This year’s festival promises a feast for dance and theatre lovers over 12 days with a programme featuring some of the world’s most innovative dance theatre work from South Africa, Africa and abroad.
The Durban leg of the concert tour will be held at the ICC in Durban on 14 December.
Book review – Generation One by Pittacus Lore.
The programme will pay tribute to the greatest male dancer of the 20th Century, Rudolf Nureyev.
Book review – A Secret Garden by Katie Fforde.
Book review – This is How it Always Is by Laurie Frankel.
The Grammy award-winning Ladysmith Black Mambazo will also perform at the local fund-raiser.
The Durban Men’s Choir was established in January of 1971 and has been entertaining people all over South Africa and even toured overseas.
The event will be family oriented and focus on local producers and entrepreneurs, the aim being to bring people together, and into the city, for a night of live entertainment, good food and great atmosphere.
KZN high school choirs will unite for an evening of choral music at the Culture@Kearsney Choir Festival.
Celebrate at this musical event and Christmas craft market rolled into one.