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Dance, Visual & Physical Theatre
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iKhaya (Home) explores the meaning of home and the pivotal role of women in the home and in the world. “iKhaya was a place where I was born. It symbolised a place of safety where I was surrounded by a sense of love,” explains choreographer Sbonakaliso Ndaba – then her mother died and she was shocked into realising her home had lost its heart. Turning loss into art, Ndaba explores the central role of women as the anchor and the story of children growing themselves, brought up without a sense of home. Relationships are arbitrary and short lived, constantly changing and directionless. The Indoni Academy has become a home for young people seeking a place of belonging, of safety, of family.

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  1. Lazola 3 October 2017 at 1:38 pm - Reply

    Cant seem to register it loads the hole day and brings me back to the main menu, i want to know can i buy those tickets on the venue?

    • CTFringe 3 October 2017 at 7:43 pm - Reply

      Hi there – Sorry to hear this. Yes, you can buy tickets at the door (30 minutes before the performance starts). Or, if you want to be sure you ge a seat, call our Box Office on 0860 002 004 and they’ll email you your ticket. Or send an email to boxoffice@capetownfringe.co.za and we’ll book it for you.

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