Category Archives: theatre

“Golden Dog Days”

“Golden Dog Days” – acrylic on canvas – 126 x 400 cm – by Lin Barrie, is a huge 4 meter long canvas, 126 cm deep, worked on by various people over a few years! Kelli Barker, (my make-up-artist daughter) … Continue reading

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Chilo Gorge Lodge Gardens

Chabaudii Aloes overlook the Save River……   Sabi Star…Adenium obesum is a ‘fat ‘ name for such a beautiful plant!   Arthur Barrie spent months last year creating these stunning rock gardens….   A joyous splash of pure colour….   … Continue reading

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Freestate

  (88) Freestate. Freestate A short film by Martha Ferguson A Woman and her Driver have a special bond until a shattering event forces them to redefine their relationship. The film takes place in Southern Africa. Martha is a Canadian … Continue reading

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Machangana Culture

Visit my page: Machangana Culture. what an inspiring community the Machangana, (Shangaan ) people are…..thoroughly embracing modern technology and a competitive world, yet they embrace and respect cultural and family tradition as well…

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Chilo Gorge Gardens and the “snuff box” plant-Oncoba spinosa

Chilo Gardens are looking ever more lush, and our all-indigenous policy is paying dividends as the season progresses from drought conditions to intense rainstorms! One of my favourite plants in bloom now, in front of our future dance arena, is … Continue reading

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