PIETERMARITZBURG dancer, Bonwa Mbontsi, has a vision: to grow dancing in every form in the city and the province as a whole, writes ESTELLE SINKINS. Continue reading
The Flatfoot Dance Company presents Sadhana at the Playhouse Drama Theatre in Durban from March 23 to 26.
This is the newest offering from the acclaimed team that created the award-winning Bhakti. Choreographed by Lliane Loots, the work steps boldly into Eastern mystical philosophy and its confluence with African rhythms and dance, creating a dance theatre feast for the senses. Continue reading
Dance ka Josh, an explosion of dazzling costumes, beautiful music and sensational dance is at The Lyric, Gold Reef City at 7pm on Saturday, September 17 and 3 pm on Sunday, September 18.
Created by choreographer Versha Magan, with support from Douglas Skete, Dance ka Josh is an eclectic mix of Indian classical Kathak, Bollywood, Indian folk, hip-hop, contemporary, jazz, and for the first time ever, ballet. Continue reading
A bustling weekend of fun family activities is planned for the annual Glenwood Community Festival which runs from Thursday, September 8 to Sunday, September 11. Continue reading
After premiering with sold out houses and standing ovations, dancer and choreographer South African-born Vincent S.K Mantsoe brings his new solo work KonKoriti home to Johannesburg, with a one night only performance at The Wits Theatre on September 8 at 8pm.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts, presents its 18th annual JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience, at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Pieter Scholtz Open Air Theatre and KZNSA Gallery from August 24 to September 4. Continue reading
SEAN Bovim’s Romeo’s Kiss will be performed in the Playhouse Drama Theatre from May 12 to 15 as part of the Playhouse Company’s New Stages season.
Choreographed by Sean the work features the dancers of the Playhouse Dance Residency and Bovim Ballet. Continue reading
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears. Julius Caesar – the Roman dictator who was assassinated – is making his way to the State Theatre this month. Well, sort of. Continue reading
Durban’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Unit is hosting a celebration to honour Heritage month. Freedom of the Mind is a day-long free family event to be held at Bay of Plenty, next to the skateboard area, on Saturday, September 5, to showcase the breadth of creative talent the city is nurturing. Continue reading
Durban University of Technology’s Drama and Production Studies Department presents its annual season of contemporary dance, Xplosion, at the Courtyard Theatre on the Steve Biko campus from August 25 to 27. Continue reading