Six inspiring short performances blend dance and live music, developed by South African artists at William Kentridge’s leading centre for experimental, collaborative and cross-disciplinary arts.
This curated programme features diverse performances from a range of artists including a captivating all-female chorus, rhythmic dance and personal, heartfelt solos. These innovative performances all use text, sound, music, movement and visuals in experimental ways to breathtaking effect to explore themes of social and political change in South Africa.
Founded by the visionary artist William Kentridge, The Centre for the Less Good Idea is an artistic incubator in Johannesburg, supporting artists to follow their impulses, connections and revelations to create groundbreaking new work. This is the first time that this new programme been seen outside of their country.
Performed in English, Zulu, Xhosa, Sesotho and Setswana
Age Recommendation: 14+
Contains some upsetting scenes referencing both recent and historical tragedies and injustices.
Grows in depth and power as it unfolds
These are starting points, interesting perspectives and a valuable platform
Date & time
Post-show talk: Fri 7 Oct, 7.45pm
Audio-described: Sun 9 Oct, 3pm