2018 with Pieter-Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout at Evita se Perron

Pieter-Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout have a very busy 2018 ahead, making us laugh, sharing life and times with us and giving us cause to reflect.

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The events of the day help to shape each performance. Our politicians are a bountiful source of comedic inspiration for a performer who is always incisive and always topical.

  • Adapt or Fly
  • An Audience with Pieter-Dirk Eish
  • An Evening with Evita
  • Evita Bezuidenhout Xmas Tree
  • Evita’s Flower Show
  • Evita’s Freedom Day
  • Evita’s Heritage Day
  • Evita’s Human Rights
  • Evita’s Worker’s Day
  • Tannie Evita praat Kaktus
  • The Echo of a Noise
  • When in Doubt say Darling
  • X-mas in July

For a brief introduction to the shows >>

Evita nd Cyril


This is a short excerpt of a review of Pieter-Dirk Uys’ one man show ‘Echo of a Noise’ written by Robyn Sassen at https://robynsassenmyview.com/2017/04/08/uys-unpowdered/

PDU eflective“THE CHALLENGE OF conjuring freshness on stage is one not easily met. The challenge of conjuring freshness on stage, and making us laugh, and making us cry, and making us stand in awestruck ovation at the end, particularly after a lifetime of being on stage, is even tougher. Now at 71, self-styled veteran South African jester Pieter Dirk Uys does it again. His Echo of a Noise is a beautifully honed, all holds barred autobiography that ramps up his stage persona considerably: nary a heel nor a wig in sight.

This is Uys stripped bare, using only his words and his memories, his inimitable face and his sheer honesty…”


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2 thoughts on “2018 with Pieter-Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout at Evita se Perron

  • January 24, 2018 at 08:48
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    Thank you so much for sharing an extract of this review on your site! Just a thing, my surname’s Sassen, not Assen… I also wrote about the work for a Greek-based theatre journal called Critical Studies. I will send you the link. Warmest, Robyn Sassen.

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    • January 24, 2018 at 09:03
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      Thank you for making contact Robyn. I apologise for quoting your name incorrectly, I will change the text right now. Please feel free to send the link to Critical Studies, I would be delighted to include it. Best regards, Peter

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