In 2014 over 200 girls were abducted from their dormitories in Chibok, Nigeria. It made the headlines and bathed in its transitory moment of worldwide fame. But this moment passed and many of the girls are still gone. Since, there have been many further abductions as recently as the 26th of February 2021, where 300 girls were kidnapped. There is a displacement of over 1.3 million Nigerian children. Many are raped, killed and used as suicide bombers.

This play sheds light on the impact media’s attention has on public outcry and search for solution. The story of the mother and voices of the abducted school girls, their sorrowful taste of freedom ice cream and the haunting, prophetic sale of the newspaper man bring you the story of 2014’s Bring Back Our Girls. Silence in the news. Their moment has passed. Bring back our girls?

  • Ticket Price: R35.00
  • Genre: Theatre
  • Duration (minutes): 20mins
  • Ages: 14 to 18
  • Release Date: July 08, 2021 00:01 - August 31, 2021 23:59
  • Language: English



Drama teacher, Dorianne Alexander
Drama teacher, Shaye Garmany


Georgene De Wet

Georgene has always been interested in the performative arts and has been an active drama student in her school community.

Georgene has participated in her school House Plays since the age of 13 and always aspired to write and produce her own piece in her final year.

She attributes her concept to her want to shed light on the need for social justice, as well as her firm belief that theatre is best when performed for purpose.