What's on 3 March

2008-03-03 00:00

Dbn Theatre: De Compleat Hstry of Dbn… Without the Boring Bits, Themi Venturas’s historical comedy show, returns to the Catalina Theatre until March 15. Bookings: Catalina Theatre at 031 305 6889. Shows at 11 am Tuesday to Friday; 8 pm on Friday and Saturday; 6 pm on Sunday, and 11 am on Monday, March 10. Tickets: R30 per pupil; R75 adults; R45 pensioners and students.

Dbn Theatre: Think Theatre’s staging of Hamlet at the Playhouse runs until March 7, directed by Clare Mortimer with Iain Ewok Robinson in the title role. Hamlet has a public performance at 7 pm on February 29 and schools performances at 9 am and noon Mondays to Fridays until March 7, and at noon only on February 29. Booking: Computicket.

Pmb Art: In both the Tatham’s Schreiner Gallery and the Georgetown Library in Edendale is Edendale Excels, a celebration of four artists with links to Edendale — Gerard Bhengu, Michael Zondi, Chickenman Mkhize and Siyabonga Sikhosana, ending May 4 in the Tatham and February 29 at Georgetown. Tatham gallery hours 10 am to 6 pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Information: 033 392 2801. Georgetown hours: 8.30 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday and 9 am to 1 pm on Saturdays. Information: Sindi Mkhulisi at 033 399 3641.

Pmb Art: The Blue Caterpillar Gallery at Butterflies for Africa has paintings by Pietermaritzburg-born Dutch resident, Jon Eiselin. His work is characterised by bold colours and striking, elongated figure shapes. Open Tuesday to Sunday. Inquiries: 033 387 1356 or visit www.butterflies.co.za. Eiselin’s website is at www.joneiselin.com

Midlands Art: Karabuni Hills Gallery in Gowrie Village, Nottingham Road has a range of fine art, ceramics, glassware, bronzes, pewterware by Carrol Boyes and other functional art. Open Daily from 9:30 am to 4 pm. Inquiries: 033 266 6406

Dbn Art: Bean Bag Bohemia has three new exhibitions: Expanse… Landscapes from the Eastern Cape; Glimpse… Photography from the Eastern Cape; and Quality and Qualities.

Dbn Art: At Durban Art Gallery until March is Little Traveller, an exhibition of photographs taken by Woza Moya Crafters. who are part of the Hillcrest Aids Centre income-generation project. The focus of the exhibition is The Little Traveller, a tiny beaded symbol of hope that broadcasts the group’s message around the world. For more information, phone 031 765 5866 or e-mail wozamoya@hillaids.org.za

Dbn Art: The Lindsay Gallery at 11 Winter Avenue off Musgrave Road in Durban has new oils by Makiwa Mutombo and Stanley Sibanda. It also has a selection of Dancers which are charcoal and pencil drawings by Pietermaritzburg artist Kerry Michau. Gallery hours are 10 to 4 on weekdays and 9.30 to 12.30 on Saturdays. Tel: 031 201 6494.

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