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Show will take audiences ‘back in time’

The Dramatic Society of East London (Dramsoc) is going old school later this month when they host their new production, An Evening of Classics,...

Dramsoc to host karaoke contest

THE Dramatic Society of East London (Dramsoc) will be hosting a first-of-its-kind karaoke contest at the Alexander Playhouse next month. The contest forms part of...

Get in the mood with Valentine’s cabaret

THE Dramatic Society of East London's annual Valentine's cabaret is set to start on February 14 at the Alexander Playhouse and promises to transport...

‘Spectacular’ back by popular demand

Energetic production full of variety and talent AS REQUESTED by East London audiences and after a successful run last month, The Dramatic Society of East...

Selborne take centre stage

THE Selborne College Dramatic Society recently took part in the national ATKV Tienertoneel play competition in Port Elizabeth, winning the Eastern Cape title with...

One-woman cabaret treat

THE Dramatic Society of East London present the cabaret titled “Woman,n (wʊmən)” at the Alexander Playhouse today and tomorrow and the proceeds will go...

Popular ‘Back to the 80s’ showstopper to enthrall

IF YOU missed it the first time, you will be happy to know that Showstoppers – Back to the 80s will return for one...

China passes feared Hong Kong security law

China passed a sweeping national security law for Hong Kong on Tuesday, a historic move that critics and many western governments fear will smother...

Lockdown to prevent ‘hundreds of thousands’ of Covid-19 cases: Ramaphosa

  Only a drastic lockdown can prevent SA from having "hundreds of thousands" of Covid-19 cases within weeks. This was the dire warning from President Cyril...

Film celebrates the men who ended Bonnie & Clyde’s crime spree

In 1934, Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow died in a hail of bullets, signalling the dramatic end of two of the most...

Call to share memories of EL flood

On this day 48 years ago, East Londoners had no clue they were soon to be hit by a massive flood which left 12...

Evolution boffins buzzing over bee discovery

By Dave Chambers Scientists have discovered why a South African bee species grew extraordinarily long legs. Research at Stellenbosch University has found that oil-collecting Rediviva bees‚ first...