Kamishibai storytelling in Afrikaans at POPArt Theatre

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De Klerk Oelofse & Jemma Kahn - We Didn't Come To Hell For The Croissants - Afrikaans Edition
De Klerk Oelofse & Jemma Kahn – We Didn’t Come To Hell For The Croissants – Afrikaans Edition

We Didn’t Come to Hell for the Croissants has been performed to great acclaim both internationally and locally winning a National Arts Festival Silver Ovation Award in 2015. For the first time Jemma Kahn performs her particular brand of the Japanese storytelling artform kamishibai now in Afrikaans (mostly)!

Dis soos om by n Japannese burlesk show in die Royal Hotel op Beaufort-Wes in te stap waar ‘n S&M-konferensie gehou word.” –  Beeld

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Schedule

Thu 28th Sep 8pm R80.00
R120.00
R100.00
Fri 29th Sep 8pm R80.00
R120.00
R100.00
Sat 30th Sep 8pm R80.00
R120.00
R100.00
Sun 1st Oct 3:30pm R80.00
R120.00
R100.00

Seven deadly sins…or actually six (we left out the boring one). Jemma Kahn and her side-kick De Klerk Oelofse use the ancient Japanese storytelling technique of kamishibai to tell six stories to seduce the sinless and astonish the immoral. It’s an irreverent exploration of human weakness, cabaret, singing cats, orgiastic sex and everything in between. Definitely not for children. Unless you are a terrible parent.

Jemma Kahn se eerste Afrikaans verskyning met haar beroemde vertolking van die Japannese storievertelkultuur, kamishibai.

Sewe hoofsondes…eintlik ses. Ons het die vervelige een weggelaat. Ses-Suid Afrikaanse skrywers. Ses stories wat die sondelose verlei en die onsedelike verstom. Dit is ‘n rou vertolking van die antieke Japannese storievertelkultuur, kamishibai, in ‘n Suid-Afrikaanse konteks, verweef met ‘n vars en donker terugblik op eksplisiete orgiastiese seks, die dood, en alles wat tussenin skuil. Beslis nie vir kinders nie. Behalwe as jy ‘n aaklige ouer is.

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