Superb book review evenings at Joburg TheatreJoburg Theatre
Jenny Crwys-Williams invites you to five nights of brilliant one hour long conversations at The Fringe, Joburg Theatre, from October 2 to 6.
Scintillating book review evenings with exciting local authors and celebrity hosts!
The line-up includes:
Tuesday 2 October:
Eusebius McKaiser (A Bantu in my Bathroom) grilled by Karima Brown on race, sexuality, and other uncomfortable topics.
Wednesday 3 October:
Alan Knott-Craig, South African mobile entrepreneur and Gus Silber, writer and tweeter of genius, talk to internet entrepreneur of genius Stafford Masie about the lessons of the Mxit mega success – and so much more. MOBINOMICS – Mxit and Africa’s Mobile Revolution.
Thursday 4 October:
Self-styled super bitch Khanyi Mbau duels with glam Kelly Khumalo – and superstar radio jock, author, TV star and all, Anele Mdoda, is in charge for THE BATTLE OF THE DIVAS!
Three women, three books – but who will come out on top?
Khanyi Mbau (Bitch, Please! I'm Khanyi Mbau) vs Kelly Khumalo (The Kelly Khumalo Story) tell Anele Mdoda (It Feels Wrong to Laugh, But…) all!
The big question: can Anele control them?
Friday 5 October:
Superstars Jonathan Jansen (We Need To Talk and Letters to My Children) and Mamphela Ramphele (Conversations with my Sons and Daughters) talk South Africa, youth, education and how to inspire a generation.
Saturday 6 October:
50 Shades of Grey with Jenny Crwys-Williams, as she explores WHY 15 million women have bought this book. She’ll interview some of the big players in the game – a psychologist, sexologist, plus a Dominatrix will explain the pleasures and the pain of dominance and submission.
Both fun and informative.
Shows start at 8pm each evening. These run for just over an hour and the audience are then invited on stage to meet the authors and have their books signed.
IN CONVERSATION runs at The Fringe, Joburg Theatre, from October 2 to October 6.
All tickets are R120 and are available by visiting www.joburgtheatre.com or calling the theatre’s direct ticketing line on 0861 670 670.
Book now before the shows sell out!
011 877 6805
082 335 5721
Web site: http://www.joburgtheatre.com
Joburg Theatre Complex, Loveday Street Braamfontein Johannesburg Gauteng South Africa