Murder mystery whodunit brings sensory delight to Durban

Nadine Oberholzer in a photo entitled Over Exposed. PHOTO: Sean Laurenz
Nadine Oberholzer in a photo entitled Over Exposed. PHOTO: Sean Laurenz

OVER Exposed, presented by the irrepressible creative David Gouldie, will take Durban into a brave new year with its visual journey to left of centre and back again. This site-specific interactive performance art experience takes place in the heart of the city at The Rivertown Shed from 26 to 29 January at 7.30pm.

A collaboration of art, dance, video, fashion, music, poetry, lighting and sound by the city’s brightest, craziest and most daring artists, Over Exposed promises to “shock, delight, surprise and leave you breathless”.

Inspired by Springbok Radio’s Squad Cars, the iconic radio play will set the stage for an interactive Murder Mystery Whodunit, where the audience will be part of the unravelling story.

The venue at 130 Stalwart Simelane (Stanger) Street will be transformed into a mad and breathtaking world of sensory stimulation overload. For four days only, around 60 of Durban’s hottest artists will go out to play.

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In a unique theatre experience, guests will be taken on a 360 degree multi-media journey of discovery incorporating nine stages, 12 projector screens, 250 television sets and a cast of Durban’s best and the hottest DJs.

Tickets at R150 are available from TicketWeb. No under 18s. A VIP After party at S43 is included in the price. Parking is available at the Durban ICC.

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