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The Something Prince

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The Something Prince

08 Jul 2015 - 02 Aug 2015

The Market Theatre and Windybrow Theatre present Sue Pam-Grant’s The Something Prince ‘’The Self Portrait - the study of self.  The Artist’s most intimate theme – ‘HERSELF’ It is in the complex view inwards - the gaze that penetrates back beyond the frame, that allows the viewer to see the lines, the lineage, the history, the cellular patterning, the memory, the mark, the scar ...the trace, left by time. It is that ‘introspective view’ that reflects and mirrors the gaze, of the viewer looking in.”  (Sue Pam-Grant 2015] The Market Theatre is proud to present Th...

Evolution of Indian Music

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Evolution of Indian Music

10 Jul 2015 - 12 Jul 2015

Drisha Music Academy - Evolution The Market Theatre with Drisha Music Academy present Evolution of Indian Music. Drisha Music Academy is excited to present Evolution – a journey through the ages of Indian music. Evolution will take you through the ages of Indian music from Classical to Bollywood , from Bhajan to Qawali and from Sufi to Fusion! As the 10 year celebration production - Drisha Music Academy invites you to join in the celebration. With talented students performing some of your favourite hits – it is a show not to be missed. Three days, three different shows, be wowed by Evol...

Crepuscule

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Crepuscule

11 Jul 2015 - 02 Aug 2015

Laager Theatre reopens with two dynamic shows Classics by Can Themba and Barney Simon back in the limelight After almost 18 months of renovations, The Market Theatre is delighted to be reopening its Laager Theatre with productions created by two luminaries in South Africa’s cultural history. The Laager Theatre will reopen in July with two dynamic and award-winning young directors adapting and reviving works written by Can Themba and Barney Simon. Both figures became cultural icons through their creative work and its socio-political critiques of the oppressive regime of the day.  W...