Ash Searle, Linda Halliday, Vanessa Harris and her dad Steve Harris at the opening night of Exposed at Kalk Bay Theatre. Photo: Kalk Bay TheatreAre you ready to be exposed? No, sorry, see Exposed? Everyone’s favourite husband and wife performing duo, Ash Searle and Vanessa Harris, are burning up Kalk Bay Theatre with an hilarious expose of their performance industry experiences. It is all delivered with their trademark zest and passion for life. This is a highly professional company that writes and choreographs original and most importantly, commercially successful work! Follow Spot Productions, launched by Vanessa Harris and Ash Searle in 2008, represent everything that is right with the entertainment world in South Africa.


Their new show brings together their engaging comedic banter about the theatre; its superstitions, a cynical look at romantic songs with brilliantly choreographed dance numbers. They even included one number in which their own inner thoughts are recorded about how they feel during the performance! This local Kommetjie couple is worth supporting; their dance moves are explosive and highly sensual, they interact naturally with the audience and they can sing too!


This dynamic duo live and breathe the performing arts and actually began their opening night toasting the really fantastic Kalk Bay Theatre as one of their best performance venues in the world! And they seem to have performed all over the world.  They have graced the worlds’ stages in productions such as Chicago, We Will Rock You, Buddy Holly, Rocky Horror Show, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Peter Pan, African Footprint and many more.  They are also well known for their on screen appearances, Vanessa as the leading lady in the movie ‘Running Riot’ and Ash as one of SA’ top 3 favourites in ‘So You Think You Can Dance’.


Follow Spot Productions, the creators of the multi award-winning shows Big Boys Don’t Dance and Face The Music (SA’s original live music game show) are performing Exposed at the Kalk Bay Theatre from 3 – 20 April at 20:00.

For bookings and further information visit  Tickets for the show cost R100.00.

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Debi Hawkins