Check out ‘LINE’ at The Little Theatre.


      LINE, a one-act comedy by Israel Horovitz, is the longest-running play in New York, now brought to Cape Town for the very first time by Sugar-daddy Theatre Co. Running from the 18th to the 28th of April 2012 at the Little Theatre, Orange Street; Age restriction 2-18; tickets are R80 for adults, R60 for students and pensioners, and are available through Computicket. This absurdist-style play centres on five people waiting in a queue, none of them seemingly know what they are waiting for, but all are desperate to get first place in line. The drama unravels as they squabble, trick, fight, and betray each other to get ahead. It is a character-driven play making a profound statement about society and human                  

Art Scene

Exhibition by ELINOR CARLETON-SMITH at The Cape Gallery

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Elinor studied painting at the Heatherly School of Art in London from 1965 to 1968. She has since exhibited with the Royal institute of Oil Painters at the Mall Galleries, Piccadilly, with the Royal Society of British Artists, the New English Art Club, the Chelsea Art Society, the Bath Contemporary Art Fair, and has had seven solo exhibitions in the United Kingdom. She has also participated in group exhibitions in France, namely: The Paris Salon, the Biennale Art 24, Perigueux and the Centre Culturel in Bergerac. For the past eleven years she has lived and painted in Cape Town. This is her third solo exhibition at The Cape Gallery. She paints whenever possible in front of the motif. In her words: "Recently I have been