a.y.k introduces its first phase of Summer 2015! This collection is Japanese inspired, local unconventionality proudly bringing manufacturing to home-grown soil!
The a.y.k local collection is a native interpretation of the international franchise focusing mainly on a variation of choice and style while still offering the consumer eclectic elements of this Japanese inspired brand but with a local twist. This interpretation allows the style and fit to be tailored to the South African market while ensuring the affordability of the range. Prices range from R499 to R1299.
a.y.k local Summer 2015 is an eclectic, vibrant display of Asian influence with an offering that is authentic to the brand in a native way. It is a feminine display of chic yet trendy street designs allowing unique, one-of-a kind individual clothing.
a.y.k Summer 2015 is a “mash-up” of elegance and urban edge which kindles the inner fanaticism of city stylish, adventurous and unconventional women!
Get on down to 44 Stanley to visit a.y.k and get the summer looks you need.
It is a busy time for theatre, especially at Pieter Toerien's Montecasino Theatre and Studio where one can delight in the offerings on there at the moment. Apart from the obvious, returning by popular demand, "Rocky Horror Show" if you pop upstairs to The Studio you will be blown away by what you will encounter there.
Three, and I'll say it again, only three actors make up the cast of the play, "Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense", based on the works of PG Wodehouse. The names of those three talented souls are Jonathan Roxmouth, Graham Hopkins and Robert Fridjhon who work really very hard in this production which seems to be over in a heartbeat.
Multi award winning Roxmouth takes on the role of Bertie Wooster with tenacity and much aplomb, never leaving the stage for the entire two hours (how he keeps his place is anyone's guess...brilliant!).
Graham Hopkins delightfully takes the role of Jeeves, Wooster's right hand man with gusto managing to keep things together through the entire two hours whilst changing costume and character in between times, much to the mirth of the audience as he loses himself between colourful characters.
'Seppings' is played brilliantly by Robert Fridjhon who also manages to astonish with his characterisations throughout the story whilst somehow maintaining his composure whilst chopping and changing between said characters and literally wearing many hats.
The play is directed beautifully by the one and only Steven Stead with design by Greg King, who makes The Studio stage seems like the downstairs Main Theatre at times with the many and great set changes which had the audience gasping with glee.
If you miss these three, yes, only three actors are used in this show...you will sadly regret it for all time, so go, book for "Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense" now!
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