The call for registration for the 2020 Fringe at the National Arts Festival is now open! The 46th Festival will take place from 25 June […]
The National Arts Festival transforms Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown) into a multi-stage, multi-genre arts experience. The Festival runs from 27 June-7 July this year. This year’s Fringe programme has […]
Much of the work performed on the Student Festival at this year’s National Arts Festival demonstrated that students are grappling with the politics of gender.
The best of new works on the National Arts Festival’s Fringe were celebrated at at the Standard Bank Ovation Awards function at the Monument in […]
Upcoming playwright and Fleur du Cap nominee Nwabisa Plaatjie brings her deeply personal story 23 YEARS, A MONTH AND 7 DAYS, which is set against the […]
Fringe festivals – the playground of the independent, original artist – continue to be a vital force in global arts, as evidenced by the massive […]