Secondary Programme

See below for performance and activity programme for Museum Night at the V&A Waterfront on Thursday the 27th of June 2019. Programme items are presented in the order of their starting times. To view this programme by site, please refer to the primary programme page

5:00 – 5:30 pm

Marching Band

Cape whalers field band

The Cape Whalers Field Band will officially be opening up the evening with a procession performance march starting from the Robben Island Jetty 1 to the Zeitz MoCAA. The band consists of a brass ensemble, dance ensemble, a pit section (marimbas and steel drums) and a percussion section.

The Watershed

ground floor

Join See Saw Do’s interactive co-design event, whereby collaboratively, we’ll create an artwork that will spatially enhance the new computer lab at the Zonnebloem College Estate. We’ll be working with 20cm x 20cm wooden squares, creatively decorated by participants working within a set of limitations. We welcome all ages to participate in our “sum of
small things” pixel painting workshop. This workshop runs until 9:00 pm

Zeitz MOCCA* Reduced Admissions

Museum highlights tours – Ground floor

Featured Exhibitions:
TSIATSIA – searching for connection by El Anatsui
Still here tomorrow to high five you yesterday Chapter 1 and Chapter 2
Cosmic Alphabet by El Loko

*For Museum Night admission price to the Zeitz MOCCA has been reduced to R50 Free admission for students of all nationalities (valid student card required) and under 18s. Last admission at 9:30 pm.

The Cape Medical Museum

Access to healthcare, MSF stands with refugees!

A presentation by the Head of Mission for MSF (Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders) Southern Africa,
Mr Rodd Gerstenhaber.


5:30 – 6:00

Marching Band

Cape whalers field band

The Cape Whalers Field Band will officially be opening up the evening with a procession performance march starting from the Robben Island Jetty 1 to the Zeitz MoCAA. The band consists of a brass ensemble, dance ensemble, a pit section (marimbas and steel drums) and a percussion section.

The Watershed

ground floor

Join See Saw Do’s interactive co-design event, whereby collaboratively, we’ll create an artwork that will spatially enhance the new computer lab at the Zonnebloem College Estate. We’ll be working with 20cm x 20cm wooden squares, creatively decorated by participants working within a set of limitations. We welcome all ages to participate in our “sum of
small things” pixel painting workshop. This workshop runs to 9:00 pm


6:00 – 6:30

Cape Medical Museum

The future of Indigenous Medicinal Herbs

This presentation by Anneline Mohammedt will present brief history on the Montagu Museum Heritage Herb Project alongside a closer look at the indigenous herbs that were used as medicine by the Khoisan peoples that first inhabited the area now known as the Cape.

The Watershed

aquarium side staircase

Vinyl DJ set by Rosemary Lombard

Iziko Maritime Museum

Talk

Out in the cold - training South Africa's new polar scientists presented by Isabelle Ansorge,
Head of Department - Oceanography at the University of Cape Town

Robben Island Jetty 1 Museum

Talk

Introduction to the Robben Island Jetty 1 Museum

The Clock Tower

Opera Performance

Opera performance by Keanan Lyle Mitchell

Zeitz MOCCA

music outside the institution

Keegan Steenkamp Trio – Live Jazz


6:30 – 7:00

Marching Band

Cape whalers field band

The Cape Whalers Field Band will officially be opening up the evening with a procession performance march starting from the Robben Island Jetty 1 to the Zeitz MoCAA. The band consists of a brass ensemble, dance ensemble, a pit section (marimbas and steel drums) and a percussion section.

The Clock Tower

Opera Performance

Opera performance by Keanan Lyle Mitchell

Chavonnes Battery Museum

live music

Recital by the Elsiesrivier Brass Quartet


7:00 – 7:30

The Watershed

DJS at the aquarium side staircase

Vinyl DJ set by Joey Modiba

Iziko Maritime Museum

Talk

South African connections of the Historic Antarctic Explorers presented by Dr Sydney Cullis

Robben Island Jetty 1 Museum

Talk

Conversation with Ex-Political Prisoner Mr Dede Ntsoelongwe

African Trading Port

exhibition

Eyewitness –The Private collection

The Clock Tower

Opera Performance

Opera performance by Keanan Lyle Mitchell

Zeitz MOCCA* Reduced Admissions

Museum highlights tours – Ground floor

Featured Exhibitions:
TSIATSIA – searching for connection by El Anatsui
Still here tomorrow to high five you yesterday Chapter 1 and Chapter 2
Cosmic Alphabet by El Loko

*For Museum Night admission price to the Zeitz MOCCA has been reduced to R50 Free admission for students of all nationalities (valid student card required) and under 18s. Last admission at 9:30 pm

The Cape Medical Museum

MSF achieves 90-90-90 in our struggle against HIV

A presentation by the Head of Mission for MSF (Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders) Southern Africa,
Mr Rodd Gerstenhaber.


7:30 – 8:00

Two Oceans Aquarium

musical performance

Francesca Biancoli Trio

Nelson Mandela Gateway

musical performance

Performance by Abavuki

Zeitz MOCCA

music outside the institution

Keegan Steenkamp Trio – Live Jazz


8:00 – 8:30

The Watershed

DJS at the aquarium side staircase

Vinyl DJ set by DJ Mighty

Robben Island Jetty 1 Museum

Talk

Conversation with Ex-Political Prisoner Mr Dede Ntsoelongwe

Chavonnes Battery Museum

live music below the waterline

Recital by the Elsiesrivier Brass Quartet


8:30 – 9:00

Nelson Mandela Gateway

musical performance

Performance by Abavuki

Zeitz MOCCA

music outside the institution

DJ set by BUJIN


9:00 – 9:30

Two Oceans Aquarium

musical performance

Francesca Biancoli Trio

Iziko Maritime Museum

Talk

Walkabout with the curator, Thys van der Merwe

Robben Island Jetty 1 Museum

Talk

Conversation with Ex-Political Prisoner Mr Dede Ntsoelongwe