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PLAYHOUSE’S SAWAF 2008 UPDATE
Updated programme of Playhouse Company’s 12th South African Women’s Arts Festival (article published 2008-07-30) - Read more

PLUSH
Popular band for St Anne’s Theatre Festival 2008. (article published 2008-07-30) - Read more

JUTRO
Fine drama piece for St Anne’s Theatre Festival 2008. (article published 2008-07-30) - Read more

ST ANNE’S THEATRE FESTIVAL 2008
Strong line-up for festival taking place from August 6 to 13. (article published 2008-07-30) - Read more

SA SCHOOLS FESTIVALS
ACT/RNE funding supports SA Schools Festivals. (article published 2008-07-30) - Read more

STEPPING OUT
St Anne’s Theatre Festival 2008 to host dance showstoppers. (article published 2008-07-30) - Read more

NEW GERMAN CINEMA AT DIFF
Excellent new films from this thriving filmmaking country at 29th Durban International Film Festival. (article published 2008-07-24) - Read more

WOMEN AT DIFF
Women to the fore at Durban International Film Festival 2008. (article published 2008-07-24) - Read more

DURBAN HERITAGE MONTH
Stand by for a marvellous line-up of events in September during Heritage Month. (article published 2008-07-20) - Read more

SA WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL 2008
Playhouse Company’s 12th South African Women’s Arts Festival to run from July 29 to August 16. (article published 2008-07-20) - Read more

WAVESCAPES SURF FILMS AT DIFF
Unique collection of surfing films to premiere in SA at the 2008 Wavescapes Surf Film Festival in Durban. (article published 2008-07-19) - Read more

WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Start planning for annual festival at Hilton College from September 12 to 14. (article published 2008-07-19) - Read more

CHATTER
Fast paced, racing comedy of errors with a ‘Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus’ feel. (Review by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-17) - Read more

EQUUS
Filmic quality to stage piece allows the story to be told in a unique fashion (Review by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-17) - Read more

SPITFIRE
Wake-up call in a highly entertaining manner as to the state of our country, minds and morals. (Review by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-17) - Read more

MUSIC FILMS AT DIFF
29th Durban International Film Festival includes special treats where music is centre screen. (article published 2008-07-15) - Read more

AUDIENCES SUPPORT THE 34th NAF
The National Arts Festival, Grahamstown produces pleasing results. (article published 2008-07-10) - Read more

BIKO: WHERE THE SOUL RESIDES
Exciting and dramatic play honouring his achievements but allowing us to know the man. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-6) - Read more

# UNTITLED
Disturbing but excellently presented journey dealing with fear from Young Artist Award Winner. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-6) - Read more

JAKOB
Endearing story uses wonder gizmos to produce magical lighting effects. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-6) - Read more

TEN BUSH
Dramatic and intensely visual tale of witchcraft and intrigue. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-6) - Read more

ISILILO SIKANANDI
Slow-moving but intense piece on King Shaka and queen Nandi builds up to warlike proportions. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-6) - Read more

I, CLAUDIA
One of the most beautiful pieces of theatre on the festival. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-6) - Read more

BAR FLIES
Brilliant piece of physical theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-5) - Read more

AUSTRALIA VS SOUTH AFRICA
Ellis Pearson and Bheki Mkhwane link up with Australian duo for highly amusing and innovative production. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-5) - Read more

AN AFRICAN CELEBRATION
Standard Bank celebrates 25 years of sponsorship with splendid concert featuring winners of Young Artist Awards. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-5) - Read more

FOR YOUR EARS ONLY
Brilliant “master-class” on radio theatre from Paul Slab. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-5) - Read more

ROMEO AND JULIET
2008 Standard Bank Young Artist for Dance, Dada Masilo, presents incredible dance piece! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-5) - Read more

STONE ANGEL
Compelling drama reaching across the span of over a century from Kobus Moolman. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-5) - Read more

NAF, GRAHAMSTOWN, JULY 4
Report from the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown: July 4 (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-5) - Read more

NAF, GRAHAMSTOWN, JULY 3
Report from the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown: July 3 (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-5) - Read more

THE MAGIC PAINTBRUSH
NAF: The story of a boy from the rural area who finds himself in the busy city and is given a Magic Paintbrush. (Review by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-4) - Read more

SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE PALACE
NAF: Effective DHS production (Review by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-4) - Read more

LIFE’S HARD WHEN YOU HAVE A VAGINA
NAF: DUT Student production directed by Shona Johnson. (Review by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-4) - Read more

GUMBO
NAF: A masterful piece of theatre with an intricate but completely believable script and performance. (Review by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-4) - Read more

CONQUERING THE FRINGE
Seminar given by Geraldine Naidoo and Matthew Ribnick at The National Arts Festival. (Report by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-4) - Read more

BAFANA REPUBLIC…EXTRA TIME
NAF: written by Mike van Graan, directed by Francois Toerien and performed by Rea Rangaka. (Review by Shika Budhoo) (article published 2008-07-4) - Read more

NAF, GRAHAMSTOWN, JULY 2
Report from the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown: July 2 (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-4) - Read more

NAF, GRAHAMSTOWN, JULY 1
Report from the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown: July 1 (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-3) - Read more

NAF FIGURES & TICKET SALES
At the halfway mark of the National Arts Festival, good reports of attendance figures and ticket sales. (article published 2008-07-2) - Read more

NAF, GRAHAMSTOWN, JUNE 30
Report from the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown: June 30 (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-2) - Read more

8TH ANNUAL UPRISING FESTIVAL
South Africa’s top independent urban music festival takes place at various venues from July 18 to 26. (article published 2008-07-2) - Read more

ONE WORLD FESTIVAL FOR DURBAN
Fourth annual One World Festival returns to Durban at end of July. (article published 2008-07-2) - Read more

NAF, GRAHAMSTOWN, JUNE 29
Report from the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown: June 29 (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

8TH ANNUAL UPRISING FESTIVAL
South Africa’s top independent urban music festival takes place at various venues from July 18 to 26. (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

ONE WORLD FESTIVAL FOR DURBAN
Fourth annual One World Festival returns to Durban at end of July. (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

MOSHITO
Key music industry professionals from across SA to gather in Newtown in September. (article published 2008-06-30) - Read more

NAF, GRAHAMSTOWN, JUNE 28
KZN featured well in Cue and reviews on “Stone Angel”; “Romeo and Juliet” and “For Your Ears Only”. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-06-30) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN JUNE 27, 2008
Daily report from artSMart editor, Caroline Smart, at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2008-06-29) - Read more

UKUKHULA KOMDANSO
Triumphant celebration of young talent at the opening of Jomba! 2008. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-06-26) - Read more

CRESTFEST CHILDREN’S ART FESTIVAL 2008
Wide variety of workshops on offer for Hillcrest Christian Academy's Children's Arts Festival. (article published 2008-06-25) - Read more

MOVING INTO DANCE MOIPATONG FOR JOMBA!
Johannesburg company set to move and groove at the JOMBA! Festival in Durban. (article published 2008-06-23) - Read more

NAF EXHIBITIONS
Wide variety of exhibitions at the National Arts Festival 2008. (article published 2008-06-21) - Read more

KEEPING WATCH IN MOVEMENT
Participants invited to take part in production which takes place over eight hours. (article published 2008-06-21) - Read more

BAXTER DANCE FESTIVAL
Cape Town’s premier dance event takes place in August. (article published 2008-06-21) - Read more

UKUKHULA KOMDANSO 2008
The Centre for Creative Arts (UKZN) and JOMBA! present annual dance festival. (article published 2008-06-21) - Read more

SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE PALACE
Corrected review to follow (article published 2008-06-18) - Read more

NOT THE GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL
Catalina Theatre to host a selection of local productions headed for the National Arts Festival. (article published 2008-06-17) - Read more

FAMILY FARE AT NAF
A festival experience for the whole family! (article published 2008-06-15) - Read more

DIFF VIDEO PRODUCTION WORKSHOP
Durban International Film Festival presents workshop for aspirant filmmakers. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

NAF FRINGE PHYSICAL THEATRE
Productions probe topical issues in Grahamstown. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

NOTTIES FESTIVAL
Inhluzane Creative Initiative Film & Singer-Songwriter Festival takes place from September 18 to 21. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

NAF WINTER SCHOOL
Critics spark debate at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

DANCING UP A STORM IN GRAHAMSTOWN
Wide-ranging programme of dance on the Fringe. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

CINEMA UNDER DISCUSSION AT NAF
Special focus on South African films at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2008-06-7) - Read more

HANDS ON! MASKS OFF!
National Arts Festival, Grahamstown launches innovative project. (article published 2008-06-7) - Read more

YOUNG ARTIST JAZZ AWARD WINNERS COLLABORATE
Standard Bank Young Artist Award Winner For Jazz 2008, to wow audiences in Grahamstown. (article published 2008-06-7) - Read more

NAF JAZZ
International jazz musicians for the Standard Bank Jazz Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2008-06-4) - Read more

ALL-NEW THEATRE AT NAF
Nine premieres are on the cards for main National Arts Festival programme. (article published 2008-06-2) - Read more

NAF TO ROCK INTO THE EARLY HOURS
Plenty of late night entertainment planned for 2008 National Arts Festival. (article published 2008-06-2) - Read more

MUSIC AT NAF
Big sounds on the music programme for the National Arts Festival (article published 2008-05-30) - Read more

SWAMI THYAGARAJA MUSIC FESTIVAL 2008
Flagship of the Indian Academy of South Africa’s annual Heritage Series. (article published 2008-05-22) - Read more

TENTH AFRICAN RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL
Festival celebrates, challenges and explores the issues facing the African continent. (article published 2008-05-22) - Read more

NAF DANCE
Dramatic dance themes at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

11TH BUSINESS DAY-BASA AWARDS NOMINEES
Celebrating the art of business sponsorship, nominees vie for prestigious awards. (article published 2008-04-24) - Read more

NEW DIRECTOR FOR NAF
Ismail Mahomed appointed new director for National Arts Festival, Grahamstown. (article published 2008-04-24) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: FRINGE
Treasure trove of talent expected for the NAF in Grahamstown, taking place from June 26 to July 5. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: FILM AND WINTER SCHOOL
Treasure trove of talent expected for the NAF in Grahamstown, taking place from June 26 to July 5. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: EXHIBITIONS
Treasure trove of talent expected for the NAF in Grahamstown, taking place from June 26 to July 5. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: DANCE
Treasure trove of talent expected for the NAF in Grahamstown, taking place from June 26 to July 5. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: THEATRE
Treasure trove of talent expected for the NAF in Grahamstown, taking place from June 26 to July 5. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: MUSIC
Treasure trove of talent expected for the NAF in Grahamstown, taking place from June 26 to July 5. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

TIME OF THE WRITER PROGRAMME
Eighteen writers to arrive for International Writers Festival Durban. (article published 2008-03-21) - Read more

SPLASHY FEN
All road lead to the Southern Berg for the annual musical festival. (article published 2008-03-21) - Read more

GOINGPLACES
Arts and tourism promotion company now has a presence at the Dept of Arts and Culture’s new offices. (article published 2008-03-15) - Read more

BUCKLAND & PEARSON AT THE HEX
Andrew Buckland and Ellis Pearson at the Hexagon Theatre in Pietermaritzburg this weekend! (article published 2008-03-12) - Read more

SPLASHY FEN COUNTDOWN
Countdown has begun for South Africa’s longest-running annual music festival. (article published 2008-03-8) - Read more

ULTIMATE SPLASHY SONG
‘Hey-na Splashy’ triumphs in song search. (article published 2008-02-28) - Read more

11th TIME OF THE WRITER
International Writers' Festival to take place in Durban from March 25 to 30. (article published 2008-02-28) - Read more

TREE63 FOR SPLASHY FEN 2008
Local rock icons to perform at Easter music festival (article published 2008-02-22) - Read more

PRO HELVETIA
Call for Grant Applications to support professional art projects involving exchange within the SADC countries. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

SPLASHY ART & CRAFT
Invitation to artists and crafters to trade at Splashy Fen Music Festival (article published 2008-02-9) - Read more

NAF FRINGE DEADLINE
Registration deadline looms for National Arts Festival Fringe. (article published 2008-02-2) - Read more

OUT THE BOX
Festival of Puppetry and Visual Performance to take place in Cape Town. (article published 2008-01-30) - Read more

SPIER ARTS FESTIVALS REBIRTH
Spier Arts Summer Season formally adopted by the Africa Centre. (article published 2008-01-27) - Read more

AT THE PLAYHOUSE IN 2008
Wide variety of shows to be presented catering for a broad spectrum of communities. (article published 2008-01-27) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY-BASA AWARDS 2007
Business sponsors of the arts are invited to enter the 2007 Business Day-BASA Awards. (article published 2008-01-25) - Read more

TIME OF THE WRITER
11th International Writers Festival to take place from March 25 to 30. (article published 2008-01-25) - Read more

MUSHO FESTIVAL CLOSING CABARET
Superb gesture by organisers of the festival sees Musho close in fitting style. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

MUSHO CLOSING PARTY
Musho! Cabaret Closing Party & PANSA Fund Raiser to take place on January 13 at 19h30. (article published 2008-01-13) - Read more

JAKOB
Excellent and energetic performance from Bryan Hiles in Musho Festival production. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2008-01-13) - Read more

THE TRICKY PART
Riveting performance from Peter Hayes in Musho Festival production. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2008-01-13) - Read more

BOMBSTYLE
Entertaining production on Musho Festival tends to be repetitive. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2008-01-11) - Read more

FELIX AND FRED
High energy performance by Kobus van Heerden of an entertaining, very humorous, well written story of the friendship of two young boys. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2008-01-9) - Read more

ARAB'S DREAM
Poignant examination of Israeli society via the identities of the Israeli Jew and the Israeli Arab. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2008-01-7) - Read more

OPENING OF MUSHO
Response to opening of Musho Festival and first production. (Review by Dawn Haynes) (article published 2008-01-7) - Read more

THE LIFE AND WORK OF PETROVIK PETAR
Jason Potgieter holds audience enthralled in one-man show on Musho Festival. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2008-01-5) - Read more

MIM AND JOHN ERASMUS
“African Rose” to re-launch solo career at Splashy Fen 2008 (article published 2008-01-3) - Read more

MUSHO INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL
Programme of One and Two Hander Theatre at Catalina and Kwasuka Theatres. (article published 2008-01-3) - Read more

HAPPY NEW 2008!
All the best for the new year! (article published 2008-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
All the best for a Happy Christmas! (article published 2007-12-24) - Read more

11th ANNUAL BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS 2007
Closing date for entries is 28 February 2008 for 2007 awards. (article published 2007-12-9) - Read more

11th TIME OF THE WRITER
Next international writers’ festival to take place in March 2008. (article published 2007-11-25) - Read more

NAF FRINGE REGISTRATION
Registration for 2008 Fringe at the National Arts Festival Grahamstown opens December 1. (article published 2007-11-24) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY-BASA AWARDS
Enter The 11th Annual Business Day-BASA Awards 2007. (article published 2007-11-17) - Read more

DIFF DATES FOR 2008
Durban International Film Festival’s 29th edition to take place from July 23 to August 3, 2008. (article published 2007-11-14) - Read more

EARTHNOTES ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL
Festival screened in collaboration with the UKZN Centre for Civil Society. (article published 2007-11-14) - Read more

NAFAPPOINTS CEO
Tony Lankester fills new executive position for National Arts Festival Grahamstown. (article published 2007-11-8) - Read more

NATIONAL FINALS OF NEW WRITINGS
NLDTF / PANSA Festival of Contemporary Theatre Readings of New Writings at Kwasuka on November 10 and 11. (article published 2007-11-8) - Read more

READINGS OF NEW WRITINGS
KZN Regional Finals of NLDTF / PANSA Festival of Contemporary Theatre Reading of New Writings. (article published 2007-10-22) - Read more

UMDWEBO’S OPEN AIR DRIVE-IN
A drive-in experience at Umdwebo Lifestyle Festival. (article published 2007-10-16) - Read more

A NEW HERITAGE
Heritage Festival Art Exhibition is full of surprises and offers a worthwhile experience. (Review by Michael Croeser) (article published 2007-10-5) - Read more

POETRY AFRICA BOOK LAUNCHES
The Poetry Africa Festival will feature the launch of a number of poetry publications. (article published 2007-10-1) - Read more

UMDWEBO FESTIVAL
Third annual festival lights up the North Coast. (article published 2007-10-1) - Read more

FESTIVAL OF MINIMALISTIC PRODUCTIONS
KZN production “Tin Bucket Drum” to appear at State Theatre festival. (article published 2007-09-29) - Read more

MIMI COERTSE FOR SIBAYA CASINO
Legendary, internationally-acclaimed opera star returns with Black Tie Ensemble. (article published 2007-09-28) - Read more

A MOMENT OF POETRY
Alliance Française to present work by Senegalese poet Habib Demba Fall. (article published 2007-09-28) - Read more

MUSICAL VOICES AT POETRY AFRICA
Close relationship between music and poetry made explicit through several participants. (article published 2007-09-28) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA 2007
Biggest world music festival in Africa to grace the shores of Midmar Dam on September 29 and 30. (article published 2007-09-26) - Read more

FLAVOURS OF DURBAN & FLOAT PARADE
The streets of Durban will come alive over the weekend of September 28 and 29. (article published 2007-09-26) - Read more

GUMBO
Strong performances by deaf and hearing actors offer perfect example of theatre teamwork. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-09-24) - Read more

BEETHOVEN IN RAPTUS
Interesting play dealing with the relationship of Beethoven and his adopted son. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-09-24) - Read more

BAFANA REPUBLIC
Despite knowing precious little about soccer, I loved every minute of Mike van Graan’s play! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-09-24) - Read more

THE TRAVELLERS
Fascinating piece of theatre beautifully performed. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-09-24) - Read more

ISICATHAMIYA FESTIVAL
Playhouse Company celebrates 10th National Isicathamiya Festival. (article published 2007-09-13) - Read more

BLOOD ORANGE
Tour de force performance from Craig Morris in this stunning piece of theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-09-11) - Read more

DRUM FOR JOY!
Winners of National Creative Arts Youth Festival’s 25th Steel Drum Band Competition. (article published 2007-09-9) - Read more

POETRY AFRICA SCHOOL POETRY COMPETITION
Festival organisers invite learners to submit material for the poetry competition by September 12, 2007. (article published 2007-09-8) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE CELEBRATES TRADITIONAL ARTS
Explosion of traditional and indigenous performance skills in full flight. (article published 2007-09-8) - Read more

WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL FRINGE
Strong international presence on the Fringe of this year’s festival at Hilton College from September 14 to 16. (article published 2007-09-8) - Read more

CHRONICLES OF A CAR GUARD
Lisa Bobbert’s highly entertaining new one-woman play to be seen at the Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2007-09-8) - Read more

WHITE MOUNTAIN LINE-UP
Head to White Mountain for a great weekend getaway (article published 2007-08-24) - Read more

ARTS FESTIVAL AT KIZO
Countdown to an art explosion generated by Kizo Art Gallery. (article published 2007-08-20) - Read more

NCAG MEETING
Next meeting of the North Coast Art Group to take place on September 8. (article published 2007-08-20) - Read more

DRUM FOR JOY!
National Creative Arts Youth Festival presents 25th Steel Drum Band Competition on September 8. (article published 2007-08-20) - Read more

UPBEAT FESTIVAL
Kearsney College goes Upbeat with weekend festival. (article published 2007-08-14) - Read more

OUT IN AFRICA
South African Gay & Lesbian Film Festival to take place at Kismet Hotel in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2007-08-10) - Read more

DIFF AWARDS
The Durban International Film Festival recognised top productions at recent event. (article published 2007-08-10) - Read more

STANDARD BANK EXTENDS NAF SPONSORSHIP
Standard National extends its National Arts Festival sponsorship by three years. (article published 2007-08-10) - Read more

FIRST ARTISTS FOR AWESOME AFRICA
Artists already confirmed for massive weekend bash. (article published 2007-08-10) - Read more

MASTER CLASS
If you see nothing else this year, see this! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-08-8) - Read more

ROSCAR AWARDS
Screening of wildlife, eco-tourism and cultural films. (article published 2007-08-7) - Read more

FNB DANCE UMBRELLA 2008
Entries now open for 20th annual dance festival. (article published 2007-08-6) - Read more

CRUDA BELLEZZA
Swiss dance company Teatrodanza to present production at Jomba! (article published 2007-08-6) - Read more

JOMBA!
10th Jomba! Contemporary Dance Experience hits town. (article published 2007-08-6) - Read more

IN THE CONTINUUM
Superb performances from ultra-versatile Danai Gurira and Nikkole Salter in Women’s Arts Festival drama. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-08-4) - Read more

SA WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL
Women to shine on Playhouse stages in SAWAF 2007 (article published 2007-07-30) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE INVITES PROPOSALS
Deadline extended for call for stage productions for presentation at the Playhouse Company. (article published 2007-07-30) - Read more

HERITAGE ARTS FESTIVAL
Kizo Gallery to present exciting annual arts festival in KZN. (article published 2007-07-23) - Read more

NAF REPORT BACK
Numbers indicate continued support for the 33rd National Arts Festival, Grahamstown. (article published 2007-07-23) - Read more

WHITE MOUNTAIN FOLK FESTIVAL
Acoustic music in the mountains over Heritage Day long weekend. (article published 2007-07-23) - Read more

KOLLIG FESTIVAL
Port Natal School to host 12th Absa Kollig Festival showcases the best of Klein Karoo Arts Festival. (article published 2007-07-22) - Read more

UPBEAT FESTIVAL
The Valley of 1000 Hills is set to explode with rhythm, sound, theatre and fun at Kearsney College festival. (article published 2007-07-19) - Read more

UPBEAT FESTIVAL
The Valley of 1000 Hills is set to explode with rhythm, sound, theatre and fun at Kearsney College festival. (article published 2007-07-19) - Read more

WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Dazzling line-up of cutting edge performance for festival from September 14 to 16. (article published 2007-07-12) - Read more

GOOD EVENING
Four of South Africa’s top exponents of irony in fascinating play about the foursome that changed the face of British comedy. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-07-12) - Read more

POISONS, OR THE WORLD HISTORY OF POISONING
Director Karen Shakhnazarov takes audiences on a surreal legend through the ancient art of poisoning. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-07-7) - Read more

PARIS JE T’AIME
We fall in love with Paris and the concept of love itself in 20 six-minute films. (Review by Kate MacIldowie) (article published 2007-07-7) - Read more

CHRONICLES OF A CAR GUARD
Lisa Bobbert’s new play offers great potential and much food for thought. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-07-7) - Read more

LOWVELD NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Record attendance at the 4th annual arts festival. (article published 2007-07-4) - Read more

JUTRO
Heart-warming poignant story beautifully portrayed by James Cuningham and Keren Tahor. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-07-4) - Read more

WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
Superlative performances from Sean Taylor and Fiona Ramsay in Edward Albee classic. (article published 2007-07-3) - Read more

CHRONICLES OF A CAR GUARD
Lisa Bobbert’s new show set to take the Grahamstown fringe by storm. (article published 2007-07-3) - Read more

THREE MEN IN A SQUARE SPACE
Acclaimed Flatfoot Dance company production appears on National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2007-07-3) - Read more

MACBETH
Dada Masilo and Shawn Mothupi shine in PG Sabbagha production on National Arts Festival (review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-07-3) - Read more

DEFENDING THE PLANET
Lisa and Aaron present their super-charged interaction with aliens. (article published 2007-07-1) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA MUSIC FESTIVAL
Next Awesome Africa to take place at Midmar Dam from September 29 to 30. (article published 2007-06-29) - Read more

OLD MUTUAL ACOUSTIC ENCOUNTERS
Music collaborations at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2007-06-29) - Read more

TWO PMB SHOWS FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
Two Pietermaritzburg plays to run during the National Arts Festival. (article published 2007-06-29) - Read more

DE KRUIK
Het Waterhuis the well-known Dutch Theatre company is back in South Africa. (article published 2007-06-29) - Read more

DRAMA ON THE FRINGE
Dramatic diversity on the National Arts Festival Fringe in Grahamstown. (article published 2007-06-27) - Read more

EPWORTH CRAFT FESTIVAL
Craftwise Magazine joined as media partner for bi-annual festival. (article published 2007-06-23) - Read more

HOUSE & GARDEN JAZZ
Jazz Festival at East Coast Radio House & Garden Show (article published 2007-06-20) - Read more

DIFF DOCUMENTARIES
Meaningful documentaries at Durban International Film Festival 2007. (article published 2007-06-20) - Read more

NAF DANCE
Dance tells stories at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2007-06-19) - Read more

NAF FRINGE FESTIVAL
The 2007 National Arts Festival Fringe promises to be a winner. (article published 2007-06-19) - Read more

NAF PHYSICAL THEATRE
The National Arts Festival Fringe offers productions that are physically fantastic! (article published 2007-06-19) - Read more

BOSMAN'S WOMEN
Two-hander directed by Bets Basson gives performances in KZN as well as Eastern and Western Cape. (article published 2007-06-18) - Read more

NEW CROWNED HOPE AT DIFF
Durban International Film festival presents series which were part of the 250th anniversary celebrations of Mozart’s birth. (article published 2007-06-18) - Read more

CULTIVARIA
A fest with finesse. (article published 2007-06-18) - Read more

WAVESCAPES
Wavescapes surf films at Durban International Film Festival. (article published 2007-06-17) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL 2007
Playhouse hosts showcase for the impact women make on the lives of South Africans. (article published 2007-06-17) - Read more

NEWTOWN DIWALI FESTIVAL 2007
Call for expressions of interest for event to take place in Johannesburg in October. (article published 2007-06-17) - Read more

NAF WINTER SCHOOL
Lifestyle update at Winter School during the National Arts Festival. (article published 2007-06-17) - Read more

FNB DANCE UMBRELLA 2008
Entries now open for FNB Dance Umbrella 2008. (article published 2007-06-17) - Read more

THE BOY INSIDE
Powerful documentary about growing up with autism (article published 2007-06-16) - Read more

VIDEOVISION SUPPORTS DIFF
Videovision Entertainment continues support of the Durban Film Festival. (article published 2007-06-16) - Read more

FILMS VIE FOR TOP PRIZES AT DIFF
Range of awards to be presented to some of the films on the Durban International Film Festival. (article published 2007-06-16) - Read more

CRAFT MARKET MANAGER NEEDED
White Mountain Folk Festival is looking for Craft Manager. (article published 2007-06-16) - Read more

NAF VISUAL ART
New sense of South African identity in the exhibitions at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2007-06-13) - Read more

VIVA L’ARTISTE
Le Domaine to highlight artistic heritage from June 11 to 17. (article published 2007-06-11) - Read more

DURBAN WILD TALK AFRICA
Premier international film festival and conference (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
The 28th Durban International Film Festival to run from June 20 to July 1. (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

SPLASHY DATES FOR 2008
Splashy Fen Music Festival to take place from March 20 to 24, 2008. (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

SPEAK FOR JOY!
Highlights of the National Creative Arts Youth Festival’s Life Skills competition on May 23. (article published 2007-05-16) - Read more

SHAKESPEARE QUIZ
National Creative Arts Youth Festival popular high school quiz heads for the finals. (article published 2007-05-16) - Read more

NCAYF DANCE
National Creative Arts Youth Festival dance programmes from May 16 to 26. (article published 2007-05-16) - Read more

IMBUMBA 2007
Exuberant expression of KZN's young dancers in National Creative Arts Youth Festival dance programme. (article published 2007-05-16) - Read more

BASA SEMINAR ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Art organisations invited to attend seminar on Corporate Governance and role of Board and Management in Arts Organizations. (article published 2007-05-15) - Read more

DAN PATLANSKY LIVE
Durban International Blues Festival hosts guitar virtuoso at Catalina Theatre. (article published 2007-04-24) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL BLUES FESTIVAL
Top blues act from Around South Africa with Philip Walker headlining gala performances. (article published 2007-04-24) - Read more

CALABASH 2007
Calabash 2007 entries now open. (article published 2007-04-24) - Read more

WINTER SCHOOL ON 2007 NAF
United voices of art! Pleasure with a healing purpose for NAF in Grahamstown. (article published 2007-03-27) - Read more

2007 NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL GRAHAMSTOWN
United voices of art! Pleasure with a healing purpose for NAF in Grahamstown. (article published 2007-03-27) - Read more

DRAMA ON 2007 NAF
United voices of art! Pleasure with a healing purpose for NAF in Grahamstown. (article published 2007-03-27) - Read more

HEXAGON THEATRE MINIFEST
Report on Minifest presented by Hexagon and UKZN Pietermaritzburg Drama Studies Department. (Report by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2007-03-27) - Read more

DANCE ON 2007 NAF
United voices of art! Pleasure with a healing purpose for NAF in Grahamstown. (article published 2007-03-27) - Read more

KZN SCHOOLS FEST
KwaZulu Natal Schools Festival of English, Drama and the Arts serves up arts feast for teens. (article published 2007-03-25) - Read more

EWOK AT CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL
Durban performer Iain Robinson to appear at the festival’s “Local Goes Vocal”. (article published 2007-03-18) - Read more

SPLASHY FEN 2007
Top artists lined up for Splashy Fen 2007. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

INNIBOS 2007
4th Lowveld National Arts Festival to take place from June 27 to July 1. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

KZN SCHOOLS FESTIVAL
Drama festival organised by the Grahamstown Foundation to run at Hilton College Theatre. (article published 2007-02-22) - Read more

10TH TIME OF THE WRITER
International writers festival celebrates ten years. (article published 2007-02-21) - Read more

WAVE OF COMEDY AT EST
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre to host a number of comedy shows. (Report by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2007-02-11) - Read more

LOTTERY SUPPORTS HILTON FESTIVAL
National Lotteries Board to support innovative and wide-reaching arts projects and initiatives at annual festival. (article published 2007-02-5) - Read more

SUCCESSFUL MUSHO FESTIVAL
New works played to good houses and enthusiastic response. (article published 2007-02-5) - Read more

BLOOD ORANGE
Physical theatre at its best on Musho! Festival. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-23) - Read more

MUSHO CLOSING PARTY
Successful theatre festival ended with a bang. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-23) - Read more

CAPE TOWN JAZZ FESTIVAL
2007 Cape Town International Jazz Festival to take place in March. (article published 2007-01-21) - Read more

THE BLUE PERIOD OF MILTON VAN DER SPUY
Excellence, great humour and much pathos from Greig Coetzee in gentle portrayal of a disabled artist. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-21) - Read more

SPITFIRE: RETURN OF THE RED
Brilliant material and faultless performance from Ewok at Musho! Festival. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-21) - Read more

INDIAN WITH AN ATTITUDE .... AND A WIFE
Well acted and effectively presented short piece on Musho! Festival. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-20) - Read more

THE ONUS CHRONICLES
Enjoyable evening of contemporary drama with good presentations. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-20) - Read more

SHRIMPS
Brilliant performances but talents could be used to better effect in something else. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-19) - Read more

SUICIDE KING
Well constructed play with a great plot line. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-19) - Read more

THE SUICIDE KING
Nice build-up of tension in two-hander written b y the irrepressible Marc Kay. (Review by Frank Graham) (article published 2007-01-19) - Read more

SHRIMP
Incredible performances from Dorit Weintal and Simon Rowe in international production on Musho! Festival. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-01-18) - Read more

SOME MOTHERS’ SONS
Faultless and utterly convincing performances by Wiseman Sithole and Gideon van Eeden. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-15) - Read more

SPITFIRE
Ewok spits fire on a rollercoaster ride at Musho! Festival. (Review by Frank Graham) (article published 2007-01-15) - Read more

EXPLETIVE DELETED
Outstanding performance by Thomie Holtzhausen as human firewall in Musho Festival drama. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-14) - Read more

THE HORSESHOE
Outstanding performances by Bheki Khabela and Sduduzo Khawula in Musho Festival drama. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-14) - Read more

BRIDESMAID
Attention to detail superb in one-woman show featuring Mary Steward. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-12) - Read more

EXILE AT HOME
Production addresses variety of cultures and problems of the people who live in Israel. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-01-12) - Read more

CAPE TOWN JAZZ
2007 Cape Town International Jazz Festival. (article published 2007-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
All the best to artSMart regular readers and visitors for 2007! (article published 2006-12-31) - Read more

EXILE AT HOME
Arab-Israeli Play for Musho. (article published 2006-12-30) - Read more

PIETER HUGO
Pieter Hugo's camera eye wins him the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for visual art. (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

SHANNON MOWDAY
Shannon Mowday wins award in Standard Bank Young Artist jazz category. (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

BRONWEN FORBAY
Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Music is awarded to talented former Durban soprano. (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

AKIN OMOTOSO
Akin Omotoso's high aspirations score him a Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Literature. (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

ACTY TANG
Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner takes dance to places words can't risk. (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
The artSMart team wishes all readers and advertisers a happy Christmas. (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

MARIETTE HEENOP
Durban singer to perform at Vodacom Summer Festivals with Melvin Peters. (article published 2006-12-15) - Read more

COX FOR SPLASHY FEN 2007
Clear your diaries for annual music festival taking place from April 5 to 9 and headlining Tony Cox. (article published 2006-12-15) - Read more

UMHLANGA SUMMER CARNIVAL
Action-packed holiday fun-filled week from December 17 to 24. (article published 2006-12-15) - Read more

YOUNG ARTIST AWARDS FOR 2007
Standard Bank recipients of annual award include Bronwen Forbay. (article published 2006-12-15) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS 2006
Business sponsors of the arts invited to enter awards for innovative and effective sponsorship. (article published 2006-12-15) - Read more

RIGHT EYE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
Filmmaker South Africa invites submissions for short films. (article published 2006-12-4) - Read more

THE PINK FESTIVAL
Nottingham Road hosts inaugural celebration of the arts. (article published 2006-11-19) - Read more

DIFF DATES
Durban International Film Festival announces dates for 28th edition (article published 2006-11-15) - Read more

THE PINK SHOW
Darren King to be main attraction show for the Nottingham Road Pink Festival. (article published 2006-11-5) - Read more

NOTTINGHAM ROAD PINK FESTIVAL
First annual “Pink Festival” offers a weekend of extravagance, music, theatre, dance and magical meandering! (article published 2006-10-23) - Read more

EDITORIAL ON HOLD FOR A WHILE
artSMart editor out of action for a while. (article published 2006-10-8) - Read more

UMDWEBO MUSIC
Unique lifestyle festival celebrates the art of fine living in and around the coastal town of Ballito. (article published 2006-09-25) - Read more

THE BOY WHO FELL FROM THE ROOF
Highlight for me at 2006 Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-09-21) - Read more

WRAP UP OF HILTON FESTIVAL
Witness Hilton Arts Festival has come a long way in 14 years. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2006-09-21) - Read more

HILTON FESTIVAL SHORT REVIEWS
Reviewers Peter Mitchell, David Pike, Janet van Eeden and Margaret von Klemperer give feedback on productions. (Courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2006-09-21) - Read more

THE BOOK CLUB
Fiona Ramsay gives marvellous entertainment in “The Book Club” at Hilton. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-09-21) - Read more

SOME MOTHERS’ SONS
Hard-hitting, thought-provoking piece by Mike van Graan pulls no punches. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-09-21) - Read more

NOTTINGHAM ROAD PINK FESTIVAL
Notties goes Nancy from November 24 to 26. (article published 2006-09-18) - Read more

THE DEVIL AND BILLY MARKHAM
Raunchy talking blues by the late Shel Silverstein is perfect vehicle for Graham Clarke’s talents. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-09-18) - Read more

TWO … IS THE BEGINNING OF THE END
Fascinating one-acter by Clare Mortimer and Neil Coppen still to achieve its rightful potential. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-09-18) - Read more

POETRY AFRICA
Tenth International Poetry Festival to take place in Johannesburg and Durban. (article published 2006-09-12) - Read more

JOHNNY BOSKAK FOR HILTON
Greig Coetzee’s Edinburgh Festival award winning piece for Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2006-09-12) - Read more

SIBONGILE KHUMALO FOR NAF
The National Arts Festival, Grahamstown announces new appointment. (article published 2006-09-11) - Read more

PERCUSSION AS ART
BAT Centre’s Democratic Gallery hosts exhibition of percussion instruments, mostly hand-made drums. (article published 2006-09-5) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA MUSIC FESTIVAL #4
Eighth annual event to take place in Central Durban on September 30 and October 1. (Part 4: Rest of highlights) (article published 2006-09-5) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA MUSIC FESTIVAL #3
Eighth annual event to take place in Central Durban on September 30 and October 1. (Part 3: Samba from Brazil) (article published 2006-09-5) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA MUSIC FESTIVAL #2
Eighth annual event to take place in Central Durban on September 30 and October 1. (Part 2: Spirit of Cuba) (article published 2006-09-5) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA MUSIC FESTIVAL #1
Eighth annual event to take place in Central Durban on September 30 and October 1. (Part 1: Jazz Explosion) (article published 2006-09-5) - Read more

ESCAPE TO WHITE MOUNTAIN
Four-day festival featuring acoustic performances by top artists in Central Drakensberg. (article published 2006-09-3) - Read more

VOORKAMERFEST 2006
Festival in Darling gets support from theatres in SA and abroad. (article published 2006-09-3) - Read more

INTERNATIONAL TRADITIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Playhouse Company presents Traditional Zulu Dance Competition and Gala Traditional Performing Arts Concert. (article published 2006-09-2) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL 2007
Call for Proposals for March 2007 Festival from performing arts and visual arts. (article published 2006-08-26) - Read more

FRANSCHHOEK FESTIVAL
Third Franschhoek Classical Music Festival runs from October 27 to 29. (article published 2006-08-26) - Read more

PINK FESTIVAL
Invitation to submit proposals for new annual arts festival in Nottingham Road. (article published 2006-08-25) - Read more

14TH HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Head for the hills for the annual festival at Hilton College. (Report by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2006-08-22) - Read more

UMDWEBO FESTIVAL
Unique lifestyle festival celebrates the art of fine living in and around the coastal town of Ballito. (article published 2006-08-22) - Read more

DURBAN DRUMBEAT FESTIVAL 2006
Festival showcases local, national and proposed international drumming and percussion groups. (article published 2006-08-20) - Read more

ACT AWARDS 2006
Call for Nominations for The Arts & Culture Trust ACT Awards 2006. (article published 2006-08-20) - Read more

NAF APPLICATIONS
National Arts Festival welcomes applications for presentations at the 2007 festival. (article published 2006-08-20) - Read more

UPBEAT
Kearsney College Festival. (article published 2006-08-13) - Read more

SIDE BY SIDE
S’bonakaliso Ndaba and Lliane Loots integrate their respective companies in a sustained dance piece. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-08-11) - Read more

JOMBA!
Ninth presentation of Contemporary Dance Experience. (article published 2006-08-8) - Read more

WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Hilton College to host 14th premier annual event. (article published 2006-08-7) - Read more

BIRD’S EYE VIEW
Moving tale of growing up, sacrifice and taking responsibility to appear on St Anne’s Theatre Festival. (article published 2006-08-7) - Read more

SHWELE BAWO!
Award-winning Motshabi Tyelele presents her play at the Playhouse Company’s Women’s Arts Festival. (article published 2006-08-6) - Read more

POINT WATERFRONT LIFESTYLE FESTIVAL
Elegant lifestyle festival for harbour entrance. (article published 2006-08-5) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA MUSIC FESTIVAL
Music festival forms the anchor for the exciting Celebrate eThekwini – Halala Durban season. (article published 2006-08-5) - Read more

NATIONAL SCHOOLS FESTIVAL
Once again, an unforgettable Festival comes to an end and we are enriched by the experience. (Report by Dawn Haynes) (article published 2006-08-1) - Read more

SIZWE BANZI FOR HILTON
Athol Fugard classic to appear on the Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2006-08-1) - Read more

KOLLIG FESTIVAL
Line-up of forthcoming Absa Kollig Arts Festival. (Report by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2006-07-22) - Read more

URBAN VOICES
Performance of International Spoken Word Festival at BAT Centre on July 30. (article published 2006-07-21) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL
Playhouse Company to present its 10th annual International Women’s Arts Festival. (article published 2006-07-21) - Read more

FNB DANCE UMBRELLA 2007
Next year’s dance festival in Johannesburg open for entries. (article published 2006-07-21) - Read more

NAF GETS THUMBS UP
Overall increased numbers give the National Arts Festival, Grahamstown 2006, the thumbs up. (article published 2006-07-20) - Read more

THEATRE READINGS 2006/7
PANSA receives massive boost from NLDTF. (article published 2006-07-20) - Read more

FESTIVAL SHOWCASE
St Anne’s College showcases speech and drama students. (article published 2006-07-11) - Read more

FRESH
Strong KZN element in exciting showcase for four young, talented choreographers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-8) - Read more

THE SHOOTING GALLERY
Clever idea with marvellous imagery but the end result doesn’t fulfil the potential. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-8) - Read more

EXPLETIVE DELETED
Fascinating new play by Janet van Eeden has strong potential. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

TIN BUCKET DRUM
The kind of piece that would be perfect for the Edinburgh Festival. (Review by Luke Thomas) (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

CRACKING UP WITH COLIN COTTONBOTTOM
Superb comic timing and imaginative use of various bits of rubbish. (Review by Luke Thomas) (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

TWO IS THE BEGINNING OF THE END
The kind of gem I like to see at arts festivals. (Review by Luke Thomas) (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

TWO TO TANGO
Mike van Graan’s entertaining two-hander sees the ups and downs of a long-term relationship. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

WINNING PLAYS AT NAF
NLDTF/PANSA winning plays at the National Arts Festival 2006 (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

THE SECRET LETTERS OF JAN VAN RIEBEECK
Robert Kirby’s wit as biting and ruthlessly satirical as ever in fine performance from Robin Smith. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-6) - Read more

MICHAEL DIED
Mix of clowning and actuality written and directed by Libby Allen shows strong potential. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-6) - Read more

COUPÉ
Extremely skilful direction and acting makes this drama an absolute must! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-4) - Read more

TWO IS THE BEGINNING OF THE END
You won’t find better writing and better acting at the Festival. (Review by Andrew Verster) (article published 2006-07-4) - Read more

DAYS 2 & 3
July 1 and 2 at the National Arts Festival. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-3) - Read more

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS
Alan Swerdlow and cast produce hugely entertaining perfect festival fare. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-07-1) - Read more

DAY ONE
Andrew Verster urges artists to trust their instincts as the 2006 National Arts Festival gets under way. (article published 2006-07-1) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL BLUES FESTIVAL
Second blues festival to offer interesting mix of artists. (article published 2006-06-21) - Read more

A MATTER OF TIME
Play by Janet van Eeden to premiere at National Arts Festival. (article published 2006-06-21) - Read more

ENTERTAINMENT AT RUGBY LEGENDS
Plenty of entertainment at ABSA World Rugby Legends Festival. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

NAF FRINGE POETRY
Performing Poetry at the National Arts Festival Fringe. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

NAF FRINGE DANCE
Dancers and choreographers descend on Grahamstown for the National Arts Festival Fringe. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

ACT SUPPORT
ACT announces R1 million support for 31 Projects. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

USTAD WAJAHAT KHAN
Indian classical music maestro to perform at Durban International Film Festival. (article published 2006-06-12) - Read more

YOUNG BA KUBA
High energy band from Democratic Republic of Congo at BAT Centre’s Refugee Day. (article published 2006-06-12) - Read more

DIRECTORS AT DIFF WORKSHOPS
Durban International Film Festival offers free seminars, workshops and panel discussions. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

MARATHON
Action in Autism screen must see film on autism at Durban International Film Festival. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

IRANIAN CINEMA AT DIFF
Durban International Film Festival to present six Iranian films and three Iranian directors. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

THE JOURNEY
New programme on the fringe. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

WAVESCAPES SURF FILM FESTIVAL
Durban International Film Festival offers a first in a feast of the latest and hottest surfing movies. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

NAF OFFERS FAMILY FARE
The National Arts Festival Fringe programme bubbles over with family fare. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

NORTHLANDS GIRLS WOW NCAYF
Northlands Girls receive straight “A”s at National Creative Arts Youth Festival. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Centre for Creative Arts offers cinematic feast for Durban. (article published 2006-06-8) - Read more

NICKY LEIGH AT LADYSMITH FESTIVAL
Pietermaritzburg artist to exhibit latest body of work in Ladysmith. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

BOSMAN’S WOMEN
ColaborArt project directed by Bets Basson. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

WHITE MOUNTAIN FOLK FESTIVAL
New festival offers a treat for acoustic music lovers. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

LADYSMITH FESTIVAL
Ladysmith River Arts and Music Festival taking place from June 9 to 11. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

BASA SUPPORTS FRINGE
Business and Arts South Africa make special grant available for the 2006 National Arts Festival. (article published 2006-05-28) - Read more

ONE MIND, ONE MOUTH, ONE MIC
Slam Poetry combines with physical theatre technique and stand-up comedy to find a new form of theatre. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

MICHAEL DIED
Magical realist piece combining realist acting with clowning and physical theatre technique for NAF Fringe. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

NAF FRINGE
Fabulous finds on the National Arts Festival Fringe for 2006. (article published 2006-05-20) - Read more

WHITE MOUNTAIN FOLK FESTIVAL
Call for artist submissions for new live acoustic/folk music festival for discerning festival goers. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

MOZART AND FRIENDS
Magical music mix for the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

CHOREOGRAPHY COMPETITION
National Creative Arts Youth Festival presents annual Dance Choreography Competition. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

LOVE OF DANCE
National Creative Arts Youth Festival presents annual dance programme for young dancers. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

DDF BURSARY COMPETITION
Durban Dance Foundation sees young dancers compete for four bursaries. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

DANCE FOR JOY!
National Creative Arts Youth Festival showcases skills of junior dancers from KZN studios and schools. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

IMBUMBA 2006
Showcase of work from the members of KZN Dance Link. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

BORN TO DANCE
Showcase of dance dramas form part of National Creative Arts Youth Festival. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

27TH EDITION OF DIFF
Centre for Creative Arts presents 27th Durban International Film Festival. (article published 2006-05-13) - Read more

THEATRE AT NAF
South African theatre history is written at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-05-13) - Read more

ARTISTIC DESTINATION GRAHAMSTOWN
Time to plan a trip to the Eastern Cape and experience the best of SA arts and culture. (article published 2006-05-8) - Read more

CALABASH CLOSING DATES
Closing date for new productions at North West Cultural Calabash in September. (article published 2006-05-3) - Read more

MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS
Festival to showcase the voices of the Drakensberg Boys' Choir along with selected guest artists. (article published 2006-04-25) - Read more

HLENGIWE LUSHABA
Standard Bank announces its Young Artist Award Winner for Dance. (article published 2006-04-25) - Read more

ARTS MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM
Symposium for arts and culture structures, theatre managements, artist managers, booking agents, directors, agents and government officials. (article published 2006-04-17) - Read more

HOUSE OF THE HOLY AFRO
SA premiere of “highly-styled package of Afro-kitsch” at National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-04-13) - Read more

SPLASHY FEN ON TRACK
Full speed ahead for music festival in the mountains. (article published 2006-04-10) - Read more

NORTH WEST CULTURAL CALABASH
Rural North West Province village of Taung to host unique developmental event. (article published 2006-04-6) - Read more

SPIER SUMMER ARTS SEASON
Call for submissions for December 2006 – March 2007 season. (article published 2006-04-3) - Read more

SAMRO AT SPLASHY
SAMRO free stage offers showcase opportunity for up-and-coming talent at Splashy Fen. (article published 2006-04-3) - Read more

BASSIST COMPETITION
Marshall Music Midlands sponsors competition at Splashy Fen 2006. (article published 2006-03-23) - Read more

NAF WINTER SCHOOL
Winter School programme on National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

NAF FILM FESTIVAL
Film programme on National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

NAF EXHIBITIONS
Visual arts and crafts programme on National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

NAF DANCE
Dance programme on National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

NAF THEATRE
Theatre programme on National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

NAF MUSIC
Music programme on National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

2006 NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Creative benchmarks and springboards at the next NAF to be held in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

SONG OF ATMAN
Jacana Media presents first novel by Durban playwright Ronnie Govender at Time of the Writer Festival. (article published 2006-03-19) - Read more

O’MANDINGO!
Jacana Media presents first published work by Eric Miyeni at Time of the Writer Festival. (article published 2006-03-19) - Read more

ART TALK, POLITICS TALK
Prof Michael Chapman’s latest book to be launched at Time of the Writer Festival. (article published 2006-03-19) - Read more

UMUZI IMPRINT
Anece Winton of Random House Publishers to speak on new UMUZI imprint. (article published 2006-03-19) - Read more

9th TIME OF THE WRITER
Award-winning cartoonist Zapiro offers unique contribution to the festival. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

SPLASHY FEN BUS
Take a bus trip to Splashy Fen Music Festival 2006. (article published 2006-02-20) - Read more

MARKETING CONFERENCES
The British Council and PANSA to host two Arts Marketing Conferences in March. (article published 2006-02-19) - Read more

WILD TALK AFRICA
First international wildlife film festival for South Africa in April. (article published 2006-02-14) - Read more

INNIBOS FILM FESTIVAL
Annual InniBos Lowveld National Arts Festival in Nelspruit to include International Short Film Festival. (article published 2006-02-7) - Read more

9TH TIME OF THE WRITER
Centre for Creative Arts (UKZN) presents annual festival from March 20 to 25. (article published 2006-02-5) - Read more

SPIER POETRY FESTIVAL
Spier Arts Summer Season launches new open-air Poetry Festival. (article published 2006-01-24) - Read more

THREE DOZEN ROSES
Invited production to Musho Festival offers excellent performances, direction and scriptwriting. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-01-22) - Read more

COLOUR ME EVIL
Opening production of Musho! Theatre Festival makes for interesting, very watchable theatre. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2006-01-21) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Business and arts partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2006-01-21) - Read more

CALL FOR PAPERS
Conference to discuss The Changing Face of African Literature. (article published 2006-01-15) - Read more

COORDINATION CREATIVE WORKERS MEETING
Meeting to discuss importance of responding to the challenges faced by the Arts Community. (article published 2006-01-10) - Read more

MASTERCLASS FOR MUSHO!
Art United from Holland to conduct master class on January 9 at Stable Theatre. (article published 2006-01-5) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Wishing all readers the very best for 2006! (article published 2005-12-31) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
All the best for Christmas and the festive season. (article published 2005-12-24) - Read more

ILLA THOMPSON
Report from Colin Roopnarain (courtesy of the South Coast Sun) (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

THEATRE FESTIVAL
KwaCulture to showcase best productions in the City of Umhlathuze. (article published 2005-12-14) - Read more

NAF FRINGE REGISTRATION OPENS
National Arts Festival, Grahamstown, invites entries for the Fringe. (article published 2005-12-6) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL 2006
A cultural expression of the people of Cape Town taking place in March. (article published 2005-12-6) - Read more

KWA MASHU AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL
Film festival at Ekhaya Multi Arts Centre includes screenwriting workshop and theatre festival. (article published 2005-12-5) - Read more

WAVESCAPES
Expanded Wavescapes Surf Film Festival for Cape Town. (article published 2005-12-5) - Read more

SPIER FESTIVAL
The Spier Arts Trust Summer Season 2005/6 celebrates a decade of artistic talent. (article published 2005-12-4) - Read more

DEATH OF PROFESSOR SNEDDON
Professor Elizabeth Sneddon has died in Durban at the age of 98. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-11-24) - Read more

CONTEMPORARY THEATRE READINGS DURBAN WINNERS
Durban winners of NLDTF/PANSA Festival 2005. (article published 2005-11-16) - Read more

FLUX FESTIVAL 2005
Africa's greatest New Year's Party to take place in The Hidden Valley, Mooi River from December 30 to January 1. (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Business and arts partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

DIFF INVITES ENTRIES
Durban International Film Festival announces dates for 27th edition. (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

CAPE TOWN YOUTH FESTIVAL
2006 event calls for workshop proposals. (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

LET DURBAN LAUGH
Comedy Festival planned for BAT Centre on December 2 and Gateway on December 4 (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

YOUNG ARTIST AWARD WINNERS
Standard Bank announces winners for 2006. (article published 2005-11-11) - Read more

DURBAN SUMMER SEASON 2005/6
Much entertainment on offer during the holiday season. (article published 2005-11-4) - Read more

BEACH FESTIVALS
Durban’s summer season to incorporate three Beach Festivals. (article published 2005-11-4) - Read more

THEATRE SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on Theatre in Post-apartheid South Africa. (article published 2005-10-28) - Read more

CAPE TOWN WORLD CINEMA FESTIVAL
SITHENGI 2005 offers the pick of major African film Industry and media events! (article published 2005-10-20) - Read more

NLDTF CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund invites applications for Arts, Culture & National Heritage. (article published 2005-10-17) - Read more

STEEL DRUMS WOW THE CROWDS
11th Steel Drum Festival notches up another successful event. (article published 2005-09-26) - Read more

9th POETRY AFRICA
International Poetry Festival for Durban. (article published 2005-09-26) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA
The Standard Bank Awesome Africa Music Festival takes place in Durban on October 1 and 2. (article published 2005-09-26) - Read more

ONE FOR THE ROAD
Durban production of Pinter play invited to MACUFE Festival. (article published 2005-09-24) - Read more

KO VDO
First Durban Video Festival is brought to Durban by PULSE. (article published 2005-09-23) - Read more

HILTON FESTIVAL WRAP-UP
Overview of the 2005 Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (Report by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

WITNESS REVIEWS
Compilation of reviews on the Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (Courtesy of The Witness: September 19, 2005). (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

DON’T PUT A TEAT ON THE WHISKEY BOTTLE!
Amusing, endearing and highly entertaining one-man-show from John Whiteley reminds us of South Africa’s rich theatrical history. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

HERO
Brilliant performance but the piece becomes convoluted and loses its impact. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

ATTACHMENTS
Athena Mazarakis and Craig Morris create a superb dancing partnership in this piece that deals with relationships. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

ART OF CHARF
Elise Cawood and Wilson Dunster give fine performances in Paul Slabolepszy two-hander. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

THE WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Annual festival at Hilton College Theatre from September 16 to 18 true to its own benchmark form. (article published 2005-09-15) - Read more

VON MEMERTY AT HILTON
Ian von Memerty at the forthcoming Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2005-09-15) - Read more

INTERNATIONAL TRADITIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Festival programme centres on concert with Ladysmith Black Mambazo among the headline acts. (article published 2005-09-15) - Read more

BLACK MAMBA
More venomous comedy with a deadly bite at the Hilton Festival and Kwasuka Theatre. (article published 2005-09-11) - Read more

CELEBRATE ETHEKWINI 2005
Lots to Cheer About – Halala Durban!!! (article published 2005-09-9) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL
The Cape Town Festival invites all practitioners and performing and visual artists to take part in 2006 event. (article published 2005-09-5) - Read more

EMOYENI FESTIVAL
Camperdown festival caters to lovers of Blues, Folk, Country, Soft Rock, Southern Rock and Bluegrass. (article published 2005-09-2) - Read more

MUSIC REVIVAL AT HILTON
Concert series for The Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2005-08-28) - Read more

DANCE FEST 2005
Choreographers with new and original dance works invited to submit applications for festival. (article published 2005-08-28) - Read more

PANSA FORUM
Performing Arts Network of South Africa (PANSA) KZN presents forum on arts funding. (article published 2005-08-21) - Read more

DURBAN FASHION EXPERIENCE
Full week of fashion looks at new and upcoming designs. (article published 2005-08-20) - Read more

STANDARD BANK JOY OF JAZZ
Standard Bank's role in developing South African jazz takes shape at up-coming festival in Johannesburg. (article published 2005-08-20) - Read more

STEEL DRUM FESTIVAL
Rhythmic music and energy to fill the air at Durban Botanic Gardens on September 10. (article published 2005-08-16) - Read more

EMOYENI MUSIC FESTIVAL
Emoyeni Farm in Camperdown hosts music festival from September 2 to 4. (article published 2005-08-16) - Read more

ST ANNE’S THEATRE FESTIVAL 2005
Theatre festival at prestigious Hilton-based school now in full swing. (article published 2005-08-15) - Read more

JOMBA
2005 event promises to be biggest and best 12 day feast of international, national and local contemporary dance. (article published 2005-08-15) - Read more

LOVEBYTES @ ST ANNE’S
Siwela Sonke’s acclaimed production to have two performances at festival in Hilton. (article published 2005-08-8) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC COURT CASE
Media statement by the Performing Arts Network Of South Africa (PANSA) on the National Arts Council (NAC) court case: (article published 2005-08-7) - Read more

TRACES
Women’s Arts Festival piece set to generate much comment in local dance circles. (article published 2005-08-1) - Read more

HILTON FESTIVAL
Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival to take place from September 16 to 18. (article published 2005-07-22) - Read more

GROWING NUMBERS FOR NAF
Growing numbers indicate great support for the 31st National Arts Festival, Grahamstown. (article published 2005-07-17) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL
Ninth Playhouse South African Women's Arts Festival to take place from August 5 to 7. (article published 2005-07-17) - Read more

BORN THROUGH THE NOSE
Bheki Mkhwane’s consummate storytelling makes this a compelling dramatic piece. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-16) - Read more

IKUMKANIKAZI YEKHEPHU: THE SNOW QUEEN
DDK proves its international credibility in one of two operas presented on the National Arts Festival (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-15) - Read more

FROM MY POINT OF VIEW
Use of movement in well-presented Berkoff piece takes it out of the sleaze. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-12) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY: DAY 9 (JULY 8)
Media briefing by Minister of Arts and Culture and Tina le Roux is voted top crew member of the Festival (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-9) - Read more

BLACK MAMBA
Flamboyantly un-PC with some hilarious and bitingly clever sketches! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-9) - Read more

NOISES OFF
Michael Frayn’s brilliant farce still draws the laughs in Pieter Toerien production. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-9) - Read more

WOOD FOR THE TREES
Helen Iskander and James Cuningham team with Gys de Villiers and Rob van Vuuren for magical visual experience. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-9) - Read more

IMPRESSIONS
Invaluable exercise for young performers in well-disciplined dance programme. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-9) - Read more

FATE 4 AFRICA FOR FESTIVAL
Popular jazz group to join music line-up for Midlands Meander Creative Festival. (article published 2005-07-8) - Read more

NAF DIARY: DAY SEVEN (JULY 7)
Diary picks up, having missed a few days. (article published 2005-07-8) - Read more

TIBET FESTIVAL OF COMPASSION
Largest Tibetan cultural event to ever take place in Africa on July 17 at Durban's Jewish Club. (article published 2005-07-8) - Read more

IMPRESSIONS
Invaluable exercise for young performers in well-disciplined dance programme. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-8) - Read more

WINDOWS
Superbly designed and executed dance work marks a unique collaboration between two leading choreographers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-7) - Read more

STATIC
Clare Cassidy and Brian Wallace produce “comedy in 432½ acts” that should work well on the Fringe. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-7) - Read more

FRANK & STEIN
The brilliance is re-born in Grahamstown with the revival of Murray McGibbon’s hilarious horror spoof. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-7) - Read more

BUSINESS & ARTS SOUTH AFRICA SEMINARS
Seminar series July/August 2005: Making the most of fundraising: how to build effective partnerships. (article published 2005-07-6) - Read more

CHERRY UNDER MY FOOT
Josette Eales and Janna Ramos-Violante present fascinating journey into a woman’s subconscious mind. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-6) - Read more

THE STRONGER
Superb performances in brilliant production of Strindberg work. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-6) - Read more

PETRA
2005 Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner for dance presents powerful multi-layered work. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-5) - Read more

NAF DIARY: DAY FOUR (JULY 4)
“Petra” and “Full Circle” make for a fulfilling day. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-5) - Read more

FULL CIRCLE
Kobus Moolman creates excellent and riveting drama with superb performance from Anriette van Rooyen. (Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-5) - Read more

NAF FRINGE MUSIC
Music of all descriptions from reggae to opera on offer at National Arts Festival. (article published 2005-07-4) - Read more

NAF DIARY: DAY THREE (JULY 3)
Wim Botha’s exhibition and Mike van Graan’s new play. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-4) - Read more

THE SAVAGE SISTERS
Janet van Eeden explores the lives of the three authors through the eyes of students. (article published 2005-07-4) - Read more

GREIG AT NAF
Double dose of Greig Coetzee for Grahamstown. (article published 2005-07-4) - Read more

HOSTILE TAKEOVER
Mike van Graan pulls no punches with his latest play. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-4) - Read more

NAF DIARY: DAY TWO (JULY 2)
Family matters took up most of a day which included a UKZN Pietermaritzburg production. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-3) - Read more

NAF: THE ENCHANTED MOUNTAIN
Student theatre piece deals with Johannesburg archivist who records testimonies of those who knew Isaiah Shembe. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-3) - Read more

NAF DIARY: DAY ONE (JULY 1)
First day of the festival for me was spent establishing my portable office! (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-3) - Read more

HAMLET
NAF: Janet Suzman’s “Hamlet” presents a gutsy, volatile Prince of Denmark. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-07-3) - Read more

GOING TO GRAHAMSTOWN
artSMart Editor to relocate to Grahamstown temporarily for the Festival. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

WORDFEST 2005
National literature festival ready to roll in Grahamstown. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

INNIBOS
More than 40,000 visitors expected at Innibos. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

NAF VISUAL ARTS FRENZY
Unprecedented number of exhibitions showcasing an array of arts media. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

FIRST PHYS @ FEST
Gary Gordon’s innovative company has a strong presence at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

TELL US WHAT YOU THINK
Research sponsored by BASA into arts coverage in the mass media. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

VODACOM BEACH AFRICA CONCERTS
Integral part of this year’s Vodacom Beach Africa will be live music concerts on Durban beach front. (article published 2005-06-21) - Read more

INTERNATIONAL FILM AT NAF
Pick of recent international cinema at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2005-06-21) - Read more

WOW CALL FOR DELEGATES
Cape Women of the World (WOW) Festival invites delegates for conference in August. (article published 2005-06-21) - Read more

FULL CIRCLE
Kobus Moolman’s award winning play for National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2005-06-21) - Read more

WIRED AT OPPIKOPPI
Crafters invited for OppiKoppi’s 11th event to be presented by Levi’s ®t from August 6 to 8. (article published 2005-06-20) - Read more

NAF FRINGE
Discounts, divas and die-hards on National Arts Festival Fringe as well as healthy discounts! (article published 2005-06-17) - Read more

CAPE WOW 2005
This year’s event focuses on the younger generation. (article published 2005-06-17) - Read more

KEBBLE WINNERS AT NAF
Kebble winners Nathaniel Stern and The Keiskamma Project participate in Grahamstown National Arts Festival (article published 2005-06-17) - Read more

DIFF COMING UP!
26th Durban International Film Festival (article published 2005-06-13) - Read more

FAMILY AFFAIR ON NAF FRINGE
Families well catered for at the 2005 National Arts Festival Fringe. (article published 2005-06-12) - Read more

THEATRE AT NAF
All the world’s a stage at The National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2005-06-12) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL
Artists in all disciplines invited to take part in March 2006 Festival. (article published 2005-06-12) - Read more

D’ARTS MAGAZINE IS BACK!
Durban Arts Association’s highly popular magazine is back in business! (article published 2005-06-11) - Read more

FRANK&STEIN
Return of The Monstrous Hit, irreverently based on the gothic novel by Mary Shelley. (article published 2005-06-9) - Read more

CHALLENGING EXPERIMENTAL CINEMA
National Arts Festival hosts convention-defying experimental works. (article published 2005-06-6) - Read more

NOWAYOUTH FESTIVAL
Youth Day celebrations in BAT Centre galleries and courtyard. (article published 2005-06-6) - Read more

MIDLANDS MEANDER CREATIVE FESTIVAL
KZN visual arts groups invited to take stands at new festival at Midmar. (article published 2005-05-30) - Read more

VISUAL ART AT NAF
Visual art newsmakers at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown in 2005. (article published 2005-05-29) - Read more

SA FILMS AT NAF
Bumper crop of South African films at National Arts Festival. (article published 2005-05-29) - Read more

ARTSCAPE YOUTH JAZZ FESTIVAL
Cape Town’s Artscape revives youth jazz programme. (article published 2005-05-25) - Read more

WORDFEST AT NAF
Over 100 activities for lovers of reading and writing at National Arts Festival. (article published 2005-05-22) - Read more

NAF FREE EVENTS
Sizeable list of free events means all comers can get involved in the National Arts Festival. (article published 2005-05-20) - Read more

JAZZ OASIS AT NAF
National Arts Festival jazz component is a preferred watering hole for top jazz birds! (article published 2005-05-20) - Read more

NAV VISUAL ART
Visual art newsmakers at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2005-05-19) - Read more

NAF LIVE MUSIC
Live music round the clock at the National Arts Festival (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

LION’S RIVER MUSIC FESTIVAL
11 great bands to perform in Dargle on May 21. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

ACT APPLICATIONS DUE
Arts and Culture Trust to disburse R1,5 million. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

EXCELSIOR
NCAYF programme celebrates the achievements of the youth of KwaZulu-Natal. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

DANCE FOR JOY
NCAYF fun-filled programme for dancers aged five to twelve. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

BORN TO DANCE
NCAYF programme provides a challenge to choreographic skills of dancers in the community. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

ACT APPLICATIONS
Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) to disburse R1.5 million in arts funding. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

UPBEAT
Festival of Music taking place at Kearsney College, Botha's Hill, from May 27 to 29. (article published 2005-05-15) - Read more

NATIONAL CREATIVE ARTS YOUTH FESTIVAL
Brainchild of Professor Elizabeth Sneddon now in its 16th year. (article published 2005-05-9) - Read more

MELANIE KEARTLAND
The National Arts Festival, Grahamstown appoints Deputy Festival Director. (article published 2005-05-6) - Read more

DANCE AROUND THE SPECTRUM AT NAF
National Arts Festival, Grahamstown, offers a widely varied programme for 2005. (article published 2005-05-6) - Read more

SANCTA ONE ACT PLAY FESTIVAL 2005
New and existing amateur drama groups invited to join the fun at annual festival. (article published 2005-05-2) - Read more

BAXTER DANCE FESTIVAL
The Baxter Theatre Centre launches its first Dance Festival. (article published 2005-05-2) - Read more

NEW MUSIC RE-IMAGINES AFRICA
Rarely heard compositions from all over the continent at National Arts Festival. (article published 2005-04-27) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS 2005
The Art of Business Sponsorship celebrated at Eighth Annual Business Day/BASA Awards. (article published 2005-04-27) - Read more

SPIER DEADLINE EXTENDED
Call for submissions for the 10th Spier Arts Summer Season (2005/6) extended to May 10, 2005. (article published 2005-04-24) - Read more

INNIBOS LOWVELD NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Book accommodation now, say InniBos organisers. (article published 2005-04-21) - Read more

NATIONAL ANTIQUES & DECORATIVE ARTS FAIRE
Annual fair to take place from July 21 to 24 at Sandton Convention Centre. (article published 2005-04-18) - Read more

NLDTF INFO CENTRE
National Lotteries Board Information Centre now based at DTI campus in Tshwane. (article published 2005-04-14) - Read more

UP BEAT
Kearsney College to host eclectic autumn Music Festival in May. (article published 2005-04-8) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS NOMINEES
Nominees for Eighth Annual Business Day/BASA Awards celebrate The Art Of Business Sponsorship. (article published 2005-04-4) - Read more

THE WRITER AS ACTIVIST
Outspoken activist, Nawal El Saadawi to discuss writing as a means for social transformation. (article published 2005-04-4) - Read more

WOMEN IN WRITING
Women in Writing Workshop takes place during Time of the Writer Festival on April 5. (article published 2005-04-4) - Read more

TIME OF THE WRITER 2005
Annual literary festival brings together impressive array of writers from Africa and around the world. (article published 2005-04-4) - Read more

KEBBLE AT KKK
Kebble winners feature at the Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees (article published 2005-03-31) - Read more

HENNIE FOR CALABASH
Hendrik Baird appointed North West Cultural Calabash Project Co Ordinator. (article published 2005-03-27) - Read more

NAF EXHIBITIONS
New multi-media spectacles and culture-smart agendas for National Arts Festival. (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

NAF EVENTS
National Arts Festival Winter School, Children's Arts Festival and Transnet Village Green make up major programme. (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

FILM AT NAF
Festival 2005 offers a chance to catch on premières and important new South African movies. (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

THEATRE AT NAF
New scripts, top directors and fine performers for Grahamstown Festival. (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

DANCE AT NAF
National Arts Festival hosts an exciting and memorable combination of talents and styles. (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

CAPE TOWN JAZZ FESTIVAL
Roberta Flack, Johnny Clegg, Transglobal Underground, Suthukazi Arosi and Pitch Black Afro added to festival bill. (article published 2005-03-21) - Read more

RICHARD WALNE & BURLESQUE
Splashy veteran rewarded with star billing. (article published 2005-03-15) - Read more

RECONCILIATION FESTIVAL
BAT Centre’s three day festival highlights human rights issues and celebrates Africa. (article published 2005-03-15) - Read more

DURBAN’S EASTER 05
Hot sun and cool fun is what’s promised for a jam-packed March and April for Durban! (article published 2005-03-14) - Read more

SPLASHY GUITAR CHAMPIONSHIPS
Splashy Fen 2005 hosts Air Guitar and Wannabe-Stars Championships (article published 2005-03-7) - Read more

SPLASHY’S RAINBOW VILLAGE
Revamped Crafts Market will be in place at Splashy Fen 2005. (article published 2005-03-7) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL 2005
Full spectrum of arts genres showcased from March 6 to 26. (article published 2005-03-1) - Read more

DANCE UMBRELLA AT CONSTITUTION HILL
Among FNB Dance Umbrella highlights is new work from Durban-based choreographer Jay Pather. (article published 2005-03-1) - Read more

ARTS NETWORK FORUM
Invitation to all arts practitioners to attend important meeting. (article published 2005-02-26) - Read more

TUKS CELEBRATES DEMOCRACY & RECONCILIATION
University of Pretoria to host Arts and Reconciliation Festival and Conference. (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

NAF FRINGE DEADLINE
Deadline for submission of registration for National Arts Festival Fringe February 25. (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

CCA FESTIVALS
The Centre for Creative Arts Festival Calendar for 2005. (article published 2005-02-15) - Read more

RIVER ARTS MUSIC FESTIVAL
Classical and cultural music festival for Ladysmith in June. (article published 2005-02-15) - Read more

2004 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Deadline extended to February 15. (article published 2005-02-11) - Read more

WHAT’S UP IN 2010?
Anyone planning events for the 2010 World Cup soccer fans should submit information to artSMart. (article published 2005-02-9) - Read more

TSUNAMI RELIEF TABLE
Essenwood Market has a collection point for donations for tsunami victims. (article published 2005-01-18) - Read more

CAPE TOWN JAZZ FESTIVAL
First African and international artists announced on the bill of former North Sea Jazz Festival. (article published 2005-01-3) - Read more

ART WRAP
Report by Margaret von Klemperer, Arts Editor: The Witness (article published 2005-01-1) - Read more

TSUNAMI DISASTER FUND
East Coast Radio establishes disaster fund account. (article published 2005-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
Everything of the best for 2005. (article published 2004-12-31) - Read more

WOODSTOCK MUSIC FESTIVAL
Music Festival showcases over 50 different South African rock and pop bands in Port Elizabeth. (article published 2004-12-26) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
All the best of good cheer for the festive season. (article published 2004-12-23) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
All the best of good cheer for the festive season. (article published 2004-12-23) - Read more

CLEGG FOR SPIER
Johnny Clegg brings his magic to the Spier Amphitheatre (article published 2004-12-22) - Read more

AUTO & GENERAL SUPPORTS SPIER
Auto & General shows commitment to local talent with R1.3 million donation to 2004-2005 Spier Arts Summer Season. (article published 2004-12-22) - Read more

SOUTH COAST MUSIC FESTIVAL
Music legends appear on festival made possible by the sponsorship of the Ugu District Municipality. (article published 2004-12-19) - Read more

THE FLUX FESTIVAL
Popular event outside Mooi River once again set to see in the New Year with a bang. (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN FRINGE
The 2005 National Arts Festival, Grahamstown requests Fringe Applications by February 27. (article published 2004-12-4) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
2004 awards to be presented by Anglo American. (article published 2004-12-4) - Read more

DA STATEMENT
DA welcomes indications that the whole NAC Board has been fired by the Minister. Statement issued by Dianne Kohler Barnard MP (DA Spokesperson on Arts and Culture) (article published 2004-11-30) - Read more

FLUX FESTIVAL 2004
Line-up of best DJ’s and live acts countrywide ready to roll. (article published 2004-11-25) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC #2
PANSA commends Minister for moving towards the dissolution of the NAC Board. (article published 2004-11-25) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC
Media statement by The Performing Arts Network of South Africa (PANSA) on The National Arts Council. (article published 2004-11-25) - Read more

IOFA CONFERENCE
2006 Indian Ocean Trade Fair & Conference to take place in Durban. (article published 2004-11-13) - Read more

ACT AWARD WINNERS 2004
Winners of Annual Arts And Culture Trust (Act) Awards Announced. (article published 2004-11-7) - Read more

SPIER SUMMER ARTS SEASON
Spier Arts Trust to launch Spier Summer Arts Season on December 10. (article published 2004-11-2) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2004-11-2) - Read more

DEPT OF ARTS & CULTURE HAS LET SA DOWN
Statement issued by Dianne Kohler Barnard MP (DA Spokesperson on Arts and Culture) (article published 2004-10-28) - Read more

POETRY AFRICA CLOSES
Eighth Poetry Africa Festival ends on October 23 with impressive line-up of poets. (article published 2004-10-22) - Read more

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL
Ster Kinekor's Gateway complex to host line-up of 13 films. (article published 2004-10-22) - Read more

BOTSOTSO 13 & GOVA
Adams Campus Bookshop and Botsotso Publishing launch journal’s tenth anniversary edition and work by sicamtho poet. (article published 2004-10-19) - Read more

2004 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2004-10-19) - Read more

CAPE TOWN WORLD CINEMA FESTIVAL
Special focus on South African films in line with Ten Years of Freedom celebrations. (article published 2004-10-15) - Read more

DORDRECHT COUNTRY FESTIVAL
Enjoy a weekend getaway in the Stormberg Country Mountains. (article published 2004-10-15) - Read more

FORT WEST FESTIVAL
Fort West Village hosts heritage and cultural festival. (article published 2004-10-9) - Read more

SUCCESSFUL AARDKLOP
Festival ticket sales 85,535 and open air rock concert the most successful yet. (article published 2004-10-9) - Read more

STORYTELLERS NEEDED
Sibikwa desperately seeks storytellers. (article published 2004-10-7) - Read more

CERVANTINO FESTIVAL
South African musicians and dancers set to enthral thousands at premier Latin American cultural festival. (article published 2004-10-7) - Read more

POETRY AFRICA 2004
Eighth festival brings together powerful contingent of poets and spoken word specialists. (article published 2004-10-7) - Read more

NEW PLAYHOUSE COUNCIL
National Minster of Arts and Culture appoints new Council for Playhouse Company. (article published 2004-10-4) - Read more

KZN ON THE AIR FOR SAFM
KwaZulu-Natal to feature prominently in new week-night broadcast schedule on SAfm Radio. (article published 2004-10-1) - Read more

TRADITIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Playhouse Company to presents its first international traditional arts festival in eclectic programme. (article published 2004-09-25) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA
This year’s festival concentrates on Drums for Freedom theme. (article published 2004-09-25) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA
This year’s festival concentrates on Drums for Freedom theme. (article published 2004-09-24) - Read more

COMICS BREW AT NSA
NSA Gallery presents exhibition of International Comic Art compiled and curated by Anton Kannemeijernd. (article published 2004-09-24) - Read more

CELEBRATE DURBAN
All roads lead to Albert Park for the culmination of the Celebrate Durban festivities. (article published 2004-09-24) - Read more

SIPHO GUMEDE TRIBUTE CANCELLED
Tribute to late Durban guitar legend cancelled due to legal issues. (article published 2004-09-21) - Read more

WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Wrap-up of 12th annual festival held at Hilton College. (Report by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2004-09-21) - Read more

WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Wrap-up of 12th annual festival held at Hilton College. (Report by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2004-09-21) - Read more

NAC MUST REINSTATE SUSPENDED STAFF
Statement by Diane Kohler-Barnard MP, DA Spokesperson on Arts and Culture. (article published 2004-09-16) - Read more

AWARDS FOR SBO AND ONDINE
Sbonakaliso Ndaba and Ondine Bello among award winners at 8th Women’s Arts Festival. (article published 2004-09-14) - Read more

ART AT WEDGEWOOD
Exhibition of established and up-and-coming artists to coincide with The Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2004-09-8) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA
Standard Bank’s Awesome Africa Music Festival to run from September 24 to 26. (article published 2004-09-8) - Read more

CELEBRATE DURBAN
The City celebrates its cultural diversity during September. (article published 2004-09-7) - Read more

AXING OF SAFM PERSONNEL
Statement by Dianne Kohler-Barnard MP, DA Spokesperson on Arts and Culture (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

BASA MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME
BASA/Marketing Federation South Africa Mentorship Programme ready to be implemented. (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

NAF APPLICATIONS
Performance applications open for 2005 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

THE WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
12th annual arts festival takes place at Hilton College from September 17 to 19. (article published 2004-08-28) - Read more

JOMBA! CONTEMPORAY DANCE EXPERIENCE
All-Africa event dances, stamps and leaps to the rhythms of African contemporary dance work. (article published 2004-08-20) - Read more

JOY OF JAZZ
Soulman Earl Klugh to kickstart inspiring jazz festival in Johannesburg. (article published 2004-08-14) - Read more

JOHANNESBURG'S ARTS ALIVE
International festival celebrates 10 years of democracy with strong African component. (article published 2004-08-14) - Read more

ARTS & CULTURE STAKEHOLDERS FORUM
Minister of Arts, Culture and Tourism talks about proposed KZN Arts Festival. (by Margaret von Klemperer, Arts Editor, The Witness) (article published 2004-08-12) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Standard Bank presents one of the key events on the KZN cultural calendar. (article published 2004-08-11) - Read more

AARDKLOP 2004
Seven year old Potchefstroom festival bound to burst its seams this year. (article published 2004-07-30) - Read more

LIVING LEGEND FOR GUMEDE
The late Sipho Gumede to be honoured with inaugural award. (article published 2004-07-29) - Read more

SA WOMEN'S ARTS FESTIVAL 2004
Playhouse Company’s eighth annual celebration of women through the arts. (article published 2004-07-29) - Read more

SA SWEDISH PARTNERSHIP
SA and Swedish cultural ministers enter partnership programme. (article published 2004-07-26) - Read more

CLASSIFIEDS
Visit artSMart’s classified section – see link above the Archive list. (article published 2004-07-26) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Feedback on 2004 event and award winners in variety of categories. (article published 2004-07-25) - Read more

NATAL WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
The 2004 festival takes place in the Hilton College Theatre from September 17 to 19. (article published 2004-07-25) - Read more

NATIONAL QUILT FESTIVAL 2004
An astonishing and magnificent array of creative art using fabric and embroidery. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-07-24) - Read more

NAF ATTENDANCE
30th National Arts Festival attendance figures show a successful festival. (article published 2004-07-23) - Read more

NATIONAL QUILT FESTIVAL
ICC to host 650 quilters from around South Africa. (article published 2004-07-21) - Read more

HONOUR
Impeccable direction and superb cast present sophisticated story of marital break-up. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-07-10) - Read more

TALL STORY
Belinda Chapman proves she walks tall as a performer. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-07-10) - Read more

THE KING OF LAUGHTER
Hilarious play deals with the skill of understanding laughter. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-07-10) - Read more

JOHNNY BOSKAK IS FEELING FUNNY
Greig Coetzee’s new solo show explores the situation of one small man against the world. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, The Witness Arts Editor) (article published 2004-07-9) - Read more

GREEN MAN FLASHING
Mike van Graan’s new play pulls no punches. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-07-7) - Read more

THE END IS NAAI
Sultan of satire celebrates his 28th year of performing at the NAF. (Review by Clinton Marius) (article published 2004-07-5) - Read more

GURU FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
Highly entertaining comedy about the New Age movement to play the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2004-06-29) - Read more

INTRODANS
Acclaimed Netherlands dance company to visit South Africa. (article published 2004-06-29) - Read more

CAPE FILM FESTIVAL
The Cape Town World Cinema Festival launched for 2004! (article published 2004-06-28) - Read more

NEW VOICES AT NAF
Twenty Eastern Cape dance-makers featured in Physical Theatre Company's New Voices 2004. (article published 2004-06-28) - Read more

THEATRE ON THE 2004 FRINGE
Seasoned writers and directors rub shoulders with newcomers NAF fringe theatre programme. (article published 2004-06-28) - Read more

NAF FUN
Comedy on the 2004 Fringe of the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2004-06-24) - Read more

YOUNG ARTIST AWARD MUSIC
Standard Bank gives Young Artist Award posthumously to jazz phenomenon. (article published 2004-06-23) - Read more

SOUTH 1
Five-year programme develops networks for cultural exchange between countries of the south. (article published 2004-06-23) - Read more

10 YEARS OF COLOUR
Final Official Lesbian and Gay Pride Programme. (article published 2004-06-18) - Read more

GREEN MAN FLASHING
Mike van Graan’s award-winning play makes professional debut in Grahamstown. (article published 2004-06-18) - Read more

DIFF EXHIBITION
Local History Museums and Centre for Creative Arts presents retrospective view of film festival. (article published 2004-06-14) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL FILMS
Newest and best in film for Grahamstown this year. (article published 2004-06-14) - Read more

INTSHA FESTIVAL
Stable Theatre to host annual Youth Festival. (article published 2004-06-14) - Read more

SUCCESSFUL KEARSNEY FEST
Kearsney College Music Festival a huge success! (article published 2004-06-14) - Read more

YOUTH CONTRIBUTION
South African youth take the future with tribute to Ten Years of Democracy at Bat Centre. (article published 2004-06-14) - Read more

NAF JAZZ
Journey to the sound of jazz with the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2004-06-12) - Read more

DBD TO BELGIUM
Durban Black Drifters to perform at Dranouter festival in Belgium. (article published 2004-06-6) - Read more

DEADLINE FOR DI KONOKONO
Deadline June 26 for those interested in participating in the annual Arts and Culture Festival. (article published 2004-06-6) - Read more

NAF CABARET
Commenting on cabaret in Grahamstown this festival. (article published 2004-06-3) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE PLANS
The Playhouse Company’s new arts plans begin to unroll. (article published 2004-06-3) - Read more

NAF MUSIC
Scores of top musicians converge on the National Arts Festival. (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

NAF WINTER SCHOOL
Ideas go live at the National Arts Festival's Winter School. (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Two landmark occasions to be celebrated at this year’s DIFF. (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

TGCSA ACCOMMODATION GUIDE
New tourism guide is the answer to the prayers of al travellers. (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

YAEL’S LOVE STORY
The National Arts Festival produces a love story for real. (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

NAF OUTDOOR THEATRE
Eight free outdoor shows in Grahamstown for National Arts Festival (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

NAF DANCE
The best of both worlds for National Arts Festival dance programme (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

KEARSNEY COLLEGE MUSIC FESTIVAL
Weekend of eclectic music, fab food and crafts from June 11 to 13. (article published 2004-06-1) - Read more

NONTUTHUZELO ELAINE PUOANE
Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner for music considered a worthy recipient. (article published 2004-05-31) - Read more

ALL FIRED UP
Making Mosaic at Kearsney festival workshop! (article published 2004-05-31) - Read more

CRAFTERS WELCOME AT FEST
All crafters and art-makers invited to exhibit at inaugural Kearsney College Music Festival. (article published 2004-05-31) - Read more

CLASSIFIEDS
Visit artSMart’s classified section – see link above the Archive list. (article published 2004-05-31) - Read more

WINTER SEASON 2004
Durban offers bumper line-up of nine crowdpullers this winter season. (article published 2004-05-30) - Read more

AARDKLOP SEEKS NEW DIRECTORS
Deadline for applications is May 17 for free crash course in May in Johannesburg. (article published 2004-05-16) - Read more

ARTSLINK CALENDAR
Artslink.co.za's annual calendar offers a national directory of annual arts festivals and entertainment events. (article published 2004-05-14) - Read more

DIANNE IS SHADOW MINISTER
Dianne Kohler Barnard appointed DA spokesperson on Arts and Culture. (article published 2004-05-11) - Read more

FREEDOM FORTNIGHT
The decade of democracy is being celebrated in Durban in a variety of ways. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

THE ART OF BUSINESS SPONSORSHIP
KZN organisations among the nominees for the Annual Business Day/Basa Awards. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

OUT OF BOUNDS FOR FESTIVAL
National School of the Art’s Festival of Fame includes Rajesh Gopie’s drama. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
This year’s festival to run from September 17 to 19. (article published 2004-04-26) - Read more

INDIAN OCEAN FESTIVAL
Feedback from the inaugural meeting of the Indian Ocean Festival Association. (article published 2004-04-13) - Read more

REVIVING THE DRUMBEAT
Jazz journalism training held at NSJF Cape Town 2004 (article published 2004-04-13) - Read more

15th SPLASHY FEN FESTIVAL
Annual music festival promises widest ranging and most accomplished roster of artists. (article published 2004-04-13) - Read more

THE OPPIKOPPI
Easter fest prepares for OppiKoppi festival in August. (article published 2004-04-13) - Read more

NAF VISUAL ARTS PROGRAMME
Durban textile artist Daina Mabunda appears as co-artist in residence at 30th National Arts Festival Programme. (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

NAF MUSIC PROGRAMME
Celebration as the 30th National Arts Festival Programme is announced. (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

NAF FILM PROGRAMME
Celebration as the 30th National Arts Festival Programme is announced. (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

DIE BURGER SUIDOOSTERFEES
Western Cape arts festival to take place on September 24 and 25 in Bellville. (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

NAF THEATRE PROGRAMME
Celebration as the 30th National Arts Festival Programme is announced. (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

NAF DANCE PROGRAMME
Celebration as the 30th National Arts Festival Programme is announced. (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

EASTER AT RUSTLERS
Easter Unity Party at Rustlers Valley from April 9 to 12. (article published 2004-04-5) - Read more

LOTTO NOT FOR POLITICAL DONATIONS
National Lotteries Board clarify Uthingo’s recent donation by to political parties not from funds earmarked for good causes. (article published 2004-04-5) - Read more

FUNDRAISING WORKSHOPS
PANSA secures services of Dr Riaan Els to conduct workshop in Durban on May 21. (article published 2004-04-3) - Read more

ABSA AT KKKK
Absa's involvement to help make the biggest Afrikaans cultural festival an even greater success than in the past. (article published 2004-04-3) - Read more

AARDKLOP 2004
New, contempory and cutting edge work encouraged for Aardklop National Arts Festival. (article published 2004-04-2) - Read more

AARDKLOP CRAFT
Craft Market Applications wanted for annual Potchefstroom festival. (article published 2004-04-2) - Read more

FORUM ON POLITICAL PARTIES’ ARTS POLICIES
Arts community in all its disciplines invite political parties to present overview of arts and culture policies on April 3. (article published 2004-03-28) - Read more

FREEDOM FORTNIGHT
Activities to celebrate a Decade of Democracy in Durban. (article published 2004-03-28) - Read more

BRIDGING FINANCE
Praise for the generosity of the Bartel Arts Trust. (article published 2004-03-28) - Read more

NAF TRAIN
Avoid accommodation, long-distance driving and vehicle hassles by travelling to Grahamstown by train. (article published 2004-03-26) - Read more

PANSA ELECTIONS FORUM
All parties have been invited to speak to arts and culture practitioners on the theme: “Why should artists vote for you?" (article published 2004-03-23) - Read more

DAC CELEBRATION EVENTS
Department of Arts and Culture launch of 10 Years of Freedom Programme. (article published 2004-03-1) - Read more

OUT IN AFRICA
10th South African Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 2004 runs in Durban and Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2004-02-28) - Read more

TIME OF THE WRITER FESTIVAL
Six-day international festival of writers takes place in Durban from March 22 to 27. (article published 2004-02-21) - Read more

FNB DANCE UMBRELLA 2004
Boyzie Cekwana, Lliane Loots, Hlengiwe Lushaba and Sbonakaliso Ndaba to appear in 16th contemporary choreography and dance festival in Gauteng. (article published 2004-02-16) - Read more

ACT INVITES APPLICATIONS
The Arts & Culture Trust calls for funding applications. (article published 2004-02-13) - Read more

NORTH SEA JAZZ FESTIVAL
Angie Stone, Stanley Clarke, Abdullah Ibrahim and Freshlyground join Cassandra Wilson, Miriam Makeba with Trio, Femi Kuti & Positive Force and Jonathan Butler. (article published 2004-02-9) - Read more

NAF FRINGE DEADLINE
Deadline is February 27 for submission of registration forms for National Arts Festival fringe programme. (article published 2004-02-9) - Read more

2003 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2004-01-22) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE SET TO RECLAIM FORMER ROLE
New Playhouse Company energy set to make marked difference to Durban theatre industry. (Report by Caroline Smart. This article appeared in an edited form in The Mercury on January 19, 2004)) (article published 2004-01-20) - Read more

POWER HOUSE PRESENCE
Return of Linda Bukhosini to the Playhouse might well be seen as the light at the end of a tunnel. (Report by William Charlton-Perkins) (article published 2004-01-16) - Read more

BATTLE OF ISANDLWANA RE-ENACTMENT
Celebration of Zulu Heritage Festival to provide fourth annual re-enactment of 125-year old battle. (article published 2004-01-13) - Read more

AARDKLOP/SABC2 WINNERS
Winners of four cabaret and music theatre texts and text development project. (article published 2003-12-30) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
All the best to artSMart readers. (article published 2003-12-25) - Read more

2004 CCA FESTIVAL DATES
Dates for 2004 set for Centre for Creative Arts major events. (article published 2003-12-23) - Read more

INNIBOS 2004
The First Lowveld National Arts Festival (article published 2003-12-20) - Read more

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR APPOINTED
Linda Bukhosini appointed Artistic Director of the Playhouse Company. (article published 2003-12-10) - Read more

SUGAR BUSH FESTIVAL
Line up of musical entertainment to suit all tastes on South Coast festival. (article published 2003-12-8) - Read more

SPLASHY FEN 2004
Annual festival to take place in the Underberg over the Easter Weekend. (article published 2003-11-23) - Read more

NORTH SEA JAZZ FESTIVAL
Cape Town festival moves to new venue. (article published 2003-11-21) - Read more

STANDARD BANK ANNOUNCES AWARDS
Names of Young Artist Award winners for 2004 released. (article published 2003-11-20) - Read more

NICKY FOR BASA KZN
Nicky du Plessis appointed BASA regional representative for KZN. (article published 2003-11-17) - Read more

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR REQUIRED
The Arts Education Department of the Grahamstown Foundation invites applications. (article published 2003-11-16) - Read more

AARDKLOP DATES
Dates have been decided for Aardklop 2004: (article published 2003-11-12) - Read more

NAF CONTRIBUTION
The National Arts Festival, a major economic benefit to the Eastern Cape. (article published 2003-11-9) - Read more

LOWVELD NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Brand new festival scheduled to take place from June 30 to July 3, 2004. (article published 2003-11-9) - Read more

BRINCAT ARTICLE
Dialogue opened in the Letters to the Editor section in response to Aldo Brincat’s article in This Day. (article published 2003-10-21) - Read more

SUGAR BUSH FESTIVAL 2003
Music festival focusing on the outdoor life takes place on the South Coast. (article published 2003-10-18) - Read more

AARDKLOP PROJECTS
New projects will ensure and reinforce festival’s vision of sustainability. (article published 2003-10-18) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA - THE BEST EVER!
Albert Park hosts 100% incident free event attracting nearly 7,000 music lovers. (article published 2003-10-8) - Read more

HILTON WRAP UP
Reviews of The Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival from Margaret von Klemperer, Peter Mitchell and Stephen Coan. (Courtesy of The Natal Witness) (article published 2003-09-24) - Read more

AWESOME SECURITY
Parking and security a priority at Awesome Africa Music Festival. (article published 2003-09-18) - Read more

KNYSNA ARTS EXPERIENCE
Annual festival taking place from September 26 to October 5. (article published 2003-09-18) - Read more

TRAVEL PACKAGES FOR ARTS ALIVE
Arts Alive fans in Cape Town and Durban can take advantage of various travel packages. (article published 2003-09-14) - Read more

HAPPY NATIVES
My previous reservations now dispelled, back home in KZN “Happy Natives” is as excellent “must-see”. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-09-4) - Read more

SHARON BACK FOR AWESOME!
Grammy-Nominee Sharon Katz returns to perform in Durban. (article published 2003-08-25) - Read more

NATAL WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Line-up of impressive drama, dance, comedy, music and cabaret. (article published 2003-08-25) - Read more

WOODSTOCK 5 - BLUNT STAGE
Sponsored by popular magazine, the stage will showcase the best in emerging music fields. (article published 2003-08-25) - Read more

WANT TO PERFORM AT NAF?
Performance Applications Open For 2004 National Arts Festival, Grahamstown. (article published 2003-08-23) - Read more

WANT TO PERFORM AT NAF?
Performance Applications Open For 2004 National Arts Festival, Grahamstown. (article published 2003-08-23) - Read more

AARDKLOP 2003
Sbonakaliso Ndaba, Fantastic Flying Fish, Ellis Pearson and Bheki Mkhwane for Potchefstroom arts festival. (article published 2003-08-20) - Read more

ARTS ALIVE
Johannesburg’s Arts Alive International Festival in September aims to reposition the city as the cultural hub of the African continent. (article published 2003-08-20) - Read more

JOMBA! CONTEMPORARY DANCE EXPERIENCE
Highlight in Durban’s dance calendar. (article published 2003-08-18) - Read more

KOLLIG ARTS FESTIVAL
Kollig Arts Festival to present 10 shows at the Port Natal School in Umbilo. (article published 2003-08-13) - Read more

OPPIKOPPI MUSIC FESTIVAL
“Hond uit ‘n Box” Festival takes place from August 8 to 10 in Northam in the Northern Province. (article published 2003-07-27) - Read more

WEEKLY RADIO INSERTS - RSG
Thomie Holtzhausen to present regular contributions to Afrikaans arts radio programme. (article published 2003-07-19) - Read more

NAF 2003 PRONOUNCED SUCCESSFUL
National Arts Festival 2003 attendance figures indicate a successful festival. (article published 2003-07-9) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – July 5
Day Nine (Saturday) of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-07-8) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – JULY 4
Day Eight (Friday) of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-07-8) - Read more

HAPPY NATIVES
Greig Coetzee’s new full-length play is a winner but lacks South African lifeblood as yet. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-07-8) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – July3
Day Seven (Thursday) of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-07-4) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – July2
Day Six (Wednesday) of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-07-4) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – July2
Day Six (Wednesday) of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-07-3) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – JULY 1
Day Five (Tuesday) of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (Apologies for the previous incorrectly dated entries) (article published 2003-07-3) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – JULY 2 (earlier entry was wrong date)
Day Five of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-07-3) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – JULY 2
Day Five of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-07-3) - Read more

NAF FILMS
South African film comes of age at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2003-07-1) - Read more

NAF WINTER SCHOOL
Brain-gym at the National Arts Festival Winter School lectures in Grahamstown. (article published 2003-07-1) - Read more

NAF FRINGE MUSIC
Music mania on the National Arts Festival Fringe in Grahamstown. (article published 2003-07-1) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – JUNE 30
Day Four (Monday) of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-07-1) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – JUNE 29
Day three of the National Arts Festival – report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-06-30) - Read more

VERGISSMEINNICHT
Acting is brilliant and the idea is clever, just needs reworking of the structure. (Review by Andrew Verster) (article published 2003-06-30) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – JUNE 28
Day Two of the National Arts Festival – Report by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-06-30) - Read more

VERGISSMEINNICHT
Clinton Marius's new play premieres at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, Arts Editor, Natal Witness) (article published 2003-06-29) - Read more

ORDINARY MAN
Physical theatre in the true festival spirit in Grahamstown! (Review by Luke Thomas) (article published 2003-06-29) - Read more

ORDINARY MAN
Physical theatre in the true festival spirit in Grahamstown! (Review by Luke Thomas) (article published 2003-06-29) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARY – JUNE 26
Day one of the National Arts Festival - by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-06-28) - Read more

MY BIG FAT GREEK FESTIVAL
Fun event to encompass entire Wilson’s Wharf area. (article published 2003-06-25) - Read more

DOLPHIN COAST UMDWEBO
Celebration of the art of fine living to take place in the Ballito area in July. (article published 2003-06-20) - Read more

DANCE AT NAF
Dance showcases the language of the body at the National Arts Festival. (article published 2003-06-16) - Read more

OVERSEAS ARTISTES AT NAF
International performers flock to the National Arts Festival (article published 2003-06-16) - Read more

YAEL FARBER
Yael Farber is last year’s Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner for Drama. (article published 2003-06-16) - Read more

GEORGY PORGY
One of Roald Dahl’s most celebrated comic characters to be performed by Thomie Holtzhausen. (article published 2003-06-11) - Read more

YOUTH DAY FESTIVAL
Young People for Change present celebration at Princess Magogo Stadium Kwa Mashu on June 15. (article published 2003-06-9) - Read more

NAF IRRESISTIBLE COMEDY
Cream of South Africa’s comedy talent on the National Arts Festival Fringe. (article published 2003-06-9) - Read more

FESTIVAL CABARET
Cabaret and cocktails at the 2003 National Arts Festival Fringe (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

VERGISSMEINNICHT
Festival premiere for new South African stage drama by Durban actor-writer. (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

NETWORK FOR ARTS AND CULTURE SOUTH AFRICA (NACSA)
NACSA accepts apology of Director General of Department of Arts and Culture (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

NAF FRINGE BOOKING OPENS
Book now for the National Arts Festival Fringe. (article published 2003-05-23) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Business wins for sponsorship of the arts (article published 2003-05-23) - Read more

ALL-INDIGENOUS THEATRE PROGRAMME FOR NAF
National Arts Festival to host 11 new and recent plays. (article published 2003-05-22) - Read more

NAF PREMIERES
Four film premières for National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2003-05-19) - Read more

SING FOR JOY!
Massed Choral Festival forms part of National Creative Arts Youth Festival. (article published 2003-05-18) - Read more

FESTIVAL MUSIC
Exciting programme planned for the 2003 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2003-05-18) - Read more

NAC NEWS
National Arts Council funding and appointment of new staff. (article published 2003-05-18) - Read more

GREG KING FOR KWASUKA
Award-winning director has tenure for 18 months at Kwasuka Theatre. (article published 2003-05-15) - Read more

DOLPHIN COAST UMDWEBO
Celebration of the art of fine living to take place in the Ballito area in July. (article published 2003-04-9) - Read more

ACT BACK ON THE ARTS SCENE
Applications for the funding of arts, culture and heritage projects close on May 23. (article published 2003-04-9) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2003
Vote online for top achievers in the KZN arts community. (article published 2003-04-8) - Read more

VAN ZYL SLABBERT AARDKLOP CHAIRMAN
New chairman of Aardklop National Arts Festival. (article published 2003-04-6) - Read more

OPPIKOPPI EASTER FESTIVAL
Annual festival of music taking place at Northam in the Bushveld. (article published 2003-04-6) - Read more

THEATRE SURVEY
Long-awaited survey puts posters and word of mouth as major influential factors to attend theatre. (article published 2003-03-30) - Read more

FESTIVAL SHOWCASE
Exciting addition to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2003-03-29) - Read more

2003 NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL PROGRAMME
“Home at last and proud to be South African” is the motto of South Africa’s largest cultural festival. (article published 2003-03-22) - Read more

INFO SERVICE
Tourist brochure distribution service expands its network. (article published 2003-03-17) - Read more

NEW SPONSORSHIP FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
National Arts Festival in Grahamstown scoops two new sponsorship partners. (article published 2003-03-11) - Read more

LEISURESMART
Renamed of pages to (article published 2003-03-1) - Read more

THEATRE DIARY
Publication aims to attract a larger audience from both inside and outside of Durban. (article published 2003-02-18) - Read more

AARDKLOP 2003
Closing date for proposals in all genres is April 30. (article published 2003-02-3) - Read more

RE-ENACTMENT OF THE BATTLE OF ISANDLWANA
Dramatic episode of South African history enacted in northern KZN. (article published 2003-01-22) - Read more

NEW BOARD FOR THE PLAYHOUSE
Interim Board appointed by the Minister of Arts, Culture, Science & Technology for the Playhouse Company. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-01-17) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
All the very best for 2003! (article published 2002-12-31) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
Best wishes for a safe and joyous festive season. (article published 2002-12-25) - Read more

ST ANDREWS STREET MUSIC FESTIVAL
Durban Music School and local residents organize fun event to stimulate music education. (article published 2002-11-19) - Read more

YOUNG ARTIST AWARDS
Standard Bank announces Young Artist Awards for 2003. (article published 2002-11-19) - Read more

DULLSTROOM FESTIVAL
Fly fishing festival offers dynamic creative and artistic programme. (article published 2002-11-10) - Read more

OUDTSHOORN YOUTH FESTIVAL
Southern Cape town to host festival focusing on youth. (article published 2002-11-9) - Read more

PERFORMING ARTS SURVEY
Those wishing to support the performing arts are urged to complete questionnaires now available in libraries (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

SPRINGCAMPAIGN
Durban Africa celebrates spring with a diverse range of cultural and leisure activities. (article published 2002-10-11) - Read more

THE CATALINA
A new theatre rises on the new Wilson’s Wharf development at the Yacht Mole. (article published 2002-10-5) - Read more

SPRINGCAMPAIGN
Durban Africa celebrates spring with a diverse range of cultural and leisure activities. (article published 2002-09-24) - Read more

HILTON WRAP UP
Review on the Hilton Arts Festival from Margaret von Klemperer (courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2002-09-24) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Annual arts festival in the Midlands kicks off to a sparkling start. (article published 2002-09-20) - Read more

AL CAPONE AT AARDKLOP
Cool sound at Al Capone Club at Potchefstroom festival. (article published 2002-09-16) - Read more

FLUX FESTIVAL
Biggest New Year party around for Mooi River. (article published 2002-09-15) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
23rd film festival to take place at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Berea Cine Centre and other venues in and around Durban. (article published 2002-09-6) - Read more

GOING PLACES
Online source of entertainment and lifestyle information offers theatre/accommodation packages for those living outside Durban. (article published 2002-09-3) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO EVE STUART
Professor Elizabeth Sneddon pays tribute to a life-long friend. (article published 2002-09-3) - Read more

WINNERS OF STEEL DRUM FESTIVAL
8th People’s Bank Steel Drum Festival presented with much success. (article published 2002-08-25) - Read more

JOMBA! FRINGE
Performance platform offered for local dancers and choreographers on August 25. (article published 2002-08-22) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
23rd Durban International Film Festival mainly based at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre. (article published 2002-08-20) - Read more

FILM MAKERS WORKSHOP
Free workshop on basic video production offered as part of Durban International Film Festival. (article published 2002-08-19) - Read more

IRISH FILM FESTIVAL
The International Advertising Festival of Ireland invites entries – deadline August 23. (article published 2002-08-19) - Read more

WOODSTOCK 4'S VIP AREA
The Jameson Whiskey VIP lounge will allow music lovers to enjoy the festival in style. (article published 2002-08-18) - Read more

ST ANNE'S THEATRE FESTIVAL 2002
Festival of theatre taking place at Hilton outside Pietermaritzburg from August 15 to21. (article published 2002-08-18) - Read more

FROM PICKWICK to PYGMALION
Potpourri of theatrical delights from Eleanor Stewart & Dennis Rubin for Hilton Festival. (article published 2002-08-18) - Read more

AARDKLOP
Exciting literary and dance events at Potchefstroom festival (article published 2002-08-18) - Read more

BOOKING OPEN FOR HILTON
Booking now open for the Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival in September. (article published 2002-08-12) - Read more

UPDATE ON SNEDDON FIRE
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre manager Jackie Cunniffe gives an update on yesterday’s fire: (article published 2002-08-8) - Read more

FIRE AT THE SNEDDON
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre catches on fire but damage not too devastating. (article published 2002-08-7) - Read more

23RD DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Over 100 films to be shown in annual film festival held in Durban. (article published 2002-08-5) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA
Annual music festival hosted by Standard Bank for Durban. (article published 2002-08-5) - Read more

BOMAME FOR AFRICA
Celebration of Women’s Day on August 9 at Playhouse. (article published 2002-08-5) - Read more

SMIRNOFF COMEDY
Some 18 comedians head for Cape Town for the 6th annual Smirnoff International Comedy Festival. (article published 2002-08-3) - Read more

KOLLIG FEST
Nine top productions from Klein Karoo Kunstefees for Kollig Festival. (article published 2002-08-3) - Read more

GREEN MAMBA
John van de Ruit and Ben Voss bring their successful production back to KZN after National Arts Festival success. (article published 2002-08-3) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Pick of South African theatre, music and dance for a three day festival. (article published 2002-07-28) - Read more

LOSING UTOPIA
Strong dialogue and interesting arguments fail to make cohesive whole of student production. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-21) - Read more

TANGKUPA
The magic of the stage comes to life in Tangkupa. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-20) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN 2002
A wrap-up of this year’s National Arts Festival proves that it was one of the best ever! (Review by Caroline Smart and Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-19) - Read more

HOW GRAHAM WEIR HAS ACCIDENTALLY MANAGED TO STAY ALIVE
Intense and honest singer’s performance much enjoyed. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-18) - Read more

NOT WINNERS
Durban learners scoop prizes at NOT Festival. (article published 2002-07-16) - Read more

GOOD GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL
National Arts Festival 2002 attendance figures up from 2001. (article published 2002-07-15) - Read more

MAGIC MAN HENDINI ON TOUR
Hendrik Baird currently moving around the country with his new magic show. (article published 2002-07-15) - Read more

FOREIGN AIDS
The inimitable satirist appears mainly as himself in an impassioned one-man show focusing on the HIV/AIDS crisis. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-14) - Read more

BAOBABS DON’T GROW HERE
A visual symphony of mime, potent physicality, movement and brilliant acting. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-14) - Read more

TONY COX/STEVE NEWMAN
Inimitable pair continue to weave their guitar magic. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-14) - Read more

THE BITTERBEK BLUES OF BEN (DIE BREKER) BAARTMAN
An absurd and funny play about a wrestler who fell asleep in front of the TV only to wake up 14 years later. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-14) - Read more

NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH
John Kani reasserts his position as one of South Africa’s top actors and reveals his considerable skills as a playwright. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-14) - Read more

CHASING CHAIRS
Fringe production presents astute, hilarious and incisive observations of the merry-go-round of marriage once the honeymoon years have faded. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-13) - Read more

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Relocated to Sophiatown, Tennessee Williams’ classic seen at the Grahamstown Festival will reach a new audience with its impact. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-11) - Read more

CONFESSIONS OF ZENO
Multi-media theatre at its most exciting from Handspring Puppets and William Kentridge at the National Arts Festival. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-11) - Read more

THE BELLS OF AMERSFOORT
Collaborative work on National Arts Festival a vibrant, multi-layered concept but ultimately not a cohesive whole. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-11) - Read more

RAIDERS OF THE LAST STAND
Nicholas Ellenbogen can’t be beaten for his innovative and wacky use of props in this popular series currently playing the Grahamstown Festival. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-5) - Read more

FEEDBACK
Buckland and Newton produce sheer theatrical magic on Grahamstown Festival fringe. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-5) - Read more

MARGA’S ELLA LOER SHOW
For all fans of SABC 2’s Afrikaans comedy “Vetkoek Paleis”. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen (article published 2002-07-4) - Read more

PRIVATE LIVES
The most believable Elyot I’ve seen in a long time. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-4) - Read more

COLOUR COMFORT
Winner of 2002 Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Dance presents visual and textured piece. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-4) - Read more

YES MEDEM
Unpretentious and gripping drama from Bongiwe Ngxoli. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-3) - Read more

ONE NIGHT STAND
Durban's Michelle Driman puts in riveting performance that holds much promise! (review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-3) - Read more

HEARTLANDS
Chris Mann’s new poetry glows with Janet Suzman’s excellent presentation. (article published 2002-07-2) - Read more

UNDERGROUND JUNGLE
Second collaboration for Grahamstown of movement production from USA and Durban universities. (article published 2002-07-2) - Read more

MARGA’S ELLA LOER SHOW
For all fans of SABC 2’s Afrikaans comedy “Orkney Snork Nie”. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-1) - Read more

DOWWE DOLLA DOEN DIT STAAN-STAAN!
When thinking on her feet, the country’s brightest blonde offers stiff competition! (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-1) - Read more

THE FENCE
Peter Hayes presents quiet but thundering anthem to those who have been killed because of society’s intolerance. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-1) - Read more

OVIRI – A SAVAGE CIVILIAN
Fascinating production deals with the final few years of artist Paul Gauguin. (article published 2002-07-1) - Read more

OPDRAG: INGRID JONKER
The unbeatable team of Jana Cilliers and Mark Graham weaves its dramatic magic in Ryk Hattingh’s play in Grahamstown (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) REIVEW IN BOTH ENGLISH AND AFRIKAANS (article published 2002-06-30) - Read more

FREEBIRDS
Collaborative production weaves its magic in the open air. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-06-30) - Read more

CROONING DOWN MEMORY LANE
Cast gives their all with energy and enthusiasm to songs made famous by the likes of Sinatra, Martin, Jones and Diamond. (article published 2002-06-30) - Read more

GREEN MAMBA
Two of KZN's finest actors present witty and clever satire on contemporary South African issues. (article published 2002-06-29) - Read more

BROADCAST SPONSOR
SABC3 has announced its support once again for National Arts Festival. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

AFRICAN UNION FILM FESTIVAL
Festival of finest of African and South African cinema to run in tandem with the African Union Summit. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

ARTSLINK.CO.ZA
Artslink.co.za to charge reasonable subscription fee to access valuable information resource. (article published 2002-06-27) - Read more

THE COOLIE ODYSSEY
Rajesh Gopie’s new work to be presented in Grahamstown. (article published 2002-06-27) - Read more

HEARTLANDS BY CHRIS MANN
Well-known poet to launch new book at National Arts Festival. (article published 2002-06-17) - Read more

NAF MUSIC PROMISES KNOCK-OUT LINE-UP
National Arts Festival Fringe programme offers assorted music genre for Grahamstown. (article published 2002-06-17) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL EXHIBITIONS
High art with a friendly touch at national festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2002-06-17) - Read more

NAC INVITES APPLICATIONS
The National Arts Council invites applications for funding from companies with a proven track record. (article published 2002-06-17) - Read more

INDIAN CUISINE AT THREE CITIES
Holding company of The Royal Hotel to treat guests to Indian cuisine extravaganza. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN FRINGE
A robust line-up promises a feast of toe-tapping, hip-wiggling, thought-provoking entertainment. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN EXHIBITIONS
High art with a friendly touch at National Arts Festival. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

THE COOLIE ODYSSEY
RASA Productions’ latest dramatic work to be performed at National Arts Festival. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

VUYANI DANCE THEATRE
Standard Bank Young Artist for Dance 2002 shows his company’s true colours at National Arts Festival. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

BLOCKBUSTER FRINGE
National Arts Festival fringe offers everything from satire to raucous rock. (article published 2002-06-11) - Read more

FESTIVAL ONLINE
National Arts Festival has new online presence on the MyZone.co.za portal. (article published 2002-06-11) - Read more

DANCE À LA CARTE
Spectrum of dance tastes catered to on the main National Arts Festival programme. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

INDABA FOR FESTIVAL
International Composers' Indaba to be held at National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

ZANZIBAR FESTIVAL
Spectacular annual festival takes place in historic venues on the island of Zanzibar. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

KZNPO OPENS FESTIVAL
KZN Philharmonic performs Tchaikovsky at opening concert for Grahamstown Festival. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

ECR HA HA COMEDY SHOWCASE
East Coast Radio hosts six of the best comedians from South Africa and abroad. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

ONE MARGHERITA
Dennis Rubin’s award-winning play to open NOT Festival. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

MAGIC MAN HENDINI
Mark Shuttleworth becomes a magic trick when magician performs at the NOT Festival. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

ONE NIGHT STAND
Michelle Driman performs one woman show at the “NOT” Festival on June 21 and 22. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

JOY OF JAZZ
Johnny Clegg joins jazz favourites at National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

CELLO TO CHECKERS PACKET
NOT Festival to feature fascinating music show from Ellis Pearson and Brendan Jury. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

YOUNG BLACK ACTOR NEEDED
Youngster looking the age of 16 or 17 required for new musical to debut at NOT Festival. (article published 2002-06-7) - Read more

NOT LINE-UP
Productions lined up for The NOT Festival taking place at DHS from June 20 to 23. (article published 2002-06-4) - Read more

THE NOT FESTIVAL
Formerly Not the Grahamstown Festival, this annual event takes place at Durban High School from June 20 to 23. (article published 2002-06-4) - Read more

PINK LOERIE FESTIVAL
The Pink Loerie Festival in Knysna kicks off this week and continues till Sunday May 26. (article published 2002-05-21) - Read more

DANCE À LA CARTE IN GRAHAMSTOWN
Exciting dance fusion for National Arts Festival. (article published 2002-05-19) - Read more

HENDRIK AT NOT FESTIVAL
Children’s performer to present his new children’s show at the Not the Grahamstown Festival. (article published 2002-05-17) - Read more

THE NOT FESTIVAL
Invitation to participants for sixth festival to take place at DHS. (article published 2002-05-11) - Read more

95% BACK TO FESTIVAL
Survey commissioned by the National Arts Festival confirms that 95% will return to Grahamstown this year. (article published 2002-05-11) - Read more

HILTON COLLEGE THEATRE
What’s coming up at popular theatre in the Midlands. (article published 2002-04-22) - Read more

SA HANDBOOK ON ARTS AND CULTURE
Long-awaited second edition of invaluable directory. (article published 2002-04-22) - Read more

GOING PLACES
Full colour entertainment and lifestyle magazine to be launched in May. (article published 2002-04-20) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Box office hits and bold innovations for the 2002 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2002-04-19) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Box office hits and bold innovations for the 2002 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2002-04-19) - Read more

NCAYF
The National Creative Arts Youth Festival to run from April 29 to May 12. (article published 2002-04-2) - Read more

ADDITIONAL SPONSORS FOR FESTIVAL
The National Arts Festival in Grahamstown has two additional sponsors. (article published 2002-04-2) - Read more

AARDKLOP NASIONALE KUNSTEFEES
Potchefstroom-based national arts festival invites tenders for funds allocation to the main festival. (article published 2002-03-7) - Read more

TIME OF THE WRITER FESTIVAL
Annual festival provides diverse range of contemporary writing. (article published 2002-03-4) - Read more

ARTS DATABASE
PANSA launches national performing arts database (article published 2002-02-21) - Read more

TIN CAN FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
National Arts Festival 2002 appoints Tin Can for integrated marketing solution. (article published 2002-02-21) - Read more

FRINGE REGISTRATION
Registration forms and booklets available at the BAT Centre. (article published 2002-02-20) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
This year’s festival in Grahamstown takes place from June 29 to July 6. (article published 2002-02-11) - Read more

CLOSING DATES FOR NAC PROJECTS
National Arts Council entries to be in by February 15 for project applications, bursary applications and nominations to advisory panels. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

LOTTERY FUNDING
National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund calls for further applications. (article published 2002-01-20) - Read more

PANEL NOMINATIONS
Invitation to submit nominations for members of the National Arts Council advisory panels. (article published 2002-01-13) - Read more

ZANZIBAR FILM FESTIVAL
Entries invited for the Zanzibar International Film Festival (article published 2002-01-6) - Read more

NY FRINGE FESTIVAL
New York International Fringe Festival is looking for performing arts companies. (article published 2002-01-6) - Read more

RNE SUPPORTS PERFORMING ARTS
Royal Netherlands Embassy provides funds for PANSA projects. (article published 2002-01-3) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best wishes for the year ahead from the artSMart team. (article published 2002-01-1) - Read more

BAT FESTIVE SEASON
Build up to New Year’s Eve BAT Bash from December 28 to 31. (article published 2001-12-28) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
Late message but nevertheless, a very sincere one! (article published 2001-12-25) - Read more

WIN! WIN! WIN!
Three books on free giveaway offer by answering simple questions. (article published 2001-12-18) - Read more

ARTSMART CLASSIFIEDS
Coming soon ....! (article published 2001-12-16) - Read more

WIN! WIN! WIN!
Three books on free giveaway offer by answering simple questions. (article published 2001-12-3) - Read more

ZWARTKOPS
Rock Festival runs alongside three-hour Endurance Race. (article published 2001-11-22) - Read more

WORLD AIDS DAY FESTIVAL
Amajika Youth & Children Arts Project perform in KwaMashu. (article published 2001-11-22) - Read more

SA’S FOUR TOP YOUNG ARTISTS
Standard Bank Young Artist award winners announced. (article published 2001-11-18) - Read more

SUMMER AT SPIER
Innovative programme heralds new summer season at Spier. (article published 2001-11-18) - Read more

DURBAN JAZZ FESTIVAL
December festival to feature local and international artists. (article published 2001-11-14) - Read more

WORLD AIDS DAY EXPO
Full day event to be held on December 1 at Durban Jewish Centre. (article published 2001-11-12) - Read more

COMPUTICKET MERGES WITH TICKETWEB
Computicket announces showstopping deal. (article published 2001-11-10) - Read more

FNB VITA OFFICER
Information officer appointed for FNB Vita eThekwini dance and theatre awards. (article published 2001-10-5) - Read more

HILTON ARTS TOPS
Annual arts event a huge success by all reports. (article published 2001-10-2) - Read more

HILTON FESTIVAL REVIEWS
A selection of short reviews from the Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival by Peter Mitchell, Christi Naude and Margaret von Klemperer. (courtesy of The Natal Witness) (article published 2001-09-29) - Read more

HILTON WRAP
Review of Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Natal Witness) (article published 2001-09-26) - Read more

CELEBRATION FESTIVAL 2001
Diverse cultures and traditions for Bluff event. (article published 2001-09-25) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA SYMPOSIUM
KwaMuhle Museum presents symposium as part of Awesome Africa Festival. (article published 2001-09-22) - Read more

DOUGLAS LIVINGSTONE … WE PRESUME?
Fascinating poetry presentation plays The Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2001-09-20) - Read more

PRAYER SERVICE
Emergency interfaith service of prayers for peace and solidarity. (article published 2001-09-17) - Read more

HILTON ARTS
The Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival takes place at Hilton College Theatre from September 21 to 23. (article published 2001-09-16) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA
Standard Bank Awesome Africa Music Festival for Shongweni Resources Reserve end of September. (article published 2001-09-16) - Read more

CLASSIC EXPERIENCE
Music Revival offers seven music recitals at Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2001-09-13) - Read more

ATTACK ON THE USA
Condolences to all who may have lost friends or family. (article published 2001-09-12) - Read more

BOOK FOR HILTON
Booking is now open for the Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2001-08-31) - Read more

JOMBA OPENING NIGHT
Opening night featured three fine works from Pather, Gouldie and Mantsoe. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-08-25) - Read more

DRAKENSBERG DEUTSCHES FEST
German Festival to be held in the Drakensberg in October. (article published 2001-08-24) - Read more

SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL 2001
National tribute through the arts to women a huge success by all accounts. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-08-13) - Read more

5TH HELLO DARLING FESTIVAL
Unique arts festival taking place at Pieter-Dirk Uys’s home base. (article published 2001-08-12) - Read more

SPONSOR FOR SCHOOLS
Standard Bank re-affirms commitment to National Schools' Festival (article published 2001-08-9) - Read more

KOLLIG ARTS FESTIVAL 2001
Top acts secured for the sixth annual festival. (article published 2001-08-9) - Read more

JOMBA 2001
Fourth annual contemporary dance festival to take place at Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre. (article published 2001-08-9) - Read more

HOMEGROWN COMEDY
Fast-paced one-woman show for South African Women’s Arts Festival 2001. (article published 2001-08-6) - Read more

ART EXHIBITION
Visual expression with no limits at The South African Women’s Arts Festival 2001. (article published 2001-08-6) - Read more

FESTIVAL STATISTICS
Over 121,200 people attended main and fringe programmes. (article published 2001-07-23) - Read more

THE STATE OF THE ARTS
Open letter from Chief Executive Officer of the National Arts Council. (article published 2001-07-20) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN SAYS “YES”
Researchers to construct an identikit of Festival audience (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN SPINOFF
Local spin off for Standard Bank National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

DURBAN JEWISH CLUB
Historic venue makes strong comeback into Durban’s theatre scene. (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

APOLOGIES - WE ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES
Difficulties experienced in loading information to artSMart. (article published 2001-07-8) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN WRAP
What visual images stick in the mind after five days of festival? (Report by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Natal Witness) (article published 2001-07-8) - Read more

a portion of time between two points
Two works from Tracey Human, winner of the 2001 Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Dance. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-7) - Read more

FURTHER THAN THE FURTHEST THING
Superb performances, lighting and sound in spell-binding play dealing with Tristan da Cunha (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-7) - Read more

THE CLOWN JEWELS
Delicious humour, mime and physical theatre from Alan Committee. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-7) - Read more

SAVAGE FROM THE COLONIES
Interesting and well presented play about writer Katherine Mansfield. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-7) - Read more

CHANSONS, LUMIÈRE ET FLEURS 5
Innovative floral artists back again and pulling the audiences in as usual! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-7) - Read more

CELLO TO CHECKERS PACKET
Ellis Pearson appears in hitherto unseen role with music genius Brendan Jury. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-6) - Read more

OFFBEAT BROADWAY
A doctor, a singer and a pianist pay tribute to the musicals. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-5) - Read more

GREG SCHULTZ
Landscape art with innovating framing techniques in Grahamstown. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-5) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN, JULY 5
Last report from a cold and windy Grahamstown warmed only by the winter sun and Festival fever! (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-5) - Read more

THE ROPE
Dennis Rubin’s play on Grahamstown Fringe Festival well enacted by Michelle Driman. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-4) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN, JULY 4
The dreaded cold front is coming. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-4) - Read more

LEFT LUGGAGE
UND student production can be taken at face value but also invites you to explore its many levels. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-4) - Read more

OLIVER
Brilliant idea for dance in Grahamstown production but not fully carried through. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-4) - Read more

LOVE AND GREEN ONIONS
The intriguing title alone should sell this opera! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-4) - Read more

PRESS REFRESH BUTTON
This page seems to be suffering from overload, if you aren't receiving the reports from Grahamstown ie today's date, then press the Refresh button. (article published 2001-07-3) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN, TUESDAY JULY 3
An absolutely beautiful glorious day. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-3) - Read more

SABC AT GRAHAMSTOWN
Daily coverage by SABC3 until July 6 of Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2001-07-3) - Read more

STOP PRESS
Sikhumbuzo Mbuthu bares nearly all in UND student production! (Report from Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-2) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN, MONDAY JULY 2
Now the serious Festival followers settle down for the week ahead. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-2) - Read more

RE-INVENT THE FESTIVAL
Mannie Manim shows optimism for the future of the Grahamstown Festival. (article published 2001-07-2) - Read more

MAKANA
Clever and fast-moving interpretation of the history of charismatic leader. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-2) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN, SUNDAY JULY 1
Today’s a perfect Festival day. (Report from Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-1) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN, SUNDAY JULY 1
Today’s a perfect Festival day. (Report from Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-1) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN, THURSDAY JUNE 31
Today’s a three-layer day – fast developing into a four-layer! (Report from Caroline Smart in Grahamstown) (article published 2001-06-30) - Read more

2 PIANOS 4 HANDS
Kevin Feather and Tobie Cronjé offer an amusing chronicle of two music students. (article published 2001-06-29) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN, FRIDAY JUNE 30
I spoke too soon about the weather! (Report from Caroline Smart in Grahamstown) (article published 2001-06-29) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN’S FINE AND SUNNY
Start of the 2001 Standard Bank National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
The Hilton Arts Festival held in conjunction with The Natal Witness takes place on September 21 to 23. The pick of South African theatre, music and dance come together for a three day festival at Hilton College. There’ll be a craft and food festival, brainfest an open stage, art exhibitions and a book fair. (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

KNYSNA EXPERIENCE
Festival of arts in Knysna. (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

SEEING RED FOR FESTIVAL
Greig Coetzee’s new work to appear at Grahamstown Festival. (article published 2001-06-21) - Read more

FESTIVAL OF HERE & NOW
Calling all budding and established playwrights of Durban. (article published 2001-06-20) - Read more

AWARD FOR JAMES AND RUBIN
Shireen James and Dennis Rubin receive joint NOT the Grahamstown Festival award. (article published 2001-06-5) - Read more

CALDER AT FESTIVAL
Pietermaritzburg’s Ian Calder offers ceramic skills in Grahamstown. (article published 2001-06-5) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Dates set for popular festival at Hilton College. (article published 2001-06-3) - Read more

NOT THE GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL
From the cutting-edge to the poetic, it’s all happening at DHS. (article published 2001-06-1) - Read more

NOT THE GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL
Full programme to be posted shortly. See Events Diary for daily productions (article published 2001-06-1) - Read more

APOLOGIES
artSMart has been "off the air" due to technical problems. (article published 2001-05-30) - Read more

OPERA IN GRAHAMSTOWN
Verdi and Green Onions form the subjects of two operatic works at the Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2001-05-23) - Read more

COMEDY IN GRAHAMSTOWN
Laughing matters on the Fringe of the Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2001-05-23) - Read more

SPLASHY HITS THE RIGHT NOTES
Review of 12th Splashy Fen Music Festival by Sharlene Versfeld. (article published 2001-05-17) - Read more

SPLASHY HITS THE RIGHT NOTES
Review of 12th Splashy Fen Music Festival by Sharlene Versfeld. (article published 2001-05-17) - Read more

YOUTH FESTIVAL
National Creative Arts Youth Festival in full swing. (article published 2001-05-15) - Read more

YOUTH FESTIVAL
National Creative Arts Youth Festival in full swing. (article published 2001-05-15) - Read more

KOLLIG FESTIVAL
Launch of sixth festival at Port Natal School. (article published 2001-05-14) - Read more

ARTY TRAIN
Party all the way to and from the Grahamstown Festival. (article published 2001-05-14) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN BOOKING KIT
Free booking kit for the Standard Bank National Arts Festival just released. (article published 2001-05-9) - Read more

NOT THE GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL
Durban High School hosts popular festival in June. (article published 2001-05-1) - Read more

YOUNG ENTERTAINMENT
Fantastic line-up for the 2001 FNB KwaZulu-Natal Schools’ Festival. (article published 2001-04-20) - Read more

CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINMENT AT SPLASHY
Arts and Craft Centre for children at Splashy Fen. (article published 2001-04-12) - Read more

CROCODILE ROCK
Music lovers should head for Richard’s Bay Naval Island. (article published 2001-04-12) - Read more

DARRYL DOES GRAHAMSTOWN
Artslink’s editor Darryl Accone offers a taste of what the 2001 Festival will offer. (article published 2001-04-8) - Read more

CRAFT AND CULTURE AT ST LUCIA
Greater St Lucia Wetland Park Cultural Programme takes place this weekend. (article published 2001-04-3) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN FOUNDATION
Inspiring stuff for 2001 Schools' Festivals (article published 2001-04-1) - Read more

CROCODILE FESTIVAL FOR RICHARDS BAY
The Crocodile Rock Music Festival to be located on Naval Island. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

FESTIVALS STALL
Southern Cross Festival launches valued initiative. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

TIME OF THE WRITER SEMINARS
Workshops and Seminars for International writers' festival. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

HELLO DARLING
The 5th Hello Darling Arts Festival takes place in September 2001 (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

DEAF WAY II
Invitations to hearing or non-hearing arts practitioners to attend conference in USA in 2002. (article published 2001-03-15) - Read more

MINISTER RESPONDS
See Miscellaneous for Minister Ben Ngubane’s response to the allegations of racism of the Playhouse Company’s executive bodies. (article published 2001-02-21) - Read more

KLEIN KAROO FESTIVAL
Seventh annual Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees. (article published 2001-02-20) - Read more

URGENT CALL FOR SUPPORT
Serious issues concerning the Playhouse Company. (article published 2001-02-19) - Read more

FRINGE REGISTRATION
March 9 is closing date for fringe productions for Grahamstown festival. (article published 2001-02-16) - Read more

FRINGE REGISTRATION
March 9 is closing date for fringe productions for Grahamstown festival. (article published 2001-01-26) - Read more

MEET IN BEIJING FESTIVAL
Second festival focuses on symphonic, folk and popular music. (article published 2001-01-6) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
All the best for 2001! See how artSMart has grown in two years. (article published 2001-01-3) - Read more

2001 YOUNG ARTISTS
Standard Bank Young Artist Awards for 2001. (article published 2000-12-29) - Read more

MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Season’s greetings from all at artSMart. (article published 2000-12-23) - Read more

SPIER FESTIVAL
Bold step forms part of a R600,000 plan to upgrade theatre. (article published 2000-11-18) - Read more

AARTVARK AWARD
Willem Boshoff puts fine arts on a pedestal by winning the Aartvark Award. (article published 2000-11-15) - Read more

CYBER CD
Unique and affordable means of placing KZN’s eventing industries on the market. (article published 2000-11-13) - Read more

NY FRINGE FESTIVAL
Invitation to performing arts companies. (article published 2000-10-24) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Elizabeth Sneddon to host extensive programme of films. (article published 2000-10-17) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Everything from music movies, short films and documentaries to animation and full-length features. (article published 2000-10-10) - Read more

DURBAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL:
Everything from movies and animation to documentaries, workshops and township screenings. (article published 2000-10-5) - Read more

SLICE OF MADNESS
Durban’s Kwasuka Theatre abuzz with local theatre in October. (article published 2000-10-2) - Read more

HILTON FESTIVAL STATISTICS
Hilton Arts Festival at Hilton College judged a huge success. (article published 2000-10-2) - Read more

MADNESS SHOWS
Stand-up comedy, cabaret and fashion makes up A Slice of Madness. (article published 2000-10-2) - Read more

GLASS ROOTS
Review of the Hilton Arts Festival’s Syfret Flagship Production (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Natal Witness) (article published 2000-09-21) - Read more

HILTON THUMBNAIL REVIEWS
A selection of thumbnail reviews of some of the shows at the Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival on September 16 and 17. (Reviews by Peter Mitchell and Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Natal Witness) (article published 2000-09-21) - Read more

HILTON FESTIVAL
Wrap-up of Hilton Arts Festival. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Natal Witness) (article published 2000-09-21) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA PROGRAMME
Daily diary for Shongweni music festival. (article published 2000-09-20) - Read more

AWESOME AFRICA MUSIC FESTIVAL
Living Treasures Africa Project supports culture, community and environment. (article published 2000-09-19) - Read more

GREIG WOWS EDINBURGH & HILTON
More Breasts and two more awards for Durban actor. (article published 2000-09-15) - Read more

ART AT WEDGWOOD
Art exhibition running in conjunction with the Hilton Festival. (article published 2000-09-15) - Read more

CLOSING DATE EXTENDED
Late applications accepted for the Klein Karoo Main Festival. (article published 2000-09-11) - Read more

METRO FESTIVAL AT BAT
Impressive line-up of events at the BAT Centre for Metro arts festival. (article published 2000-09-11) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE ABUZZ WITH ACTION
Playhouse one of the venues hosting Durban Metro Performing Arts and Culture Festival 2000. (article published 2000-09-11) - Read more

ARTS ALIVE
Ninth annual Arts Alive International Festival takes place in Johannesburg. (article published 2000-08-15) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL
Day to day diary of popular annual event sponsored by Transnet. (article published 2000-08-8) - Read more

UWC ARTS FESTIVAL
Celebration of local art and its exponents at University of the Western Cape, Bellville. (article published 2000-08-7) - Read more

SBNAF FACTS AND FIGURES
Statistics of 2000 Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2000-08-6) - Read more

HELLO DARLING
The 4th Hello Darling Festival takes place in the Cape in September. (article published 2000-08-1) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL
Playhouse Company hosts a feast of productions for popular festival. (article published 2000-07-20) - Read more

HILTON ARTS
Programme for eighth Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2000-07-20) - Read more

AFRIKAANS FESTIVAL
Dates for Die Volksblad Gariep Kunstefees. (article published 2000-07-17) - Read more

THE HOUSE HUSBAND
Actor Aldo Brincat looks at how ex-South Africans are coping in a foreign country. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-9) - Read more

FOR FACT’S SAKE
Pieter-Dirk Uys’s new show a one-man fight against AIDS. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-9) - Read more

COMRADES ARMS
Farce by Anthony Akerman not up to his previous productions. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-9) - Read more

CRASHING THE NIGHT
Latest Paul Slabolepszy play guarantees the laughs. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-7) - Read more

NIJINSKY'S LAST DANCE
One man tour-de-force by Gavin van den Berg. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-7) - Read more

CHANSONS, LUMIERE ET FLEURS
Sheer professionalism, innovation and expertise in this floral-arranging show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-6) - Read more

BIRDY
Celebrated play by Naomi Wallace fringe highlight at Grahamstown. (article published 2000-07-5) - Read more

FOUL PLAY
John van de Ruit's new play premieres in Grahamstown. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-5) - Read more

THE WELL BEING
Extraordinary performances by Andrew Buckland and Lionel Newton (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2000-07-5) - Read more

SANLAM AWARDS
Winners of Sanlam Literary Award for poetry announced. (article published 2000-07-5) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN NOTES 3
Caroline Smart continues her coverage of the Grahamstown Festival. (article published 2000-07-5) - Read more

THE DANCE OF THE TIME
Dance piece presented by Le Ballet Atlantique. (article published 2000-07-5) - Read more

TEN OF THE BUST
Cutt Glas celebrate their tenth anniversary in Grahamstown. (article published 2000-07-4) - Read more

KOMENG
Komeg puts forward a different aspect to the issue of abuse of women. (article published 2000-07-4) - Read more

E-TV AT GRAHAMSTOWN
e-tv to transmit daily coverage of the festival. (article published 2000-07-3) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN NOTES 2
Paintings without paint and clocks in wood. (Caroline Smart continues her report from Grahamstown) (article published 2000-07-3) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN OPENS
Glass Roots, Dance Divine, Hamleti and beautiful weather for opening of 2000 Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2000-07-2) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL
Playhouse Company hosts a feast of productions for popular festival. (article published 2000-06-28) - Read more

UND AT FESTIVAL
UND’s drama department well represented in Grahamstown productions. (article published 2000-06-28) - Read more

KOLLIG FESTIVAL
Booking now open for the fifth Kollig Op die Klein-Karoo Kunstefees in Durban. (article published 2000-06-18) - Read more

HANDSPRING FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
Recently hailed in Europe, the Handspring Theatre Company heads for Grahamstown. (article published 2000-06-18) - Read more

FINAL CUT FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
Hilarious comedy returns to Grahamstown Fringe. (article published 2000-06-12) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN WINTER SCHOOL
Winter School of the 2000 Standard Bank National Arts Festival offers a range of distinguished lecturers. (article published 2000-06-12) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN STREET THEATRE
Wild element of this year’s Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2000-06-12) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN VISUAL ARTS
Visual arts component of the Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2000-06-12) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN MUSIC
Music component of the Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2000-06-12) - Read more

SHANGHAI ARTS FESTIVAL
Over 30 performances both China as well as foreign countries to be staged in November festival. (article published 2000-06-9) - Read more

APOLOGIES
We have been “off the air” for most of this week and we apologise. (article published 2000-06-9) - Read more

NOT GRAHAMSTOWN
NOT the Grahamstown Festival - a feast of new theatre (article published 2000-06-3) - Read more

JAM PACKED ARTS PROGRAMME
The National Creative Arts Youth Festival offers a wide range of activities. (article published 2000-05-20) - Read more

AMFEST
Honorary patrons for Amfest 2000. (article published 2000-05-20) - Read more

FESTIVAL OF INDIA
Three day multi-cultural programme to be held in Isipingo. (article published 2000-05-20) - Read more

LONG ISLAND FILM FESTIVAL
Submissions invited for July film festival. (article published 2000-05-13) - Read more

ATLANTIS FESTIVAL 2000
Cultural festival to be held in the Cape in September. (article published 2000-05-13) - Read more

AMFEST 2000
Multi-faceted arts festival offers "A new dawn for the arts". (article published 2000-05-7) - Read more

MARGATE ARTS FESTIVAL
Easter holiday celebrations on the Lower South Coast. (article published 2000-04-17) - Read more

DEADLINE REMINDER
Applications close soon for this year’s South African Women’s Arts Festival. (article published 2000-04-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Supermarkets dominate Nederburg auction. (article published 2000-04-12) - Read more

FORTHCOMING FESTIVALS
C Major promotions send news of KZN festivals and shows. (article published 2000-04-11) - Read more

FESTIVAL DEDICATION
i>2000 Rustlers Easter Festival dedicated to the memory of Terence McKenna. (article published 2000-04-11) - Read more

AJIJIC FESTIVAL
Mexican film festival seeks filmmakers and screenwriters. (article published 2000-04-4) - Read more

FESTIVAL GOES BOLD
Organisers of NOT The Grahamstown Festival are looking for bold new productions. (article published 2000-04-4) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN AUDITIONS
Playhouse Company to hold Grahamstown Festival auditions. (article published 2000-03-15) - Read more

WORDFEST
New festival promotes the word-arts in all their diversity. (article published 2000-03-13) - Read more

SOUTHERN CROSS FESTIVAL
Line-up for Southern Cross Festival to be held in the Natal Midlands. (article published 2000-03-8) - Read more

SPLASHY FEN
All systems go for top music festival in the Drakensberg. (article published 2000-02-29) - Read more

NEW EVENTS ORGANISER
Michael Mthembu is the new retail and entertainment executive of Durban major events. (article published 2000-02-28) - Read more

DATES FOR HILTON ARTS
Dates confirmed for Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival 2000. (article published 2000-02-24) - Read more

AMFEST 2000
A New Dawn For The Arts - multi-faceted arts festival. (article published 2000-01-3) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Best wishes for the new year, decade, century, millennium, whatever! (article published 2000-01-1) - Read more

HILTON ARTS
Dates set for Hilton Arts Festival 2000. (article published 1999-12-20) - Read more

PRAWN FESTIVAL
Fancy having all the prawns you can eat? (article published 1999-12-13) - Read more

ATLANTIS FESTIVAL ’00
Top rock groups on Toti Beach over the festive season. (article published 1999-12-10) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL DATES
The next Standard Bank National Arts Festival takes place from June 30 to July 8, 2000. (article published 1999-11-22) - Read more

NEW SECTION FOR KKK
New international a capella competition at Klein Karoo National Arts Festival (article published 1999-11-21) - Read more

CADENZA X-TRAV - REVIEW
Ian von Memerty's worthy successor to Cadenza at Hilton Arts Festival.(Caroline Smart) (article published 1999-10-3) - Read more

GRACE AND THUNDER – REVIEW
Tony Cox and Barry van Zyl at Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 1999-10-3) - Read more

WAR CRY - REVUE
Astounding play from young playwright forms part of the 50th anniversary of the University of Natal’s drama and performance studies department. (article published 1999-09-22) - Read more

HILTON BREAKS RECORDS
The recent Hilton Arts Festival was a great success all round! (article published 1999-09-21) - Read more

QUAVER FESTIVAL
Durban Botanical Gardens celebrates 150 years! (article published 1999-09-19) - Read more

BACK TO BACK BOSMAN
Hilton Arts Festival offers two different looks at Herman Charles Bosman. (article published 1999-09-16) - Read more

RUMBLINGS IN GRAHAMSTOWN
Local city councillors in Grahamstown want to withdraw support of National Arts Festival. (article published 1999-09-15) - Read more

HILTON ALSO FOR CHILDREN
The Hilton Arts Festival is not only for grown-ups. (article published 1999-09-15) - Read more

HILTON MAIN VIRTUALLY SOLD OUT
Last chance to get tickets for productions on the main frame of the Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 1999-09-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN
Michael Green to contribute wine notes to artSMart. (article published 1999-09-11) - Read more

OUT OF BOUNDS FOR HILTON
Rajesh Gopie's one-man show to give performances at the Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 1999-09-10) - Read more

THE SOUND OF MUESLI
Last minute addition to the Hilton Arts Festival programme is a wacky send-up of The Sound of Music. (article published 1999-09-10) - Read more

KNYSNA FESTIVAL PROGRAMME
The Nederburg Knysna Arts Experience is set to offer a feast of visual, performing and community arts. (article published 1999-09-6) - Read more

TAKE AWAY SHAKESPEARE
Sean Taylor and Jana Cilliers appear in the Bard’s tale of love and death in Egypt. (article published 1999-09-6) - Read more

AARDKLOP '99
Beeld Plus rewards talent, innovation at Aardklop '99 (article published 1999-08-30) - Read more

CHOCOLATE CLUB GOES TO HILTON
Festino and Give-Me-A-Break excursion packages for Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 1999-08-30) - Read more

KNYSNA ARTS
Dates for Nederburg Knysna Arts Experience. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Hilton Arts Festival in September set to offer bumper list of events. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

WOMEN'S ARTS FESTIVAL
Playhouse Company and Transnet present The 1999 South African Women’s Arts Festival (article published 1999-07-22) - Read more

WOMEN’S FESTIVAL - DRAMA
Wide-ranging drama programme for Women’s Arts Festival. (article published 1999-07-22) - Read more

WOMEN'S FESTIVAL - DANCE
Feast of dance in Women’s Arts Festival. (article published 1999-07-22) - Read more

KLEIN KAROO - DEADLINE
Klein Karoo deadline for Main Festival applications drawing near. (article published 1999-07-21) - Read more

NEW “NOT” AWARD
Festival successful and introduction of new "NOT Award" to most "Inspiring" festival participant. (article published 1999-07-21) - Read more

FESTIVAL - HILTON ARTS
List of productions released for Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 1999-07-21) - Read more

FESTIVAL FIGURES
Final figures for 1999 Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 1999-07-17) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - CABARET
With Drummond Marais, you know what kind of a performance to expect. (article published 1999-07-12) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - FLORAL ART
Chansons, Lumiére et Fleurs III - Songs, lights and flowers a show that makes for charming festival fare. (article published 1999-07-11) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - MISCELLANEOUS
This is not a pub, it’s a project. (article published 1999-07-8) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - VISUAL ART
The bold and the beautiful - from Lene Templehoff’s cast bronzes to miniature art. (article published 1999-07-8) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - VISUAL ART
Thabo Manetsi is a name to watch. (article published 1999-07-8) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - CRAFT
The South African AIDS memorial quilt. (article published 1999-07-8) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DRAMA
Out of Bounds is one-man’s story of the working class Indian community in Durban. (article published 1999-07-7) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - CABARET
Abba Maniacs packing them in at the 1999 Standard Bank National Arts Festival! (article published 1999-07-7) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DANCE
Tribhangi are the pioneers of dual culture juxtaposition. (article published 1999-07-7) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DRAMA
The Stick is the story of a journey through poetry, music and dance. (article published 1999-07-7) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - OPERA
Handspring Puppets and William Kentridge are imported into South Africa! (article published 1999-07-7) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DANCE
Dance from Three Continents with dance@youthlink (article published 1999-07-6) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DANCE
Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company makes its South African debut in Grahamstown. This article replaces any preceding article on this dance company which suffered from a break in transmission as it was being loaded onto the website (article published 1999-07-6) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DANCE
Fantastic Flying Fish Dance Company offers a show to delight all ages. (article published 1999-07-5) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DANCE
Innovative works from the Fantastic Flying Fish Dance Company in Grahamstown. (article published 1999-07-5) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DRAMA
Milestones is potentially a very exciting production. (article published 1999-07-4) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DRAMA
Love, Crime and Johannesburg - at last, the South African democracy is beginning to laugh at itself. (article published 1999-07-3) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DRAMA
As the Koekie Crumbles provides a new insight to life in Africa. (article published 1999-07-3) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - CRAFT
A riot of colour to warm the sternest heart and the coldest of weather conditions. (article published 1999-07-3) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DANCE
Fingers And Toes - Sonia Amelio's Arts Crusade For Peace (article published 1999-06-29) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN – VISUAL ART
Standard Bank’s African Treasures. (article published 1999-06-29) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN – DANCE
The Prince Of Africa - A South African Siddhartha (article published 1999-06-29) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - DRAMA
Dialogue between a prostitute and her client (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

TIMOTHY WALKER
Top guitarist and composer returns home. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - MUSIC
Britain’s Endellion String Quartet is claimed to be one of the finest quartets in the world. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN – MUSIC
Zanta Hofmeyr and Malcolm Nay perform Beethoven. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMASTOWN – MUSIC
New Directions in South African music for the Festival. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - JAZZ
Millennium Quadrant SA represents a stage for play rather than a band. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN – DANCE AND SPORT
Britain's pioneering aerial dance theatre company present Stung. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN – WEARABLE ART
The splendour of gold is mixed with the quirkiness of kitsch, found objects and funky materials (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - MUSIC
The art of yoiking - the Wimme Saari folk music group (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - PHOTOGRAPHY
World Press Photography and Retrospective Exhibitions (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN – DRAMA
Existential Journey - The Return of Ulysses. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - WINTER SCHOOL
Sex and the erotic for the Winter School. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - WINTER SCHOOL
Lectures by rock art specialist for Winter School. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - WINTER SCHOOL
The Winter School examines trends in fine arts, literature and music (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - WINTER SCHOOL
Athol Fugard in focus. (article published 1999-06-27) - Read more

MANDELA FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
Mandela to open 1999 Standard Bank National Arts Festival (article published 1999-06-23) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - PIETER-DIRK UYS
For most, one is enough – but for Pieter, it’s five! (article published 1999-06-21) - Read more


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