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New South African film set to bring the best moves

Pop Lock ‘n Roll is a new local film about finding the strength to dance again despite life and its unexpected, heart-breaking curveballs. Set to open on 29 September, the cast is led by avid hip hop dancer and ‘Isidingo’ mainstay Maurice Paige, and singer-songwriter and actress Yasirah Bhelz. 

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Johannesburg North including Randburg, Sandton, Kempton Park, Roodepoort, Midrand, Edenvale, etc. 

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CURRENT REVIEWS

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Review: +Live+ Reunion Tour

“Insisting on playing all their instruments in real-time – in an era when most international bands are supremely reliant on computers and pre-programmed sequencing – ensured an impactful set.”

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Review: Evita The Musical

“A controversial figure in real life, the Eva Peron portrayed in Evita is not particularly likeable, but certainly she appears as a fascinating force of nature.”

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Review: Snow White The Ballet

“It’s almost impossible to believe that the elegant ballerinas of the opening and closing scenes are also the chubby, silly, slapstick Forest People.”

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VIDEO OF THE WEEK

Performing as Quite a White Ou, Craig Charnock hopes his hilarious homegrown songs will inspire people to learn the isiXhosa language.