Current productions

The Good Soul Of Szechuan

MAGNET THEATRE PROUDLY PRESENTS CLASSIC BRECHT PLAY FOR TRAINEE GRADUATION PRODUCTION   Magnet Theatre is proud to present the graduation production of the sixth cohort of the Fulltime Training & Job Creation Programme.   The Good Soul of Szechuan by Bertolt Brecht, translated by David Harrower, will be presented from 16 to 24 June at […]

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Snapped

Magnet Theatre’s latest production, Snapped, premieres at The Baxter for a short season, from 16 September to 2 October 2021   Magnet Theatre’s latest production, Snapped, a companion piece to the hugely successful I turned away and she was gone, premieres at the Baxter Flipside, from 16 September to 2 October 2021, at 7pm with Saturday matinees at 2pm. […]

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G7: Okwe-Bokhwe 2019

G7: OKWE-BOKHWE was originally devised by  Mandla Mbothwe with the fifth cohort of trainees on Magnet’s Full Time Training and Job Creation Programme 2017/2018 and performed at the Gugulethu Memorial site. The Magnet Theatre trainees returned as graduates and third year interns to perform the production for the 2019 tour. This powerful production is based […]

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Stone Play

STONE PLAY is a physical theatre performance for 3 -6 year olds which will delight the whole family. It  takes us back to the beginnings of humankind, back to a long-forgotten world of light, shadow, song and storytelling. It traces the beginnings of paint and visual expression – stone, ground into powder, rain to make […]

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Anitgone (not quite/quiet)

ANTIGONE (not quite/quiet) “Ninganiki Okungcwele Ezinjeni” This hard-hitting new work created by Magnet Theatre in collaboration with the University of Cape Town’s Centre for Theatre Dance and Performances Studies (CTDPS) explores the nature of protest and responses to power, untangling the tragedy of our current moment in South Africa. Subtitled Ninganiki Okungcwele Ezinjeni which is […]

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