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The Chavonne Battery Museum is the unlikely host space for a travelling exhibition of the works of Leonardo da Vinci.
WHEN Robin van Wyk became artistic director of the Cape Town City Ballet (CTB)in 2008, he asked: “You want me to create a ballet on what budget?” wi...
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The NAF’s Young Artist Award is made those who are either on the threshold of national acclaim, or who have made international breakthroughs.
The monthly Boogie Boutique hip hop parties have a special treat for heads this month. Cap-City-Rap-City’s own Flex Boogie will be the headlining act.
What’s happening at theatres in Cape Town.
The Baxter Dance Festival wound up at the weekend with invigorating works, writes Theresa Smith.
Musician, cabaret artist, director, actor, composer… there’s one significant omission from the list in the programme of Godfrey Johnson’s manifold talents: comedian.
Entering the theatre, it is hard not to notice performer Iman Isaacs, seated on the floor, meditating before a short Japanese sword.
Comedy takes over the Night of the Stars this year, Dance for All’s annual fundraiser.
It’s been quite a journey for Charl du Plessis, who is launching his latest CD/DVD, Pimp my Piano, with two concerts at Atterbury Theatre and another in Stellenbosch.
FINDING Andrew Buckland on Skype turned out a bit more difficult than initially anticipated. He is not the only one in Grahamstown. Turns out he is Andrew F (for Frederick).
Though currently presented as one half of a double bill alongside Full Stops on Your Face, this Afrikaans play, Tee, is more fully-formed.
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