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Saturday, January 7, 2012


A scene from "A Bull Called Bhahlangane"

The Pansa KZN - MUSHO festival of one – two person theatre will run at Catalina Theatre from January 11 to 15 with its usual exciting line-up of new productions. The MUSHO WITH A TWIST component of the festival takes place on January 14 and features three Double-Bills from the Twist Theatre Development Project:

Twist 2 features two dramas: Milk Factory and A Bull Called Bhahlangane on January 14 at 14h00. Both pieces last 30 minutes. Ages 14 and up.

Milk Factory is created by Emuhle All Artists with Bongani Baai and Debbie Lutge; based on an original script by Simphiwe Vikalahle. Lies, deception and dynamite: This is a tale of people adapting to a way of life that is not what they are used to. How do we deal with change when it is an unstoppable force? (

A Bull Called Bhahlangane is created by Big Brotherhood productions with Neil Coppen and Edmund Mhlongo. The story of brothers who come together for their father’s funeral, it is a tale of corruption, power and brotherly love, all focused around the father’s prize bull, Bhahlangane.

All Musho Festival performances are at the Catalina Theatre. Tickets for all shows R50 (R30 PANSA paid-up members as well as OAPS and children under 12). Special R100/day all-day ticket on Saturday and Sunday. Contact Catalina Theatre on 031 305 6889

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