Locke: Review

The story of Ivan Locke (Tom Hardy), dedicated family man, and successful, and hard working construction manager. His night begins at the end of a shift, and he receives a call that will set into motion a series of events that threaten this carefully cultivated existence. Hardy delivers a tour-de-force of emotion, thoughts, and as well… Continue reading Locke: Review

How To Train Your Dragon 2: Review

Based on the books by Cressida Cowell, and five years on since the young Viking Hiccup befriended the injured dragon, Toothless, we join the colourful characters once again for How To Train Your Dragon 2. With grown-up responsibilities looming, Hiccup and Toothless set off searching for answers, only to encounter a mysterious dragon rider, who… Continue reading How To Train Your Dragon 2: Review

22 Jump Street: Review

Previously, in 21 Jump Street, Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) were back in high school, true to the original television series. Now, in 22 Jump Street, they pair are in for big changes, as they go undercover in a local college. Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the local athletic team, while Schmidt… Continue reading 22 Jump Street: Review

Edge Of Tomorrow: Review

Major William Cage (Tom Cruise), an officer who has not seen a day of combat, is unceremoniously dropped into an impossible mission. Killed within minutes, Cage finds himself inexplicably thrown into a time loop, forcing him to live the same brutal combat over and over, fighting and dying, again and again. Edge Of Tomorrow is… Continue reading Edge Of Tomorrow: Review

Candid Confessions Fundraiser

An exclusive one-night performance of Candid Confessions at The Milnerton Playhouse on June 25 at 8pm is a fundraising event to secure funds for our staging of The Beauty of Incomplete Things at the Fringe at The Joburg Theatre in July. Candid Confessions IS NOT a re-staging of the World Premiere production of The Beauty… Continue reading Candid Confessions Fundraiser

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