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“pARTicipate contributes significantly to the dwindling arts coverage space in South Africa and provides a much-needed voice to local artists across all genres. Bruce Dennill has a deep understanding of and appreciation for originating new work in a South African context. If you’re looking for content that is relevant, well-researched and that will (often!) put a smile on your face, hit the subscribe button!”
“pARTicipate is the only South African culture site that spreads its considerable net far and wide across all of the arts – music, theatre, writing, film and more. And under the steady hand of of its critic-in-chief Bruce Dennill, there is a certainty of honest appraisal and enthusiastic reporting on the best of the creative output of our citizens.”
“Bruce Dennill’s support of the arts and his reviews for productions are of the highest order – insightful in words and presentation, in line with the highest standards of international arts and entertainment journalism. He is revered in the industry for his writing, based on his years of experience as a journalist , musician and patron of the arts. His reviews and interviews are encouraging to all in the industry for their in depth and constructive approach and expertise, raising the bar for theatre criticism and assessment in South Africa.”
“Bruce Dennill is an arts critic who’s opinion is highly valued in the world of live performance and entertainment in South Africa. Having reviewed my work often, Bruce’s gaze is honest, encouraging and always refreshing, keeping up with theatrical trends and showing a genuine love, enthusiasm and curiosity for live performance. A show is not complete without his signature review, be it a positive or negative one – he offers a necessary eye and discerning opinion to our industry.”