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Entertainment Cinemas, museums need to apply to arts and culture minister first before they can reopen

Ramaphosa announced places such as cinemas can reopen on advanced Level 3, but the public has been waiting on the exact directions and compliance that will need to be met. 

Entertainment WATCH: World-famous opera house opens to unusual audience, and it’s spectacular

The 2,292 spectators didn’t even take toilet breaks during the performance.

Lifestyle WATCH: What’s the future of theatre in South Africa?

The Market Theatre’s Artistic Director, James Ngcobo, details the various initiatives they have undertaken with actors across the country.

The Arts and Books Leonardo’s ‘quick eye’ may be key to Mona Lisa’s magnetism

This superhuman trait, which top tennis and baseball players may also share, allowed the Renaissance master to capture accurately minute, fleeting expressions and even birds and dragonflies in flight.

The Arts and Books Creativity thriving in lockdown at the Javett Art Centre

The institution recently invited South Africans to create lockdown art, proving that people are doing more than baking banana bread.

The Arts and Books Stolen Banksy work from door of Paris Bataclan found in Italy

The portion of the Bataclan door is not the only Banksy to have been stolen from Paris.

The Arts and Books Catch SA choreographer Vincent Mantsoe in dance short film ‘Cut’

The screening will be accompanied by interviews and behind-the-scene videos.

The Arts and Books SA International Ballet Competition to be held virtually

It is the only international ballet competition in Africa, on a par with similar contests held annually throughout the world.

The Arts and Books Cape Town artist explores diseased body in new exhibition

The exhibition takes a deep dive into the physiological experience of living with a chronic or serious illness.

The Arts and Books Winners announced for 55th Fleur Du Cap Theatre Awards

‘Kinky Boots’ was the judges’ favourite, bagging six awards.

The Arts and Books Broadway’s ‘Frozen’ is first musical to permanently close due to virus

“Frozen” — based on Disney’s blockbuster hit movie — will not reopen on Broadway, the production said Thursday, marking the first musical to announce permanent cancellation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Arts and Books National Arts Council extends deadline for funding applications

The council’s new call for project funding focuses on proposals that comply with Covid-19 restrictions and protocols.

The Arts and Books Put on your dancing shoes and catch ‘Mamma Mia! Together Again’

Get ready for a fun night of laughs, stories, nostalgia and those unforgettable Abba songs.

The Arts and Books Broadway to stay closed until at least September

New York’s beloved Broadway theaters will not reopen until at least early September, its trade association announced Tuesday.

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