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Arts and Culture

Parkhurst premieres new cinema

Aug 16, 2019, Author: Hello Joburg

With limited entertainment options compared to the likes of Broadway or Times Square, it’s very exciting to be invited to a brand-new spot in Mzansi. So, when we heard that National Geographic was previewing their new six-part mini-series, The Hot Zone (based on Richard Preston’s best-selling book of the […]

Arts and Culture

Amy Jephta – telling untold women’s stories

Aug 15, 2019, Author: Carly Ritz

Historically underrepresented in the arts, women bring a nuance and sensitivity to the stage and screen that’s able to regale audiences in ways that men simply cannot. We caught up with award-winning South African playwright Amy Jephta, as she prepares for the Royal Court Theatre commission for the Edinburgh International Festival later this month.  READ MORE ON ENTERTAINMENT HERE. Just […]

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Top 3 theatre shows: Stomping magical things on stage this month

Aug 12, 2019, Author: Carly Ritz

STOMP at The Teatro  International Smash Hit STOMP comes back to make some noise for South African audiences this month. And this one is bound to warm you up. A unique combination of percussion, dance and physical comedy, seen by over 12 million people worldwide, STOMP ignites a warmth smack […]

Arts and Culture, People of Joburg

Meet Shabeer Jhetam: CEO of The Glass Recycling Company

Jul 30, 2019, Author: Hello Joburg

“Passionate” is the first word that comes to mind upon meeting CEO of The Glass Recycling Company, Shabeer Jhetam. Seldom do you meet a CEO of a company who believes so fervently in the business he leads and in the lifestyle he endorses. Shabeer uses […]

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True review: Mark Banks on Ice

Jul 12, 2019, Author: Hello Joburg

I’ve never walked out of a comedy show, but there’s a first time for everything. Most comedians have a strong repertoire of funny jokes and a few distasteful ones – some even laugh out loud and snort jokes if you’re lucky. Sometimes there are a […]

Arts and Culture, Featured

Who staged it better? When film and theatre don’t always translate

Jun 24, 2019, Author: Carly Ritz

Rami Malek’s performance as Freddie Mercury in the 2018 biographical flick left die-hard Queen fans in tears and awakened a new love for the rock singer’s music amongst generations born long after The Live Aid concert of 1985. Now, the Bohemian Rhapsody sing-along experience is […]

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Art for Glass finalists inspire creativity and glass recycling

Jun 19, 2019, Author: Hello Joburg

Hello Joburgers, the Glass Recycling Company (TGRC) has successfully concluded the entry period for its Art for Glass Graffiti Competition! Recently our city has seen a surge of beautiful artworks, spurred by graffiti events such as the Festival of Gold in Braamfontein and the numerous […]

Arts and Culture

True review: Chicago and the double comeback

Jun 4, 2019, Author: Hello Joburg

Yes, Chicago the musical came back to the Mzansi stage, but actor South African Craig Urbani made the biggest comeback of the day. Well, my fellow thespian fans, let me call a spade a razzle dazzle and tell you upfront that the most recent run […]

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Focus on precious porcelain at the Antiques Collective

May 31, 2019, Author: Hello Joburg

Hello Joburgers, since hosting the annual prestigious National Antiques & Decorative Arts Faire (NAADA Faire) for the past three years, which turns the Crystal Court into an elegant showcase for antique furniture, collectables and decorative arts, shoppers and collectors are now able to enjoy the […]

Arts and Culture

Art for glass competition encourages artists to paint the city green

May 16, 2019, Author: Hello Joburg

Many individuals are keen to recycle, but often use the excuse that they don’t know where to do so. For this reason, The Glass Recycling Company (TGRC) is hosting The TGRC Art for Glass Graffiti. READ MORE ON ENTERTAINMENT HERE. Competition to draw Jozi residents’ attention […]