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

Nothing is Here

Sat 10th Oct 4pm
Sat 10th Oct 7pm
Sun 11th Oct 3pm
Sun 11th Oct 6pm


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Modorenai

Wed 14th Oct 7pm
Thu 15th Oct 7pm
Fri 16th Oct 7pm
Sat 17th Oct 7pm
Sun 18th Oct 7pm


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Cwaka

Thu 22nd Oct 7:30pm
Fri 23rd Oct 7:30pm
Sat 24th Oct 7:30pm
Sun 25th Oct 3pm


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10

Oct

Nothing is Here

  • Saturday
  • 16:00
  • Artistic Director: Robin Kirsten Theatre Director: Craig Leo Director of Choreography: Themba Mbuli Choreography and performance: Andile Vellem and Siphenathi Mayekiso Puppetry by Ukwanda Puppets and Design Art Collective

An experimental piece that takes nothing as it’s subject matter, performed in and around an architectural sculpture comprised of multiple doors by Robin Kirsten, titled Study for a Museum of Opening Doors. This piece is developed in collaboration with Unmute Dance Company and Ukwanda Puppets and Design Art Collective

10

Oct

Nothing is Here

  • Saturday
  • 19:00
  • Artistic Director: Robin Kirsten Theatre Director: Craig Leo Director of Choreography: Themba Mbuli Choreography and performance: Andile Vellem and Siphenathi Mayekiso Puppetry by Ukwanda Puppets and Design Art Collective

An experimental piece that takes nothing as it’s subject matter, performed in and around an architectural sculpture comprised of multiple doors by Robin Kirsten, titled Study for a Museum of Opening Doors. This piece is developed in collaboration with Unmute Dance Company and Ukwanda Puppets and Design Art Collective

11

Oct

Nothing is Here

  • Sunday
  • 15:00
  • Artistic Director: Robin Kirsten Theatre Director: Craig Leo Director of Choreography: Themba Mbuli Choreography and performance: Andile Vellem and Siphenathi Mayekiso Puppetry by Ukwanda Puppets and Design Art Collective

An experimental piece that takes nothing as it’s subject matter, performed in and around an architectural sculpture comprised of multiple doors by Robin Kirsten, titled Study for a Museum of Opening Doors. This piece is developed in collaboration with Unmute Dance Company and Ukwanda Puppets and Design Art Collective

11

Oct

Nothing is Here

  • Sunday
  • 18:00
  • Artistic Director: Robin Kirsten Theatre Director: Craig Leo Director of Choreography: Themba Mbuli Choreography and performance: Andile Vellem and Siphenathi Mayekiso Puppetry by Ukwanda Puppets and Design Art Collective

An experimental piece that takes nothing as it’s subject matter, performed in and around an architectural sculpture comprised of multiple doors by Robin Kirsten, titled Study for a Museum of Opening Doors. This piece is developed in collaboration with Unmute Dance Company and Ukwanda Puppets and Design Art Collective

14

Oct

Modorenai

  • Wednesday
  • 19:00
  • Choreographed and Directed by Rafé Green Performed by Darion Adams and Crystal Finck

Modorenai, a Japanese words that translates as 'we cannot return' explores different states of mind around touch and finding ways to come to terms with the enforced distance placed between people.

15

Oct

Modorenai

  • Thursday
  • 19:00
  • Choreographed and Directed by Rafé Green Performed by Darion Adams and Crystal Finck

Modorenai, a Japanese words that translates as 'we cannot return' explores different states of mind around touch and finding ways to come to terms with the enforced distance placed between people.

16

Oct

Modorenai

  • Friday
  • 19:00
  • Choreographed and Directed by Rafé Green Performed by Darion Adams and Crystal Finck

Modorenai, a Japanese words that translates as 'we cannot return' explores different states of mind around touch and finding ways to come to terms with the enforced distance placed between people.

17

Oct

Modorenai

  • Saturday
  • 19:00
  • Choreographed and Directed by Rafé Green Performed by Darion Adams and Crystal Finck

Modorenai, a Japanese words that translates as 'we cannot return' explores different states of mind around touch and finding ways to come to terms with the enforced distance placed between people.

18

Oct

Modorenai

  • Sunday
  • 19:00
  • Choreographed and Directed by Rafé Green Performed by Darion Adams and Crystal Finck

Modorenai, a Japanese words that translates as 'we cannot return' explores different states of mind around touch and finding ways to come to terms with the enforced distance placed between people.

22

Oct

Cwaka

  • Thursday
  • 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

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.

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

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

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

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.