National Arts Festival 2010

Special Report

National Arts Festival 2010

The Grahamstown Festival is in full swing. The M&G, in association with Cue Online, brings you this special report.


The headscarf is unlikely to trump push-up bras and bling as the dress of choice for hip-hop girls courting fame.

Music, it is said, can calm the savage beast but in Ubom!'s latest production, Breed, it also incites killer instincts.

“What I need now is stories,” says Molloy, one of Samuel Beckett's complex creations in The Beckett Trilogy.

If you ask who is one of the kookiest musicians that South Africa has to offer, Carlo Mombelli springs to mind.

For Dorothy Ann Gould, who performs in the production of Hello and Goodbye, the character of Hester is an old and much-loved friend.

Bruce Little, the creator and star of Little Poof! A Homofabulous Show, believes that art is a creative reflection of society.

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