Back on stage: The Drama Factory, Cape Town, presents Mark Haze and Johan Liebenberg, March 2021
|What: Mark Haze – Stripped Down Show Where: The Drama Factory When: March 5, 6, 7, 2021 Johan Liebenberg – Solitary Souls – March 26, 27, 2021Tickets: R140-R160 (the lower price is for seniors and students) Direct booking link: www.thedramafactory.co.za/show/Musiciz2101 Website: www.thedramafactory.co.za Address: 10 Comprop Sq, Henry Vos Close, Asla Business Park, Strand, Western Cape, South Africa|
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The Drama Factory, operated by Sue Diepeveen closed on December 13, 2020. Diepeveen usually shuts down over the festive season, when everyone is at the beach she but would have closed anyway, because of the surge in Covid in December 2020. With Covid rates stable, the decision was taken to re-open with singer/writer, Mark Haze who will be on stage, with Mark Haze – Stripped Down Show, at 7pm on Friday March 5 and Saturday 6 and at 4pm on Sunday March 7. That adds up to three shows – with 50 seats per performance – in line with lockdown level 3, amended regulations. The venue can hold 120 seats, so there is room for social/physical distancing.
This is the first time that Haze will be on at The Drama Factory. The multi-talented artist was a runner up in the 2011 edition of South African Idols and is an accomplished guitar player and vocalist. What can one expect from Stripped Down? He says that the show will build “from scratch with acoustic and electric guitar, drum machine and loop station.” The show will include some his fave covers from Rock ‘n Roll like and groups and artists that have influenced him, such as Bon Jovi’s, Dead or Alive, Guns ‘n Roses, Sweet Child of Mine, The Beatles’ Come Together, Pink Floyd’s, Brick in the Wall, Queen’s Somebody to Love and Haze’s own Top 10 hit single Good Riddance (Time of your Life).
After Mark Haze, Johan Liebenberg will be on at The Drama Factory with his show Solitary Souls – two performances- 7pm on Friday March 26 and Saturday March 27. He is clearly not going to be a solitary soul as there are only 12 tickets left for the performance on March 26. Under Covid level 3, amended, that means that he has sold 38 seats. Twelve more ticket sales and it is a full house. By the way, The Drama Factory runs its own online Box Office – payment by credit card. It works very well. Living in pandemic times, everything is subject to change but hopefully these shows will be able to go ahead. Masks essential and please be there in time for Covid temperature taking and checking in with mobile numbers.
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