What Is It?

Have a fondness for arts and crafts? Then be sure not to miss the Online Craft Market ZA. Curl up on the couch and enjoy a little online shopping as they bring you locally made goodies all in one place.

The event page will remain open for 24 hours after the posting has finished, so you can continue to shop and support local vendors!

Each 'stall' will post their items available for sale at various times during the course of the event. If you see something you like, all you have to do is contact the 'stallholder' directly to place your order. All shipping, details and costs will be provided and done from the particular 'stall' you shop from. Online Craft Market ZA are essentially a platform for various makers and creators within Gauteng to show you their wares.

Don't forget to share the love, invite family and friends, follow the "stall's" social media platforms and give them a like.

When Is It?

Saturday, 30 May 2020 from 11:00 to Monday, 01 June 2020 at 23:00. 

Where Is It?

Online on Online Craft Market ZA's event page.

Visit the Online Craft Market ZA event page and click "GOING" to get updates, notifications and news regarding the event.

How Much Is It?

Entrance to the online market is FREE.

For More Information 

For more information about this online event, visit the Online Craft Market ZA Facebook events page.

Please note: online events are subject to change, be cancelled or postponed at any given time. Please visit the organiser’s social platforms to confirm if this event is still happening.

What Is It?

The Freetown Collective is presenting online concerts - Freetown Thursday Concerts. They are bringing a taste of the Caribbean to your home with a team of talented musicians from Trinidad and Tobago.

The concert will also feature spoken word poets and live interactive sessions. Don't miss out on the experience.

When Is It?

Thursday, 14 May 2020 at 00:00.

Where Is It?

Online, click here.

How Much Is It?

Free.

For More Information

For more information, click here.

Event is subject to be cancelled at any given time, so please check to avoid disappointment.

What Is It?

Your Fridays are about to become a day to look forward to as The Westchester Arts & Music Block Party introduces some fresh talent.

This is a great time to support these up and coming artists, so stay tuned to the weekly live streams.

When Is It?

Friday, 08 May 2020 - Friday, 29 May 2020 at 18:00 PDT.

Where Is It?

Online, click here.

How Much Is It?

Free. 

For More Information

For more information, click here.

Please Note: Event is subject to be cancelled at any given time, so please check to avoid disappointment.

Marquee TV Comes To South Africa!

Those who enjoy the grace, beauty and thrills of performing arts, opera, dance and theatre are in for a special treat as Marquee TV launches in South Africa. Marquee TV brings the Bolshoi Ballet, the Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne, the Royal Shakespeare Company and many more straight to your TV, laptop, tablet or smart phone – anytime, anywhere.

Launched in 2018, Marquee TV is an on-demand streaming platform that's dedicated to global arts and culture. Offering a world-class catalogue of contemporary and classic masterpieces, Marquee TV was created for a growing digital audience of determined culture lovers and the arts-curious.

Marquee TV features thousands of hours of content that includes exclusive titles, behind-the-scenes views, early releases, directors’ cuts and shorts and much more.

Dinita Gohil as Viola and Kara Tointon as Olivia in Twelfth Night. Photo by Manuel Harlan

Dinita Gohil as Viola and Kara Tointon as Olivia in Twelfth Night. Photo by Manuel Harlan.

Where You Can Watch Your Favourite Arts

Viewers stream their favourite art performances in many ways. Marquee TV can be streamed on various different platforms including:

Watching performances on demand is a distinct experience from heading to the theatre, and streaming is opening up cultural content to a new arts-curious generation,” says Simon Walker, co-founder and CEO of Marquee TV. “After successful launches in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand, we’re thrilled to bring Marquee TV to South Africa, giving customers access to premier multi-genre performing arts content that is not available anywhere else.”

With theatres, auditoriums and cinemas across the country closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, Marquee TV offers a convenient and exciting addition to at-home viewing. Plus, it’s available nationwide!

Betroffenheit _ Kidd Pivot _ Electric Company Theatre

Betroffenheit. A Kidd Pivot & Electric Company Theatre.

Productions You Can Expect To See

Marquee TV’s programming includes acclaimed productions including:

Catch Premieres Every Saturday

New releases premiere every Saturday, giving you something new and different to look forward to every week.

A few recent premieres have included:

Shows to look out for during the month of May 2020 include:

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Opus Arte. David Tennant as Richard II.

Get A Special Offer When You Subscribe

Marquee TV is available in South Africa at R99.99 per month or R999.99 per year.

New subscribers get the first 14 days FREE.

Click here to view their plans.

And for a limited time only, they're offering 30% off on annual subscriptions, which means you'll pay R699.99 for the year. Plus, you still get the first 14 days free. But this is for a limited time only, so subscribe now.

For More Information

For more information, visit www.marquee.tv.

You can also like and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates, news, information and releases.

What Is It?

Don't miss Australia's best with a concert featuring Tod Mckenney, Ben Mingay, Lucy Maunder and many more talented artists.

This is a must see.

When Is It?

Monday, 11 May 2020 at 19:00 (Australian Time).

Where Is It?

Online, click here.

How Much Is It?

Free. 

For More Information

For more information, click here.

Please Note: Event is subject to be cancelled at any given time, so please check to avoid disappointment.

How To Make A DIY No Sew Face Mask

Did you know that you can make a mask yourself? Try your hand at making this no sew face mask. Get all the supplies, grab the kids and start crafting your own personalised masks from the step-by-step tutorial below. This easy tutorial shows you a quick way to make a washable mask using a couple of hair ties and a bandana.

DIY Home Made Face Mask From Socks

Have mismatched socks lying around the house? Well, try out this no sew face mask DIY with the little ones. Check out this video, get crafty and make your face mask using old socks with some help from the kids.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnmE9ziLqfk

Three Easy No Sew Face Masks Using Things You Have At Home

Make not one, but three face masks at home with these easy steps. They are affordable to make and don’t require a sewing machine. So, follow this easy step-by-step video and try your hand at any of these masks.

DIY COVID-19 Fabric Mask (With Filter Pocket) Sewing Tutorial

Once you and your little ones have created these masterpieces, don’t forget to take care of them to make sure that they are always clean and safe to use. Make sure you:

Three Easy Face Masks From Cloth Bag

Here are three simple and easy surgical face mask DIYs you can definitely make at home. The instructions are easy for the kids to understand, making this the perfect DIY for you and the little ones.

DIY Face Mask With Slot For Filter With Patterns

With this tutorial, you can learn how to make a mask that’ll make it easier for you to breathe by using air filters. The filters will prevent dust and infection, but need to be changed regularly. You can download any pattern from the internet and print it on your fabric or you can choose a pattern you’ve created yourself.

Easy DIY Neoprene Face Mask 

With the weather changing constantly, it can be difficult to stay warm and keep safe from the virus. This mask is just what you need to help keep you warm, as the fabric helps insulate temperature.

Disclaimer: We, under no circumstances, state that this will prevent or stop the COVID-19 virus, but recommend this as an added measure of protection. 

Have you made your own mask? Share a photo of your creation with us to help inspire others.

What Is It?

"A solo exhibition by renowned South African artist, Diane Victor, entitled FOLLY, FRAILTY AND FEAR will be hosted at the UJ Art Gallery from 1 April to 6 May 2020.   Victor uses drawings, printmaking and alternative processes to create a compelling new body of work.

The fortuitous choice of April fool’s day for the opening of this exhibition bodes well for her exploration of notions of folly, irrationality and stupidity.  Her work alludes to the ramifications of foolish actions on individuals and their society."

When Is It?

Wednesday, 01 April 2020 at 18:30.

Where Is It?

University of Johannesburg, Con Cowan Theatre, Johannesburg, Gauteng.

How Much Is It?

Entrance is Free, RSVP Here.

For More Information?

For more information, visit their website.

What Is It?

Experience the diversity of dance from hip hop to ballet with the National Society Of Dance Teachers.

Calling all dancers who want to participate to make sure they book their ticket. This event promises to be filled with energy, talent and many forms of expressive.

This festival is a dance showcase like no other.

Candidates are awarded a certificate & have the potential to win Best in Section medals

When Is It?

Tuesday, 01 October 2019 - Sunday, 06 October 2019 

Where Is It?

The Lesedi At Joburg Theatre, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, Gauteng.

How Much Is It?

Tickets are R30 - R70 per person | click Here.

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit the Here.

What Is It?

Be a part of this unique experience with the festival and conference of theatre for children and young people. Cradle Of Creativity 2019 aims to celebrate the culture of the performing arts through showcases for the youth.

The multifaceted African characteristics will be depicted in the art of theatre, dance, music and puppetry. This is an awesome experience for the youth to be part of.

The festival will be taking place around Johannesburg so check out which one suits you and head out for some fun times.

Learners can attend a full day of performances and workshops. Delegates and artists can sign up for the conference.

Don't miss it!

When Is It?

Tuesday, 24 September 2019  at 10:00

Where Is It?

Various Areas, Johannesburg, Gauteng. (check areas on ticker link)

How Much Is It?

Tickets are R30 - R80 per person, get your ticket Here.

For More Information

For more information, visit Here.

Craft Café

Craft Café is an arts and crafts store and café in Benoni. Aside from serving a good cup of java and freshly baked cakes that change daily, they also specialise in quality wool, scrap-booking necessities, a wide array of beads and beading tools, as well as a rainbow of mosaic tiles. They offer daily arts and crafts classes on beading, mosaics, quilting and scrap-booking for every level of experience. Check out their website to see what courses they are running on any given day. You can also see their Facebook page for handy arts and crafts hints and ideas and even memes.

Find more information here. 

Pottery Junxion

The Pottery Junxion in Edenvale is a specialist store in all things ceramic. They have a huge variety of ceramics, paints and mosaics. And they offer a variety of workshops for both young and old, professional or amateur. They also host some specialty courses. Some of the workshops they offer are ceramic painting, mosaics, Powertex and clock making. And they also host birthday parties, so you can make a day of art and craft fun with your friends and family. Check out their Facebook page to see their workshops.

Find more information here.

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Craft Classique

This craft store in Kempton Park imports special 180gms Premium Italian Flower Crepe paper. They use this high quality crepe paper to sculpt the most beautiful realistic flowers. This shop also stocks various other fine craft materials. They offer classes to teach how to use their high class products to make crepe flowers and for decoupage. You can find the date and times of these classes on their Facebook page.

Find more information here.

The Yarn Tree

Needless to say, The Yarn Tree is a yarn store. What makes this store special is that they have a wide variety of yarn, available in natural, hand dyed, acrylic, imported and local. They also have crochet and knitting accessories in store. While knitting and crochet might be a little old-fashioned to some, it can still be an enjoyable hobby. You can join them for a class on knitting and crochet to learn beginner techniques or to make bags, shawls, jerseys, teddy bears and even baskets. Make sure to check out their Facebook page to see when their workshops take place.

Find more information here.

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Mimmic

This gallery and studio in Kensington focuses on pewter. Pewter is a clay like substance made from a mixture of metals that hardens. The final product from pewter crafts looks similar to silver. Mimmic offers beginner workshops that includes a kit with all the necessary tools and supplies. They also offer workshops in copper and other techniques. Check out their Facebook page to see their upcoming workshops.

Find more information here.

Lavender and Time

Lavender and Time are also based in Edenvale. They sell and repair sewing machines and stock everything needed for quilting, embroidery and crocheting. These include fabric, wool and cotton, thread and needles. They host classes in quilting, embroidery, crocheting and even have the occasional smocking class. To see when and where their workshops are, check out their Facebook page.

Find more information here.

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Do you know of any other arts and crafts courses we may have missed? Let us know about them in the comments section below!

Anyone who listens to jazz or even loves going out to live music spots can tell you that Joburg is slowly losing its kick for live jazz music. Being a lover of jazz myself, I can most certainly tell you - it's breaking the hearts of many.

Don't you worry though, there are still a few places that are keeping the hope alive for an amazing jazz experience. Now, let's take a look at these amazing gems that still breath life into Jozi.

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Untitled Basement

Situated in the busy and bustling Braamfontein sits the Untitled Basement. Many say, "never heard of it" but the music hunters know all about. If you know where Artivist is, then surely you have heard about this pot of gold.

This is where some of the best musicians in the country come to showcase their art and experiment with the soothing sultry sounds of jazz and other awesome music. An alternative live entertainment space is something that the listener does not expect. It is unique and very artistic - showcasing character that music brings to the table.

Just keep an eye out for "We Got The Jazz" which can either be on a Thursday or Friday on their Instagram.

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The Marabi Club

If you are looking for a new spot where jazz still lives on with its immaculate and smooth sounds, the unexpected New Doornfontein opens its small door of mystery to The Marabi Club.

Inspired by the significant Jazz culture that New Yorks' Harlem has been known for, "Marabi" brings an electric and addictive vibe, not forgetting creativity at it's best. This mysterious spot is absolutely beautiful, the decor gives you a whiff of nostalgia.

Not only do they have good live music, their food and service is of absolute quality.

Niki's Oasis

Just for exaggeration effect, Niki's Oasis has been around since the AD's. Niki's has to be the most nostalgic environment to be in, as soon as you walk in.

This is one of the best spots to find Jazz and many other genres and performances such as spoken word. Their culture of word of mouth has kept this establishment up and running ever since and it has become a slip off the tongue name for many.

Some would call it rusty, I call it an "old soul's heaven" type of place where you just feel at home - a must visit.

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The Good Luck Bar

The Good Luck Bar is situated at the 1 Fox Precinct and has become the most sought for venue for events and of course, to feed your live jazz craving.

Encouraged by the creative surrounding that The Sheds has, this space has become one that many outgoing people appreciate and creatives can relate to. If you want to find out when the next jazz sesh is, check out their social pages or just simply contact them.

Last Strum...

Right when you thought Live Jazz was done for, and Joburg comes to the rescue, let's go out and enjoy!

{Featured Image By The Marabi Club}

What Is It?

Travel on an amazing journey of musical genius, Mbuso Khoza and the Afrikan Heritage Ensemble as they render beautiful music African inspired music in Ijadu Le Afrika.

This event, powered by Kaya promises to bring the Afropolitan touch for good music and good vibes. This performance will be commemorating Africa Day so come through and have a good time.

Don't miss out!

When Is It?

Saturday, 25 May 2019 at 19:00

Where Is It?

Mandela Theatre At Joburg Theatre, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, Gauteng.

How Much Is It?

Tickets are R200 - R250 per person, get your tickets Here.

For More Information.

For more information, visit their Facebook page.

Come and celebrate the performing artists of our country and theatre at large with the National Theatre Awards 2019. These are the people that bring stories to live - the drama, the comedy - I could go on and on. The list is endless.

So get your tickets now and experience the infamous Fear Of Missing Out!

When Is It?

Sunday, 20 May 2019 at 20:00

Where Is It?

Mandela Stage At Joburg Theatre, 53 - 57 Simmonds, Brammfontein, Johannesburg, Gauteng

How Much Is It?

Entrance is R200 per person. You can get tickets Here.

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit Here.

What Is It?

FEDA is back again to showcase stage perfection at its best. This years' Festival of Excellence In Dramatic Arts is bringing more amazing performances to the Joburg Theatre.

This is a platform for young artists to learn, grow and showcase what they have to offer. This amazing platform is all about expression and embracing the fact that young people do want more than just the average in the society.

So don't miss the drama!

When Is It?

Monday, 04 May 2020 - Saturday, 31 May 2020.

Where Is It?

Joburg Theatre, Loveday Street and Hoofd Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Ticket information not communicated yet, please visit this website for any updates!

For More Information

Visit their Facebook page and their website for more details.

What Is It?

Spend some quality time with the fam and enjoy the outdoors at the Gardens Family Fun Day, which will be jam-packed with arts, food and crafts. There will be lots of live music and dance performances that will delight the entire family, as well as fun games lined up. Also, all rides on the day are FREE! Just don't forget to take these along with you:

Please note: STRICTLY NO GLASS BOTTLES AND NO BRAAI STANDS ALLOWED!

When Is It?

Sunday, 28 April 2019 from 10:00 – 18:00.

Where Is It?

The Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens, Malcolm Road, Poortview, Roodepoort, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost between R100 and R380 and can be purchased at Webtickets and all Pick n Pay outlets .

Early Bird tickets (limited):

Family Package (limited):

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit their Facebook page.

You can also contact them on 071 921 3429.

What Is It?

This January, be sure not to miss out on the tenth edition of the Good Mood Market at Irene Village Mall. This unique night market is the first of its kind to be held at this location. Visitors can expect everything from delectable food and refreshing drinks, to niche arts and crafts and live entertainment. This is the perfect place to spend some quality time with your family and friends while enjoying the vibrant atmosphere. Keep an eye on their Facebook event post to see what entertainment will be lined up for the evening.

When Is It?

Thursday, 16 January 2020 from 17:00 – 22:00. This market takes place every third Thursday of the month.

Where Is It?

Irene Village Mall, corner Nellmapius and Van Ryneveld Avenue, Irene, Pretoria.

How Much Is It?

Entrance to the market is FREE.

For More Information

For more information about this market, visit their Facebook page.

Human Rights Festival

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019.

Here is something even more exciting and worth looking forward to on this special day. The Constitutional Hill Human Rights Festival is super proud to present their second edition of The Human Rights Festival. And where else could this amazing event be held other than at Con Hill? The Human Rights Festival is one of the signature events at Constitution Hill to uphold our culture of human rights. This year’s Human Rights Festival coincides with South Africa celebrating 25 Years of Democracy as well as the 70th Year of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights . See you there!

Copper Bar Human Rights Day

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 15:00 - 23:55.

On this Human Rights Day, make sure you join in at Copper Bar Human Rights Day in Bryanston as they celebrate this day Joburg style. This place has an amazing view and an amazing menu. It is an intimate and elegant rooftop experience allowing you to hide away from the hustle and bustle of city life. So, make sure you bring your friends to do so you need to get your hands on those tickets. Tickets are R50 per person, get yours here! Also visit this Facebook page for more information.

Copper Bar Human Rights Day

Beefcakes Human Rights Gay

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 19:00 - 22:00

Beefcakes is always fun and the vibe you are looking for is nowhere else but here! On any given evening, Beefcakes offers a variety of live entertainment acts, themed nights and fabulous events to tickle the fancy of just about anyone with a pulse. So, if you are looking for something out of the norm to do this Human's Right Day, this is just where you need to be. They say everyone has the right to be gay on this day and any other day, so let's go be just that!. I'm ready I don't know about you. Visit this Facebook page for more information.

JHB Culinary and Pastry School Market/Open Day

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 10 AM – 3 PM

We all know the best way to celebrate any holiday in Mzansi is through mouthwatering, amazing and lekker food. We also believe you will love this event because there is going to be plenty to feast on, oh yeah bring your appetites this Human's Rights Day. All of these prepared by their own culinary and pastry students. See you there, check it!

Safari & Secret Underground Dinners

Date: Friday, 22 March 2019 at 19:00 - 23:00.

This event is not happening on the 21st of March, but still worth going to to celebrate the Human's Right's Day weekend. Zwipi is one of our favourite underground bar and restaurant and we love their events because they always host epic events. So, without furthermore to do make sure you join in on this Safari Dining experience. This place is also said to give you an unforgettable experience of delectable foods and drinks in two of the most astonishing Johannesburg inner-city spaces, which are both located at the Thunder Walker on Gandhi Square. Bookings cost R595 per person, including paired drinks, city tour and a three course meal.

Human Rights Debate

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 15:00 - 17:00.

Are you into debating and talking about the things that matter? Well then, you're in for a treat because this event gives you just that and more. Gather your friends and head to Apartheid Museum, they will be hosting a dialogue entitled The Black Body: still a site of oppression. So, will you be joining this Human Rights Debate?

Human Rights Day

An Audience With Imogen Heap

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 19:00 - 21:00.

Guess who is coming to town! No it's not Santa guys it's still too early for him to pay us a visit, plus we're still taking down the Christmas decorations. Imogen Heap is the one coming, exciting right! We think so too. Heavy Chef is very thrilled to announce that they have added a very special evening to Imogen's tour together with the crazy awesome people at Victoria Yards for Ms. Heaps' intimate, impromptu performance. Imogen will be telling her own story, playing a selection of stripped-down songs, engaging with the audience and expounding her views on creative entrepreneurship, technology, Blockchain, cryptocurrency and the music industry at large. See you there, click here to find out more on the event.

Colour My Pride

Date: Saturday, 23 March 2019 at 13:00 - 17:00.

We told you the weekend is about to get amazing right. We strongly believe in rights for all and that is what this month and every other month is South Africa should stand for. Colour My Pride is a safe space, colour run and picnic created for the awareness of Human Rights as the LGBTQ community. Donation drive through will also be there. Please come with any of these; sanitary pads, bathing soap or toothpaste. Come give without expectations and make sure you have fun while at it.

Ponte Challenge

Date: Sunday, 24 March 2019 at 19:00 - 10:00.

Fitness is always something to look forward to, think about it as your goal to feel and look good. You'll be doing your health a favour, so be sure to join in for this first ever Ponte Challenge of the year. You will be tackling 900 stairs from the core of Ponte Tower up to the top floor (54), yes guys 54 floors. You can do it right?

Migrant Cuisines Tasting Tour

Date: Saturday, 23 March 23, 2019 at 7 PM – 11 PM

Migrant Cusines Tasting Tour is Joburgplaces' signature experience. Knowing that Joburg is the city of migrants allowing us to embrace diversity, which is why we are always looking forward to venturing to other cultures with our taste buds. This Human's Right's Day we are celebrating with dishes that bring people together. The menu is made up of Chinese, Cape Malay, Mozambican, Zimbabwean, Syrian and Indian cuisine. Guests also enjoy two paired drink tasters with the meal (one a beer and the other coffee liquor). Guests can buy other drinks on the tour too. Visit here!

Sharpeville Food Festival

Date: Saturday, 30 March 2019 at 12:00.

In the spirit of Human Rights Day, make sure you head to the Sharpeville Food Festival at the George Thabe Stadium. There will be a variety of food available (about 20 food stalls), as well as drinks and music (from 15 local artists and an international surprise music act). Not to mention a kiddies' corner and helicopter rides on the day. If this sounds like a jol, then grab your tickets for R100 - R350 per person, grab your mates and commemorate Human Rights Day in style!

Sharpeville Food Festival

Kids School Holiday Activities

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 09:00 - 16:00.

Don't panic mom and dad, breathe we've got you covered for this public holiday. We know public holidays are pretty scary sometimes especially if you are a parent, so to help you out we thought you'd love to keep the kids occupied even if they won't be going to school. Bring them to this Kids School Holiday Activities and get them to enjoy free activities. They have Sandart, Lego, fun games and a NEW cookie decorating station! Their favourite clown, Kallie will be there to keep the laughs going between 14:00 – 15:00 on Sundays.

 

Where will you be celebrating the day? Comment down below!

What Is It?

Every second Saturday of the month, Walkhaven Dog Park hosts an arts and crafts market day. The aim of this market day is to provide small businesses with the opportunity to showcase and sell their goods. The types of items they focus on are mainly arts and crafts as well as pet related businesses. And once you're done strolling through the creative market, you can treat your furry loved ones to an afternoon of play, mingling and fresh air at the park.

If you or anyone you know would be interested in putting up a stall for R200 for the day, kindly contact Caitlin on 073 948 7404 or [email protected].

*Terms and Conditions Apply

When Is It?

Saturday, 10 February 2018 from 08:00 - 16:00.

Where Is It?

Walkhaven Dog Park, Plot 77, Zwartkop, Muldersdrift.

How Much Is It?

Park entrance is R35 per adult and R20 per children and pensioners, dogs play for free.

For More Information

For more information about this market, visit www.walkhaven.co.za or check them out on Facebook.

What Is It?

Are you a Fleetwood Mac fan? Do you enjoying meeting and having fun with new friends and likeminded people? Then you will definitely love this Arts on Grant workshop event which is hosted on the first Saturday of each month. This is a great opportunity for you to get out, socialise with other Fleetwood Mac fans and creative folk, while having fun, sipping on a good wine, and tucking into some good food. And best of all, there will be plenty of art and great company to make it an entertaining and exciting night. Pre-book to ensure your spot, and don't forget that this evening will carry a Fleetwood Mac theme. Wine is provided but you can bring your own picnic basket or order a take-out meal during the course of the evening.

When Is It?

Saturday, 04 February 2017 from 18:00 to 21:30.

Where Is It?

124 Ivy Road, Norwood, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

R320 per person and tickets are available at Quickets. Be sure to get your tickets before it's too late.

For More Information

For more information visit artson.co.za, for bookings click here.

Bassline is located in Newtown Cultural Precinct in Johannesburg. Established in 1994, it was then located in Melville but moved to Newtown in 2003.

The concert venue has hosted  big festivals such as Urban Voices, Joy of Jazz and Arts Alive. Artists such as HHP, Louie Vega, Wyclef and many others have passed through the Bassline doors.

Have you been here? Rate and review your experience below!