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Warhorse: The Puppeteers

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From South Africa, via London, comes Warhorse, the extraordinarily successful theater and puppetry collaboration between Cape Town's Handspring Puppet Company and the Royal National Theatre of Great Britain. Warhorse is based on the celebrated novel by British writer Michael Morpurgo. Set in World War I, the novel speaks of the immense slaughter of soldiers on all sides told from the perspective of an English farm horse.

TUT Advanced Research Seminar Series

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The Faculty of the Arts will be hosting guest speaker Leora Farber, Director of the University of Johannesburg's Faculty of Art Design and Architecture Research Centre, Visual Identities in Art and Design.

Siyabakhumbula Awards

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The Siyabakhumbula Awards is intended to posthumously honour a number of extraordinary South Africans who changed the landscape of the country.

Second year design students highlight press freedom

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Print Media South Africa announced the winners of its first 'Design an Ad' competition which seeks to raise awareness among young people of the benefits of the print media at the 10th annual Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards at Turbine Hall, Johannesburg on 10 May 2011.

Pro Helvetia Cape Town Swiss Arts Council

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A dance tour by Compagnie 7273 is the highlight of Pro Helvetia's programme in the second quarter of 2010. The tour, which showcases two contemporary dance pieces, also will appeal to audiences of all ages. 7273 will facilitate two workshops - one of which, 'Family Dance', seeks to reconnect parents and children. There also are music treats by the Mozambican-Swiss outift Watsamba M'Diou, which will tour the Southern African region. Both acts will make appearances at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (26 April - 1 May).