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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Book Launch in Durban and AFDA Festival and Shows


You are invited to the book launch of

The Land of Green Gold by Daryl O'Connor

This is a brief history of Natal and Zululand through the eyes of sugar farming pioneers.
Brought to you by Adams Bookshop, Musgrave Centre.

Date: 7 November 2013 at Adams Musgrave Centre.
5:30pm for 6pm.
Please RSVP to cedric@adamsbooks.co.za


(Source - Adams)

The AFDA (The SA School of Motion Picture Medium & Live Performance) DURBAN Campus would like to invite you to the 2013 AFDA Festival in FILM, TV and PERFORMANCE. This festival is an open exhibition of our student's course outcomes of short films, TV productions, stage productions and the musical performers original songs of 2013. This includes the top selected projects from our Durban first year group made in the second semester as well as 3rd and 4th (Honours) year films from our Johannesburg and Cape Town campuses. 


DATE | Sat 23 Nov 2013
TIME | 11am - late
VENUE | AFDA Durban Campus @ 2A Highdale Rd, Glen Anil
ENTRY | R20 once off to watch as many productions as you wish! (No pre-sales. All welcome.)
REFRESHMENTS | On sale eg. Popcorn, candyfloss, cupcakes, boerewors rolls, curry & rice, hamburgers, chips, cooldrinks etc plus a BAR for over 18's with a selection of beers, wine, ciders. Drinks with spirits served from 4pm only.)

Please visit www.afdafestival.com or the AFDA / AFDA Durban facebook pages, Facebook Festival Event or follow @AFDADurban on Twitter to get updates about the festivals.

If you have any questions about courses and/or would like to book an interview about the same, please do not hesitate to contact: Milena Gevers | 031 569 2252 | milenag@afda.co.za 

(Source - AFDA)

Mark Banks is Banksrupt!
The Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 6 - 24 November 2013
South African comedy legend Mark Banks is back – and this time he is going for broke in his new one-man show Banksrupt! which comes to the Elizabeth Sneddon theatre in Durban from 6 – 24 November

After several years of working on the biggest comedy line-up shows in South Africa, Banks makes a triumphant return. The legendary multi-purpose improviser and lighting speed anarchist just keeps getting better! The Royal Albert Hall, the Hammersmith Apollo and the PE Opera House are better off having hosted this iconic showman.

Banksrupt! has been years in the making and in consultation with two wise men, a babbling gnome and Kobus Wiese, the show promises to be his greatest comedy work yet.

The show, which is being produced by Whacked: Special Project, incorporates stand-up, sketch and video making it one that the world could not ignore.
Bookings through Computicket.
Mark Banks Twitter: @markdotbanks
No under 16s


Blue Monday Platform
Catalina Theatre: Monday 11 November at 6pm
If you are a young artist who would like to utilise the stage, then this is your moment! And if you are keen to check out a variety of new acts – come and see what is bubbling under on the entertainment scene.

Blue Monday Platform is a forum to encourage young performing artists to explore, create and innovate. It is a platform that operates on a basic "open mic" theory where the Platform is yours for up to fifteen minutes. Participants can perform anything from poetry to rap, sketches to play excerpts, mime to music.

Blue Monday Platform is on a mission to change the perception of arts and get the youth back into theatre foyers, and also as a showcase for eventors, theatre managers and the public to see what is out there and available. The Blue Monday Platform is trying to make theatre universal, accessible and appropriate for all walks of life - and appealing and challenging to youth to engage with their culture.

Get involved in Blue Monday Platform for this seed of an experience. Entry is free and all are welcome. The bar is open, and it is a perfect opportunity for networking.

Where: Catalina Theatre, Wilsons Wharf
When: Monday 11 November
Time: 18h00
Entry: free and all are welcome
For more info: Radwinn on kzn@pansa.org.za / 074 272 7055

(Source - Publicity Matters) 

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