Every Year, Every Day, I Am Walking

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A play about the refugee problem in South Africa, developed and presented by Magnet Theatre. Workshopped by the company in 2006, directed by Mark Fleishman, with Jennie Reznek and Faniswa Yisa. It opened at the African Festival for Children and Youth Theatre, Yaoundé, Cameroon (2006)

Performances in South Africa

Had its South African debut at the 2007 Grahamstown Festival, followed by runs at the Baxter Theatre (2007), Hilton Arts Festival (2008), Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees , Oudtshoorn (2009), Aardklop National Festival , Potchefstroom (2009),

International performances and tours

Besides tours undertaken to surrounding countries (Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Malawi, Swaziland and Mozambique), the company played at the London International Festival of Theatre (2008), Proyecto Festival, Argentina (2009), International Theatre Festival of Kerala (2009), Juice Festival for Young Audiences, Newcastle UK (2009), Oval House Spring Theatre Season, London (2010), World Congress International Drama in Education Association, Belem, Brazil (2010), Teatro Pombas Urbanos, São Paulo, Brazil (2010), and the ASSITEJ World Congress, Malmö, Sweden (2011).


Emma Cox 2012. Victimhood, Hope and the Refugee Narrative: Affective Dialectics in Magnet Theatre's Every Year, Every Day, I Am Walking. Theatre Research International, 37 (2):118-133.

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