- Created: 30 July 2013
The Centre for Creative Arts and the University of KwaZulu-Natal proudly present the
15th annual JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience
28 August – 8 September 2013
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 7.30pm
Monday 2 September at artSPACE (durban): 6.30pm
R50.00 or R35.00 (scholars/students/pensioners)
Booking through computicket (or at venue from one hour before)
- Created: 14 May 2013
Applications for JOMBA! FRINGE and YOUTH FRINGE 2013 are NOW OPEN!
JOMBA! FRINGE is open to professional/experimental and young up-coming choreographers and dance companies who wish to present a performance as part of the main JOMBA! programme. You can download the entry form here:
The JOMBA! YOUTH FRINGE is a support initiative for the various ‘Dance Development’ projects operating in our province (KZN) and provides a space to celebrate our up-and-coming generation of young contemporary dancers. It is open to dancers under the age of 16 years old. Download the entry form here:
SUBMISSION DEADLINE is 4pm on Friday 21 June 2013 - late entries will not be considered.
- Created: 14 August 2012
With principal support from the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund the Centre for Creative Arts (University of KwaZulu-Natal) presents the 14th edition of its celebrated annual contemporary dance platform, the JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience between 29th August and 9th September. This year’s festival invites dance lovers and the public to explore the packed 12 days of exceptional performances, workshops led by leading choreographers, and opportunities to engage some of the world’s top dance makers as they “Talk Dance” after various performances. JOMBA! fiercely holds onto its status as one of the few remaining dedicated spaces in South Africa where dance and choreography remain nurtured and supported, and continues to offer world class dance theatre that challenges audiences; asking that they come to the myriad festival offerings (performances, workshops and classes) with the intention to be shocked, surprised, entertained and above all, to celebrate a beautiful and critical art form.