Darling Museum candelight theatre. Theatre of the mind.

The Candlelight Theatre evening at the Darling Museum was a great success. A long table down the centre of the main hall with 50 guests. Six short stories. Readers hidden from view and stories playing with our minds and imaginations by subdued candlelight.

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Evita’s Free Speech 17 Jun: KAKTUS FILES #10: Independence found and lost

ANC cadre Evita Bezuidenhout tries to expose fake news and highlight alternative facts with a weekly episode of EVITA’S FREE SPEECH. This week Tannie Evita reflects more on our history with her Kaktus Files edition 10: Independence found and lost.

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Evita’s Free Speech Ep146: Kaktus Files no.9: Dismantling Symbols of State

ANC cadre Evita Bezuidenhout tries to expose fake news and highlight alternative facts with a weekly episode of EVITA’S FREE SPEECH. This week Tannie Evita reflects more on our history with her Kaktus Files edition 9: Dismantling Symbols of State.

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A very successful evening – Trivia and Music quizzes and Karaoke

Co-host of the Trivia and Music quiz section, John writes – “I am pleased to report that we had a blast on Friday evening. Hats off to Alisha and the Perron team and particularly technical sound support and great Karaoke by Stefan.”

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Kahn Morbee of the Parlotones to perform at Evita se Perron

Coup for Evita se Perron. Kahn Morbee, lead vocalist/guitarist of South Africa’s most loved musical outfit THE PARLOTONES has over the last 4 years forged his reputation as a solo artist performing as KAHN. His artistic and musical contributions on all of THE PARLOTONES studio albums have received critical acclaim across the globe and his solo project is setting him on course to follow the same path.

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Evita’s Free Speech Ep145: KAKTUS FILES #8: Bloody rivers and Boere monuments

ANC cadre Evita Bezuidenhout tries to expose fake news and highlight alternative facts with a weekly episode of EVITA’S FREE SPEECH. This week Tanie Evita reflects more on our history with her Kaktus Files edition 8: Bloody rivers and Boere monuments.

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Big Fish School of Digital Film making moves to Cape Town

The Big Fish School of Digital Filmmaking has, as of July 2017, relocated all its training from Johannesburg to Cape Town’s Green Point campus. This after the school was established in Johannesburg in 2007. Funded by the European Union (EU), 150 students attending the school have been selected to be a part of a 13-month Citizen Journalist Course, whereby laptops and mobile phones are given to each student to film stories in their communities.

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