Starring Tim Wells, Lisa Bobbert, Jailoshini Naidoo and Iain Robinson, the play will be directed by Steven Stead and designed by Greg King, with lighting design by Tina le Roux.

Four twitchers in a bird-hide, somewhere in the Kruger National Park, are taking part in a major birding competition. The first prize is a trip to Mala-Mala, the second prize a new pair of binoculars. Furthermore, the team is fighting for their club's reputation as well as the prestigious Owl Award. The pleasantries and social formalities slowly begin to unravel with outrageous consequences when uncomfortable truths are revealed about the birding club, its members and, more specifically, the characters in the birding hide.

Refinement and courtesy degenerate into irrelevant and often childlike bickering as the foursome argue evolution versus creation, man versus nature and the merits of a low-carb diet.

Twitch writer, multi award-winning Robert Fridjhon has been on the stage for over 20 years; from Shakespeare to musical theatre, comedy to drama. Recently he starred in Travels with my Aunt, Boeing Boeing, A Perfect Wedding, Funny Business, and The Mousetrap (which toured to Hong Kong at the end of 2012).

Fridjhon worked full-time for FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre in 2006. The majority of the cases he worked on involved birds. As a passionate conservationist, he is pledging a percentage of his royalty fee to FreeMe. He was recently involved in a lion rescue and rehabilitation programme at the Krugersdorp Rhino & Lion Park, where he raised three of his own lions.

Shows are at 19.30 between Tuesday to Saturday and at 14:00 and 18:00 on Sunday. Tickets cost R130 while for pensioners and students, the price is cut to R100. There is a special Valentines Gala Performance on Thursday, 14 February where tickets are R200 each and patrons will receive complimentary sparkling wine and chocolate on arrival.

All booking can be done through Computicket. For block bookings of ten or more, and for early bird group bookings specials for bookings, contact Ailsa Windsor of Going Places at 083 250 2690 or