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Arts, culture & sport in 2014

Dates Title Details Venue Contact
03 Oct - 07 Oct Wounds to the face by Howard Barker. Directed by Geoffrey Hyland In a series of comic and tragic narratives that are both poetic and provocative, Wounds to the Face examines the many faces we present to each other. More... The Bindery, UCT Hiddingh Campus, 19h00 Nabeelah Khan
021 480 7129
04 Oct - 25 Oct The Stern Exchange exhibition The Stern Exchange is a collaboration between lens-based artist Lien Botha and ceramic artist Clementina van der Walt. More... UCT Irma Stern Museum, Cecil Road, Rosebank, 10h30 Mary Van Blommestein
021 685 5686
06 Oct Madiba Remembered film launch and 20 Years of Democracy photo exhibition Huma Event: Film Launch and Photo Exhibition. More... Kramer Lecture Theatre 1, Middle Campus, UCT, 18h30-20h00 Heather Maytham
021 650 4592
09 Oct - 19 Oct The Tierney Fellowship Group Exhibition The exhibition showcases the new work of three young Tierney fellows of 2013/2014 – Ashley Walters (Michaelis School of Fine Art, mentored by Svea Josephy and Jean Brundrit), Shogan Naidoo (WITS, mentored by Jo Ractcliffe) and Sipho Gongxeka (Market Photo Workshops, mentored by Pieter Hugo).
Opening: 9 October 2014, 18h00 for 18h30
Exhibition Dates: 10 – 19 October 2014
Walkabout: 10 October 2014 at 13h00
Bindery Gallery, Ritchie Building, Hiddingh Campus, 31 Orange Street, Gardens, 18h00 for 18h30 Josephine Higgins
021 480 7170
13 Oct Zoobots Exposure Exhibition Zoobots, the Biological Society of UCT, will be hosting an exhibition of UCT student environmental photography. Tickets will be sold on Jameson Plaza every Monday and Wednesday from 13h00-13h45 until the day of the event. Tickets are also available from Francois Becker, at phrogbecker@gmail.com or 082 216 6198. More ... Jameson Hall, 18h00 Olivia Venter
17 Oct UCT Choir Annual Year-End Gala Concert Join us for a choral extravaganza and an evening of fine music. Tickets R60 for adults, R40 for students and pensioners, available at the door. More... Hiddingh Hall, Hiddingh Campus, Orange Street, 19h30 uctchoir@gmail.com
27 Oct - 31 Oct The White Man's Guide to Sacrifice Directed by Alex McCarthy. Fork & Scholtz have just been accepted into the Lamborghini Club. It is a dream come true, with the clubs connections they will be made in no time. the two young, white South African men have found a cow in their new 7amp; expensive apartment. In The White Man's Guide to Sacrifice the illusions of white South Africa are slowly & hilariously shredded, as the cow stays for one, two then three days, its presence drawing the unwanted attention of the outside world. Arena Theatre, Hiddingh Campus Bookings
27 Oct - 31 Oct Mbuzeni Directed by Koleka Putuma. Mbuzeni follows the sisterhood of four young girls, the structures of their childhood, their fixation with burials, & a forbidden cemetery near where they live. Binery Lab, Hiddingh Campus Bookings
28 Oct - 31 Oct Kalahari Swan Directed by Jason Jacobs. Kalahari Swan follows the idea of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake by revisiting the Prince's struggle for liberation. Adapted into a poetic movement production, we follow the story of young boy living in the heart of the Kalahari who feels trapped in the circumstances he is born into. In an attempt to escape his fate, the boy has to decide whether to stay and work at the local mining company or follow his dreams. Kalahari Swan questions how far we will go to pursue our dreams and how our choices ultimately determine our destiny. Arena Theatre, Hiddingh Campus Bookings
28 Oct - 31 Oct Present in Culpa Directed by Kathleen Stephens. When you are wrong in one world you cannot escape. You will carry that fault that guilt. Each day a routine, to be completed why? We like to remind the mind. If you don't mind. Arena Theatre, Hiddingh Campus Bookings
28 Oct - 31 Oct Fabulous Nothing Directed by Callum Tilbury. I am a writer. And a writer must write. But what must a writer write? I mean, a writer must write...Right? Binery Lab, Hiddingh Campus Bookings
29 Oct Object Relations: Essays and Images, by Stephen Inggs Opening and book launch. Michaelis School of Fine Art in collaboration with The African Studies Unit invites you to the opening of Object Relations: Essays and Images. Edited and photographed by Stephen Inggs. More... Centre for African Studies Gallery, Harry Oppenheimer Institute Building, Upper Campus, 17h30 Meghna Singh
021 650 4034
30 Oct - 01 Nov School of Dance celebrates 80 years The UCT School of Dance celebrates its 80th anniversary with its final production for the year – Dance UCT 2014 at the Baxter Flipside. More... Baxter Flipside Gerard Samuel
021 650 3524

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