UPCOMING SHOWS : BROWSE & BOOK

Live Nude Literary Salon • Running Time: 90 mins
Naked Girls Reading Johannesburg
Warning: 18+
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As is tradition, we like to start the new year in the nude!

And so, we bring you : Naked Girls Reading 

With our entire January program inspired by strong womxn, our readings for this series will focus on the trial-blazing womxn as well as will bring focus to the perils of the patriarchy (a phrase borrowed from our beautiful friends at Perils of Patriarchy) and how to smash it.

From poetry to verse, prose and excerpts from some of our readers and guests creative work - expect a selection of literature to bring together, educate and inspire change.

Read to you by our beautiful readers in the 12th Series of Naked Girls Reading JHB at POPArt.

If you love literature. If you have a passion for the written word- come and escape while a selection of beautiful & diverse literature is read to you, out loud, as it should be! By four women who are just as passionate and totally naked. 

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There is something altogether more intimate about a woman reading in the nude. Let the thrilling and eccentric ladies mesmerise you with their tales from a range of novels, short stories and modern fiction and allow you to witness the delight and splendour of women who like to read… naked. 

FAQ's 
What is Naked Girls Reading? 
At each event, a small cast of beautiful ladies remove their clothing (yes, all of it) and read to 
an adoring audience.

Are the girls really naked? 
Yes, we are.

Is the audience naked? 
No they are not.

Do the girls read to themselves or out loud? 
We read out loud to the audience. It is entertaining, magical, often funny, sometimes heart-wrenching and really very sexy.

There is something altogether more intimate about a woman reading in the nude. Let the thrilling and eccentric ladies mesmerise you with their tales from a range of novels, short stories and modern fiction and allow you to witness the delight and splendour of women who like to read… naked. 

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There is something altogether more intimate about a woman reading in the nude. Let the thrilling and eccentric ladies mesmerise you with their tales from a range of novels, short stories and modern fiction and allow you to witness the delight and splendour of women who like to read… naked. 

FAQ's 
What is Naked Girls Reading? 
At each event, a small cast of beautiful ladies remove their clothing (yes, all of it) and read to 
an adoring audience.

Are the girls really naked? 
Yes, we are.

Is the audience naked? 
No they are not.

Do the girls read to themselves or out loud? 
We read out loud to the audience. It is entertaining, magical, often funny, sometimes heart-wrenching and really very sexy.



Book for Naked Girls Reading : SMASH THE PATRIARCHY by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
Fri 24th Jan 8pm R140 (R120 online) Sat 25th Jan 8pm R140 (R120 online) Sun 26th Jan 3:30pm R140 (R120 online)

Stand Up Comedy y • Running Time: 60 mins
Gilli Apter
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Gilli Apter is an award-winning comedy writer and COMIC’S CHOICE AWARD nominee. She has performed on TREVOR NOAH’S NATIONWILD, at Kings & Queens of Comedy, and on almost every other stage, to thousands of people throughout the country. If you haven’t heard of her, you haven’t left the house or watched TV since 2015.

Join Gilli for an hour of stand up comedy about everything that’s been on and in her mind over the last four years.  And it’s a lot: age; relationships; race; Judaism; the past; the future; robots - the type that are going to take over and annihilate humankind, not the type that don’t work at every intersection. 

This is stand up comedy that you haven’t seen before. And it’s very, very good. Even Trevor said so.





Book for An Hour with Gilli Apter by clicking this button:
Sun 26th Jan 8pm R140 (R120 online)

Theatre | Satire • Running Time: 60 mins
Written and performed by Aalliyah Matintela, Sibahle Mangena and Thuli Nduvane Directed by MoMo Matsunyane and Sinenhlanhla Mgeyi
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"Text Me When You Arrive : How to not get raped and killed in South Africa" is a powerful, satirical and physical exploration of the plight of the every day South African women through the lens of a playful YouTube channel.

The three ladies explore how she navigates her way through the “rules” set by rape culture, patriarchy and social media in her daily life on her seemingly impossible mission to not get raped and killed in South Africa.





Book for Text Me When You Arrive by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
Thu 30th Jan 8pm R140 (R120 online) Fri 31st Jan 8pm R140 (R120 online) Sat 1st Feb 8pm R140 (R120 online) Sun 2nd Feb 3:30pm R140 (R120 online)

Theatre • Running Time: 60 mins
Written and performed by Khayalethu Anthony Directed by Khayalethu Mofu Lighting design by Sydwell Klaas
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Highly acclaimed, The Champion is an award-winning production that tells the story of a young man who grapples with the legacy of an absent father and a mother who is a grass widow. Much of the play centres on the conflicts and contradictions inherent in and the insights delivered about his mother's life choices.

Winner for Fleur du Cap Best Performance in a Revue, Cabaret or One-Person Show (2014)

Nominated for Fleur Du Cap Best Performance by a Lead Actor in a Player (2014)
Nominated for Fleur Du Cap Rosalie Van der Gucht Prize for New Directors (2014)
Nominated for Zabalaza Festival Best Script Award (2014)
Winner of the Zabalaza Festival Most Outstanding Performer (2014)
Winner of the Zabalaza Festival Best Production Award (2014)
Winner of the 2017 Fresh Fringe Writing Award (2017)





Book for The Champion by clicking the button of the date and time you wish to attend:
Thu 6th Feb 8pm R140 (R120 online) Fri 7th Feb 8pm R140 (R120 online) Sat 8th Feb 8pm R140 (R120 online) Sun 9th Feb 3:30pm R140 (R120 online): Hurry! Only 23 tickets left!

Stand Up Comedy • Running Time: 60 mins
Performed by Claudine Ullman | Directed by Rob Van Vuuren
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Book for Artificially Infeminated by clicking this button:
Sun 23rd Feb 8pm R140 (R120 online)