Sillage is the disquieting story of three generations of South African women and how their matriarchy sustains them.

Described as the trail of scent left behind when a person walks past you – 'sillage' is a French word used in perfumery associated with olfactory memory. The play is about a relationship between a mother and daughter packing up their family home.

They bicker over what to keep and what to throw away; and arguments about the minutiae of their lives quickly turn to the flotsam ...

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