Shakespeare Schools Festival under way

Westerford High School performed their version of The Tempest at the Shakespeare Schools Festival SA that opened last week at the D6 Theatre. The...

Home-grown talent on Funny Fest stage

Tokai resident Alan Committie will MC the Jive Cape Town Funny Festival.This year’s Jive Cape Town Funny Festival, which makes a come-back after a...

Album launch

Jacques Coetzee has tutored students in English literature at the universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch and has also been a musical busker ...

Book review: The New Kingdom

The New KingdomWilbur Smith with Mark ChadbournZaffre, Bonnier Books UKReview: Karen WatkinsA sorceress, outlaws, pharaohs, slaves, bandits, charioteers and two brothers are all players...

Call for more frequent sand clearing

Sand swamps the bus stop in Harbour Road.The City’s annual operation to dig Hout Bay out from under heaps of wind-blown beach sand is...

Hout Bay Harbour: A vandal’s paradise

A broken shell is all that remains of the factory where hundreds of workers once processed huge quantities of fish.Brick by brick, the old...

Comedy fundraiser

Host for the evening is producer, Nicola Date. PICTURE: Sean ShannonA comedy fundraiser for Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust will be taking place on...

Coming of age boxing story at Baxter

Daniel Newton plays Flynn who thrusts himself into a gruelling training regime to avoid his internal struggle.Following its debut at this year’s Klein Karoo...

Maskandi folk fusion tour

David “Qadasi” Jenkins and Maqhinga Radebe are from Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal. PICTURE: AMY JENKINSQadasi and Maqhinga Maskandi will tour Cape Town in May.The group...

Top variety acts on Funny Fest line-up

Cabaret Decadence from Montreal, Canada, is on the line-up of this year’s Jive Cape Town Funny Festival.One of the unique selling points of The...