Hilton Arts Festival starts today

2011-09-16 00:00

At the opening of the The Witness Hilton Arts Festival at Hilton College last night were (from left) Iain McMillan, director of development at Hilton College, Heather Conyingham, John Conyingham, who is editorial director of The Witness, and festival director Sue Clarence. The festival offers entertainment, music and art and is the premier theatrical event of its kind in KwaZulu Natal. There’s an upmarket craft market, free music throughout the day in the beer tent and entertainment for young and old, as well as a series of lectures and workshops. Log onto The Witness website www.witness.co.za for a full programme or visit the festival’s website at www.hiltonfestival.co.za to book your tickets. Programmes are also available at selected outlets throughout the province, including Spar stores and Exclusive Books. The festival runs from today until Sunday.

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