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This year’s National Arts Festival may have come to an end on 5 July, but the good news is, you still have time to watch (or rewatch) a feast of shows. You can buy tickets (or use the ones you’ve already booked) for the curated programme and Standard Bank Jazz Festival until 16 July.
ACCESS OVER 270 HOURS OF SHOWS
For the first time in its 46-year history, the festival was held entirely online due to Covid-19 concerns. Luckily, you can still access the diverse collection of South African works - from art, music, theatre, dance, webinars and comedy - which totals more than 270 hours of viewing. Talk about binge-watching.
Plus, you can access vFringe, a pay-per-view platform for artists to sell tickets and gain exposure (90% of the ticket proceeds go to the artist).
On vfringe, you can