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Friday, September 5, 2014


Coming up in the Mondays @ Six at St Clements programme will be the final three events this year:

September 15: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (Modern English translation by Neville Coghill) featuring The Miller’s Tale; The Wife of Bath’s Tale and The Nun’s Priest’s Tale read by Rick Andrew, Jane Ross and Pieter Scholtz.

September 22: JAPS – Jerome Pillai, JMS and Friends. "Take a trip down memory lane with the good vibes from a guitar, cry with Mona Lisa, laugh with Charlie Chaplin and ... what’s with the Mice?"

September 29: Myths, Masks and Miracles. Launch of Pieter Scholtz’s new collection of traditional stories from Africa, illustrated and designed by Lindy Pelzl. Most African countries have kept their cultural traditions and beliefs alive for thousands of years through their myths, legends and folktales. The stories in this collection are based on creation myths and folktales from various parts of Africa. They include stories about the pharaohs of Ancient Egypt and the legendary kings of Ghana, as well as stories about the ordinary people of Africa, rich and poor.

St Clements is situated at 191 Musgrave Road. Mondays @ Six run between 18h00 and 19h00. Booking is advised on 031 202 2511. There is no cover charge but there is a donations box to support presenters.