Coward and Cole with Godfrey Johnson and Roland Perold directed by Paul Griffiths
29th – 11:00; 30th – 21:00
1st July – 17:00; 2nd. July – 11:00; 3rd July 19:00; 4th July 19:00; 5th July 13:00; 6th July 15:00; 7th July 11:00
The Shadow of Brel, starring Godfrey Johnson and directed by Sanjin Muftic
28 June 13:00; 29 June 15:00; 30 June 17:00; 1 July 19:00; 3 July 17:00; 4 July 11:00; 5 July 15:00 & 19:00; 6 July 21:00; 7 July 15:00 & 17:00; 8 July 11:00
Stories of Crime and Passion, starring Godfrey Johnson and directed by Jonathan Keevy
28 June 19:00; 29 June 21:00; 30 June 13:00; 2 July 21:00; 4 July 13:00; 5 July 11:00; 6 July 19:00; 7 July 19:00; 8 July 15:00
See The Point Darling – An Exhibition and Auction.
The Framery, 67g Regent Road, Sea Point.
The Exhibition is currently on and features the artwork of some of our most loved actors, writers, choreographers, singers and directors.
Godfrey Johnson and Debbie Grewe have decided to collaborate and co curate a fun exhibition intended to help raise funds for the Darling Trust and the Sea Point High School Art department. We would like the See The Point Darling concept to continue for years to come. This is the first one and we are overwhelmed by the generosity of all the artists.
Debbie’s favorite quote, “We are all artists.”
The Exhibition has been extended until the 7th May. Please go and view the wonderful work, have fun and bid with Debbie at the gallery or directly with me at firstname.lastname@example.org
BIDS SO FAR
1. Rob Kirsner
2. Didi Moses – R500
3. Paul Griffiths – R500
4. Emile Minnie – R500
5. Godfrey Johnson
7. Karen Jeynes
8. Bronwyn Moore
9. Roland Perold – R1500
10. Tandi Buchan – R500
11. Lindsay Meyerowitz
12. Leon Kowarski – R500
13. Caely-Jo Levy – R500
14. Dries Botha – R500
15. Megan Furniss – R500
16. Barry Prince
17. Evita Bezuidenhout ( Pieter-Dirk Uys) – R3000
18. Charles Tertiens
Wednesday night was great – Jono organised a great bunch of people for a photoshoot for Stories of Crime and Passion. I’m really touched by the people who gave their time to help us out so generously.
Jono had me in the foreground looking moody and artistic while in the background his friends played characters from the songs I’m going to be performing. There were cowboys, showgirls, soldiers, punk waifs and summer loves. We had to shoot fast so a lot of credit to Jon Minster the photographer who whipped up the energy and kept everything on track.
The first draft of a poster image for the show
Godfrey looking Moody and Artistic
Big thanks to Jon Mister, Oskar Brown, Kate Reddick, Katrina Jordaan, Merryn Carver, Kim Kerfoot, Jason Potgieter, Darron Araujo, Juliet Jenkin and Carla Lever. Not mention the Yawazzi boys, Jono and Sanjin.
Once Jono has finished fooling around with the pictures I’ll post more.