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LUNCHBOX SAYS THANK YOU!

If Lunchbox Theatre was a marriage – and in a sense it represents a marriage of the minds and talents of all those connected to it – it would be our 10th Anniversary! The traditional gift for a 10th anniversary is tin or aluminum.  This symbolizes the fact that, in any lasting relationship, one needs […]

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Lunchbox Theatre recently educated 1000’s of youngsters in the Eastern Cape about how to avoid the scourge of AIDS and live a healthier life!

A great deal of money is invested into traditional educational leaflets and pamphlets about HIV and AIDS.  As an alternative, how effective are live theatre shows when it comes to teaching youngsters about avoiding and handling the disease? Watch the reaction of the youngsters in this video and you can decide …. When Lunchbox 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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Our diverse Lunchbox Legends team share a zest for adventure and a willingness to go the extra mile for live theatre education

Admittedly it is called ‘the most beautiful bike race in the world and Table Mountain is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, however what would make our 9 Lunchbox Legends cycle for nearly 6 hours? We could write a book about them all however, maybe the example of the most mature Lunchbox […]

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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 […]

Lunchbox Theatre presents ASAP which creates performing arts stars at grass roots level

Imagine living in an underprivileged community with no way to express your inherent creativity? What would you do with your frustration? Is there a positive and sustainable way of harnessing this talent? Lunchbox Theatre have initiated an After School Activities Program, fondly known as ASAP. If you watch this video you will experience the joy, […]

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 […]

the great eden to addo adventure

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. […]

Lunchbox Theatre can convert children into animal lovers with A Dog’s Life Show

Imagine if we created a peaceful ‘army’ of children who not only love and care for their own pets but also encourage other children to do the same?  Maybe this would turn the tide of animal abuse which would spiral up as a wave of love that floods the world?  How much better would things […]

What would the world be like if there was no AIDS?

Film-maker and activist, Leo Herrera has created a sci-fi documentary, called Fathers, that imagines the heroes and creatives that could have been in a HIV-less world. HIV charity, Avert, claim that by the end of 1990, over 307,000 AIDS cases had been officially reported with the actual number estimated to be closer to a million. […]