In October 2014, Afrovibes celebrated 20 years of theatre, dance, music and culture from the new South Africa.
'In 1994 a new nation was born. Since then, our artists have been showing the world that South Africa has stories to tell: stories that speak to the collective memory of who we are, that speak of life in South Africa today - stories that link us to the world.'
James Ngcobo - Artistic Director, Afrovibes
The festival marked the 20th anniversary of the end of apartheid with a programme of contemporary award-winning South African productions, performances and screenings, alongside each venue's Township Cafe: a lively meeting-place and the backdrop for a festival fringe of free events, exhibitions, late-night music and great South African-themed food.
If you missed the festival, here are some of the highlights of Afrovibes 2014.
Click here to view the Afrovibes brochure