A reminder to book your tickets!
Open Book is just round the corner! The programme is available in different formats for your convenience – as a print-friendly download, a digital flipbook, or the traditional day-by-day listing that you can book from. There’s something for everyone, whether you are looking for conversations mining the state of our nation, poetry and performance, or an hour of laughter. It’s close to impossible for us to highlight one event over another – we have no doubt that each conversation is going to live on long after the Festival is over.
|It’s close to impossible for us to highlight one event over another – we have no doubt that each conversation is going to live on long after the Festival is over. That being said, poetry has long been a vital part of what we do, and we are delighted to be collaborating with Hear My Voice on two events.
|Poetry enthusiasts will want to attend or perform at the Red Wheelbarrow Open Mic. With SIndiswa Busuku and Kwanele Nyembe (another of the poets who is attending the retreat) headlining, it’s sure to be on fire. To join the lineup, register on the day between 3 and 4pm at the venue.
|A reminder that tickets for all events are available through Webtickets. Please note that even where an event is free, you will need to book and produce a ticket at the door. Purchases of 5 or more tickets gets you an automatic 20% discount.
As in the past, we are offering comps to students, as well as to those who experience the ticket price as a barrier to entry. If you would like to be considered, please mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Please remember that the nature of festivals is that there are changes. If you are using a download of the programme to make your choices, double check our website that nothing has changed before making your booking.
If you have any questions or need further detail about the participants, the books or the venue, please get in touch with Frankie.
If you have any media related queries, please get in touch with Martin.