[Eugene Yiga] My first visit to Galbi almost didn't happen. Even though the restaurant is visible from Long Street, actually getting inside it required navigating through a back alley and past some shops in an obscure Cape Town mall.
[Eugene Yiga] Following the performances of Grace at the Oude Libertas Amphitheatre in Stellenbosch, The Cape Dance Company (CDC) presents Cadence at the Artscape Theatre as part of its annual end-of-year season.
[Eugene Yiga] AFDA, the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance, is set to present its annual showcase of graduate student short films and tele-novella productions. We spoke to Garth Holmes, chairman and co-founder of AFDA, to find out more.
[Eugene Yiga] For the second year in a row, The Test Kitchen was named the country's top restaurant at the Eat Out Awards. We spoke to head chef Luke Dale-Roberts to find the secret ingredient of his winning recipe.
[Eugene Yiga] Matt Bianco, the sensational UK jazz-funk band, is heading to Cape Town for one concert only. We spoke to them to find out more.
[Eugene Yiga] For over 30 years Andrew Buckland has worked as a writer, performer, and director across theatre, television, and film.
[Eugene Yiga] Classical-pop star Selim Kagee, described by Die Burger as "South Africa's own Bocelli", will perform at Cape Town's Baxter Theatre for one night only. We spoke to him to find out more.
[Eugene Yiga] The Cape Consort returns to the Fugard Theatre to continue its Monteverdi Project. Presented in the same spirit as its highly popular precursors, the group's new programme is entitled Anticipating the Apocalypse. We spoke to musical director Hans Huyssen to find out more.
[Eugene Yiga] The last time that playwright Louis Viljoen and director Greg Karvellas teamed up with actors Mark Elderkin and Nicholas Pauling, the result was the award-winning Champ. Now it looks like they've got another hit on their hands in The Frontiersmen, a dark tale of sex, drugs, and property development.
[Eugene Yiga] Since its inception, the Baxter Theatre's annual Dance Festival has been a platform for over 300 choreographers to present works featuring over 1000 dancers from across the Western Cape. Now in its ninth year, the growth shows no signs of slowing down.
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