In our April issue, we catch up with Sir Antony Sher and explore the history of Cape Town-based Fugard Theatre. 2019 marks 25 years since the first democratic elections in South Africa and we explore South Africa’s special heritage by looking at our nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Jack Ginsberg Centre for Book Arts is now open, Thabo Seshoka talks about bringing ‘Africanacity’ to the Absa Gallery and Norval Foundation hosts Ibrahim Mahama’s latest exhibition. Keyes Art Mile is hosting Edoardo Villa’s work, artist Karen Stewart has come full circle on her creative journey, and local art collectors have wised up to the fact that photography is a worthwhile acquisition. We celebrate dance with Vuyani Dance Company’s #20years, Joburg Ballet’s ‘Snow White’ and the oldest contemporary dance company in the Cape, Jazzart. Want to read more about the sixth SAJE Jazz Festival or film producer Jan Harlan? Then get a copy of our April 2019 issue, out now!