Especially the ones told by Grandparents?
Were you fascinated by the tales ‘Oom Schalk Lourens’,
created by Herman Charles Bosman,
or about wild African animals ?
In case you don’t know … Herman Charles Bosman, is widely regarded as
South Africa’s greatest short-story writer!
Yes, David, “The Voice” is coming to Plett!
So, rather than later regretting that you missed this GREAT show,
book your ticket for Saturday, 14 March 2020 NOW. Click here!
Step back into the past when you listen to
these revealing stories about South African Life and the plight of its animals,
told so well by David Muller!
David will be sharing The Sacred Elephant by Heathcote Williams
The Stories of Herman Charles Bosman with his audience
for one night only at the St Peter’s Church in Plettenberg Bay
so there are no second chances to see this intriguing performance.
This show is sure to delight any Local or Visitor
who is intrigued about the many facets of South Africa’s compelling history.
Here is what others say about this DOUBLE bill performance
which you can experience for only R120,00!
“The set is simple, the stories classic, and the performance is captivating. Audiences will love the warm-hearted character of Oom Schalk Lourens and the charm with which his stories unfold.” says www.capetown.travel
“Muller’s “haunting” and “entrancing” dramatization of Williams’ epic poem exposes the plight of these majestic creatures and man’s impact on them. This is “no bunny-hugging piece of green … propaganda..” says reviewer Karen Rutter,
By supporting Lunchbox Theatre you will be:
- Helping us to keep this unique, Plett organisation alive
- Playing a part in educating children about important social and environmental issues
- Contributing towards creating sustainable employment for our amazing actors
- Doing your bit to change the mindsets of our youth
- Influencing the future of our country around the way people live their lives and interact with animals
Make a positive difference now by booking your ticket VIA THIS LINK.
Thank you in advance!
Chairman of Lunchbox Theatre