ARTICLES RELATING TO GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL 2015

Cape Mongo – the best thing I’ve seen at Fest

2015-07-09 18:26

The Commemoration Church Hall, a dark and musky room and perhaps one of the worst venues at the 2015 National Arts Festival, hides what I would consider one of its strongest works.

A satirical, political murder mystery

2015-07-07 15:52

There is reference to Nkandla and Jacob Zuma, except number one is a white, AfriForum type farmer, and Nkandla is just a farm.

Steve Newman and Ashish Joshi deliver a delicious private performance

2015-07-06 12:43

It’s not every day that you get to spend an afternoon listening to the sounds of South Africa’s best musicians.

Powerful adaptation of true story lays bare SA rape culture

2015-07-04 11:34

How does a play depict rape, especially when it is accompanied by such savage violence? Vanrenen chose to go abstract with it, and though the audience is very aware of what is happening, there is respect for Botha and her story is managed with integrity.

 

A triumph for the first night of Hamlet

2015-07-07 16:38

From the amazing pool of water surrounding the “ship” to a very real, looming spectre, the company created a multi-sensory experience that took an already very visceral and important classical play and imbued it with wonder and awe enough for a contemporary audience.

The best and the worst of the National Arts Festival (so far)

2015-07-06 15:57

It's four days into the National Arts Festival and the programme is awash with things to see and do. If you're flummoxed at the incredible line-up on offer fear not. Here's what's not to be missed and a few people and places you can give a skip.

The Village Green: a shopper’s paradise

2015-07-04 13:14

There’s a lot going on in Grahamstown during the National Arts Festival, and in addition to seeing shows, stopping for a coffee or visiting museums, there is much on offer in the way of retail therapy. It can be a little hard to navigate, so we’ve sampled some of the best spots to do some festival shopping.

An iconic play receives a magical makeover

2015-07-04 10:56

To revive a 20-year-old show is no easy feat. And it’s even more difficult when you’re presenting one of the most well-known South African pieces by one of South Africa’s most iconic theatre makers.

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