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Hilton Arts Fest bookings open

The full programme for the 26th Hilton Arts Festival is available from Sunday, August 12 and bookings are open from today (Monday, August 13).

In the picture: Searle Brothers, Ash and Brad Searle, AKA The Big Boys and friends, are back with three different dance-themed shows.

KZN’s premier arts festival: the 26th annual Hilton Arts Festival will once again be hosted on the campus of Hilton College from 14 – 16 September, 2018. The festival invites the most interesting offerings from the creative industries in South Africa: theatre; dance; comedy; musical theatre; family theatre; classical music; music revue; big band and contemporary music; visual art and crafts, as well as a series of mindscape lectures, events and discussions.

A limited amount of copies of the programme will be distributed to select outlets around Pietermaritzburg and Durban from Monday, while stocks last.

A full programme can be found online on the festival website

Programmes are available from:
PMB, Howick and Midlands Area: Exclusive Books (Liberty Mall); Bookworld Cascades; Rhumbelow Theatre – Pietermaritzburg; Greendale – Howick; ZuluLulu Art House – Piggly Wiggly; Chocolate Heaven @ The Junction – Nottingham Road; Hilton College Theatre
PMB, Howick and Midlands SPARS: Parklane, Mills – Hayfields, Quarry
Highway Area: Burgess Florist; Tina’s Rhumbelow
Highway SPARS: Hillcrest KwikSPAR; Maytime – Kloof; Village SPAR – Kloof; Westville SuperSPAR
Berea Area: Adams Musgrave; KZNSA; Rhumbelow – Umbilo; Community ZA Gallery; Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre
Berea SPARS: Avonmore – Avondale Road; Glenwood – Moore Road; Holdens – Florida Road
Durban North and Northwards Area: Exclusive Books (La Lucia & Gateway)
Durban North and Northwards SPARS: Kensington; Lifestyles – Ballito; Mount Edgecombe – Flanders Drive; uMhlanaga Ridge Road – uMhlanga; Eastmans – Glenashley.

More info and updates on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. All details on and general enquiries on 033 383 0127.


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