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Tuesday, September 1, 2020


St Clements’ next Mondays @ Six programme will take place on September 7, 2020, at 18h00.

St Clements offers an invitation to share an evening with Pieter Scholtz, author Kirsten Miller who will read from her latest book, All That is Left, and Jane Ross, who will facilitate.

Miller is the author of three novels: All is Fish, which was shortlisted for the Jacana/EU Literary Awards, Sister Moon, and The Hum of the Sun, which won the Wilbur and Niso Smith Foundation’s Prize for Best Unpublished Manuscript, and has been long-listed for the Dublin Literary Award. Her non-fiction book, Children on the Bridge, about her early experiences working in the field of autism, was long-listed for the Alan Paton/Sunday Times Award. She has twice been the recipient of the Minara/Aziz Hassim Literary Award.

All That is Left is a story of loss, love and betrayal, of acceptance and letting go. It captures internal conflicts in South Africa, the personal and political pains of both the past and the imagined future. The books will be available for sale on the night at a discounted price.

Audiences are required to wear a mask. As it will be outdoor seating, dress warmly and bring a blanket. Maximum four guests per table.

Bookings limited to diners only in support of St Clements restaurant and staff. To help waitstaff and chef and with safe distancing, patrons are requested to arrive a little before 18h00 to open their tab and place orders.

 Table bookings essential: RSVP ST Clements on 031 202 2511

Short story contest.

St Clements’ next Short Story Contest  “The Bells of St Clements and The Belles of St Clements” has had to be postponed. Update will follow later.

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