Friday 17 May: David Walters and The Ceramics Gallery present
SGRAFFITO – WORDS ON POTS
Inspired by the FLF, SGRAFFITO (inscriptions or drawings scratched or printed onto pottery) will exhibit works from Sue Howard, Ralph Johnson, Susan Lomas, Yvonne Martin, Ineke Nicolle, Ella-Lou O’Meara, Linda Patterson, David Walters & Sarah Walters. The gallery is open from 10am to 5pm.
Saturday, 18 May: Noseweek editor Martin Welz will chair four extraordinary activist-experts talking about news stories that every South African ought to know (more) about – but government would rather you didn't. Featured speakers: Richard Young on the arms deal, David Klatzow on criminal prosecutions, Shaheen Moolla on the destruction of South Africa’s ocean fish stocks and Mariette Liefferink on the rising flood of acid mine drainage and radioactive fallout.
“Live news” sessions and showings of documentaries will take place at the Protea Hotel Franschhoek on Saturday, May 18, between 10am and 3pm.
Check the Noseweek website at www.noseweek.co.za for more details.
Friday 17 to Sunday 19 May: See the FLF programme for 5 classical music concerts by Music Revival
including the FREE Concert Voices for Africa in the NG Church on Saturday at 6pm,
Sunday 19 May: Students from the Waterfront Theatre College will present a collection of original, literary inspired performances, based on 5 literary plot types: the quest, voyage and return, rebirth, overcoming the monster and rags to riches, on the streets of Franschhoek. The short street theatre performances will entertain festival goers as they move from one event to the other.
Find out more at www.flf.co.za.
For any enquiries or further information on the festival, authors or events please contact Claire Richards at email@example.com or on 082 044 6446