Wushwini Pan African Centre will host a four-day arts festival titledBotho Pan African Arts Festivalfrom 28 September to 1 October 2017 at Wushwini, overlooking the scenic Inanda Dam in the Valley of 1000 Hills.
A packed weekend programme includes drama productions; conversations and panel discussions; storytelling, craft, exhibitions, dance; music; poetry; culinary; film; sound experimentation, CD launches and workshops.
The festival provides the opportunity to re-launch the much-loved and busy arts centre to include its pan-African context during a ceremony on Thursday 28 September 2017. Both the Centre and the Festival will be launched by the Former African Union Chairperson, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma. The evening ceremony includes a host of drummers from many nations literally drumming in the new chapter for the arts centre.
Botho Pan African Arts Festival tickets are R20 per show. The music concert ticketswill be R50,Tickets will be available at Computicket and at the gate, and tickets can booked in advance through Mr Phila Majola on 0725205093 or email him on: .