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Tel: +27 21 809 7473/7380
Fax: +27 21 809 7565
theatre@oudelibertas.co.za

Box Office times
Weekdays: 09h00 – 16h00
Sat: 09h00 – 13h00
On any show day open from 16h00

In person
Buy tickets at the theatre box office on the day of the event.

Seating plan (click to enlarge)

seating

Parking for wheelchair patrons must be telephonically arranged at 021 809 7380. The theatre will have an allocated parking with a personalized name as indication of the parking, as close as possible to the ticket office.

The lawn area opens at 16h00 . Come early for the best spots.

Christmas schedule
Closed on 23-27 December
Reopen 28-31 December
Closed 1-3 January
Reopen 4 January

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BEETHOVEN TANGO With Zanta Hofmeyr (violin) and Charl du Plessis (piano)

03/02/2018
8:15 pm - 9:45 pm

Price: R190
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Beethoven Tango appeals to an inquisitive musical palate and combines the refined qualities of Hofmeyr’s classical technique with the improvisatory magic of contemporary piano. As the name suggests, Beethoven Tango is a unique musical journey joining the fire of tango rhythms and the sounds of world music, jazz and Beethoven, with hits like An Englishman in New York, Fragile, Libertango, Fields of Gold and Errol Garner’s Misty amongst others. Look forward to a unique stylistic interpretation of well-known works, utilising the energy of fresh, new arrangements by Du Plessis. The first collaboration of Hofmeyr and Steinway Artist Du Plessis was in 2011, culminating in nation-wide tours and a critically acclaimed album, Beethoven Tango. As established violinist and graduate of the Julliard School of Music, Hofmeyr has recorded five CD’s and has a rose named after her. Du Plessis was the first pianist to perform on Table Mountain and has released eight albums.

Beethoven Tango spreek tot die ondersoekende musikale palet en kombineer die verfynde kwaliteit van Hofmeyr se klassieke tegniek, met die improvisasie toorkrag van kontemporêre klavier. Beethoven Tango is ’n unieke musikale reis wat die vuur van tango-ritmes met wêreldmusiek, jazz en Beethoven byeenbring met treffers soos onder andere An Englishman in New York, Fragile, Libertango, Fields of Gold en Errol Garner se Misty. Sien uit na ’n unieke stilistiese interpretasie van welbekende werke, met vars nuwe energie van Du Plessis se verwerkings. Die eerste samewerking van Hofmeyr en Steinway-kunstenaar Du Plessis, was in 2011 en het uitgeloop in landswye toere en ’n hoogsaangeskrewe album, Beethoven Tango. Hofmeyr, ’n gevestigde violis en graduandi van die Julliard School of Music, het reeds vyf CD’s vrygestel en daar is ’n roos na haar vernoem. Du Plessis was die eerste pianis wat op Tafelberg opgetree het en het reeds agt CD’s vrygestel.

 


Rosanthorn Cello Trio with guest artists Zami Mdingi & Lize Mynardt

04/02/2018
6:15 pm - 8:30 pm

Price: R180-R200
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Join 3 cellists in celebrating this beautiful instrument in a concert that presents the cello in a groundbreaking new context. Featuring both traditional Classical cello’s and their striking Red Electric Cello’s (with loop station thrown in), audiences will enjoy the introspection and ebullience of original works and reinterpretations of, amongst others, Vivaldi’s Double Concerto in G Minor, Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, and Imogen Heap’s Hide and Seek.

Dorette Roos (Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra), Carol Thorns (SAMA Nominee) and Anjulie Nock (Composer) will be joined on stage with the Idols Top 100 singer Zami Mdingi and producer Helmut Meijer.

Join 3 cellists in celebrating this beautiful instrument in a concert that presents the cello in a groundbreaking new context. Featuring both traditional Classical cello’s and their striking Red Electric Cello’s (with loop station thrown in), audiences will enjoy the introspection and ebullience of original works and reinterpretations of, amongst others, Vivaldi’s Double Concerto in G Minor, Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, and Imogen Heap’s Hide and Seek.

Dorette Roos (Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra), Carol Thorns (SAMA Nominee) and Anjulie Nock (Composer) will be joined on stage with the Idols Top 100 singer Zami Mdingi and producer Helmut Meijer.

 


Nataniel: Reign or Shine

07/02/2018
8:15 pm - 9:45 pm

Price: R220
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A festive offering by Nataniël, this show is the perfect event with which to say farewell to a heavy year and welcome what will hopefully be a time of progress and greater peace of mind.

Inspired by the 1946 song, COME RAIN OR COME SHINE, Nataniël celebrates resilience and performs music by some of the world’s greatest singers, all of whom were famous and beloved in their lifetime, but due to segregation and small-mindedness, were only allowed to enters their theatres through the service entrances. Discriminated against throughout their careers, they have become immortal and inspirational, the real leaders for generations of thinkers and lovers of life.

REIGN OR SHINE also features stories in Afrikaans and English, is light hearted, stubborn and fantastical, written and performed by a proud anti-politics stage artist. He is joined by Charl du Plessis (piano), Juan Oosthuizen, (guitar), Werner Spies (bass) and Peter Auret (drums).

Costumes by Floris Louw.

 


Nataniel: Reign or Shine

08/02/2018
8:15 pm - 9:45 pm

Price: R220
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A festive offering by Nataniël, this show is the perfect event with which to say farewell to a heavy year and welcome what will hopefully be a time of progress and greater peace of mind.

Inspired by the 1946 song, COME RAIN OR COME SHINE, Nataniël celebrates resilience and performs music by some of the world’s greatest singers, all of whom were famous and beloved in their lifetime, but due to segregation and small-mindedness, were only allowed to enters their theatres through the service entrances. Discriminated against throughout their careers, they have become immortal and inspirational, the real leaders for generations of thinkers and lovers of life.

REIGN OR SHINE also features stories in Afrikaans and English, is light hearted, stubborn and fantastical, written and performed by a proud anti-politics stage artist. He is joined by Charl du Plessis (piano), Juan Oosthuizen, (guitar), Werner Spies (bass) and Peter Auret (drums).

Costumes by Floris Louw.

 


Nataniel: Reign or Shine

09/02/2018
8:15 pm - 9:45 pm

Price: R220
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A festive offering by Nataniël, this show is the perfect event with which to say farewell to a heavy year and welcome what will hopefully be a time of progress and greater peace of mind.

Inspired by the 1946 song, COME RAIN OR COME SHINE, Nataniël celebrates resilience and performs music by some of the world’s greatest singers, all of whom were famous and beloved in their lifetime, but due to segregation and small-mindedness, were only allowed to enters their theatres through the service entrances. Discriminated against throughout their careers, they have become immortal and inspirational, the real leaders for generations of thinkers and lovers of life.

REIGN OR SHINE also features stories in Afrikaans and English, is light hearted, stubborn and fantastical, written and performed by a proud anti-politics stage artist. He is joined by Charl du Plessis (piano), Juan Oosthuizen, (guitar), Werner Spies (bass) and Peter Auret (drums).

Costumes by Floris Louw.

 


Nataniel: Reign or Shine

10/02/2018
8:15 pm - 9:45 pm

Price: R220
Book

A festive offering by Nataniël, this show is the perfect event with which to say farewell to a heavy year and welcome what will hopefully be a time of progress and greater peace of mind.

Inspired by the 1946 song, COME RAIN OR COME SHINE, Nataniël celebrates resilience and performs music by some of the world’s greatest singers, all of whom were famous and beloved in their lifetime, but due to segregation and small-mindedness, were only allowed to enters their theatres through the service entrances. Discriminated against throughout their careers, they have become immortal and inspirational, the real leaders for generations of thinkers and lovers of life.

REIGN OR SHINE also features stories in Afrikaans and English, is light hearted, stubborn and fantastical, written and performed by a proud anti-politics stage artist. He is joined by Charl du Plessis (piano), Juan Oosthuizen, (guitar), Werner Spies (bass) and Peter Auret (drums).

Costumes by Floris Louw.

 


Big Band Blast with Ian Smith

11/02/2018
6:15 pm - 7:45 pm

Price: R180-R200
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This concert reflects the versatility of the big band by taking you on a musical roller coaster ride through different era’s depicting the development and evolving styles from early swing to today’s funk and pop with everything in between.
The dynamic impact of the standard big band format is generated by 4 trumpets, 4 trombones ,5 saxes and rhythm section . The Ian Smith Big Band is made of the most advanced musicians from the Delft Big Band combined with some of SA’s finest pro musicians . The result is explosive.

Although renowned for the classic instrumentals from the likes of Glen Miller ,Benny Goodman ,Count Basie and Duke Ellington to mention a few it is clear that the vocal icons of yesteryear and today from Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Darin through to Michael Buble’ ,Robbie Williams and Phil Collins, must also be given credit for the continued tradition of the big band.

You will be treated to songs and arrangements of a few exciting Latin American and Afro Cuban pieces featuring our virtuostic trumpet section, as well as some Miriam Makeba and Nina Simone from our irrepressible young lady of song-bird Adelia Douw .

Ian Smith may well give us some Sinatra and even pick up his trumpet.

Diese Band wurde ins Ausland, dismal nach Europa eingeladen. In Schweden, England, Frankreich wurde wie verrückt geklatscht und Encoré gejubelt! Dieses Konzert ist Zeugnis vom Oude Libertas Theater für die Unterstützung der jungen und aufstrebende Jazzmusikanten aus Delft. Ian Smith dirigiert und spielt selber Trompete. Die Solistin ist ausgezeignet ! Dieses Konzert darf nicht verpaβt werden!

 

 


A Night of love and magic with Team Zoid – Thembeka Mnguni & Samantha Leonard

14/02/2018
8:15 pm - 9:15 pm

Price: R200
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Karen Zoid presents – under her musical mentorship – from her team on The Voice SA Thembeka Mnguni and Samantha Leonard team up and take centre stage for this spine chilling and entertaining production. Together Thembeka and Samantha show off their talents and ability to sing anything with absolute ease. Accompanied on piano and singing from Alicia Key’s Falling to Edith Piaf’s No Regrets and Sam Smith’s Stay with me. Celebrate Valentines under the stars and let these breathtaking voices drift you away.

Karen Zoid bied – onder haar musikale mentorskap – vanaf haar span op The Voice SA Thembeka Mnguni en Samantha Leonard span saam en neem die kollig vir hierdie hoendervleis en vermaaklike produksie. Saam wys Thembeka en Samantha hul talente en vermoë om alle genres met absolute gemak te kan sing. Begelei op klavier sing hulle van Alicia Key se Falling tot Edith Piaf se No Regrets en Sam Smith se Stay with me. Vier Valentyns onder die sterre en laat hierdie asemrowende stemme jou wegdryf.

 


Swinging Sixties…Celebrate the Sixties!

16/02/2018
8:15 pm - 9:45 pm

Price: R220
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Relive the fabulous, swinging sounds of the sixties in this fast-moving show! Join award-winning singers and TV presenters Lynelle and Tiro for a memory filled night! Having established herself in the world of opera and later in musical theatre, Lynelle Kenned is making her mark on the wider SA entertainment industry. Well-known as the singer from Namibia, Tiro sings in many languages. Lynelle and Tiro will be accompanied by renowned musical director Melissa van der Spuy and a three piece-band.

Bekannte, beliebte und mitreiβende Melodien aus der 60ziger Zeit.  Das Publikum wird eingeladen mit zu tanzen und singen zur Musiek wie Can’t Help Falling in Love, Dream a Little Dream, California Dreamin, Twist and Shout und viel mehr.

 


Mandolino Napoletano – Alon Sariel ensemble

17/02/2018
8:15 pm - 9:45 pm

Price: R200
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A romantic programme of famous Neapolitan Café songs performed on the mandolin

Alon Sariel is a world famous classical Israeli mandolin player.
He was discovered by Willem Vogel and invited to South Africa to conduct and perform as soloist with the Gauteng Philharmonic Orchestra for the past two years.

Mandolino Napoletano is a charming and hugely accessible concert where Sariel is joined by a Salon Ensemble comprising piano, cello and accordion. The music comprises a delectable selection of songs arranged for the mandolin and ensemble, including Catari, Torna Surriento, Parlami d’amore, Vieni sul mar, Santa Lucia, O sole mio and even some popular operatic melodies by Verdi, Donizetti and Rossini.
This programme was conceptualized by Willem Vogel of Salon Music, who also made the musical arrangements. After staging hugely succesful Salon concerts in SA for 24 years, Willem was also
responsible for 34 recordings of typical Salon Music.

Alon Sariel’s airfare was sponsored courtesy of
Tararam – Israeli Embassy in South Africa.

 


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