What's going down in Grahamstown Part 2

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  1. Gavin Krastin's 'Omnomnom', feauturing him on the table, is about food rituals and how people use food to celebrate. It showcased at the Allan Webb Dinning Hall during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe M ...
  2. Gavin Krastin's 'Omnomnom', feauturing him on the table, is about food rituals and how people use food to celebrate. It showcased at the Allan Webb Dinning Hall during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe M ...
  3. Gavin Krastin's 'Omnomnom', feauturing him on the table, is about food rituals and how people use food to celebrate. It showcased at the Allan Webb Dinning Hall during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe M ...
  4. Gavin Krastin's 'Omnomnom', feauturing him on the table, is about food rituals and how people use food to celebrate. It showcased at the Allan Webb Dinning Hall during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe M ...
  5. Handspring Puppet Company's Joey the War Horse was a hit in Grahamstown when he visited the Drostdy Lawns at Rhodes University. Trailed by children and adults alike he walked and cantered around the lawns. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  6. Handspring Puppet Company's Joey the War Horse was a hit in Grahamstown when he visited the Drostdy Lawns at Rhodes University. Trailed by children and adults alike he walked and cantered around the lawns. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  7. Twins Husain and Hasan Essop's exhibition at the monument during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  8. A couple attends the Essop twins' photographic exhibition at the monument gallery during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  9. FESTIVAL HIT: Twins Husain and Hasan Essop next to one of their pictures during their photographic exhibition walkabout at the Settlers monument during the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchun ...
  10. Herbert's Dream play showcases at Drostyd Lawns during the Grahamstown arts festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  11. Herbert's Dream play showcases at Drostyd Lawns during the Grahamstown arts festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  12. A young entertainer at the monument during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year is the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  13. Twins Husain and Hasan Essop's exhibition is seen at the monument gallery during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  14. Herbert's Dream play showcases at Drostyd Lawns during the Grahamstown arts festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  15. Actors Lesedi Job and Phillip Tipo Tindisa play husband and wife John and Ruth in the 'Fishers of Hope' showcasing at Graeme College Theatre during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year is the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  16. Actors Phillip Tipa Tindisa and Philip Dikotla play brothers-in-law John and Niara in the 'Fishers of Hope' showcasing at Graeme College Theatre during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  17. Actress Lesedi Job plays the character of 'Ruth' in the 'Fishers of Hope' showcasing at Graeme College Theatre during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year is the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  18. Performance artist Donna Kukama buries a vile with Mary's blood at the monument during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
  19. Performance artist Donna Kukama sort out viles of blood in her consultation room at the monument during the Grahamstown Arts Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the festival. Picture: Bongiwe Mchunu
 

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