“Women who influenced History”
by June Botha
Wednesday 10th October 11h00
Cleopatra, the seductress
Cleopatra – Queen of Egypt – was a scholar, murderer, brilliant linguist and author of treatises on agriculture, make-up and alchemy.
She is best remembered as the seducer of both Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony.
Wednesday 17th October 11h00
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Eleanor of Aquitaine; the flowering of the Renaissance and the Knights Templar.
One of the leading personalities of the Middle Ages, Eleanor of Aquitaine was beautiful, intelligent and wilful. She married both Louis Vll of France and Henry ll of England and was mother to Richard the Lionheart and King John.
R55 per person per lecture, includes the lecture &
a 10% discount in the café for lunch tables of 2 or more people, booked in advance.
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Casa Labia Gallery (in conjunction with the South African Centre for Photography and the Month of Photography [MOP])
presents an exhibition of photographs by
Araminta de Clermont titled “Transformations”
2nd October to 25th November 2012
Gallery open from 10h00 to 16h00 Tuesday to Sunday
Curator Joao Ferreira will be conducting a walkabout on Saturday 13th October from 11h00 to 12h00
For further information please contact the gallery manager,
Cate Wood Hunter, at email@example.com