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Tune in to Saturday's Role With Reno: O Rolos Tou Savattou Me Ton Reno, Saturday mornings on The New Pan Hellenic Voice - Greek Community Radio 1422MW from 8am to 11am
Tune in to Saturday’s Role With Reno: O Rolos Tou Savattou Me Ton Reno, Saturday mornings on The New Pan Hellenic Voice – Greek Community Radio 1422MW from 8am to 11am

On Saturday morning’s edition of Saturday’s Role With Reno, host Renos Spanoudes interviewed Paul Slabolepszy about his play Suddenly the Storm currently showing at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square, as well as the creators of A Mobile Thriller about their new offering bRENT: A Mobile Thriller, theatre on the move from the Eldo Little Theatre in Centurion.


Suddenly The Storm:

Suddenly the Storm
Suddenly the Storm

Paul Slabolepszy’s new play set in contemporary South Africa poses the question of whether the wounds of the past can ever really be healed. The play is set in the present day in Joburg’s East Rand at the home of an ageing, former police officer and his much younger wife. Namhla Gumede a former exile from Soweto born on 16 June, 1976 arrives at their home seeking answers to questions that have remained buried for 40 years. What begins as a smouldering dark comedy turns suddenly into a roller-coaster ride of startling revelations, rage and recrimination. Suddenly the Storm runs at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square until 19 November 2016.

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Listen to Renos’ interview with Paul Slabolepszy here:


bRENT: A Mobile Thriller

bRENT A Mobile Thriller

(left to right) Herman Vorster, Renos Spanoudes, Vianney Farmer and Quintin Wils
(left to right) Herman Vorster, Renos Spanoudes, Vianney Farmer and Quintin Wils

From multi-award winning director & designer, Quintin Wils, comes his latest production in the extremely popular Mobile Thriller series. In bRENT – A Mobile Thriller audiences will literally be taken on a journey through the streets of Centurion where they will be confronted with characters who believe in conversion therapy for gay people. Get ready to be part of the sold-out award-winning phenomenon which has been described as “…the most thrilling immersive theatre production ever experienced in South Africa!” Not for sensitive viewers. bRENT: A Mobile Thriller runs at the Eldo Little Theatre in Centurion until 19 November 2016.

Listen to Renos’ interview with Quintin Wils, Vianney Farmer and Herman Vorster here:


Tune in to Role With Reno: O Rolos Tou Savattou Me Ton Reno, Saturday mornings on The New Pan Hellenic Voice – Greek Community Radio 1422MW from 8am to 11am

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