On Saturday 3 December #CTIDF travels to Gugulethu where the dance stage will headline a day of community activities around NY144 and NY145 Park and Bonga Primary School. The stage programme will commence at 2pm; the surrounding area will be
Hungarian-born Krisztina De Châtel, director of De Châtel sur Place, based in Amsterdam, Holland, will co-present a Presentation Master Class at the 2nd Cape Town International Dance Festival on Friday 2 December.
On Sunday, 4 December, the 2nd Cape Town International Dance Festival travels to Stellenbosch for the closing performance of its four-day 2016 festival.
Dance films featuring themes as diverse as Riemvasmaak’s Nama dance and choreographer-dancer Dada Masilo’s acclaimed collaborations with artist William Kentridge, will be screened as part of the 2nd Cape Town International Dance Festival on Friday 2 December. The screenings, hosted
The magnificent Centre for the Book in Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town, will provide a dramatic backdrop and intimate setting for an evening of sensational dance, physical theatre and some acrobatics at the 2nd Cape Town International Dance Festival on 2 December.
#CTIDF2016 will travel to Stellenbosch on Sunday 4 December for the final performance of the four-day festival, and we’re offering our Cape Town audience, a bus ride!
#CTIDF2016 is thrilled to be hosting – with the generous support of the Austrian Embassy in Pretoria – The Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD) Bodhi Project in Cape Town for this year’s festival. Imagine our excitement when they chose Cape Town and the festival platform to host the first ever South African auditions for entry into their prestigious academy programme.
An exclusive series of collaborative workshops between international and local dance companies – presented on 1, 2 and 3 December as part of CTIDF 2016 – promise an exceptional dance experience for both professional and trainee dancers. Make sure you secure your spot.