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Ballet and picnic in the park with La Sylphide

Opening on Sunday 1 February, the Cape Town City Ballet’s much anticipated annual season at Maynardville Park will feature four performances of the enchanting ballet, La Sylphide. Running until 22 February……

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WESTERN CAPE EQUINE TRUST

In March 2010 it was decided to try and take ex racehorses into the Horse Care Unit(HCU) situated at the SPCA and thereby do something to help get suitable homes for ex racehorses……

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Velocity Films

The Loeries Official Rankings have been announced and Velocity is delighted to have taken the top spot as number one…..

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La Motte Museum

LA MOTTE MUSEUM INTRODUCES EXCITING NEW EXHIBITION – HELGAARD STEYN AWARDS 1987-2013…..

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VELOCITY FILMS

KEITH ROSE RECEIVES LOERIE HALL OF FAME AWARD……

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Art in the Forest

Art in the Forest presents ‘’Women in Clay” – a group show by established and well loved South African women ceramic artists….

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Decorex – design & lifestyle exhibition

Cape Town, April 2014 Craig Port has teamed up with Cape Town’s luxury beach destination Shimmy Beach Club to create the ultimate Manscape…….

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Art – San Culture

!Khwa ttu (KT) is a San Culture and Education Centre situated on the West Coast which is dedicated to celebrating San culture – past, present, future. Its key goals include restoring and……..

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Cape Town City Ballet season hits New York Times

Cape Town City Ballet’s upcoming Christmas season was featured in an special report in the New York Times about…..

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Ballet

ShareIn the late 18th and early 19th century a Romantic pas de deux developed involving closer physical contact, ballerinas pointing on their toes in the hands of their partners. As the 19th century progressed the form became a showcase for …

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