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Kings & Queens of Comedy 


In medieval times, a jester was employed by a nobleman or monarch to entertain him and his guests. The heavyweights of South African comedy are by no means jesters, but they certainly do entertain… Catch the Kings & Queens of Comedy at the Sandton Convention Centre on Friday, 21 July for a show of hysterical proportions. Shining their comical armour and sharpening their witty swords for the night, the stellar line-up of comedy giants includes Joey Rasdien (MC), Khanyisa Bunu, Krijay Govender, Mark Banks, Mpho Popps, Muthu Murugan, Ndumiso Lindi, Rob van Vuuren, Tracey-Lee Oliver, Trevor Gumbi and Tumi Morake.

Don’t miss the Kings & Queens of Comedy, Friday 21 July 2017 at the Pavilion at the Sandton Convention Centre. The show is rated PG16 and starts at 20h00.
Tickets from R185 and are available through Computicket.

Rock-a-Baby at 44 Stanley


44 Stanley is the host of ‘South Africa’s most beautiful baby fair’ this July. For 5 days  the Rock-a-Baby fair will see products from over 30 different boutique South African brands specialising in children’s clothing, toys, homeware and accessories.

Find items from quirky toy makers Earrffchild, known for their whimsical felt animals, adorable South African baby clothing labels Rue de Lapinou , Whippety-yKuna Kids and Emmy & BelleAden + Anais and Kikki & Franki who make the most beautiful printed baby swaddles and blankets, art and craft suppliers Jaq Jaq Bird, and Healthy Home Box who specialise in selling natural, organic and ethically sourced baby goods, in particular sustainable, plastic-free baby bottles .

Browse the shelves while the kids play in the pop-up store’s play area or drop by for reading hour, mom-and-baby activities and fun workshops for kids. Grab coffee or lunch after the fair at one of the incredible spots 44 Stanley has to offer.

Fair ends on Sunday, 23 July 2017




Treat your teens to this heart-wrenching play about speaking and staying in love in the whirlwind Instagram and Snapchat era. Insta-Grammar is directed by Hamish Neill and is presented by Drama for Life Theatre Company in partnership with Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project.

Catch Insta-Grammar on Saturday 22 July at 3pm.

It takes place as part of the Wits Theatre’s 969 Festival, a selection of the best theatre, dance and music productions from the 2017 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown.

Tickets are available at or you can book online or through any Pick n Pay store.

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