In order to commemorate 400 years since William Shakespeare died, Factory Theatre Ensemble will perform an abridged version of his most loved play 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
The youth theatre's 8th show to date will be an exciting telling of one night in the woods when a little bit of magic causes a lot of trouble.
Renowned comedian, Marc Lottering, will be bringing his new show Hashtag Lottering! to Dubai this May.
Our lives are controlled by cellphones, by Instagram, by how people are pouting, how people look nothing like they do on their profiles when you meet them in real life. Because they have cheek-bones on Instagram and everyone’s just so beautiful and having the #BestLifeEverrrrr.
The Hashtag thing comes in, as Lottering is saying things about social media, and talking about its impact on life and everybody else’s.
But that’s one part of the show. Lottering has other stories that he weaves into the show, such as how we all Lurve whats app Group messages and how we can get ourselves in a fix by sending the wrong messages!
MARC LOTTERING has been in the funny business for over a decade, and is a household name in South Africa. He regularly plays to sold out houses, and has previously entertained ex pats in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and London.
This will be Marc’s third visit to Dubai.
You don’t want to miss Lottering on stage in this new show - he will have you in stitches!
The group Scenes & Skenes is an amateur theatre group, created in 2015 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The founder, Vicky Koumoutsou, is a professional actress and theatrologist, involved in a multitude of tv shows, theatrical performances and motion pictures in Greece. Her vision is the artistic expression, the contact and promotion of the Hellenic and global theatrical culture.
The Birds is a comedy by the Ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes which has been acclaimed by modern critics as a perfectly realized fantasy remarkable for its mimicry of birds.
Following a hugely successful outdoor theatre run, Vambo Entertainment’s ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ by William Shakespeare is back by popular demand and this time we’re in the Kilachand. Produced in honour of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, an all-male cast double up in roles to bring The Bard’s hilarious farce to life in a show that is best described as energetic, raucous and riotous fun for the whole family.
The plot follows the antics of larger-than-life Falstaff who tries to swindle money out of two prominent housewives in Windsor only to find himself being outwitted by them at every turn. Crafted to appeal to both seasoned Shakespeare audiences and to those who are new to The Bard’s work, Vambo Entertainment’s ‘Merry Wives’ is a salute to the frivolity and fun that made this play so popular more than four centuries ago.