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CAMAGU

An extravaganza that celebrates our heritage and cultural identity under the theme “BACK TO OUR ROOTS”. The 5 indigenous theatre and dance productions are mainly created by young theatre makers from the Free State Province. These productions promote our cultural diversity as South African. This festival comprises of enthralling cultural experience that consists of production […]

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AFRIKAANSE LEGENDES IN KONSERT

Persverklaring | Afrikaanse Legendes in Konsert – Herontdek die Legendes van Afrikaanse Musiek[Bloemfontein, 20 Julie] – Afrikaanse Legendes in Konsert, ‘n viering van musiek deur ou Afrikaansemusiek legendes, is gereed om gehore te betower met ‘n unieke herinterpretasie van tydlose treffers. Hierdie konsert, aangebied deur PACOFS in samewerking met Phoenix Productions, vind plaas op die21ste

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS – CLOSING 6 NOV 23

Call for Artistic Production Proposals 2024 – 2025 The Performing Arts Centre of the Free State (PACOFS) extends an invitation to all theatre practitioners and performing artists to submit production proposals that will diversify and decentralize the curated Artistic Programme for 2024/25, with the inclusion of all artists from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds; including

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Bloemfontein community rallies behind PACOFS garden restoration project

The community of Bloemfontein has demonstrated overwhelming kindness and support for the PACOFS garden restoration project. Numerous phone calls, WhatsApp messages, and Facebook posts have been received offering assistance for the initiative. The PACOFS garden restoration project, which seeks to revamp and improve the garden at the Performing Arts Centre of the Free State, has

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NEW CEO commits to turn-around at PACOFS; ploughs own money into theatre gardens

To symbolise that he will do whatever it takes to turn PACOFS around, the recently appointed CEO of PACOFS, Mr Themba Dlamini, will personally pay a contractor to improve the gardens around the theatre complex. Dlamini is also organising a staff gardening clean-up day for Monday, 6 March, when all PACOFS staff members (65) will

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