national Arts Festival Banner

Saturday, January 25, 2014


(Thanduxolo Zulu, Stable Theatre Centre Manager)

A mixed bag of music, dance and drama is on offer at Durban’s Stable Theatre in the weeks ahead.

Stable Theatre has announced it is to present an appealing mix of drama, music and dance entertainment during February and March 2014. These shows will be presented at the popular Durban theatre centre, situated on Johannes Nkosi Street.

“Thanks to our funders, we at Stable Theatre are delighted to be able to offer our patrons some fine entertainment in the weeks ahead,” says Stable Theatre Centre Manager, Thanduxolo Zulu. “In this regard, I should particularly like to thank Ethekwini Municipality, the KZN Department of Arts and Culture, the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund, the National Arts Council and the KZN Performing Arts Trust for their generous assistance in enabling us to mount shows at Stable Theatre.”

“Our upcoming productions will include: Masonwabe, a lunch hour programme performed by female dancers (February 15); Maskandi dancers (February 6); a one-day Maskandi Festival (February 15); an Isicathamiya competition (February 22); Animal Farm (February 24 to 28); an Ingoma Competition (March 1); the annual Phambili Festival (March 3) presented by Stable Theatre in association with Twist Theatre Development Project; and two dramas, titled All Gone (March 14 to 16) and Last Supper (March 28 to 30). Details about each show will be released shortly.”

For more information contact 031 309 2513, email or visit