Water Pockets

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Water Pockets is a production written by Rob Murray inspired by a story by Nhlanhla Mavundla. Music is composed by Nhlanhla Mavundla and Tanya Surtees.

Promoted as a rural South African love story told through humour, sadness and clowning, Water Pockets is essentially about the clash of cultures that ensues when a city slicker in his snappy 4x4 lands up stranded in a remote country village.

Performance history in South Africa

2005: Presented by From the Hip: Khulumakahle (A Conspiracy of Clowns) at the Kalk Bay Theatre in August, directed by Tanya Surtees and starring Qaqambile Feliti, Lungelo Sitimela and Khaya Sityo.


Business Day, 1 August 2005.

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