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Mr Bridgett's Diary
Mr Bridgett is a very busy and very important man. He is often stalked. And most of the time he craves for chocolate cake and a little privacy.
For obvious reasons, we cannot divulge exactly where he will be at any specific time... unless public knowledge of his whereabouts will serve his nett monetary value.
So on these pages we will tell you where you can get to see Mr Bridgett... even if its only on television...
Rough or Smooth
This 13 part series is an adventurous and sophisticated new take on the Travel, Lifestyle and Food genre, exploring Southern Africa in a way that’s never been done before.
Terence, together with friend and colleague, Paul du Toit, have recently launched their production company, Fanagalo Films, with this exciting television project. Produced in both English and Afrikaans (titled Rof of Spog), this series was aired on SABC2, Mzanzi Magic, ANN7, and is still screened by SAA as inflight entertainment on some routes.
All Soaped Up... between fact, foam and fiction
In this, Terence's… erm… virgin venture into the world of the one man show, Terence takes a frank, revealing behind-the-scenes look at life as a ‘Soap Star’ and the thin, often blurred, always gilded line between fact, fantasy, foam, fluff, fame and fiction.
The show is directed by acclaimed Cape Town born actor and director, Kurt Wustmann, and tickling the ivories is renowned musical director, Coenraad Rall, keeping an eye on the smorgasbord of songs exploring everything: From leaving limo’s to losing your lithium... from mobs in Meyerton to media madness. And of course, lest we forget, a deep and meaningful reading from the Gospel according to Glamour…
The production (thanks to modern technology) also features guest appearances by Ilse Klink, Kim Cloete and Karin van der Laag.
Awarded 8 stars out of 10 by Jozi's The Citizen, the show was said to have a 'wickedly funny script' and Bridgett's performance was reportedly 'versatile, poignant and luminous'.
All Soaped Up... between fact, foam and fiction enjoyed successful seasons in Johannesburg and Durban, as well as at Die Burger Suidoosterfees in Cape Town and the Gariep Arts Festival in Kimberley. The production can still be booked for performances country-wide.