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“Melodic utterances like a gospel for a new era – one that both breaks with tradition and, simultaneously, unabashedly upholds it.”

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“While most of the exhibits carry a serious, even sombre atmosphere, ‘Kirizenze’ by Thonton Kabeya caught my eye with its palpable expression of joy.”

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“The Eulogists smacks you in the face and wrenches your gut until you defencelessly acknowledge that your own reality is taking place on stage.”

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“On arrival, it seems a little boring, rather flat, and not terribly pretty. Follow the directions of the helpful guides though, which tell you where to stand, how to look through one eye – or, even better, a camera – and you’ll suddenly find yourself in a magical world that defies description.”

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“An instant classic which is as culturally relevant to South Africa as it is to the world. It’s so rare to get the first shot at seeing something this good and with so much promise; do anything you can to get a ticket.”

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“Pausing to take in the exhibition’s general atmosphere, it soon becomes apparent that there is an inherent sense of slight sadness in even the most cheerful piece of Opperman’s art.”

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“Harvey has big shoes to fill as Brice, but she comes out swinging with brash confidence and a disarming sense of humor. By the end of ‘I’m the Greatest Star’, which not only shows off her vocal range but comic timing as well, you know that Fanny is in good hands.”

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“Brave Temper Trap front man, Dougy Mandagi, held it together in spite of being repeatedly zapped by an obviously dodgy electrical set up.”

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“The entirety of both lake scenes in which Bosenberg appears are stunning, aided by the aesthetic purity of 24 dancers in white romantic tutus floating across the stage like smoke.”

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“Dwayne, played by Paul Slabolepszy, stumbles into his workshop, out of breath, clutching a blood-stained baseball bat in his hands. Immediately, there is a sense of secrets untold.”

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“One of the suites in the old section of the hotel has been magically transformed into an intimate theatre that seats just forty people. It makes for an entirely different theatre experience, with the audience so close to the actors that one feels involved in the scene.”

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“A very interesting and varied programme from the Cape Town City Ballet, pushing the dancers to try new things as well as introducing the audience to new styles and choreographers. An exciting prospect for the future.”

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“Dancers and musicians are brought together for a collaborative performance. To create a spontaneous experience, dancers don’t rehearse with the musicians, and are only allowed to use an area of two square metres.”

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