Save up to 54% on pizzas and entry to the Gary Thomas Show on 1 March 2012 or Johan Roos Show on 29 March 2012 at Dorpstraat Theatre
- Save up to 54% on two or four pizzas and entry to the show on the 1 or 29 March 2012
- Flatbread (pizza) choices include: Bacon, feta, rocket and honey glaze ; Tomato, mozzarella, fresh basil and balsamic glaze ; Chicken, avocado, pepperdew and feta
- Gary Thomas performs on 1 March
- Johan Roos of Mr Cat and the Jackal performs on 29 March 2012
- Intimate theatre with restaurant
- Talented musicians
- Ideal as a gift
- Valid for one day of performance only: either 1 March 2012 or 29 March 2012
- Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
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Music helps babies fall asleep, keeps jukeboxes in business and is essential for an above average performance of the chicken dance. Delight in musical mastery and delicious food with today’s Groupon: pizzas and entry to the Gary Thomas or Johan Roos Shows on the 1 or 29 March 2012 respectively, for two or four people at The Dorpstraat Theatre. Choose from the following:
- Pay R65 for two pizzas and entry to the Gary Thomas Show on 1 March 2012, valued at R130
- Pay R65 for two pizzas and entry to the Johan Roos Show on 29 March 2012, valued at R130
- Pay R119 for four pizzas and entry to the Gary Thomas Show on 1 March 2012, valued at R260
- Pay R119 for four pizzas and entry to the Johan Roos Show on 29 March 2012, valued at R260
Possibly the oldest restaurant theatre in South Africa, Dorpstraat Theatre is a place of magical happenings, offering the best in entertainment, food and evenings to remember. Set just outside of Stellenbosch between the vineyards and mountains of Summerhill Farm, the theatre is a charming escape from the city life in favour of a night of musical stylings and tasty food to quell hunger pangs. With Groupon in hand, along with delicious pizzas, Groupies also look forward to fentrance to see some of South Africa’s most talented musicians.
Choose from two lyrical geniuses; the smooth tunes of Johan Roos or the soulful Gary Thomas. Better known as the drummer of Mr Cat and the Jackal, Johan Roos is a man of many talents, including dropping some pleasant beats on his drums and fending off worries with lyrical mastery and his Neil Diamond or Leonard Cohen-esque manner. Said to be a man you must hear at least once in your lifetime, the show on the 29 March promises to be one to remember.
If you’re more inclined to listen to the tunes of a man who holds more soul than a sock with a hole, Gary Thomas will wow theatre-goers with his unconventional style. More talented with a guitar than a gymnast with a ribbon, his manipulation of guitar strings has been described as spell-binding and he is said to be a “a psychedelic one-man anti-folk jamming machine”(Cape Argus).
Both armed with technical and tuneful wizardry, regardless of the performance you choose, you’re in for a night of big fat musical treats.