UMHLANGA LIFE - THE ONLINE LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE

Mr Price

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Interview with a Scout, Poetry and Shows Coming Up


Greetings Dear Readers.

Today we have a Interview with a Scout called Tom.


1.  What is a Scout?
A Scout is someone who lives life to the max, enjoying the outdoors, trying new things and meeting new people from all over the world.

2.  What do the Scouts do?
Everything! Glacier walking, Rock climbing, kayaking, zorbing - almost anything you can think of.

3.  We hear that the Scouts have a App, what is that all about?
We like to keep up with the times so we have an App! It's a great game, showcasing a scouting adventure. On top of that you can try your hand at Hangliding, Kayaking and Mountain Boarding.

4.  Are the Scouts a worldwide movement?
There are over 30 million Scouts in almost every single country in the world. We have big world events called Jamborees, where tens of thousands of us get together and have one big party.

5.  What has being a Scout taught you?
Being a Scout has taught me how to live. I have gained lots of self confidence, social and life skills that have set me in a good stead for the future.

6.  Do you recommend youngsters become Scouts?
Joining the Scouts would be the best decision someone will ever make.

7.  Why should people download the Scouts App?
The Scouts App is well made, addictive and great fun! Everything an app should be.

8.  What advice do you have for young people?
Live life to its maximum. Take every opportunity that comes up and don't look back.

9.  What do you do to relax?
I love watching live sport, you will normally find me at The Amex watching Brighton & Hove Albion, or The Stoop cheering on Harlequins.

10.  What is your favourite quote?
'Yes we can!' Barack Obama

To Download the Scouts App visit their site - http://www.scoutsapp.com/
Find them on Twitter - @ScoutsApp
Like their Facebook Page - http://www.facebook.com/ScoutsAppGame

Check it out, it really is amazing.

Next up we have some Poetry from a Durban Writer Timothy Sparks

The Sea of Tranquility

The still pencil-drawn lake of the sea,
Follows a line around Venus
In the hours, one moons' solitary
Angle in perfect alignment its genus

The beauty that waxes her eyes
A flame naked, but resolved:
The single, matchless candle of time lies
Caressed, swept up and dissolved.

9 June 2012

Timothy Sparks

To find out more about Timothy Sparks and his writing email tpwsparks@hotmail.com


Rainbow Young Performers Project, 2012
Legally Blonde: The Musical
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre: 3 – 15 July
The 12th annual Rainbow Young Performers’ Project: 2012 is the rollicking, fun, high-energy, girl-power celebration, Legally Blonde, which will be staged at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre in Durban from July 3 to 15.

Legally Blonde – The Musical tells the story of college sweetheart and homecoming queen, Elle Woods, who doesn’t take no for an answer. So when her boyfriend Warner dumps her for someone serious, Elle puts down her credit cards, hits the books and heads for Harvard Law School. Based on the movie of the same name starring Reese Witherspoon, Legally Blonde - The Musical is an all-singing, all-dancing, feel-good musical comedy takes us from the social whirl of California Campus life into Harvard’s hall of Justice with a bright new heroine... and of course her Chihuahua, Bruiser.

Hosted by the Performing Arts Network of South Africa, KZN: PANSA, the civic umbrella body for performing artists nationally, and supported by BASA – Business and Arts South Africa,  Legally Blonde is directed by Themi Venturas, choreographed by Daisy Spencer and with vocal and musical support by Charon Williams Ros studio. Michael Gritten is the professional actor performing in the production this year.

The 2012 Rainbow Young Performers’ project is scheduled to run from July 3 to 15 at the   Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre. Legally Blonde follows the last 11 successful Young Performers musicals, Curtain Up, One Voice, Grease, Oliver, Fiddler on the Roof, The Wiz, Annie, School of Rock SA, Big River, Hairspray and Seussical last year.

Booking is now open through Computicket. For any queries please contact Mandisa Tshiqi at the PANSA KZN Office:  031 201-4750 email:  kzn@pansa.org.za












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