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Really Feely Farm

A friend’s baby is a year old and I haven’t made an effort to get to see her in real life as opposed to Facebook where I am kept up to date on all the happenings in their lives. Ok, … Continue reading

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Albert Hammond, a lifetime of memories

Joburg audiences are going to have to schlepp to Pretoria, though Press release below: Singer, songwriter and record producer, Albert Hammond is a prolific music industry giant, who has written commercially successful songs for some of the biggest names in … Continue reading

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Mango Groove 30 years

Thirty years already! We’re all getting older. Press release below: Real Concerts presents The Mango Groove 30th Anniversary Concert Mango Groove and Real Concerts are delighted to announce that Mango Groove will be performing a once-off, spectacular 30th Anniversary Concert … Continue reading

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Aida Abridged

Greg Homann, (director), former Standard Bank Young Artist for Drama, has taken the famous grand opera and re-imagined it for a cast of three (two actor/singers and one pianist).  The two actor singers work hard playing all the main characters … Continue reading

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Aunty Merle, The Musical

Popular comedian, Marc Lottering’s most beloved alter ego, Aunty Merle Abrahams sashays onto the stage for the first time in Johannesburg with Aunty Merle, The Musical from 1 February until 3 March 2019 on The Mandela Stage at Joburg Theatre. … Continue reading

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Family Day (26 December) Cricket at Centurion

Remember the advertisement “I don’t like cricket … I looooove it!”?  Well, I embody that advertisement. Regular readers of my work will probably have heard this story before, but I will tell it again for those who haven’t. I was … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol (the Dickens one)

It was my Standard Six (Grade 8 in modern parlance) set work, and I settled down to read the required number of chapters of A Christmas Carol as homework (I didn’t normally do homework, but I liked reading).  I finished … Continue reading

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