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A great tongue in cheek humor on SA history portrayed beautifully among artwork and bric a brac. Indeed an interesting and very informative visit .. but mostly it does put a smile on your face! A must for any South African either to relive the...More
We didnt watch a show this time but enjoyed a walk around the museum and new art gallery section... The art is awesome and good for a laugh. Boerassic park is fun to have a look at and get some food pictures. Fun souvenirs available....More
This is a quaint attraction in the small town of Darling. The small historical styled museum is very interesting and has some wonderful items on display. The restaurant is nice although service did take a bit long. This is a must visit when in Darling.
We stopped off in Darling to visit the small theater & meseum made so well known by Pieter-Dirk Uys & his many "spoofs" & his South African political humor which many from overseas may not appreciate. But then many have heard of Tannie Evita Bezuidenhout....More
Popped in for lunch on our way up the west coast. We caught it on a slow day, so less people, thus easy to look around, but became sleepy quickly, opposite of what I expect from Pieter Dirk Uys. We are planning to catch a...More
What an interesting place! So many letters from former politicians, memorabilia etc. through which you can browse/stroll in the museum/nauseum. Everything is so bright and colourful, you must take your time in order not to miss something of interest. And we were fortunate to see...More
Considering that it is under two hours from Cape Town I can't believe it took me so long to get here. It is very easy to find with ample parking on a weekend. Although I didn't watch a show I enjoyed what the perron stands...More
What a blast from the past. This was my third visit to Evita se Perron and every one of them was a treat and a mind-bender. It is with such mixed emotions that one simultaneously loves and hates our heritage through the eyes of Pieter-Dirk...More