Infecting the City Festival 2017

The much celebrated Cape Town Infecting the City festival will take place between 5 and 8 April 2017. The public arts festival format has changed over the years, it now offers two routes through the city providing different experiences and the opportunity to get close to local artists and creatives. Route 1 takes place on 5 and 7 April from the Company’s Garden with thought-provoking art works and fascinating performances. On 6 and 8 April you can enjoy the second route of the festival which leads from the St Georges Mall/Waterkant Street to the Open House on Long Street.

Infecting the City 2017

ITC Festival - Route 1

Route 1 of the Infecting the City (ITC) Festival will present Indoni Dance, Arts and Leadership Academy’s Ikhaya, at 12h30 and at Grand Parade, Mandla Mlangeni’s Born to be Black, estimated to start around 14h30. Full program and listing of artworks here.

ITC Festival - Route 2

Get ready for meeting some of South Africa's greatest talents of performing arts. See the Darkroom Contemporary’s We, the transposed, 12:30 (Thursday) and 10:00 (Saturday) and Aphiwe Mpahleni’s Ingcibi, estimated 15:30 (Thursday) and estimated 1:15 (Saturday). 


When: Wednesday 5 April and Friday 7 April 2017 from 19:00-21:00

Where: Artscape Arena and Piazza

An evening featuring pop up performances by Mandla Mlangeni, Allison-Claire Hoskins, Zaituna Kala, Lebohang Kganya, Reza Khota and special performances of CORPS by Gaby Saranouffi and Moeketsi Koena. Read more here: ITC@Night 

Infecting the City - Cape Town Festival

ITC- Route 1:

When? 5 April 2017 and 7 April 2017 between 12h30 and 14h30

Where? Company Gardens and Grand Parade, Cape Town CBD 

How much? FREE:-)

ITC - Route 2:

When? 6 April 2017 between 12h30 and 15h30

and 8 April 2017 between 10h and 13h15

Where? St Georges Mall & Waterkant Street to Open House in Long Street, Cape Town CBD

How much? FREE:-)

And make sure to join in the conversation on #InfectingCT

The ITC Sessions 2017 are presented by The Africa Centre, in collaboration with the Institute for Creative Arts (formerly known as the Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts – GIPCA)

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