V-Day 2020 Opens Tonight

3 nights only at the Raptor Room this Wed 19th, Thu 20th and next Wed 26th!Time: 8pm -9pm Sugar-daddy Theatre co. is back this February to proudly host ‘VDAY 2020’, with special permission by Eve Ensler & popular demand to bring back ‘The Vagina Monologues’!! Limited run for 3 nights only at the ‘Raptor Room’… Continue reading V-Day 2020 Opens Tonight

The Darker Side Of Happily Ever After: Blueberry Toast

The Sugar-daddy Theatre Company is back with their new play, ‘Blueberry Toast’ coming soon to Artscape Arena from the 15th to the 25th October 2019. Ever wonder what evil lurks in the heart of suburbia? Get ready for this revenge comedy by Yale graduate Mary Laws. ‘Blueberry Toast’ puts the “dys” in family dysfunction! On… Continue reading The Darker Side Of Happily Ever After: Blueberry Toast

VDAY To Celebrate Woman’s Day 2019

We back with VDAY to celebrate Women’s day, for Charity! So come join us for a 1 night only performance of Eve Ensler’s brilliant work: ‘A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant & A Prayer’ Friday 9th August, 8pm. The Foundry, Cardiff Street, De Waterkant/Greenpoint Inner City Ideas Cartel & The Sugar-daddy Theatre Co present an… Continue reading VDAY To Celebrate Woman’s Day 2019

VDay 2019, A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, & A Prayer

Here’s calling all theatre lovers.. women lovers, women themselves, lovers of life & those who love too much, give too much and go too far … you know who you are!! Come see VDAY this year & support women & girls in Cape Town! Sugar-daddy Theatre Co. & the Inner City Ideas Cartel are back… Continue reading VDay 2019, A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, & A Prayer

Thirst by Eugene O’Niell

Sugar-daddy Theatre co. presents, Thirst, by Eugene O’Neill. Transferred from the Cape Town fringe festival by invitation to the the Masque Theatre foyer for one performance only. Join us in celebration of this Nobel Prize Winner & great grandfather of all American playwrights. It’s somewhat ironic that this one act play (adaptation by Sugar-daddy) is set… Continue reading Thirst by Eugene O’Niell