Ntsoana will be performing Bag Beatings as part of Pro Helvetia’s TRINE 13th which will be performed on the 13th of July at Uncle Tom’s in Soweto,. The programme begins at 15:00 and features Gaby Saranouffi’s MOI and a selection from Philippe Saire’s Cartographies project featuring short films of dance in public space. For more information contact Pro Helvetia T +27 (0)11 403 1880 | +27 (0)79 897 5875 or email rseethal@prohelvetia.org.za

The Centre for the Less Good Idea

Ntsoana presented No Man’s Land on the 5th of March as part of the Centre for the Less Good Idea’s Season 1 which took place in Maboneng from the 1st - 5th March 2017.

The Company also had the priviledge of performing Bag Beatings which formed part of the collaborative exploration In the Ring at William Kentridge’s studio

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Photographer: Stella Olivier

In House Project

Celebrating 10 years
2nd, 3rd, 4th December

Ntsoana presented the 4th Edition of the In House Project, made possible by funding from the National Lotteries Commission, in December 2016.

The Performancestook place in Cosmo City on the 2nd, Alex on the 3rd and in Soweto on the 4th; artists included Boemo Babo Ntate Bothata with Thomas Manamela and Ayanda Ndlovu, Sandrine Ebrard, Dean Hutton, Jean Christophe Lanquetin, Hlengiwe Lushaba Madlala, Rosana Maya.


On the 29 October Ntsoana presented an exciting new work with traditional dance groups Boemo Babo Ntate Bothata, who have featured in several of Ntsoana’s projects, and Real Madird from Olievenhoud. The groups have working together to create an interesting mix of traditional Sotho and Pedi dance with in a modern framework.

During April Ntsoana conducted workshops with 2 groups of talented artists. The workshops, held at the Workers Museum in Newtown and Altrek Centre in Alexandra, focused on the theory and practice behind Site specific creations and culminated with a presentation on the 1st of May in Alex.

visit the National Lotteries Commission website to
find out about other projects supported by the NLC