We open the show with ‘The Voice’ finalists Yahto Kraft and Thembeka Mnguni, chatting about their role in the Born To Perform spectacular ‘SHINE’. The Broadway musical ‘Rock of Ages’ open up shortly and in studio we have Ryan Flynn and Jessica Driver. We also chat about the romantic thriller ‘Cupcakes & Commiserations’, and we close the show with the hottest restaurant in Cape Town and its Chef Wesley.More Info
Legendary singers/actors, Lois Du Plessis (Israel/New Breed Alive) and Neels Clasen (Mamma Mia, Tent, Annie) join us in studio to discuss Rock of Ages. Chef Ryan Cole chats about his phenomenal new restaurant, Salsify at the Roundhouse in Cape Town, Nicole Capper (Survivor SA/Mrs SA) chats about her new online magazine, we celebrate children’s theatre with Jaco van Rensburg, and Brandon and Natalie Eilers Le Riche (Strictly Come Dancing) talk about a great charity initiative.More Info
Stars of the broadway hit ‘Kinky Boots’, Stephan van Huyssteen and Catherine Isaacs are in studio with a great performance. Nicole Ross discusses an exciting new coffee collaboration. And ‘Born To Perform: SHINE’ director/producer Bryan Schimmel joins us with young performers showcasing their magic.More Info
The international cast of the smash hit STOMP joins us in studio with a phenomenal performance. He has captivated audiences with his world class mystification in studio… we also welcome Mo Magic. We chat the world of cruising and holidays with Cruises International, plus some singing and dancing from the cast of Burn The Floor.More Info
American actress Heather Massie joins us to discuss her new international production, ‘Hedy: The Life & Inventions of Hedy Lamarr’. Some of the cast of this year’s pantomime, ‘Jack & the Beanstalk’ sing their way through the show with some exceptional voices and music. Lesedi Job discusses directing ‘Dead Tinder Society’, Rabbie Serumula (top author and poet) gives us some of his great work, and we chat about the top food at ‘Peddlers on the Bend’ – a restaurant in Cape Town.More Info
Miss South Africa, Tamaryn Green opens the show as she hands over her title and crown this week to a new winner. Pieter-Dirk Uys chats about his new show, #HeTwo, a tribute to Evita Bezuidenhout. Ben Utecht (NFL Superbowl champion), Mark Masri (Grammy Award nominee) and Andre Venter (SA Multi-Platinum artist), join us in studio to chat about their new international pop group reBORN and sing a few amazing acapella songs. Comedian Dalin Oliver has us laughing, and Meghan Picerno (Christine in ‘The Phantom of the Opera’) inspires young musical theatre performers.More Info
International drag artist and comedian Bianca Del Rio joins us live from LA to discuss her South African tour. In studio, the cast of ‘The Dead Tinder Society’ – Sharon Spiegel-Wagner and Mpho Osei-Tutu – have us in fits of laughter and song. Hazel Feldman (Showtime Management) chats about the international production ‘Stomp’ coming to SA, Yebo-Gogo’s Michael de Pinna chat about a new variety charity show, and Larry Hodes opens his new restaurant, Voodoo Lilly.More Info
Nicole Capper (former Mrs South Africa) chats about SurvivorSA and the launch of Luxuria Lifestyle Magazine South Africa. Comedian Stuart Taylor discusses Big5 Comedy, Josh Ansley (VoiceSA) plays more wonderful music in studio, and the cast of ‘Aspoestertjie’ – Tiaan Rautenback and Marlee van der Merwe – share what it’s like to scare kids on stage as villains. We end the show with Chef Shimmu Sello from The Intercontinental Towers with his secret Springbok Shank recipe.More Info
PJ Powers opens the show with a tribute to the legendary Johnny Clegg. The cast of ‘Here’s To You – The Simon & Garfunkel Songbook’, Josh Ansley (The Voice SA), Ashleigh Butcher (Peppa Pig) and Daniel Geddes (Avenue Q) join us in studio with incredible live music and song. We chat to Nathan Ro in Cape Town about ‘Kinky Boots’, and we celebrate a taste of South India with Thava restaurant.
‘Not a Musical’ opens this week with the hilarious Marc Lottering. Renos Nicos Spanoudes joins us to discuss his political drama ‘Strangeland’ at the Market Theatre, and Josias Moleele chats about why bad things happen to good people with his new production ‘Jobe’. We review great restaurants, discuss the Tops Wine Show, and feature the Media24 Anthem Project.