BILLY SUTER is offering three sets of double tickets to attend the opening of the acclaimed new Pieter-Dirk Uys show at Durban’s Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on November 1. … More Win tickets to see Pieter-Dirk Uys
BILLY SUTER reports on the Darling Trust dinner and auction – and features a yummy butter chicken recipe from Durban-born celebrity chef, Jenny Morris, … More Jenny Morris’s butter chicken recipe
BILLY SUTER reviews the latest show by South African master satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys, who is back as Tannie Evita to look back at local history and offer anecdotes and new observations. … More Comedy with clout and cacti
BILLY SUTER has three double tickets to give away – for “Evita Bezuidenhout and the Kaktus of Seperation”, at Durban’s Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on November 1. … More Win tickets to see Evita!
BILLY SUTER reports that ace satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys, who turned 72 recently, is returning to Durban’s Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre soon – this time in wig, frock and make-up. … More Ace satirist back in a frock
BILLY SUTER reports on a stage drama that often moved him to tears – and which closes the 14th South African Women’s Arts Festival presented by Durban’s Playhouse Company. … More Month of theatre excellence
BILLY SUTER reviews “The Echo of a Noise”, the new solo show by master satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys – and labels it as the legendary South African’s finest work to date. … More Uys has never been better!
BILLY SUTER flips through scrapbooks from his 24 years as Arts Editor of The Mercury to revisit two 1998 shows – one by Greig Coetzee, the other by a 53-year-old Pieter-Dirk Uys. … More Scrapbook: Uys and Coetzee