Monthly Archives: October 2010

Exhibition by Pieter Hugo opens at Brodie/Stevenson’s new gallery space in Braamfontein

Brodie/Stevenson launches its new gallery space at 62 Juta Street, Braamfontein, with a solo exhibition of new work by Pieter Hugo opening on Thursday 4th November.   For the past year Hugo has been photographing the people and landscape of an expansive dump of  obsolete technology in Ghana. The area, on the outskirts of a slum […]

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Looking forward to seeing the Girl with the Yellow Dress

The Girl with the Yellow Dress opened at the Market Theatre on 18th October and runs till 21st November. The play, written by Craig Higginson and directed by Malcolm Purkey, had sold-out seasons at both the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town and the Traverse Theatre for the duration of the Edinburgh Festival.  It then transferred to Live Theatre […]

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Calling all foodies

 La Vie en Rose, the newest hotspot for all foodies, is one garden eatery you have to visit.   See Joburg Live’s review at ; Another great find is  Contessa’s Tea Shop. See  by

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Some great suburban views in Joburg

For some great scenic routes in Joburg see by

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Jazz at Joburg Theatre

Feya Faku – 6 NovTrumpet/flugel horn player Feya Faku was born in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth. He studied informally with some of the great jazzmen of the sixties and seventies. Feya has travelled the world collaborating and making music with some of the greatest musicians in the jazz world. He will be on stage at […]

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