WESTVILLE-based band, Connecting Stars, will be performing at the Music at the Shed event at Meadows Tea Garden in Inanda Road, Hillcrest on May 27. Continue reading
THE second annual Zakifo Musik Festival, Durban features one of the most eclectic, multi-genre music line-ups ever gathered together in one festival programme.
Music-makers from France, Reunion, Mozambique, the United States, Mali, Ghana, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and South Africa will be performing at he old Natal Command opposite Battery Beach, May 27 and 28. Continue reading
THE Durban Gospel Choir, a 20-piece vocal ensemble who are committed to uniting and uplifting through music, are releasing their debut single, Freedom for Africa, and will make the track available for free download on May 25 in honour of Africa Day. Continue reading
SIXTEEN-year old vocal talent, Kianja, from the United Kinggom will be performing at The Still Sessions at Distillery031, 1st Floor The Foundry, 43 Station Drive, Durban at 6 pm on Wednesday, May 25. Continue reading
TITI Luzipo will be performing at The Orbit, 81 De Korte Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, as part of her national tour of Songs My Mother Taught Me, a celebration and remembrance of the songs she learnt from her mother, Vuyelwa Qwesha, from 8.30 pm on Wednesday, May 25. Continue reading
AS the Detours Festival celebrates its fifth birthday, the organisers are taking a moment to reflect on the last four years, the founding ethos of the festival and its growth as an experimental fringe platform.
The festival is produced by Wits Theatre for Wits School of Art, Division of Theatre and Performance. It will be held in the Wits Downstairs Theatre at 6 pm on May 26, 27 and 28 and 3 pm on May 29.
FILMCLUB in Pietermaritzburg will be screening, Three Colours: Red, the final film in Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Trilogy at the Tatham Art Gallery at 7 pm on Tuesday, May 24. Continue reading
On Friday, May 20, the Gcinamasiko Arts and Heritage Trust – in partnership with the Turquoise Harmony Institute and JT Communication Solutions – bring the inspirational Spirit of Light event to the Radisson Hotel in Sandton. Continue reading
THE Schlesinger Theatre at Michaelhouse in Balgowan is hosting a performance of the superb one-woman play, A Girl Called Owl, at 7.30 pm on Friday, May 20.
The play, which stars Briony Horwitz (The Wild, Strike Back), forms part of the school’s gender-themed season, and explores issues of teenage identity and sexuality. Continue reading
AT the request of numerous applicants, the deadline for applications for the SAMRO Foundation Overseas Competition has been extended to Friday, May 27. Continue reading