Dance & Physical Theatre / Princess Alice

Ingcambhu is about the power that nature has no matter what religion or belief we choose.

If there's an ancestor in the family who used to do Xhosa traditional ceremonies, but now, that knowledge is lost it can result in the someone in the 4th or 5th generation of the family getting ill. This illness can be mental, spiritual or physical but when they seek medical help the doctors and specialists won't find anything wrong. That is because there's a specific calling the child needs to accept. The calling is accepting who you are and the gift of being a creative. Once we accept the gifts, it feels like some weight has been taken of our shoulders.

Production Credits

Simamkele Crankydy Xako and Siphosethu SethoXy Mvubu (Choreographers and Directors)
Aviwe Dyantyi (Actor)
Zane (Musician)
Othandwayo Bill (Singer)
Hlomlokuhle Mvubu (Singer)
Lihlonele Makabe (Dancer)
Simamkele Tokota (Dancer)
Ntombiz Ntombizandile Nonyati (Company administrator)
Noluvuyo Magagula (Stage Manager)

About the Artists

The B-FABBS Biography.
2010-2015: Performed at the National Arts Festival ensemble and co-choreographed a robotic dance routine for the G-Town Funk. 
2016: Performed a freestyle routine at Fingo Festival, performed at the New Coronas Cartel Event, Ipotsoyi colour expirience, Rhodes University Flavor Fest performance and Sondela Festival in Alwal North. 
2017: Performed at the Grahamstown Talent Show where my choreography won first place and the Makana Music Development Competition where we took second place. 
2018: Directed and Choreographed a 20 minute theater production titled Control for a Shukuma Dance Festival where my choreography and directing took first place in the Province at Nelson Mandela Bay Theatre Complex, performed at the Puku Festival and Choreographed and performed for a SABC 2 Talent show Showville. 
2019: Choreographed and performed at the Eastern Cape Provincial Awards. 2021: Universal Studios Music Video Shoot(T-manSa ft Holly Rey_ Take me back) in Johannesburg, Performed at a Nicro Childrens Boot Camp which took place in Johannesburg, Performed at a Dinganga Theatre Production titled The Front Liner in Soweto Theatre and Choreographed a 15 minute dance peace for a Shukuma Dance Festival shoot in Makhanda. 
2022: Choreographed and Directed high school leaners for the Eastern Cape Community Art Youth Festival in Mthatha, Performed at the Employment Stimulus Programmefor DASRAC, Performed at the National Arts Festival Festival Grand Opening, choreographed, directed and performed at Sci Fest Africa, performed at the Ceremony Awards, Participated in UDABA DANCE FESTIVALGRAND LAUNCH WORKSHOP which took place in East London, Part of ASSITEJ South Africa as a Choreographer, Facilitator and dance teacher, we as The B-FABBS hosted a Makhanda Youth June 16 Talent Showcase. 
2023: Participated in a DRAMA FOR LIFE Play Back Theater workshop and performed, Choreographed and Directed The Fragile Side Of Man/ Ubudoda is a minset Theater Dance Production, National Arts Festival Opening, Opened for Zazi production by IKUSASA and UDABA Dance Festival.
2024: Workshopping Schools.
  • Venue: Princess Alice
  • Location: Princess Alice Hall
  • Ticket price: ZAR 100.00
  • Programme type: The Fringe
  • Genre: Dance & Physical Theatre
  • Duration: 60 min
  • Ages: ALL AGES
    • Suitable for All Ages
Princess Alice
June 24, 2024 10:00 - 11:00
Princess Alice
June 25, 2024 14:00 - 15:00
Princess Alice
June 26, 2024 22:00 - 23:00