Paola chellew's Blog – October 2016 Archive (5)

LAMENTO- an innovative production at the Market Theatre

What has happened in the past can shape the future; sometimes, forgiveness is a radical act.

 Umculo, in association with the Market Theatre and Windybrow Theatre, proudly presents LAMENTO, created by German-based South African tenor and director Kobie van Rensburg, at the Market Theatre, Newtown from 3 – 6 November, 2016. Two…


Added by paola chellew on October 27, 2016 at 18:55 — No Comments

Hot Gems for Summer

The best part about putting away your winter woolies and sorting out your spring wardrobe is finding the right accessories- and I have found two fabulous brands to inspire your inner fashion goddess.

As I am biased in all things Italian, I’ll start with EMOZIONI- an incredibly versatile range of jewellery, which though affordable, gives you the…


Added by paola chellew on October 17, 2016 at 13:41 — No Comments

It's Panto time! Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood

The legend of Robin Hood has become one of the most popular movie and TV stories of all time- and Janice Honeyman's brand new pantomime is coming to the Joburg Theatre from November 5th to December 30 2016.

The plot combines the babes-lost-in-the-forest story with the Robin Hood legend- Hansel and Gretel come to visit their uncle, the Sheriff of Nottingham, not…


Added by paola chellew on October 13, 2016 at 11:08 — No Comments

Time-Zero- new from Fabulous Filorga

Who doesn’t love a good serum that gives amazing results- and I have been testing the latest lovely from French anti-ageing experts Filorga- Time Zero Ultimate Multi-Correction Wrinkles Serum- the emphasis being on Multi- as we all love a great multi-tasking tool!

This serum promises to tackle no less than 4 different types of wrinkles (!) and what’s more, it’s based…


Added by paola chellew on October 10, 2016 at 10:58 — No Comments

A Scintillating Cinderella at Joburg Theatre

 Burnise Silvius and Jonathan Rodrigues- photo by Bill Zurich

Cinderella- 2 Acts

Choreography Iain MacDonald

Music- Johann Strauss (1825-1899)

Design- Andrew Botha

Lighting Design- Simon King

I was really excited to attend the Opening night of Joburg Ballet's season of Cinderella on Friday…


Added by paola chellew on October 3, 2016 at 9:31 — No Comments

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