There were once The Three Tenors.
Lauren Dixon-Seager and Monde Mashiqa rehearsing Dutch choreographer Ed Wubbe's Schlager produced for South African Ballet Theatre by Esther Nasser.
Last July, Joburg opened the largest cable-stayed bridge in southern Africa - the Nelson Mandela Bridge.
Opera lovers of Gauteng frequently bemoan the scarcity with which their chosen art form appears on the creative calendar ...
The Brazilian film Carandiru opens with an aerial view of Säo Paolo, slowly closing in on the penitentiary that gives the film its name.
You may know Mzilikazi wa Afrika as an award-winning journalist.
Performing arts briefs, from the Star Tonight.
The devil is having a hell of a time.
Doulha Domingo's TV highlights.
It's flashback time this week as dancemakers and dance companies get serious about the past with a glimpse into the future, writes Adrienne Sichel.
When I was first informed that I would be required to watch and review a show by The Tuckshop Girls, my body, as if submerged ...
A year after a tragic fire, printmaking students and professional artists are flocking back to one of Newtown's greatest spaces, writes Tanya Farber.
Survivor - Pearl Island is the seventh Survivor season launched on South African television.
The women in Survivor.
An extraordinary cross-cultural play could expand your boundaries tonight at the Liberty Theatre on the Square.