“Ek Missie Ses” with choreography by Allison Hendricks
Saturday, 30 April 2016 at 10:00 Sunday, 1 May 2016 at 21:00 Duration: 1 hour, no interval Venue: Artscape Theatre, Artscape Theatre Complex, DF Malan St, Foreshore Tickets: R110 Please Note: Row A & B is out for this production Booking: via Computicket
Ek Missie Ses, combining performing arts, through song, dance and poetry, remembering the times of the District Six era. This event is part of Suidoosterfees 2016.
Loit Sols se gedig “Ek Missie Ses” skep ’n prentjie van die lewe in die Distrik Ses-era. Terwyl daar beslis negatiewe ervaringe rondom die tyd is, was daar ook positiewe aspekte. Die produksie kombineer musiek, sang, dans, en ook poesie deur digters Sols en Diana Ferrus om die persoonlike ervaringe van individue gedurende die Distrik Ses-era te reflekteer. Hulle verhale word met ’n ligte aanraking vertel. In plaas daarvan om die negatiewe aspekte van Distrik Ses uit te lig, fokus die teater-stuk eerder op hoe mense geraak is deur hul eie ervaringe en hoe hulle vorentoe kyk, of vasgevang bly in die verlede.
Power Grid Corporation of India’s (PGCIL) Q3FY16 adjusted PAT of R15.7 billion was ahead of our/consensus R15.3/15 billion estimates. The company commissioned projects worth R170 billion (R110 billion estimate), while capex was steady at R45 billion during the quarter. Telecom and consultancy division’s EBIT at R1.1 billion was in line with expectations.
The sharp uptick in commissioning was due to the R95 billion worth Bishwanath Chariali HVDC Line getting operational in November 2015, which has been funded via 80:20 D/E to reduce tariffs and conserve equity for other projects. Rolling over to FY18E, we have revised our target price to R191 (R177 earlier). Maintain ‘buy’.
Standalone PAT came in at R16.1 billion, which included prior period income of R469 million. Commissioning was sharply higher at R172 billion (R268 billion YTD) including the R95 billion North East HVDC line. Margins across business lines reported slight uptick, leading to adjusted PAT being ahead of estimates. The company incurred capex of R45 billion during the quarter (R160 billion till date), in line with its FY16 target of R225 billion.
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Wednesday, 25 May 2016 at 19:30 Friday, 27 May 2016 at 15:00 Friday, 27 May 2016 at 19:30 Saturday, 28 May 2016 at 14:00 Saturday, 28 May 2016 at 19:30 Sunday, 29 May 2016 at 15:00 Duration: 2 hours including 20 minute interval Venue: Artscape Opera House, Artscape Theatre Complex, DF Malan St, Foreshore
Tickets: 25, 27 & 28 May @ 19h30 R160.00: Rows E to K and AA to BB R140.00: Rows C to D, L to O and CC to DD R120.00: Rows P to T and EE to FF R110.00: Rows U to Z and GG to HH
28 May @ 14h00 and 27 & 29 May @ 15h00 R150.00: Rows E to K and AA to BB R120.00: Rows C to D, L to O and CC to DD R110.00: Rows P to T and EE to FF R100.00: Rows U to Z and GG to HH
Please note: Row A & B are out for this event
Discounts: Available at Computicket Outlets, through our Call Centre (0861 915 8000), Website and Artscape Box office: Block Bookings of 10 or more: R10.00 off each ticket price Only available at Computicket and Artscape Box Office: Pensioners and Students (on presentation of valid ID / Student card): R70.00 Only available at Artscape Box Office: Friends of Cape Town City Ballet (Membership number required): R20.00 off each ticket price. Scholars (6 to 16 years ): R70.00
Booking: via Computicket
The Cape Town City Ballet brings back a perennial favourite in the ballet, Coppelia. Based on the well known story by E.T.A. Hoffmann, this is balletic entertainment at its very best. It incorporates romance, intrigue and deception, transporting the viewer to a world of folklore and witchcraft, with a happy ending. This ballet features both Mervyn Williams and Johnny Bovang in the role of the eccentric doll-maker, Dr Coppelius, while future stars of the CTCB portray the roles of Swanilda and Franz.