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From page to stage with Joburg Ballet

From page to stage with Joburg Ballet

The global success of the Marvel movie Black Panther placed Africa at the epicentre of contemporary popular culture. Keke Chele spoke to Joburg Ballet’s Senior Soloist Kitty Phetla, who was

Permission to fail

Permission to fail

Thirty years ago it was decided by Barney Simon and John Kani, the then managers of the world-renowned Market Theatre, that, as an extension of the company, it was important

Brett Bailey’s <i>Samson</i>

Brett Bailey’s Samson

Third World Bunfight’s newest production, Samson, is a sensuous, poetic and thought-provoking dance-music-theatre piece set in a dystopian contemporary context of political extremism, inequality, human displacement and violence. Creative Feel

Catching up with…

Catching up with…

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine Simply one of the best aspects of my job is to be able to interview someone I admire, someone
The power of silence in protests

The power of silence in protests

Artlooks & Artlines is a monthly column written by Ismail Mahomed, CEO of the Market Theatre Foundation. In an article in The Guardian on Friday 20 June 2014, theatre writer Jack Klaff wrote about

‘Salaam Stories’ by Ashraf Johaardien

‘Salaam Stories’ by Ashraf Johaardien

NZLEE Productions presents Ashalin Singh in Ashraf Johaardien’s award-winning play Salaam Stories directed by newcomer Niquita Hartley under the mentorship of Standard Bank Young Artist alumna and Naledi Award-winner Jade

Growing Old Disgracefully

Growing Old Disgracefully

Join international cabaret artist Tonya Koenderman and sassy saxophonist/pianist Connie Bentlage in their hilarious comedy cabaret, Growing Old Disgracefully – a light-hearted, frank look at the funny side of ageing

The Mousetrap

The Mousetrap

Agatha Christie’s best-loved murder whodunnit, The Mousetrap, a classic tale of mystery, drama and crime, returns to The Pieter Toerien Theatre at Montecasino from 24 January to 3 March 2019.

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