Methodist Church Hall • Cnr Milton Road and Wesley Street • Observatory • 7925 • Cape Town

Two Metres Apart

An Open-Ended Season

Keep 2m Apart

Wear your Mask

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The atmosphere, the protocol, the new encounters now mid-Covid-19 had a pristine quality. I will refrain from saying it was "new" but the quality of ambiance and care, the degrees of delicacies around the art of this time, was unquestioningly riveting. It could have been a 21st century ritual. - Audience member

What's On

Cwaka

Fri 23rd Oct 7:30pm
Sat 24th Oct 7:30pm
Sun 25th Oct 3pm


Mulato Sujo?

Fri 30th Oct 7:30pm
Sat 31st Oct 7:30pm
Sun 1st Nov 7:30pm


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The Kid Who Did it For Nothing

Sat 31st Oct 3pm


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Syndesi

Wed 11th Nov 8pm
Thu 12th Nov 8pm
Fri 13th Nov 8pm
Sat 14th Nov 8pm


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The Shadow of Brel

Sun 29th Nov 7pm


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Murmurations

Wed 2nd Dec 8pm
Thu 3rd Dec 8pm
Fri 4th Dec 8pm
Sat 5th Dec 8pm


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23

Oct

Cwaka

  • Friday
  • 19:30
  • Conceived and Directed by Qondiswa James Co-written by the artistic team Performed by Tankiso Mamabolo and Namisa Mdlalose Music by Sibahle Sky Dladla Sound Design by Gugulethu Duma Set Design and Lighting by Themba Stewart Photo by Jesse Kramer

Twin sisters in their late 20s, have grown up estranged from each other. When their birthmother goes missing, they begin to share dreams and must rescue their mother from a fear demon in the ancestral realm together.

24

Oct

Cwaka

  • Saturday
  • 19:30
  • Conceived and Directed by Qondiswa James Co-written by the artistic team Performed by Tankiso Mamabolo and Namisa Mdlalose Music by Sibahle Sky Dladla Sound Design by Gugulethu Duma Set Design and Lighting by Themba Stewart Photo by Jesse Kramer

Twin sisters in their late 20s, have grown up estranged from each other. When their birthmother goes missing, they begin to share dreams and must rescue their mother from a fear demon in the ancestral realm together.

25

Oct

Cwaka

  • Sunday
  • 15:00
  • Conceived and Directed by Qondiswa James Co-written by the artistic team Performed by Tankiso Mamabolo and Namisa Mdlalose Music by Sibahle Sky Dladla Sound Design by Gugulethu Duma Set Design and Lighting by Themba Stewart Photo by Jesse Kramer

Twin sisters in their late 20s, have grown up estranged from each other. When their birthmother goes missing, they begin to share dreams and must rescue their mother from a fear demon in the ancestral realm together.

30

Oct

Mulato Sujo?

  • Friday
  • 19:30
  • Conceived and Directed by Lorin Sookool Co-created and Performed by Sumalgy Nuro Dramaturgy by Themba Mbuli

Mulato Sujo explores the politics of mixed race ancestry through dance and live music.

31

Oct

Mulato Sujo?

  • Saturday
  • 19:30
  • Conceived and Directed by Lorin Sookool Co-created and Performed by Sumalgy Nuro Dramaturgy by Themba Mbuli

Mulato Sujo explores the politics of mixed race ancestry through dance and live music.

1

Nov

Mulato Sujo?

  • Sunday
  • 19:30
  • Conceived and Directed by Lorin Sookool Co-created and Performed by Sumalgy Nuro Dramaturgy by Themba Mbuli

Mulato Sujo explores the politics of mixed race ancestry through dance and live music.

31

Oct

The Kid Who Did it For Nothing

  • Saturday
  • 15:00
  • Maurice Podbrey with Nomakrestu Xakathugaga

Accompanied by virtuoso Xhosa traditional musician Nomakrestu Xakathugaga, veteran actor, producer and theatre owner Maurice Podbrey tells the story of how in 1997 he returned back to South Africa after nearly 40 years abroad, and why.

11

Nov

Syndesi

  • Wednesday
  • 20:00
  • Choreographed and directed by Shirley-Anne Bezuidenhout Co-created and Performed by Celeste Botha, Sasha Fourie Myburgh and Tamsyn Spannenburg

Syndesi explores the idea of relationship through space and the different ways of maintaining connection and cohesion despite physical separation.

12

Nov

Syndesi

  • Thursday
  • 20:00
  • Choreographed and directed by Shirley-Anne Bezuidenhout Co-created and Performed by Celeste Botha, Sasha Fourie Myburgh and Tamsyn Spannenburg

Syndesi explores the idea of relationship through space and the different ways of maintaining connection and cohesion despite physical separation.

13

Nov

Syndesi

  • Friday
  • 20:00
  • Choreographed and directed by Shirley-Anne Bezuidenhout Co-created and Performed by Celeste Botha, Sasha Fourie Myburgh and Tamsyn Spannenburg

Syndesi explores the idea of relationship through space and the different ways of maintaining connection and cohesion despite physical separation.

14

Nov

Syndesi

  • Saturday
  • 20:00
  • Choreographed and directed by Shirley-Anne Bezuidenhout Co-created and Performed by Celeste Botha, Sasha Fourie Myburgh and Tamsyn Spannenburg

Syndesi explores the idea of relationship through space and the different ways of maintaining connection and cohesion despite physical separation.

29

Nov

The Shadow of Brel

  • Sunday
  • 19:00
  • Directed by Sanjin Muftic Songs written by Jacques Brel Performed by Godfrey Johnson

This intimate run of The Shadow of Brel will bring fans of Johnson’s right out the shadows of lockdown. BOOK NOW! LIMITED SEATING

2

Dec

Murmurations

  • Wednesday
  • 20:00
  • Created and Performed by Megan Furniss and Louise Westerhout Photo by Jesse Kramer

MURMURATIONS explores unanswerable questions. Must we grant you permission? Are we oroborus; eating our own tails? Are we lying? Is this beautiful? Is it the healing or the offering?

3

Dec

Murmurations

  • Thursday
  • 20:00
  • Created and Performed by Megan Furniss and Louise Westerhout Photo by Jesse Kramer

MURMURATIONS explores unanswerable questions. Must we grant you permission? Are we oroborus; eating our own tails? Are we lying? Is this beautiful? Is it the healing or the offering?

4

Dec

Murmurations

  • Friday
  • 20:00
  • Created and Performed by Megan Furniss and Louise Westerhout Photo by Jesse Kramer

MURMURATIONS explores unanswerable questions. Must we grant you permission? Are we oroborus; eating our own tails? Are we lying? Is this beautiful? Is it the healing or the offering?

5

Dec

Murmurations

  • Saturday
  • 20:00
  • Created and Performed by Megan Furniss and Louise Westerhout Photo by Jesse Kramer

MURMURATIONS explores unanswerable questions. Must we grant you permission? Are we oroborus; eating our own tails? Are we lying? Is this beautiful? Is it the healing or the offering?