The Rhumbelow Theatre in Cunningham Road, off Bartle Road, Umbilo – in association with the AUC – is presenting Little Red Riding Hood, starring Marc Kay and Tess Tjasink, from June 28 to July 16. Continue reading
The Durban International Film Festival announced its award-winners at the closing ceremony of the festival’s 37th edition at the Playhouse on June 25, prior to the screening of the closing film, The Space in Between. Continue reading
Many of South Africa’s foremost performers, producers, directors and choreographers are returning to the stage where they were first noticed – the National Arts Festival’s Fringe – to take advantage of the opportunity to experiment with their craft and be part of the unmatched energy and camaraderie it generates. Continue reading
A fascinating festival for your brain awaits at the National Arts Festival Think!Fest in Grahamstown from June 30 to July 8. Continue reading
UJ Arts & Culture is geared up to present its usual heady mix of bold, provocative, contemporary and world-class performances at this year’s National Arts Festival (NAF) in Grahamstown. Continue reading
Three productions by featured artist Lara Foot will be staged at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown from June 30 to July 8. Continue reading
Cape Town Edge is proud to be returning to Princess Alice Hall for its 10th National Arts Festival and showcase fresh, innovative South African theatre! Continue reading
Bags are packed, performances have been rehearsed, and programmes have been set. Drama for Life is leaving the wintery smog of Johannesburg for the student town of Grahamstown – for 11 days, at least.
The National Arts Festival, the biggest annual celebration of the arts on the African continent, will be held in Grahamstown from June 30 to July 10, and Drama for Life – the University of the Witwatersrand’s arts centre for social transformation and healing – will be a huge part of it. Continue reading
The ASSITEJ Family Fare returns to National Arts Festival for the fifth consecutive year to bring to the festival unique, quality theatre for youth and young audiences.
With 20 productions under its umbrella this year, ASSITEJ SA has now more than doubled the number of shows on its bill since the first iteration of the venue in 2012 which had nine shows. Continue reading
Female identity and the way it’s generally represented and objectified, often through subtle if not direct sexualised subjugation, will be highlighted by a thought-provoking dance production, Looking/Seeing/Being/Disappearing… at this year’s National Arts Festival (NAF) in Grahamstown. Continue reading