Celebrate Africa Day 2017 at the Alexander Upstairs
Four women with diverse cultural backgrounds will collaborate with their expertise in the art disciplines of poetry, music and dance to celebrate Africa Day at the Alexander Upstairs Theatre.
Performance poet Haroldene Tshienda won a 2017 Cultural Affairs Award from the Department of Arts and Culture for her Contribution to Literary Arts. She is also an author of three books entitled NEVER GIVE UP, MOVING FROM PAIN TO POWER and BLACK POETRY. She is also an entrepreneur, the founding director of Tshienda Publications.
Lize Agulhas is a singer, songwriter, composer, musician and a skills developer in her community of Mitchells Plain. She will ignite the audience's souls with a beautiful blessed and enchanting voice.
Sizipho Gcasamba is a dancer, actress, poet, African drummer and artistic director at African Angels, also known as Ingilosi ze Africa.
Berry Klein is an author, pastor, community leader, entrepreneur, philosopher and a skills developer.
Ignite the spirit of ubuntu at the 201 7 Africa Day Festival at the Alexander Upstairs on 27 May at 16:00. Tickets are available from the Alexander Bar website, with seats costing R100 if booked and prepaid online or R120 if paid on collection at the bar. For telephone enquiries, call 021 300 1652. The Alexander Bar, Café and Theatre is situated at 76 Strand Street in the Cape Town city centre and can be followed on Facebook and Twitter.