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Event date: 09/07/2018 19:30 - 11/07/2018 12:00 Export event

Alpha

Government of Flanders, the Netherlands and NATI bring state of the art youth theatre to Vryfees

Alpha

Most generational experts are still busy profiling Gen Z. However, the upcoming generation after them is truly the first millennial generation born into the 21st century. It is most likely that the new generation will be known as Alpha. How will the world remember them? With support from the Government of Flanders, NATi and the Kingdom of the Netherlands a creative team of South African and international artists explore these questions with South African teens. What new inventions can we expect from them?

Alpha will premiere on Monday 9 July at 19:30, and will also be performed on Tuesday 10 July (19:30) and Wednesday 11 July (10:00) at the Andre Huguenet Theatre in Bloemfontein.

For more info, please consult: http://www.vrystaatkunstefees.co.za/backend/dl/userfiles/VK2018%20digital%20sml.pdf

 

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