Never Too Naked
Pieter-Dirk Uys returns as Bambi Kellermann.
Please note: Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address on Sunday 15 March, we have decided to suspend operations at The Fugard Theatre with immediate effect, as of Monday 16 March 2020, until further notice due to the acceleration of the COVID-19 virus over the weekend. The health and well-being of our audiences, actors and The Fugard staff remain our foremost concern. All patrons will be contacted by The Fugard Theatre box office to arrange a full refund for seats booked. For any enquiries, please email [email protected]. Details around new dates and rescheduling of our suspended productions will be communicated through our website, social media and database in due course.
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Bambi Kellermann is Evita Bezuidenhout’s younger sister – and that’s where the family ties end. Whereas Tannie Evita is still the most famous white woman in South Africa, Bambi became a grand horizontal of the northern hemisphere and a super-stripper.
Never Too Naked is the name of her game and she will share some of her legendary bedtime stories. The little boeremeisie from Bethlehem in the Orange Free State found herself in Vienna in the late 1950s
and soon the sweet conservative religious virgin made way for the sophisticated, funny and powerful woman who could fight the world with irony, humour and experience. Her conversation is not for the weak-hearted – and as she says: “Bring your own condoms of prejudice and fear. You have been warned. Now lie back and enjoy it.”
“With the exceptional writing of Pieter-Dirk Uys, expect an intense and gripping Bambi cabaret.” Robyn Cohen
Please note: Access to The Studio Theatre is via two flights of stairs, if assistance is required kindly enquire at the box office.
Please note: Never Too Naked has an age restriction of 12 years.