Tembi Charles meets James Matthews, read about it here.
In an evocative report, Khanyisile Mbongwa sketches her impressions of the new oratorio and sequel to ‘Insurrections’, featured at the 18th Poetry Africa Cape Town.
If you have been following Steyn du Toit’s coverage of the tenth annual Baxter Dance Festival, be sure to catch his report on the last few days of the programme.
Tagged Athina Vahler, Baxter Dance Festival, CAFDA, Cape Town Fringe, Deadringer, Die Antwoord, Ebrahim Medell, First Physical Theatre, Grant Van Ster, Jazzart Dance Theatre, Levern Botha, Mamela Nyamza, Past Imperfects, Shaun Oelf, Thabisa Dinga, The Architecture of Tears
Steyn du Toit brings you an update on the Baxter Dance Festival, currently underway.
Tagged Baxter Dance Festival, Charlie Chaplin, choreography, Ciara Barron, Cilna Katzke, dance, Feelin’ Fosse, Henk Opperman, hip hop, Luke de Kock, Splitting Images, The Great Dictator, Underground Dance Theatre
Join us for the final InZync Poetry Session of the year featuring Pieter Odendaal, Nama Xam, Anele Kose, Siphokazi Jonas.
If you missed the last weekend of the Cape Town Fringe Festival, catch Steyn du Toit’s report here.
Tagged Ameera Patel, Cape Town Fringe festival, Cintaine Schutte, Full Stops on Your Face, Get Kraken, Gideon Lombard, Giving Birth to my Father, Iman Isaacs, Khayalethu Anthony, Mariechen Vosloo, Meerfout, NAF, The Champion, Whistle Stop, Wiseman Mncube
How to speak of blackness without it smelling of violent manure or poverty porn? Khanyisile Mbongwa reports on Mbongeni Nomkonwana’s and Lwanda Sindaphi’s production Izityilelo Zobuze.
Is there a place for gender in the imminent Black Consciousness revival spearheaded by the EFF?
Tagged Amanda Alexander, ANC, Andile Mngxitama, Black Consciousness, EFF, gender, legacy, Mail & Guardian, Marxism, Nigel Gibson, steve biko