15th - 18th February
The Flowers at Night – directed by Megan Nell
An exploration of the wonder and beauty of our indigenous flowers which grow and bloom in the most impossible conditions

15th, 17th & 22nd February
Love’s Light – created and performed by by Lisa-Marie van Wyk
A compilation of songs of love and loss

16th February
Bat – created and performed by Improguise
Improvisation in the format of old-time radio

16th – 19th February
An Evening In the Company of Grief – directed by Lara Bye
Bringing the mourning experience to light
* please note this performance is at a private home in Plumstead - details on booking.

17th – 19th February
In Transit – directed by Sibahle Mabaso
What lies between the end of existence in one realm and the beginning of existence in another.

19th – 21st February
Diapason – directed by Savannah Steyn
A sensory symphony of light, sound and shadow

20th – 23rd February
Djeli – written by Katlego Chale and directed by Mmatumisang Motsisi
An immersive spiritual experience, where the audience will encounter a darkness that holds more life than death

22nd – 25th February
Eat the Stars – directed by Jaqueline Dommisse
A meditation in dance, poetry and space on the metaphor of human stories in a cosmic context
* please note this performance takes place at the SA Astronomical Observatory in Observatory

23rd – 25th February
Cantos of a Life in Exile written and performed by Makhaola Ndebele
A delicate tale of finding one’s true self


24th – 25th February
Red Boots –directed by Caroline Calburn
An original visual-dance performance created specifically for 1-3 year olds that explores friendship, loss and adventure

24th – 25th February
The Heart of the Ocean – created and performed by Jori Snell
Created for 3-7 year olds that celebrates the forces of nature and the imagination

With much thanks to our supporters who have helped make this season. Without you we would not have been able to bring Theatre in the Dark to light.