Durban International Film Festival. Picture: Supplied

Durban International Film Festival

Hosted a venues around the city but princiaplly at The Playhouse, Ster Kinekor Gateway and Musgrave, The Bat Centre and KZNSA, the festival boasts a special focus on women in film. For the full programme and times, see 

Venues: The Playhouse, Ster Kinekor Gateway and Musgrave, The Bat Centre and KZNSA.

Date: 12 July 2017 – 23 July 2017

Rhumbelow Tina's: Welcome to The Botox Party!

Welcome to The Botox Party! as cabaret artist Tonya Koenderman  embarks on a journey of physical and mental rejuvenation.

Venue: Rhumbelow Theatre

Dates: 15 July 2017 

Tickets: R150, available at Computicket

artSpace: Sea level

There is something very seductive about holding an exquisite, small work of fine art in the palm of one’s hand and being into that minute jewel-hued space.Sea Level will explore this...

Venue: 3 Millar Road, Durban

Dates: 01 - 27 July 2017

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach 

Greg King of Kickstart directs and designs this magical re-imagining of the well-loved, deliciously quirky Roald Dahl children’s classic  about the young orphan, James, who has a remarkable adventure involving a giant peach and five eccentric giant insects.

Venue: Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre

Time: 14:30

Dates: 05 July - 23 July 2017

Price: R120 - R180, available at Computicket

INCHANGA CHOO CHOO: Catch a special “Christmas in July Carols by Candlelight

Train departs Kloof station at 4:30pm on July 15 and runs through the  Valley of a Thousand Hills to Inchanga, where there will be a craft market, museum, model railway display and picnic site. Refreshments on sale. Carols will be sung at the station. On the return journey, enjoy the rare experience of night travel by steam train.

Venue: Umgeni Steam Railway

Date: 15 July 2017

Time: 16:30

Price: R240

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