FynArts to climax

2019-05-21 06:00
Catch Alan Committie in Classy Clown at the Hermanus FynArts Festival.

Catch Alan Committie in Classy Clown at the Hermanus FynArts Festival.

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A feast of highlights – music, theatre, workshops, a series of wine tastings, films and special events for children – awaits festival-goers on the closing weekend of the Hermanus FynArts festival.

Catch Evita Bezuidenhoudt and Alan Committie on the morning of Friday 14 June, starring in the hilariously informative (or the opposite, or both) Tannie Evita’s Committie of Enquiry.

That evening, the tone will change, when Pieter-Dirk Uys takes to the stage in Echo of a Noise, which is part memoir and part a nostalgic trip woven into a story that is funny, sad, poignant and utterly compelling.

Committie will continue true to form in Class(y) Clown, on Saturday 15 June. He will explore what people have learned, what they must understand, and how to keep sane.

That evening, Karen Zoid will perform her razor-sharp lyrics in the Curro school hall.

The weekend line-up also includes films and a tribute to Leonard Cohen.

In the first session, well-known master of wine, Cathy van Zyl will introduce the delights of a range of wines.

For the young ones, the programme includes Calligraphy for Wakanda, and a fun beach calligraphy workshop using sand as a canvas. They can also catch maestro, Charl du Plessis at the piano in William the Whale sings Opera or enjoy an afternoon of pure magic with award-winning, Mawonga Gayiya, a graduate of the College of Magic.

An interactive and creative workshop will also be presented by the storyteller and author of children’s books, Sindiwe Magona.

The Dixie Swingers will close the festival on Monday 17 June at 14:00.

V Visit hermanusfynarts.co.za for the full programme. Tickets are available at www.webtickets.co.za, at the tourism office in the station building or phone 060 957 5371.

A feast of highlights – music, theatre, workshops, a series of wine tastings, films and special events for children – awaits festival-goers on the closing weekend of the Hermanus FynArts festival.

Catch Evita Bezuidenhoudt and Alan Committie on the morning of Friday 14 June, starring in the hilariously informative (or the opposite, or both) Tannie Evita’s Committie of Enquiry.

That evening, the tone will change, when Pieter-Dirk Uys takes to the stage in Echo of a Noise, which is part memoir and part a nostalgic trip woven into a story that is funny, sad, poignant and utterly compelling.

Committie will continue true to form in Class(y) Clown, on Saturday 15 June. He will explore what people have learned, what they must understand, and how to keep sane.

That evening, Karen Zoid will perform her razor-sharp lyrics in the Curro school hall.

The weekend line-up also includes films and a tribute to Leonard Cohen among others.For the young ones, the programme includes Calligraphy for Wakanda, and a fun beach calligraphy workshop using sand as a canvas. They can also catch maestro, Charl du Plessis at the piano in William the Whale sings Opera or enjoy an afternoon of pure magic with award-winning, Mawonga Gayiya, a graduate of the College of Magic. An interactive and creative workshop will also be presented by the storyteller and author of children’s books, Sindiwe Magona. The Dixie Swingers will close the festival on Monday 17 June at 14:00.

V Visit hermanusfynarts.co.za for the full programme. Tickets are available at www.webtickets.co.za, or call 060 957 5371.

A feast of highlights – music, theatre, workshops, a series of wine tastings, films and special events for children – awaits festival-goers on the closing weekend of the Hermanus FynArts festival.

Catch Evita Bezuidenhoudt and Alan Committie on the morning of Friday 14 June, starring in the hilariously informative (or the opposite, or both) Tannie Evita’s Committie of Enquiry.

That evening, the tone will change, when Pieter-Dirk Uys takes to the stage in Echo of a Noise, which is part memoir and part a nostalgic trip woven into a story that is funny, sad, poignant and utterly compelling.

Committie will continue true to form in Class(y) Clown, on Saturday 15 June. He will explore what people have learned, what they must understand, and how to keep sane.

That evening, Karen Zoid will perform her razor-sharp lyrics in the Curro school hall.

The weekend line-up also includes films and a tribute to Leonard Cohen among others.For the young ones, the programme includes Calligraphy for Wakanda, and a fun beach calligraphy workshop using sand as a canvas. They can also catch maestro, Charl du Plessis at the piano in William the Whale sings Opera or enjoy an afternoon of pure magic with award-winning, Mawonga Gayiya, a graduate of the College of Magic. An interactive and creative workshop will also be presented by the storyteller and author of children’s books, Sindiwe Magona. The Dixie Swingers will close the festival on Monday 17 June at 14:00.

V Visit hermanusfynarts.co.za for the full programme. Tickets are available at www.webtickets.co.za, or call 060 957 5371.

A feast of highlights – music, theatre, workshops, a series of wine tastings, films and special events for children – awaits festival-goers on the closing weekend of the Hermanus FynArts festival.

Catch Evita Bezuidenhoudt and Alan Committie on the morning of Friday 14 June, starring in the hilariously informative (or the opposite, or both) Tannie Evita’s Committie of Enquiry.

That evening, the tone will change, when Pieter-Dirk Uys takes to the stage in Echo of a Noise, which is part memoir and part a nostalgic trip woven into a story that is funny, sad, poignant and utterly compelling.

Committie will continue true to form in Class(y) Clown, on Saturday 15 June. He will explore what people have learned, what they must understand, and how to keep sane.

That evening, Karen Zoid will perform her razor-sharp lyrics in the Curro school hall.

The weekend line-up also includes films and a tribute to Leonard Cohen among others.For the young ones, the programme includes Calligraphy for Wakanda, and a fun beach calligraphy workshop using sand as a canvas. They can also catch maestro, Charl du Plessis at the piano in William the Whale sings Opera or enjoy an afternoon of pure magic with award-winning, Mawonga Gayiya, a graduate of the College of Magic. An interactive and creative workshop will also be presented by the storyteller and author of children’s books, Sindiwe Magona. The Dixie Swingers will close the festival on Monday 17 June at 14:00.

V Visit hermanusfynarts.co.za for the full programme. Tickets are available at www.webtickets.co.za, or call 060 957 5371.

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