Theatres, galleries and concert venues close, postpone, or go to plan B

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Tatham Art Gallery
Tatham Art Gallery

Theatres and concert venues, which were just starting to reopen to audiences, have been forced to close again, following the ban on all indoor and outdoor gatherings until Sunday, July 11.

On Monday, both the Tatham Art Gallery, in Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Pietermaritzburg, and the KZN Museum, in Langalibalele Street, announced they would remain shut until further notice.

The Ashburton Aloe Festival, which was due to take place this weekend, has been postponed because of Covid-19 regulations.

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