Comedy drama is Seabrooke’s Saving Grace

DON’T miss the production, Saving Grace, at Seabrooke’s Theatre, Durban High School, from 7 to 17 September.

Directed and written by James Jooste, the production focuses on what happens when life takes everything you love away from you.

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When a freak accident takes the life of Harriet, her best friend Grace has to take care of her granddaughter Zoe.

At first, these two don’t see eye to eye whatsoever, but over time they learn more about each other and bond over their dark pasts.

At the height of their happiness, life comes crashing down around them, but they realise it’s not about how you fall, it’s about how you pick yourself back up.

Join Lerato Xaba as Zoe Lawrence, Jill Sysum as Grace Harrison and Daniel Levi as Parker for a night at the theatre for this comedy-drama.

Tickets are R100 or R80 for students and pensioners, and are available at Webtickets or visit: www.blankcanvasproductions.co.za.

For block bookings of 10 or more, email: [email protected]

 

 

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Lauren Walford
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