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Monday, July 19, 2010


After a brief hiatus to allow world-cup hysteria to subside, St. Clements will once again provide alternative entertainment. The following programme has been arranged for the next six weeks:

July 19: All the things I shouldn’t talk about! - Internationally acclaimed Andries Botha speaks about his recent work and local bigotry.

July 26: Tales of the Rising Sun - Japanese Folk Tales read by Philippa Savage, Pieter Scholtz and James Parker

August 2: Cambridge Seasons - Marí Peté shares poems and photographs of a year spent in Cambridge through a multimedia presentation.

August 9: Public holiday (National Women’s Day)

August 16: Pat Smythe reads some original stories with a South African flavour.

August 23: Pimp My Poetry - An evening of fresh poetic rhyming and reasoning with Iain EWOK Robinson as well as the launch of his new anthology of Spoken Word text.

Enjoy stimulating entertainment with your coffee, wine, or meal. Table bookings are advised – bookings on 031 202 2511. St. Clements Garden Café & Restaurant is situated in Musgrave Road.