TITLE | Kunene and the King

VENUE | Adam Small Theatre (Stellenbosch)

TICKET PRICS | R100 (students), R350 (adults)

DATE & TIME | 14, 15, 16 July 2022

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How do you put a nation’s history on stage? In this remarkable play, John Kani – as formidable a writer as he is an actor – does it through a confrontation between two men who represent polarised aspects of the South African experience. Marking 25 years since the country’s first post-apartheid democratic elections, the play becomes an exploration of race, class, politics, theatre, and the potentially unifying power of Shakespeare.

Written by South African actor, activist and playwright John Kani, this refreshingly funny and vital play premiered in the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon in 2019, before transferring to the Ambassadors Theatre in London. A co-production with the Fugard Theatre, it was directed by Janice Honeyman with moving performances from Antony Sher and John Kani.

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