South Africa’s indefatigable cleopatra Sonia Radebe still has a lot to give to millions of her fans.
She is back with a bang to be part of ‘My Bod, My Space’, an exciting South African festival of public arts happenings and coordinated byThe Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative (FATC).
The festival will take place on 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 February 2015 in the district of Ekurhuleni, east of Johannesburg.
The programme comprises dance, music, cultural and performance arts, as well as a craft market, creating a rich experience that activates every corner of the cultural precinct.
The audience will travel with the programme on foot, ans will be guided through an array of happenings, performances and installations placed at strategic points in the route.
Venues include along Ekurhuleni (East Rand)’s major arteries and transport routes, Johannesburg International Airport, taxi ranks, markets, parks and other public spaces in the townships of Katlehong, Thokoza, Wattville, Benoni, Daveyton and Springs
This is an event designed to contribute to key issues such as social cohesion and nation building, the organisers said.
It celebrates 20 years of democracy as it explores issues relating to gender violence and it explores issues relating to gender violence and the impact of HIV/Aids.
Photo. Sonia Radebe, South African Cleopatra of contemporary dance