The centuries-old art of Xhosa storytelling has been brought alive by two new plays making their début at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown this year – both with an exciting new twist of using puppets. Armed with miniature sets...
The National Arts Festival swings into a first big weekend of action with three sold out shows for Irish international comedian Dylan Moran. There’s also heaps of jazz featuring Stirling High-schooled star drummer Kesivan Naidoo rolling up a storm together...
The National Arts Festival in Grahamstown was recognised around the world as an expression of the freedom enshrined in the South African constitution, Eastern Cape premier Phumulo Masualle told hundreds of cheering, whistling festinos as he officially opened the...
Well-known performing arts centre, Artscape, as usual brings world-class productions to this year’s National Arts Festival. The festival, which starts today, celebrates various facets of the arts and sees thousands from around the world gathering to perform or watch the...
Over  the past few years, family theatre at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown has gained ground and this year festinos can expect another exciting programme from the International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People (Assitej) SA. On...
A production celebrating the coronation of Xhosa King Zwelonke Sigcawu is among the shows being performed at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. My People, My Church focuses on the king and Xhosa nation at large. It features artists from Mbhashe...