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Arts, culture & sport in 2016

Dates Title Details Venue Contact
12 May African Showcase of tastes, sounds and fabrics IAPO's 20 Years of Internationalisation presents a showcase. Jammie Plaza, 12:00-14:00 SRC International
13 May - 06 Jun FHS Language Festival As part of its programme to build Inclusivity and Respect, the Faculty of Health Sciences is having a Language Festival this May. Read more... Opening ceremony: Frances Ames conference room, 16:00 Mpho Mogotsi
14 May Jarabi UCT Ibuyambo Orchestra will be presenting a 45-minute concert. Through a series of short musical scenes, the concert tells of a contemporary griot who embarks on a journey through Africa and reflects on the splendour and the pain of the African experience. Read more... Baxter Concert Hall, 20:15 Mcebisi Mdluli
15 May New Silk Road Cucurbit Flute Concert in South Africa presented by the Confucius Institute at UCT. Free entrance. Read more... Baxter Theatre, University of Cape Town, 18:30-20:30 RSVP
Queries: Qiling Ying
17 May - 21 May Langalibalele – the scorching sun (English and Nguni) UCT Drama Department presents a play by Neil McCarthy, directed by Clare Stopford. This multi-lingual performance tells the story of the intriguing AmaHlubi King who had powers over the weather and was highly renowned and sought after as a rainmaker. Old Workshop, Hiddingh Campus, Orange Street, 20h00 nightly Little Theatre
021 650 7129
17 May - 21 May The New Works Season After the success of 2015's Barney Simon Season, the UCT Drama Department will once again curate a season of plays from South Africa. Read more... UCT Drama Department, Hiddingh Campus, 37 Orange Street, Gardens Nabeelah Khan
021 650 7129
18 May - 21 May Portret (in Afrikaans) UCT Drama Department presents a play by Philip Rademeyer, directed by Amy Jephta, that looks at what it means to be human. Based on Oscar Wilde's The Portrait of Dorian Grey, Rademeyer's text examines a group of friends whose lives become increasingly disconnected and manipulated by an outside force. Little Theatre, Hiddingh Campus, Orange Street, 19h00 nightly Little Theatre
021 650 7129
25 May Jarabi UCT Ibuyambo Orchestra will be presenting a 45-minute concert. Through a series of short musical scenes, the concert tells of a contemporary griot who embarks on a journey through Africa and reflects on the splendour and the pain of the African experience. Read more... Baxter Concert Hall, 20:15 RSVP
27 May Inspired by Irma IAPO's 20 Years of Internationalisation presents a dance performance by Tandile Mbatsha. UCT?s Irma Stern Museum, Cecil Road, Rosebank, 10:00 RSVP
27 May FHS Language Festival - The Amazing Race As part of the FHS Language Festival, teams of four are invited to join The Amazing Race. Requirements: a hunger to travel the campuses, celebrate diversity and a savvy knowledge of the Jammie Shuttle system. Each team must represent either: staff and students (PG and/or UG); men and women; at least two different languages. Read more... Across UCT campuses, 13:00-16:00 Mpho Mogotsi

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