Featuring some 450 solo and group acts, the show is considered the most inclusive talent production on the continent.
From load shedding to strippers, competition winners share the journeys of people.
The all-new Disney film that was released last month in cinemas, will come to life on an epic scale as it’s screened and accompanied LIVE by the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
First premiered off Broadway in November 2016, the show has since toured America, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Sweden and Italy.
Not only is their art now showcased on glass banks in Joburg, but the three finalists also received cash prizes.
The museum’s recreation will stir the memories of those who saw the original installation and inspire the imaginations of those who didn’t.

This exhibit allows you to take a walk in the shoes of rape survivors

The artist’s exhibition explores gender violence, rape and their aftermath.

Shakespearan play ‘Umsebenzi Ka Bra Shakes’ to showcase this Friday

The play explores Shakespeare within culture and language contexts, raising questions around violence, masculinity, and representation.

Take an art tour of Joburg with Rea Vaya

With one of the largest art collections in Africa, the Johannesburg Art Gallery is one of the country’s best art museums.

Shakespeare’s R&J: A reimagined all-male version of ‘Romeo and Juliet’

In the era of queer consciousness, the play might strike an even more affirmative blow.

School play teaches children how to deal with bullying

The play has five characters from five different backgrounds and tells of how each has to deal with bullying.

‘Burn the Floor’ set to thrill SA audiences yet again

After appearing in New York and London, the show has achieved global status as a must-see dance theatre production.

5 Instagram accounts art lovers should follow

Banksy’s artworks tackle timely socio-political themes, including consumerism, climate change and police brutality.

5 things you can’t miss at the RMB Turbine Art Fair 2019

The fair is highly regarded for its walkabouts with artists and art curators.

Laugh out loud for charity with ‘Penny for a Laugh’ comedy tour

Part of the proceeds from all performances will go to a relief organisation that provides assistance to needy communities.

World invited to watch museum restore Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’

In many ways it is a miracle Rembrandt’s brooding painting has survived the last three and a half centuries to be restored at all.

Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival set for two concerts in Gauteng

This year the world-renowned Lexington Singers from Kentucky will be sharing the stage with local choirs.

What to expect at the RMB Turbine Art Fair 2019

Audiences will have the opportunity to gain insight into the many interesting projects at the fair.

Self-taught SA artist is on the way up

The artist believes that art is something we all do in some form every day.

Last few days to catch ‘Family Secrets’

A blend of sadness and comedy, Family Secrets is really about life.


 


 


 

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