Mar
21
Thu
2019
Evita’s Human Rights
Mar 21 @ 14:00
Never too Naked – a work in progress with Pieter-Dirk Uys
Mar 21 @ 19:00

Never too Naked


Bambi never too naked‘NEVER TOO NAKED’ has Bambi sharing the experience of leaving South Africa in the late 1950s, finding freedom in the sex underworld of Vienna, marrying an aristocrat who turned out to be a Nazi. Her ‘Bedtime Stories’ reflect the uncomfortable comparisons of her new life with her old existence, leading to her escape from the marriage of horror to become one of Europe’s most famous grand horizontals. In this time of #MeToo, Bambi shows a rare celebration of her freedom to choose the world of sex and not be forced into it.

Ticket Price R135 p/p, includes supper (Vegetarian Pasta or Spaghetti Bolognaise) and a glass of wine

 

Mar
22
Fri
2019
When in doubt, say darling
Mar 22 @ 14:00

 

When in doubt say Darling

New Pieter-Dirk Uys show for Evita se Perron and the world

A new show about forgetting, forgiving, remembering, faking, making-up and doing: “WHEN IN DOUBT SAY DARLING” – an entertainment with Pieter-Dirk Uys and other darlings.

Sometimes politics repeats itself, not only taking history and turning it into farce, but taking farce and turning into the fake news which is now called entertainment.

Pieter-Dirk Uys is sorting out 40 years of distress, disguise and disgust: from apartheid to tripartite, from amandla to Nkandla, from Brexit to Zexit.

Wigs, glasses, wagging fingers, toyi-toyis, red berets, trump cards of madness, icons and aikonas; from Bezuidenhouts, Raubenheimers, Ramaphosas to Altzheimers.

At a time when a casual greeting or embrace can be seen as racist or harassment, the advice is simple: when in doubt say darling.

If you can’t remember their names, just say darling.

If you get lost along the road to somewhere, simply ask for Darling.

He did it, and now Pieter-Dirk Uys also lives in Darling.

Join him and many darlings on an exciting walk to the edge of the next cliff when the end of the world seems nigh.

It used to be called a sunset. Here’s a secret: the sun will also rise tomorrow, darling.


Mar
23
Sat
2019
The Echo of a Noise
Mar 23 @ 14:00
Echo of a Noise
The Echo of a Noise

Now in his 71st year, Pieter‑Dirk Uys looks back on a life fully lived and hints at the challenges ahead of making the impossible even more extraordinary.

Bambi Sings the F.A.K. Songs – a work in progress with Pieter-Dirk Uys:
Mar 23 @ 19:00

Babi sings FAK songs

Evita’s younger sister, Bambi Kellermann, is already known through her Weimar cabarets with Godfrey Johnson. Her performance includes songs by Kurt Weill, Stephen Sondheim, Marlene Dietrich and familiar boereliedjies from the F.A.K. presented as never before.

Ticket Price R135 p/p, includes supper (Vegetarian Pasta or Spaghetti Bolognaise) and a glass of wine

Mar
24
Sun
2019
Tannie Evita Praat Kaktus
Mar 24 @ 14:00

Evita Praat Kaktus

Tannie Evita Praat Kaktus

Our history as it should have been

A revisionist look at the history of white South Africa, from the arrival in 1652 of the Cactus of Separate Development on the Drommedaris, through the Great Trek, Blood River, the 1948 Election and the arrival of the National Party and official apartheid, through the birth of democracy and the reality of today. Tannie Evita, in English, takes you on a journey, a hilarious roller‑coaster ride to freedom of expression.

Mar
30
Sat
2019
When in doubt, say darling
Mar 30 @ 14:00

 

When in doubt say Darling

New Pieter-Dirk Uys show for Evita se Perron and the world

A new show about forgetting, forgiving, remembering, faking, making-up and doing: “WHEN IN DOUBT SAY DARLING” – an entertainment with Pieter-Dirk Uys and other darlings.

Sometimes politics repeats itself, not only taking history and turning it into farce, but taking farce and turning into the fake news which is now called entertainment.

Pieter-Dirk Uys is sorting out 40 years of distress, disguise and disgust: from apartheid to tripartite, from amandla to Nkandla, from Brexit to Zexit.

Wigs, glasses, wagging fingers, toyi-toyis, red berets, trump cards of madness, icons and aikonas; from Bezuidenhouts, Raubenheimers, Ramaphosas to Altzheimers.

At a time when a casual greeting or embrace can be seen as racist or harassment, the advice is simple: when in doubt say darling.

If you can’t remember their names, just say darling.

If you get lost along the road to somewhere, simply ask for Darling.

He did it, and now Pieter-Dirk Uys also lives in Darling.

Join him and many darlings on an exciting walk to the edge of the next cliff when the end of the world seems nigh.

It used to be called a sunset. Here’s a secret: the sun will also rise tomorrow, darling.


Never too Naked – a work in progress with Pieter-Dirk Uys
Mar 30 @ 19:00

Never too Naked


Bambi never too naked‘NEVER TOO NAKED’ has Bambi sharing the experience of leaving South Africa in the late 1950s, finding freedom in the sex underworld of Vienna, marrying an aristocrat who turned out to be a Nazi. Her ‘Bedtime Stories’ reflect the uncomfortable comparisons of her new life with her old existence, leading to her escape from the marriage of horror to become one of Europe’s most famous grand horizontals. In this time of #MeToo, Bambi shows a rare celebration of her freedom to choose the world of sex and not be forced into it.

Ticket Price R135 p/p, includes supper (Vegetarian Pasta or Spaghetti Bolognaise) and a glass of wine

 

Mar
31
Sun
2019
Tannie Evita Praat Kaktus
Mar 31 @ 14:00

Evita Praat Kaktus

Tannie Evita Praat Kaktus

Our history as it should have been

A revisionist look at the history of white South Africa, from the arrival in 1652 of the Cactus of Separate Development on the Drommedaris, through the Great Trek, Blood River, the 1948 Election and the arrival of the National Party and official apartheid, through the birth of democracy and the reality of today. Tannie Evita, in English, takes you on a journey, a hilarious roller‑coaster ride to freedom of expression.