Posts Tagged ‘fingo festival’

The four-day festival guarantees a fun-filled, educational, and highly entertaining experience for the whole family to enjoy at no cost. This year features the Children’s programme with legendary story-teller Gcina Mhlophe, activists and professionals in the Dialogue Sessions, and a medley of music, drama, and dance performances

Andile Nayika 

Trying to integrate all of the Grahamstown community with the Festival is something of an uphill battle. Fingo Festival is an attempt to educate and entertain people so that they can participate in the main Festival, and it’s still a work in progress.

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The Fingo Festival has been running for four years. They have children’s shows in the morning and live music, dance and performance pieces in the evenings. But the feeling in Fingo Village is that they are ignored by the National Arts Festival.

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Artists go green in this year’s Festival as both theatre and dance productions aim to educate the public about the importance of the environment. Lunchbox Theatre’s The Tree Show and Orange Farm Dance Theatre’s Engagement of Love are two productions that aim to entertain while educating.

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