “Take a walk down London Road”

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Take a walk down London Road By: Seagram Pearce Small theatre might not have as much of a following and broad audience as other better known theatre, yet small theatre lacks nothing in the talent, dedication and small production value by comparison. The Kalk Bay Theatre, which hosted the world premiere of London Road on ...

Cape Times – “An intimate look at two women’s friendship”

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Cape Times, March 16, 2010 Edition 1 Terri Dunbar-Curran LONDON ROAD. Directed by Lara Bye, with Ntombi Makhutshi and Robyn Scott. At the Kalk Bay Theatre until April 10. TERRI DUNBAR-CURRAN reviews. THERE’S a nervous familiarity between the women as they stand, bench between them, admiring the view. Stella smiles tentatively, wary of Rosa’s easy ...

Die Burger review by Marina Griebenow

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[Scroll down for original Afrikaans] The opening night of a debut piece is always nervewracking. London Road by Nicholas Spagnoletti was no exception. As winner of Audience Choice in the 2007 PANSA new South African playwrighting competition expectations were even higher. And it did not disappoint. London Road is the story of a friendship between ...

‘Your Soap Box’ review

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YSB OFFICIAL REVIEW Stepping into the Kalk Bay Theatre is a little like stepping back in time. Situated in a beautifully restored NG Church on Main road in Kalk Bay, the performance area made me feel like I was about to watch a play in the basement of some vast Shakespearean pub: in all the ...

Megan’s Head

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Last night was the ‘world premiere’, as Simon Cooper (owner of The Kalk Bay Theatre, theatre producer and all round theatre lover) proclaimed of Nicholas Spagnoletti’s play London Road. It was a glamorous affair at my favourite independent theatre in Cape Town. I feel like I have already been on a long journey with London ...