A Place of Knowing

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Venue: Princess Alice Hall
Jun
27
16:30
28
16:30
29
16:30
30
16:30
Jul
01
16:30
02
16:30

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65m
Theatre
16+

Language: Eng Xho Tsw
Director: Billy Langa, Mahlatsi Mokgonyana
Written By: Devised by cast
Featured Artists: Thuto Gaasenwe, Ntumekelelo Siyepu, Sokuphila Mkosana, Sibulele Sabisa, Anathi Conjwa
Company: Intsusa in collaboration with Theatreduo

.This show acknowledges the contemporary voices and stories of young people living
in South Africa. Five performers transform their personal accounts into a series of
images, songs and monologues where they unpack and explore the complexities of the relationships we have with our parents as young people and how those relationships affect us or shape our lives.

 

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