Hilton Arts Festival - Green Man Flashing
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Green Man Flashing

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Sep
15
13:15
16
15:30

1. Please select the total number of seats you require on the seating plan by clicking on the green seat icons;
2. Using the toggle buttons (+ and -) next to each ticket option, determine how many seats are full priced and how many are concession priced
3. Then add to your basket and proceed to checkout

(Note: Stage at bottom of seating plan.)


Standard Seats

R199.00 Standard
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+

With Wheelchair Seats

R199.00 With Wheelchair
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+

1. Please select the total number of seats you require on the seating plan by clicking on the green seat icons;
2. Using the toggle buttons (+ and -) next to each ticket option, determine how many seats are full priced and how many are concession priced
3. Then add to your basket and proceed to checkout

(Note: Stage at bottom of seating plan.)


Standard Seats

R199.00 Standard
-
+

With Wheelchair Seats

R199.00 With Wheelchair
-
+
90m
Drama
14 Years +
Grindrod Bank Theatre
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Age Restriction: 14 Years +
Company: Hilton Arts Festival

International award winning South African playwright, Mike van Graan’s brilliant play GREEN MAN FLASHING is a fast-paced political thriller written in a filmic style and  stars leading stage and television actors, Litha Bam, Michelle Douglas, Tessa Jubber,  Sechaba Morojele with David Dennis.  It’s essentially the story of white ANC loyalist Gabby, and Aaron, her black husband, who returned to South Africa from exile after the ANC stormed to power in 1994. As tensions rise ahead of the crucial next elections, Gabby is raped by her boss, a Cabinet minister with a strong support base in KZN and tipped to become the next deputy president.  The play is regarded as being remarkable for anticipating the real life drama of the ANC Deputy President, Jacob Zuma, being linked to charges of corruption in the arms deal and then later charged with rape.  Lesley Stones, The Daily Maverick: “Sound familiar? We never meet the politician, but you can probably hear his faint “hehehehehe” giggle in your head. Jacob Zuma – sorry, the fictional character – is a dangerous man to cross, and if the allegations of rape were to go public, the political fallout would be huge… Ah yes, remember Khwesi”.   Not to be missed!

 

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