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Wednesday, October 8, 2014


Bookings are going strong for the Westville Theatre Club’s production of The Ring which has received strong favourable response from audiences.

Don't expect the usual Musical Revue from this show, but something very different. It has music, aerial acts, magic acts, juggling, dancing, etc., but also an acted-out story line, and promises to provide a lot of entertainment for the whole family.

As an adopted young girl, Roxanne had a good but average life with her adoptive parents, never lacking in care and love. From a very young age she was infatuated by the magical mysteries of the Circus, and this infatuation was fuelled by her regular visits to the Big Top.

However, as life would have it and with destiny’s twisted sense of humour, Roxanne was driven out of her comfort zone and into a life of make-belief, through circumstances beyond her control. She found her purpose in the circus, but destiny still had a few tricks up its sleeve before the finale.

The Ring runs until October 11 at the Westville Civic Centre. Doors open at 19h00 with the show starting at 20h00. Tickets R85 pp. Bar available –bring your own food. Popcorn etc. will be on sale. Tables of 7, bookings on 082 997 0709 or visit

NB: This year the charity chosen to receive part of the profits is the Open Door Crisis Centre, and we hope to raise a lot of funds to assist them.