Episode 2 of the Nguni Villas Mic Sessions The Nguni Villas Mic Sessions were established in May 2018 and are for all artists needing a platform, hoping to gain exposure. The project is currently based in Cape Town and serves to explore the city’s abundance of undiscovered talents – from […]
‘Cape Town is not yet ready to endorse the idea of having a theatre in Khayelitsha.’ Theatre director Mandisi Sindo talks to us about the importance of Makukhanye Art Room.
Julia Anastasopoulos talks the success of Suzelle DIY, her new series with Showmax and creating believable and likeable South African characters.
We catch up with creative director of #FemmeinPublic, a powerful project furthering the representation of gender non-conforming people of colour
“It’s happening live, and there aren’t retakes, for them or you. Then you get something special”, says performance photographer Nardus Engelbrecht.
ANY BODY ZINE is a collection of art, photography, and writing centered on the topics of bodies, dance and movement in South Africa. We spoke to the people behind it all.
Jay Pather schools us on the transformative power of Live art.
The ICA Live Art Festival is bringing diverse and provocative performance art to the Mother City. We’ve highlighted just a few of these performances, artworks and installations.
Local actress Phumzile Sitole talks to us about struggles, auditions, mentors met in coffee shops, and her flourishing career in New York.
The drag/theatre/writing queen takes to YouTube to unpick pertinent topics like male privilege and subjectivity.
We chat to the rising comedic star about Brutal Fruits, sweaty jerseys and how it’s not always easy being ‘the funny guy’.
We had a quick WhatApp convo with four distinct, talented and fearless artists, who are presenting work at this year’s Cape Town Fringe Festival.
An email conversation about writing, performance and being a womxn.
Actress, author and activist Buhle Ngaba believes that young South Africa is on the cusp of great changes.
Theatre maker and new-wave comedian Klara van Wyk uses clowning as a medium to make us laugh and think about the serious things in life.