The Crucifixion of Amagqwirha.
Enjoy diverse theatre for everyone at Wits Theatre’s 969 Festival, which runs from July 14 to 30 and features some of the best of Grahamstown for the ultimate mid-winter event.
The drama line-up includes works which have featured on both the Main and fringe stages at the 2017 National Arts Festival. Continue reading
The Hexagon Theatre at the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Pietermaritzburg campus is hosting the 40thanniversary production of Mike Van Graan’s Green Man Flashing at 7pm until Thursday, February 16. Continue reading
Pieter-Dirk Uys will be performing at the Hilton Arts Festival.
If you want your funnybone well and truly tickled then make sure you head to the Hulton Arts Festival at Hilton College from September 16 to 18. Continue reading
Atwanda Kani (left) and Mncedisi Shabangu star in ‘Sizwe Banzi is Dead’ at this year’s Hilton Arts Festival. See the full story below.
ACTORS, dancers, musicians and artists from across the country will be heading to Hilton College from September 16 to 18 for the 24th the Hilton Arts Festival. Continue reading
Johnnie Campher in Politrix Kurup
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
Think!Fest – a series of panel discussions on topics ranging from the #fallist movement and the plight of refugees in migration to decriminalising marijuana and decolonising the arts – promises additional brain food for Festival-goers. Photo: Elsabe van Tonder
A fascinating festival for your brain awaits at the National Arts Festival Think!Fest in Grahamstown from June 30 to July 8. Continue reading
Greg Homann. Photo: Timmy Henny
TWIST Theatre Development Projects is hosting a series of free interactive “In Conversation With” sessions in KwaZulu-Natal to launch The Methuen Drama Guide to Contemporary South African Theatre – a definitive book which looks at the history, status and context of South African contemporary theatre – written by Greg Homann. Continue reading