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SA Mint

Celebrating our natural heritage

The South African Mint is one of many custodians and purveyors of South Africa’s heritage. The South African Mint has a long history in producing high-quality currency coins for South

King Kong

The Evolution of King Kong

Fifty-eight years after it was first staged in 1959, an ‘evolution’ of South Africa’s most significant, influential and iconic ‘all African jazz opera’, King Kong, will open at the Fugard

King Kong

Cast announced for King Kong

Over half a century since the original production, the Fugard Theatre’s forthcoming, brand new production of the legendary South African musical, King Kong, is now fully cast and rehearsals commenced

NAF

Traditional, innovative & experimental

It’s an exciting year for music on the Festival’s Main stages as Featured Artist, Neo Muyanga, leads the charge through a programme filled with tradition, innovation and experimentation. Another exciting

NAF

‘Curious, furious and poetic’

Bringing together different aesthetics, contexts and languages, the dance programme at this year’s National Arts Festival interrogates and celebrates questions of identity, culture, spirituality and sensuality. At the top of

NAF

Expect the unexpected

Versatile and exciting young theatre-makers and artists will break new ground and excavate forgotten histories this year in Grahamstown, premiering a number of new works, including a thought-provoking new play

NAF

Tartuffe is the story of…

… A wily opportunist, who affects sanctity and gains complete control over Orgon, a rich bourgeois who in his middle years has become a bigot and a prude. To the

Editor's Note

Tartuffe, unAfrican?

Lore Watterson is the Editor in Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine When Sylvaine Strike brought Moliere’s The Miser to The Market Theatre a few years ago I fell

Artlooks & Artlines

A little bit of history

Artlooks & Artlines is a monthly column written by Ismail Mahomed, CEO of the Market Theatre Foundation. I am often reminded that I have an obsession with historical anniversaries. It’s

Literary Landscapes

A Paradise Lost

Literary Landscapes is a monthly column by Indra Wussow, a writer, translator and director of the Sylt Foundation. The sea is calm, as if it has been ironed, and the

Business & Arts

A visceral experience

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Michelle Constant, CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA). A month or so ago, Ismail Mahomed and myself were offered places

Candice Berman Wishbone

Gorgeous food & interesting art

In an exciting new collaboration, Berman Contemporary and Wishbone Café & Bistro Bar will be holding food and painting pairings, bringing the textures and colours of artwork to life with

Naledi

An exciting year for musical theatre

The musical Annie came out tops at the annual Naledi Theatre Awards by garnering four awards, including Best Production of a Musical. Three other highly acclaimed productions, Scorched, Suddenly the

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Janni Younge’s “The Firebird”

A bird puppet for The Firebird under construction. This production of The Firebird, directed by Janni Younge and choreographed by Jay Pather, is a puppet and dance performance set to

SACO calculator

Calculated Output

The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) has just launched a ground-breaking and invaluable tool for South African event and festival organisers looking to quantify the economic impact of events –

NAF

Creative disruption at the NAF

Versatile and exciting young theatre makers and artists will break new ground and excavate forgotten histories this year in Grahamstown, premiering a number of new works. Featuring new works from

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