South African multimedia artist, gender advocate and now 2019’s Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner for Visual Art, Gabrielle Goliath, brings her new work, This song is for… to Johannesburg.
FOR ONCE Double Bill: Seventy Sounds between You and Me and African Exodus at The Centre for the Less Good Idea. Seventy Sounds Between You and Me conceptualised by Kyla Smith and
The Centre for the Less Good Idea celebrates a third season with a rich festival of interdisciplinary work to be showcased over four days this April. The Centre
Singer, songwriter and author Amanda Palmer returns to South Africa for a two-date tour of Cape Town and Johannesburg in February. Singer, songwriter and New York Times bestselling
Cape Town Opera, in collaboration with Artscape, present Tsotsi, The Musical. Based on the novel by Athol Fugard, Tsotsi, the Musical tells the powerful story of a hardened township
One of the UK’s most popular a cappella vocal ensembles, The King’s Singers is set for a South African tour in February 2017 The King’s Singers’ South African tour, supported by
About: The Market Theatre, founded in Johannesburg in 1976 by Mannie Manim and the late Barney Simon, was constructed out of Johannesburg’s Indian Fruit Market – built in 1913. The
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
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
Guy Buttery collaborates with the Odeion String Quartet in Durban. The Guy Buttery and Odeion String Quartet collaboration concert took place on Monday, 3 October 2016 at the Elizabeth Sneddon
Vuyani Dance Theatre’s new production, Joys of Sharing, salutes the exquisite interplay between music and dance at the Lyric Theatre. Gregory Maqoma directs this production, set to explode on to the beautiful
Nelson Mandela – The Song Lives On is a Concord Nkabinde and David Klassen collaboration for a public concert at the Drostdy Teater. The collaboration displayed two South African creative artists
The Linder Auditorium came alive when the two SAMRO Overseas Scholarships winners were announced. Following a tense final round of live performances, saxophonist Linda Sikhakhane (Jazz music) and marimba player
Now in its third year, BassXchange UK/ZA is a search for talented up-and-coming UK music producers, exposing the winner to SA audiences through the Cape Town Electronic Music Festival (CTEMF).