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The Tempest: A very 21st century opera

The Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD series returns to Cinema Nouveau with an inspired and audacious work.

Laws may allow abortion, but it’s much harder to change attitudes

Termination is a legal right, yet thousands still turn to backstreet abortionists, reflecting the ignorance and stigma that surround the issue.

Chill to opera and theatre

Ster-Kinekor has announced its fourth season of filmed National Theatre and Metropolitan Opera performances. We have double tickets to give away.

Movie teaches teens how to budget

A new film is teaching high school learners how to manage their moolah.

Walking the dog in Bellevue

The neighbourhood has changed a lot, but the children and scraps make Mickey happy, writes Barbara Ludman.

Romantic and tragic

<b>Barbara Ludman</b> reviews <i>Manon</i>, currently showing at Ster Kinekor,

Good food in context

Chef Daniel Jardim will give you a recipe, add its ­nutritional value and say when you should eat it.

Say cheese: Why the foodies are smiling

Camembert, gouda, cheddar, brie, mozzarella -- artisanal cheesemakers are churning them out and discerning consumers are loving them.

Bits from here, pieces from there

<b>Barbara Ludman</b> reviews <i>The Enchanted Island</i>, the latest in the Met Opera series currently showing at Cinema Nouveau.

Gisèle Wulfsohn: A self-portrait of courage

<b>Barbara Ludman</b> pays tribute to a photographer whose hallmark was sensitivity and strength.

A glorious pageant

<b>Barbara Ludman</b> reviews Philip Glass's <i>Satyagraha</i>, currently showing at Cinema Nouveau.

Music and myth

<b>Barbara Ludman</b> reviews Wagner's <em>Siegfried</em>, currently showing as part of the Metropolitan Opera's Live series at Cinema Nouveau.

From stage to screen

Ster-Kinekor's annual gift to seekers of high-end culture begins next month at Cinema Nouveau theatres.

Rough with the smooth

The universal success of the Maboneng Precinct has not been mirrored by the food on offer which ranges from brilliant to blah.

An opera about opera

Devotees of soprano Renée Fleming might want to take a look at <em>Capriccio</em>, currently showing at all Cinema Nouveaus

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