Join us at NIROX Sculpture Park on Africa Day for a celebration of the finest in African storytelling.
On the line-up we have amazing child-author Stacey Fru, Bandile Sikwane with two new books, a historian - Nomalanga Mkhize - Yamkela Tywakadi reading from the new Sibahle Dolls Collection book series, much-loved Tracy-Lee Easthorpe with 'Obnoxious Naledi', and the ever-popular Refiloe Moahloli with her new book 'Yes Yanga'.
For entertainment there will be an interactive gumboot dancing session around midday, so make sure you whip out those Wellingtons so we can put them to good use.
Tickets are available at www.niroxarts.com. We look forward to a family day of storytelling and nature in the Cradle of Humankind.
10h00: Stacey Fru: Smelly cats go on vacation
11h00: Bandile Sikwane: The Big Sneeze
12h00: Nomalanga Mkhize: In Africa with Avi and Kumbi
13h00: Gumboot dancing
14h00: Yamkela Tywakadi: When Bontle met Zuri
15h00: Tracy-Lee Easthorpe: Obnoxious Naledi and the Poppysmic Fairy
16h00: Refiloe Moahloli: Yes Yanga
Delicious nosh will be provided by NITA's Kitchen – the weekend popup restaurant in the NIROX Pavilion.
Children of all ages are welcome. Bring your blankets and camp chairs, and join us for a storytelling feast in the Cradle of Humankind. Tickets can be found at www.niroxarts.com.
Tickets: R150 online or at the entrance on the day.
Children under 12 enter free of charge.
Students & pensioners R100 at the entrance on the day.
No food, drinks, pets, gazebos or sporting equipment may be brought into the park.
NIROX is an outdoor venue and as such is subject to the weather. While ever care will be taken to ensure an enjoyable experience for guests, in the event of inclement weather a decision will be taken on how to proceed. No refunds.
Children must be under adult supervision at all times. Entry to the park is at your own risk. NIROX is not responsible for any loss, injury or damage.