Champ, an Artscape production from its eighth Spring Drama Season in 2012, continues its triumphal progress, with an invitation to the Fringe of the annual Edinburgh International Festival in August this year.
This quirky play is about a group of actors scraping the bottom of the barrel whilst working in a Shopping Mall dressed as oversized teddy bears to entertain small children - three guys, covered in hot, dirty fur suits, cute on the outside and disgruntled on the inside.
The Artscape Theatre Centre offers for the next three days an early bird special for all tickets to the Mike van Graan two dramas that kick off on 24 May 2015.
It offers R25 discount per ticket for all tickets booked by Friday 12 April 2013. Patrons will only pay R60 per ticket for the next three days.
The Mike van Graan double bill comprises of a brand new play, Rainbow Scars, as well as the highly acclaimed Brothers in Blood that played last year to packed houses. Rainbow Scars stars Terry Norton and Mbulelo Grootboom with David Dennis and Kurt Egelhof starring in Brothers in Blood.
Four Artscape stage productions have won category prizes at the 48th annual Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards ceremony that was hosted on Sunday 17 March at the Artscape Theatre.
A total of five Artscape presentations have been nominated in nine of in the 21 categories for the prestigious Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards.
The Artscape Resource Centre (ARC) has moved to first floor of the Artscape Theatre whilst construction on a bigger facility takes place on the ground floor.