Emma Tollman’s Autonia.
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.
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In keeping with its mandate to support and develop South Africa’s arts, culture and heritage sector, The National Arts Council (NAC) has awarded 117 bursaries to arts students and tertiary institutions for 2016 through a fund allocation of over R5 million, a 10% increase from the last financial year. Continue reading →
Zoe Modiga. Photo: Suzy Bernstein
Levy Sekgapane. Photo: Suzy Bernstein
It was truly a night to remember when two new singing stars were crowned at Saturday’s SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition final in Johannesburg. Continue reading →
Students of the Department of Performing Arts (Vocal Art) at Tshwane University of Technology will perform Verdi’s Falstaff in the Breytenbach Theatre. The underlying theme of the opera is that in life, we are all fools and he who laughs last, laughs best. Continue reading →