July 2018

Cape Town Fringe set to return in 2019

By |17th July 2018|Buskers Festival|

The Cape Town Fringe is going to be put on hold for 2018 as organisers prepare for the 2019 edition, but the popular Buskers Festival component will go ahead […]

October 2017

New Cape Town Fringe journey pays off

By |16th October 2017|News|

This year’s Cape Town Fringe, an 18-day festival of theatre, dance, comedy and music, was marked by new beginnings that auger well for the future of arts […]

Celebrating the freshest of the Fringe

By |7th October 2017|Fresh Awards|

The Cape Town Fringe Festival draws to a close on Sunday, 8 October. The 18-day feast of drama, music, dance, physical theatre, comedy and illusion was […]

The finalists of the Fringe Fresh Awards are…

By |7th October 2017|Fresh Awards, News|

The Cape Town Fringe FRESH Awards celebrate and recognise stand-out performances and creativity.

Finalists are nominated throughout the Fringe by a panel, which will be kept […]

Gallery: a photographer’s view of the Fringe

By |5th October 2017|News|

Cape Town-based photographer Nardus Engelbrecht has zoomed in on the fourth Cape Town Fringe. Here is a selection of his photographs…

To see more of Nardus’s work, see our […]

Buskers bring colour and cheek to Cape Town

By |3rd October 2017|Buskers Festival|

The second Cape Town Buskers Festival adds a colourful exclamation mark to the Cape Town Fringe when it springs to life from 5-8 October
An array […]

September 2017

Gallery: Stripping down the Fringe

By |30th September 2017|News|

Cape Town-based photographer NARDUS ENGELBRECHT has been spending time in dark theatres at various Cape Town Fringe venues this week to photograph Fringe performances. Here is […]

Party at the Fringe Club with the Jack Mantis Band

By |28th September 2017|Music|

The Jack Mantis Band will be at the Fringe Club at the German Club on Saturday night – for ONE NIGHT ONLY!

The Jack Mantis Band […]

Gallery: Phefumla / To Breathe

By |26th September 2017|News|

Cape Town based photographer NARDUS ENGELBRECHT was at the first performance of PHEFUMLA / TO BREATHE, a work by Thando Doni’s that pulls the stories of […]

What to see at the Fringe on Wednesday

By |26th September 2017|News|

There’s lots to tempt you into a dark theatre on Wednesday 28 September… deliciously dark premieres, theatre that examines contentious aspects of South African life, […]