In the era of queer consciousness, the play might strike an even more affirmative blow.
The play has five characters from five different backgrounds and tells of how each has to deal with bullying.
After appearing in New York and London, the show has achieved global status as a must-see dance theatre production.
Banksy’s artworks tackle timely socio-political themes, including consumerism, climate change and police brutality.
The fair is highly regarded for its walkabouts with artists and art curators.
Part of the proceeds from all performances will go to a relief organisation that provides assistance to needy communities.

World invited to watch museum restore Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’

In many ways it is a miracle Rembrandt’s brooding painting has survived the last three and a half centuries to be restored at all.

Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival set for two concerts in Gauteng

This year the world-renowned Lexington Singers from Kentucky will be sharing the stage with local choirs.

What to expect at the RMB Turbine Art Fair 2019

Audiences will have the opportunity to gain insight into the many interesting projects at the fair.

Self-taught SA artist is on the way up

The artist believes that art is something we all do in some form every day.

Last few days to catch ‘Family Secrets’

A blend of sadness and comedy, Family Secrets is really about life.

Lost R2,4-billion Caravaggio masterpiece sold before auction

The painting is said to date from 1606 when the artist was on the run from the death penalty

Nirox Sculpture Park: Where art meets nature

The seventh edition of the winter sculpture fair saw a crowd of 5 000 visitors descend upon the park.

Enjoy art in a habitat outside of the city

The festival has put together a programme that is energetic, vibrant, cutting-edge, thought-provoking and thoroughly entertaining.

Theatre to be renamed after slain Matwetwe actor

The Momentum Theatre at the State Theatre will be named in honour of Sibusiso Khwinana.

David West releases first line with Superbalist

The award-winning designer takes time out to discuss his latest venture.

Italian play ‘Family Secrets’ comes to Montecasino

Hilariously witty and sometimes deeply moving, the productions is as tasty and comforting as a big bowl of pasta.

How the National Arts Festival is a launchpad for SA’s young artists

A key project is the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival, which is a one-of-a-kind programme for jazz musicians.

Delightfully absurd Mark Banks is back

The comedian is celebrating his 60th birthday with a brand new one-man show.

No surprises at theatre’s biggest awards show, The Tonys

The awards were given out at New York’s prestigious Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night.


 


 


 

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