King Kong: Return Season

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12 December 2017 to 21 January 2018

King KongEric Abraham presents a brand new Fugard Theatre Production of King Kong – The original iconic South African musical.

King Kong was a landmark South African musical first presented in 1956. The musical portrays the life and times of a heavyweight boxer Ezekiel Dlamini, known as `King Kong` who lived in Soweto.

Due to public demand, King Kong returns for the end-of-year holiday season.

“The end result is not only an immaculately staged piece of theatre, but also a tribute to South Africa’s performance arts legacy.” – Read Siya Mahomba’s review of King Kong.

Venue: The Fugard Theatre, Cnr Caledon & Lower Buitenkant St, Cape Town
Time: Tues to Sat 8pm | Sat again at 3pm
Cost: R160 – R280

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Tel: 021 461 4554
Website: www.thefugard.com
Facebook: The Fugard Theatre
Twitter: @TheFugard

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Discussion51 Comments

  1. I watched this show in Johannesburg about 4 times can’t get over it, the music and dance absolutely blew me away everytime, now with the new cast and promotions I would really love to see how they define their characters because now we have seen what the previous actors did to make us feel their emotion, and I would really love to see the two different ways of the actors to portray and emotion of fear for example.. It’s South African productions like this that make us young thespians wanna work hard and build the theatrical part of the entertainment industry to higher levels.

  2. Doesn’t hurt to reply. If anyone cannot make it, I would like a ticket. This is really cool I didn’t know we did one of these in Cape Town. Man I would really love to go.

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