Hilton Arts Festival - Suddenly The Storm
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Suddenly The Storm

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Sep
15
10:00
16
10:00

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
-
+
100m
Drama
12 Years +
Grindrod Bank Theatre
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Age Restriction: 12 Years +
Company: Hilton Arts Festival

Dangerous comedy!  Combative, volatile and constantly on the verge of exploding, Dwayne and Shanell Combrink are two halves of a typical South African working class couple. But beneath Dwayne’s angry
violent exterior lies the heartbreak that governs his attitude to life. Dwayne’s a man in mourning.   Shanell believes that his current level of despair was sparked by the death of his childhood friend and work
partner, Jonas. In fact, the source of his mourning and anger lies far further back and goes far deeper.  When the elegant and self-contained Namhle Gumede, born 16 June 1976, arrives on their doorstep, seeking answers to questions that have remained buried for 40 years, Dwayne and Shanell finally discover the truth.  What starts as a smouldering, dark comedy turns into a roller-coaster ride of startling revelations, rages and recriminations – suddenly the storm begins … 

Written by and starring the multiple award winning, prolific playwright, Paul Slabolespszy, Charmaine Weir- Smith and Renate Stuurman, it is directed by Bobby Heaney, and boasts a stunning Greg King set design.

With thanks to The Market Theatre Foundation.

 

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