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Mango Groove Releases New Album

South African supergroup, Mango Groove releases their first new album in 7 years. Faces To The Sun is available on iTunes and has been in stores since 4 November 2016. The new album,

ACT Announces 2016 Award Winners

ACT Announces 2016 Award Winners

The 19th annual Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) Awards saw six industry stalwarts named Lifetime Achievement Award winners and five young creatives recognised for their talent in a Sophiatown themed

Third Hugh Masekela Heritage Festival Announced

Third Hugh Masekela Heritage Festival

Assupol and world-renowned flugelhornist, trumpeter, bandleader, composer, singer and defiant political voice, Hugh Masekela, host third  Heritage Festival. Saturday, 5 November 2016, at the Soweto Cricket Oval at Elkah Stadium

ACT Awards Revisit SA's Golden Era

ACT Awards Revisit SA’s Golden Era

The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) revisited the Golden Era epicentre of 1940s and 50s South African jazz and blues culture at their 19th annual ACT Awards. The Sophiatown-themed affair revisited

Vuyani Dancers at Joys of Sharing

Meet the Vuyani Dancers at Joys of Sharing

Meet the dancers from Vuyani Dance Theatre from Joys of Sharing, a sensational collaboration of music and dance on Gold Reef City’s Lyric Theatre stage.  The ten phenomenal dancers from the Vuyani Dance Theatre

Domestic Interiors Exhibition at Iziko

Domestic Interiors Exhibition at Iziko

The unique exhibition, Home Truths: Domestic Interiors from South African Collections, curated by Emeritus Professor Michael Godby, closes on 23 October 2016 at the Iziko South African National Gallery. This

Michael Williams Brings Carmen to Artscape

Michael Williams Brings Carmen to Artscape

Lovers of dance revel in rare flamenco performances in Michael Williams’ production of Carmen at the Artscape Theatre Carolyn Holden, one of South Africa’s most passionate and committed dance professionals, had

Photography as Art for Marijke Willems

Willems’ photography has become synonymous with the Vuyani brand, including the one featured on this month’s cover of Creative Feel. Marijke Willems finds that photography has never been a career choice for her, but rather

Matriculants

Matriculants Receive a Jumpstart from ACT

Johannesburg’s iconic Market Theatre was abuzz both on and off the stage when performing arts matriculants were granted Scholarships to pursue their dreams at tertiary level. Six triple-threat matriculants acted, danced

Ballet

Johannesburg Youth Ballet Honours Founder Audrey King

To celebrate the 40th anniversary, the Johannesburg Youth Ballet presented A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Other Ballets at the Mandela at Joburg Theatre The Johannesburg Youth Ballet reflect on the vision of its founder, Audrey King. Having marked a

Meet New Strauss & Co Executive Chairman

Meet New Strauss & Co Executive Chairman

Strauss & Co appointed Frank Kilbourn as its new executive chairman and added to its team of art specialists. Co-founder, Elisabeth Bradley, has retired as Chairman of the board, however, will remain a board

Joys of Sharing

Triple Shot of Star Power in Joys of Sharing

Diverse South African artistic spirits joined forces to create Joys of Sharing, an exuberant music and dance spectacle  directed and conceptualised by Gregory Maqoma As you experience Joys of Sharing, the dancers swoop

In the Presence of Absence Exhibition

In the Presence of Absence Exhibition

Absa Gallery exhibits contemporary visual artist, Mandy Johnston’s solo titled In the presence of absence. The exhibition, In the presence of absence, reflects the governance and negotiation of space while still highlighting current, basic

Gallery2 Presents 'Kindle' Exhibition

Gallery2 Presents ‘Kindle’ Exhibition

Gallery2 presents Kindle exhibition on Thursday, 6 October 2016. A collaborative exhibition between two phenomenal artists at Gallery2 titled Kindle. 35-year-old Paul Senyol was born and lives in Cape Town. He

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