Matt Covarr was struck by the sense of community in his hometown and is doing something amazing to contribute towards it.

When he returned from a life abroad, Matt Covarr was struck by the sense of community in his hometown and is doing something amazing to contribute towards it.

Where is the best place in the world to live?  You would need to have lived somewhere other than your hometown to be able to compare, right? Matthew Covarr believes that Plettenberg Bay is not only the most beautiful place in the world, but it is also enhanced by its caring community. Like most kids who grow […]

Save the elephants

Here is a challenge … start strengthening your legs or get your finger ready if you care about elephants.

Did you know that there is thought to be only one free roaming elephant left hiding in the Knysna Forest?  Did you know that elephants are a “keystone species”, meaning that they look after the place where they live, which helps other animals?  What will happen if our youth follow the example of their forefathers and […]

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ORCA’s vital volunteers have helped Lunchbox Theatre to educate 26 000 underprivileged children!

Have you ever had a dream about making a positive difference that would impress Mother Nature and King Neptune??  Have you inspired great support which led to your dream becoming a miraculous reality? This is the kind of magic that materialised for Tony Lubner when he established the Orca Foundation!  Read how his dream has […]

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Now that they have seen The Last Drop our Learners will no longer waste water!” Nomatemba Nkushubana, Pendlar Primary

Do you know why live theatre was so popular in Ancient Rome? What role did it fulfil? Are we missing out on a great form of communication in our modern day world? Besides being entertaining, could plays be a good way of educating people? Find out what teachers think about the effect of live theatre […]

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Thanks to the Nelson Mandela Municipality and Uhambiso Consult (Pty) Ltd, that is what Lunchbox Theatre did during Water Week 2018.

Do you know that some children believe that ‘water comes out of a tap’ and that this is a ‘right‘, which is taken for granted, and will continue forever? Mr Swart tells us how ‘The Last Drop’ inspired the children of Malan de Vos Primary in Port Elizabeth.  Would you like to do the same thing and […]

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Lunchbox Theatre live theatre shows are an effective means of changing behaviour for a better world

Would you be happier if you knew that all South Africans were aware of the importance of actively saving water? We don’t need to tell you about how important it is right now to teach our communities about how to save water. What we do want to bring to your attention is how effective live […]

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The National Lotteries Commission provides the means for Lunchbox Theatre to stage shows which encourage environmentally aware schools in rural areas

What do schools who go the extra mile think about Lunchbox Theatre’s environmental shows? Listen to what teacher, Daleen Bohnen, and learner, Emily Smith, from MacLachlan High School in Joubertinia have to say about how encouraged they felt when they saw the Great Eden to Addo Adventure.  Emily’s father, Roger Smith, is a leading light […]

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Lunchbox Theatre are grateful to the community of likeminded people who strive to raise funds for important educational shows in most interesting ways

Do you think that it is important to educate South Africa children about crucial environmental and social issues? How many humans do you know would go the extra mile for this quest? Lunchbox Theatre can attest to at least 11 Heroes who have become ‘Legendary’ through their fund raising efforts. It is only fitting that […]

Listen to what Mr Williams and Mrs Beauzick have to say about the Great Eden to Addo Adventure.

Thanks to the Department of Arts and Culture, Lunchbox Theatre staged the Great Eden to Addo Adventure at St Patrick’s School in Humansdorp in February 2018. Mr Williams and Mrs Beauzick were delighted that their students had the unusual opportunity to see the theory of what they have learned about the balance between animals, humans […]

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Let Lunchbox Theatre take your learners on an exciting adventure and raise funds at the same time!

A brave young girl leads an escaped circus elephant on an epic adventure from Knysna to the Addo Elephant Park. On route they encounter a leopard, a sunbird, a dung beetle and a tortoise who each teach the travellers about the challenges they face. Together they find ways to work together to overcome these challenges. […]