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Manger to Cross

From Manger to Cross Musical

Easter Sunday is one of the most festive events among Christians worldwide. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from death as written in the Christian bible. “Manger to Cross” is a religious musical version of John Witty’s, whose scores edition was published between 1908 and 1922

Cape Town Opera

Tsotsi, The Musical

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 criminal whose life changes forever after a bungled mugging leaves him caring for a stranger’s

Playhouse

A Seussified Christmas Carol opens

Just in time for the December holidays, National Children’s Theatre presents a whimsical reinvention of Dickens‘ most beloved Christmas story. Peter Bloedel, the playwright, has reinvented the story in rhyming couplets that remind you of the wacky rhymes of Dr Seuss. It’s a glorious, colourful,

Memories and Empty Spaces

Memories and Empty Spaces

A new play that explores female identity and heritage. Award-winning actress and Champions of the Environment Ambassador, Terry Pheto, will open the new production. Memories and Empty Spaces explores the very real gender, cultural and heritage issues women in rural and urban areas are faced with.

Ukes and Kids launches in New York

The Ukes and Kids songwriting project gives kids in South Africa the opportunity to meet, collaborate, create, play music, write songs and learn from each other and a host of local and international volunteer performing artists, educators, and mentors. In 2014, the NAC and ICRD

Bag Factory

Professional Skills Sculpture Workshop

Think sculpture, think casting, think mould-making, then come and explore a three-day workshop on mould-making and casting techniques. The Bag Factory is thrilled to present a sculpture workshop facilitated by Levester Williams funded by the National Lotteries Commission. The workshop will emphasise hand skills, safe

Cradle of Creativity: a resounding success

The 19th ASSITEJ World Congress & Festival, Cradle of Creativity, has superseded the expectations of ASSITEJ SA, as well as ASSITEJ centres worldwide. The 19th ASSITEJ World Congress and International Theatre Festival for Children and Young People, the Cradle of Creativity, was made possible through

Unisa

Adjudicators Announced for Unisa National Voice Competition

Some of South Africa’s best voice teachers have confirmed their availability to serve on the panel of the Second Unisa National Voice Competition taking place this winter at Unisa in Pretoria. The competition will feature two categories: Jazz and Classical. The jazz vocalists will be

SAJE

5th SAJE Jazz Festival

The 5th SAJE Jazz Festival takes place from 28 to 30 April 2017 in Cape Town. International Jazz Day will be celebrated on Sunday 30 April and is the culmination of Jazz Appreciation Month (fondly known as JAM), which draws public attention to jazz and its extraordinary heritage

ACT presents master classes in the Eastern Cape

Eastern Cape organisations are invited to apply to participate in upcoming arts administration master classes. The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), in partnership with the National Lotteries Commission (NLC), invite arts organisations, and small and medium creative enterprises based in the Eastern Cape to participate

Requiem for the Living

A Lesson in Compassion with Requiem for the Living

The dramatic concert (oratorio) work written for a large instrumental ensemble, Requiem for the Living, premiering on Saturday 27 August. The first performance of Requiem for the Living will be at 8pm at the Linder Auditorium. While a second performance will be hosted at the ZK Matthews

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