A Feast of Flight is a theatrical pole dancing extravaganza presented to you by the instructors and students of The Pole Project, created with the intention of embracing the artistic side of pole dance and to give students a fun opportunity to showcase their strength and skills.

We love pushing boundaries and creating unique, magical things that are truly out of this world. So, for the first time in South Africa, we created a slick, professional pole dancing production entirely choreographed, managed and performed by our instructors and students… where all the acts are linked and interwoven with a storyline. A non-verbal dance and performance art piece, if you will.

Each year The Pole Project aims to put a modern twist on a much-loved classic, and every year the show goes beyond a showcase of aerial artistry and daring pole dance acts into the realm of the unimaginable.

In 2017, the production’s inaugural event, The Pole Project took A Feast of Flight audience members on a journey with Alistair, in Wonderland… check out this recap ‘Wonderland for Dummies’ and our promo trailer here.

In 2018 we met the peculiar confectionary maven, Willy Wonka and his famous Oompa Loompas as we followed five competitors battling it out to be the chocolate factory’s new “icon”. If you missed it, here’s a recap of how it all went down and who ultimately became ‘Wonka’s coco puff’. Watch the finale here and check out a few more segments from the production on our Youtube channel.

2019 saw us following Doug on a trip down the yellow brick road, where we met all the weird and wonderful characters he runs into along the way. From his encounters with the Scarecrow, the Tinwoman and the Not-So-Cowardly Lion, to Glinda, the Wicked Witch and the Wizard; Doug experiences a new lease on life when he realises his true self… DORIS. See the show in pictures here.

A Feast of Flight: Alistair in Wonderland

A Feast of Flight: Charlize and the Chocolate Factory

A Feast of Flight :Doris and the Wizard of Oz