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OUT TO LUNCH (article first published : 2000-05-6)

As always, Dianne Barnard has a varied line-up of guests for her popular SAfm programmeOut to Lunch with Dianne Barnard which is broadcast on Saturdays after the One O’Clock News on SAfm.

On May 6, she will be chatting to Roger McGough, legendary, award-winning poet from the United Kingdom here for the Poetry Africa festival which opens on May 8 (see Literature).

It takes courage to start a brand new theatre company in these times but Greg King is full steam ahead with his KickstArt company. The first production is Popcorn, which he directs and designs, and this is due to open at the Kwasuka Theatre on May 13 (see Drama). Greg King will be Dianne’s guest on May 13.

Featured guest on May 20 will be Henry Cele, the man who out-Shaka-ed every other actor who tackled the role before him and has now completed 14 feature films.

n the studio on May 27 will be actor, magician and mime artist Aldo Brincat actor who is the originator of the popular Not The Grahamstown Festival (see Festivals).




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