Award-winning The King Of Broken Things is coming to The Baxter

Cara Roberts

INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed and multiple award-winning The King Of Broken Things is coming to The Baxter. Presented by Theatresmiths, the production will be performed at the Baxter Studio from 1 to 18 May.

The King Of Broken Things received a prestigious Gold Ovation Award at the 2023 National Arts Festival and most recently, a Fleur du Cap Theatre Award for Best Theatre Production for Children and Young People following its Cape premiere at The Drama Factory.

The King of Broken Things is a journey into the broken heart of a young boy, a journey of discovery through his experiments, projects, and creations. He teaches us that the rehabilitation of broken things includes people and hearts, and that all things, seen and unseen, can be mended. Whether you’re 8 or 80, The King of Broken Things will rehabilitate every heart – it’s not just for young audiences.

The King Of Broken Things is performed by Cara Roberts, conceptualised, written and directed by Michael Taylor-Broderick, with Set Construction by Bryan Hiles.

  • Performance dates: 1 to 18 May at 8pm (excluding Sundays), 4, 11 and 18 May at 3pm
  • Tickets: R150; students, pensioners and block bookings of 10 or more R130
  • Ages  + 10
  • Bookings can be made at Webtickets
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