Posts Tagged ‘Artscape Theatre’

WIN: Tickets to see Judith Sephuma

04/06/2015

judith sephuma one wordBush Radio 89.5fm is giving 3 lucky listeners and their partners the opportunity to see Judith Sephuma live in concert on Saturday the 6th June 2015 as she embarks on her ONE WORD national tour.

For one night only Judith will will be performing songs from her new album ONE WORD at the Artscape Opera House.

Providing solid back up are a superb line-up of musicians that are stars in their own right: Camillo Lombard (keyboards), Lucas Khumalo (bass guitar), Mark Goliath (keyboard), Allou April (guitar) John Hassan (percussion) and Joey Williams a drummer from Los Angeles.

If you would like to win a set of double tickets send the keyword ONE + YOUR NAME + SURNAME to 32158.

Line close at 2pm on Friday the 5th June 2015 and the winners names will be announced at 3pm

SMS cost R1 and free minutes do not apply.

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Fede Fokol: 25 Years of SA Hip Hop documentary (free screening)

20/02/2015

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The Artscape Resource Centre and Bush Radio bring you a screening of Fede Fokol: 25 Years of SA Hip Hop documentary.

Venue: The Artscape Resource Centre
Time: 12 – 3pm, this Saturday (21 February 2015)
Damage: FREE, snacks will be served

There will also be rap performances by Ndlulamthi and SLK and spoken word performances.

A little about Fede Fokol:

Fede Fokol – 25 Years of SA Hip Hop, is a documentary researched by Jo’burg hip hop activist Rashid Kay. It traces the roots of the artform in South Africa from the days of its inception in Cape Town through revered crew Prophets of the City all the way to where hip hop currently is now.

It breaks down hip hop into four eras:
1. The Pioneers (1986 – 1995): POC, Karamo,
2. Developmental Years (1996 – 2002): The Le Club Era with the likes of Skwatta Kamp, Cashless Society etc.
3. Golden Years (2003 – 2008): Skwatta Kamp, Pitch Black Afro, H2O etc.
4. The New School (2009 – Present): Jozi, Driemanskap, AKA, Cassper, Youngsta, Reason, etc.

Interviewees include:
DJ Ready D , Rocco (Karamo), Kalashnikov (2Black2Strong), L-Skillz (Crowded Crew), Bob Mabena, Lance Stehr, Snazz D, Youngsta, Kaydo
Osmic, ProVerb, DJ Cleo, Slikour, DJ Lemonka, Simone Harris, C-Live, Krossword, AKA, Red Button, Notshi, Driemanskap, iFani and more.

Documentary running time: 47:58

Screening will be followed by a discussion on the future of Cape Town hip hop.

Win a Chance to Experience International Hip-Hop Dance Theatre

02/03/2012


Mixing it Up is a hip-hop dance theatre festival happening at Artscape on Saturday the 10th and Sunday the 11th March 2012.

The festival will showcase the best of South African DJs, dance crews, and you will experience leading hip-hop dance theatre with crews from France, Germany, UK and Zimbabwe.

Bush Radio is giving 10 lucky listeners the opportunity to win tickets to this awesome event!

* If you would like to enter to win a set of double tickets to Mixing it Up for Saturday the 10th March: SMS your name and the keyword MIXSAT to 32158.

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** If you would like to enter to win a set of double tickets to Mixing it Up for Sunday the 11th March: SMS your name and the keyword MIXSUN to 32158.

Enter as many times as you like to improve your chances of winning. Sms costs R1 and free minutes do not apply.

You have until 9am on Thursday the 8th March 2012 to send your sms, the winner’s names will be announced later that morning in the Morning Cruise.

Mixing it Up – International Hip Hop Dance Theatre

27/02/2012

A new South African hip hop dance theatre festival which aims to showcase the best of South African dance crews is set to hit Cape Town (and Johannesburg) in March 2012.

With Bush Radio‘s long history of being involved in the hip hop community we have come on board to give the Mixing It Up festival some much need airtime and give the artists exposure.

The festival will give South African audiences the opportunity to experience leading edge hip hop dance theatre with a uniquely South African flavour. Featuring dance crews such as Immortal Style from Cape Town and Soweto`s Finest from JHB. In addition to the dance performances, we will see the inclusion of well known South African rappers and DJs. The festival will also feature international hip hop dance theatre pioneers from France, Germany, UK and Zimbabwe. Including a special appearance by the duo Clash 66, Sebastien Ramires (France) and Hyun-Jung Wang (Germany).

Tickets are available at computicket at a cost of R50 and R30 for students on presentation of a valid student card.

Dates: 10 & 11 March

Venue: Artscape Theatre

Doors: will open at 15h00 for free dj jam, clothing stalls, bboy freejam, and graffiti exhibition

Performance: start time 20h00

Mixing it Up is made possible by the British Council in collaboration with Matchboxology Creative Incubator, Heal the Hood Project, Artscape Theatre, Goethe Institut, French Institute, the University of Johannesburg, French Embassy, EUNIC, DJ Switch, and Bush Radio.


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