Charlotte's Web

Charlotte_website13 June - 07 July
Children's Theatre

Charlotte’s Web comes to vivid life in this enchanting stage adaptation by Greg King of KickstArt.  This is heart-warming family entertainment that is perfect for the holidays.

Starring Mthokozisi Zulu, Belinda Henwood, Lyle Buxton, Cara Roberts, Straw Nzimande and Bryan Hiles, Charlotte's Web tells the tale of Wilbur, a prize-winning piglet and his unique friendship with an extraordinary barn spider, named Charlotte. When Wilbur is in danger, Charlotte helps him by writing messages in her web.  Considered a classic in children’s literature and enjoyed by adults as well as children,  Publishers Weekly listed Charlotte's Web in 2000 as the bestselling children’s paperback of all time!

The original story was illustrated with beautifully rendered, now iconic artwork by Garth Williams, which inspired the animated feature in 1973, and a live action film version of the original story which was released in 2006. There is also a popular video game based on this adaptation.  The story was apparently inspired by White’s encounter with a real pig which he unsuccessfully attempted to save.  He also met a real spider, whom he called Charlotte Epeira, who was immortalised as the heroine of his novel. The farmyard and barn where the story is set, has been kept off limits to the public according to the wishes of the author.


Advance booking is through Computicket

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Ticket Prices:

Adults R180/R160/R120
Children, Students and Pensioners: R160/R130/R100
Schools Performances: R120

Performance schedule:

Thursday 13 June 11am Schools’ Performance
Friday 14 June 7pm: Press Night
Saturday 15 June 11am and 3pm
Sunday 16 June 2.30pm

Tuesday 18 June 2.30pm
Wednesday 19 June 2.30pm
Thursday 20 June 2.30pm
Friday 21 June 2.30pm
Saturday 22 June 11am and  3pm
Sunday 23 June 2.30pm


Tuesday 25 June 2.30pm
Wednesday 26 June 2.30pm
Thursday 27 June 2.30pm
Friday 28 June 2.30pm
Saturday 29 June 11am and 3pm
Sunday 30 June 2.30pm


Tuesday 2 July 2.30pm
Wednesday 3 July 2.30pm
Thursday 4 July 2.30pm
Friday 5 July 2.30pm
Saturday 6 July 11am and 3pm
Sunday 7 July 2.30pm