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Ster-Kinekor, SA State Theatre announce lineup of theatre productions

Ster-Kinekor Theatres (SKT) and the South African State Theatre have announced the lineup of theatre productions that will be screened at cinemas across the country from 18 June 2021.
Kabelo “Bonafide Billi” Togoe in "Freedom" - © Sanmari Marais


  • Freedom The Musical – directed by Aubrey Sekhabi, book by Aubrey Sekhabi and Kabelo Togoe and music by Togoe and Aubrey Sekhabi. From 18 June to 11 July.
  • That Night of Trance – written by Ntshieng Mokgoro and Billy Langa, directed by Ntshieng Mokgoro. From 16 July to 15 August.
  • Angola Camp 13 – written and directed by Sello Maseko. From 20 August to 12 September.
  • Fela and The Kalakuta Queens – written and directed by Bolanle Austen Peters. From 17 September to 10 October.
  • Marikana The Musical – written and directed by Aubrey Sekhabi. From 15 October to 14 November.
  • Metsi – written by Hannah N van Tonder and Paul Noko, directed by Hannah N Van Tonder. From 19 November to 12 December.
  • Hungry – written and directed by Aubrey Sekhabi. From 21 January to 13 February 2022.

SKT cinemas complexes that will be screening these productions include the following locations: Musgrave (Durban); Sterland, Brooklyn Nouveau (Pretoria); Newtown, Rosebank Nouveau (Johannesburg); Cavendish (Cape Town); and Baywest (Gqeberha). 

Ster-Kinekor to screen SA State Theatre productions at cinemas across the country in June

Ster-Kinekor Theatres (SKT) and the South African State Theatre (SAST) have collaborated to screen theatre productions at selected cinemas across the country in June 2021.

17 May 2021

Tickets can be purchased at SKT Cinemas and online on the website



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