Your personal invitation to ETSY Craft Party Durban
I am so excited to be organising the Etsy Craft Party for Durban! We get to show-off Durban to crafters around the world!
It will be happening on the evening of the 20th June! (6:30-9:30) and I would love to have you there!
The event is all about the craft community and we will doing a few fun DIY things. It will be R100 at the door for the craft activity plus a few refreshments.
Please dash off to the event page and RSVP asap, if we get 30 RSVP’s by tomorrow, Etsy will send us a lovely party kit!
The venue and final details will be confirmed soon!
(Source - Nadia van der Mescht)
Listen With Your Eyes
Event Type: On Stage, Comedy
Venue: Catalina Theatre, Wilson's Wharf
Thu 30 May - 8pm (Opening Night)
Fri 31 May - 8pm
Sat 01 June - 2pm
Sat 01 June - 8pm
Bookings 031 837 5999, www.computicket.com
Catalina UnLtd`s Listen With Your Eyes is going international! This is the first time ever for the Deaf-led South African cast and director to perform on the international stage, which makes history for South Africa! Listen With Your Eyes is a comedy set in a science lab. A hearing scientist and his Deaf assistant find communication a big challenge and they set about designing a robot to interpret for them. While designing the robot the hearing scientist learns a lot about Deaf people’s communication needs but not without loads of humour!
For more information contact Alison Swannack at firstname.lastname@example.org or Francis Doherty-Bigara at 031 201 4738 / 072 795 5965. Visit www.listenwye.com.
Durban-based Deaf artists, Darren Rajbal, Bo Tasker and Ismael Mansoor, and Deaf director, Alison Swannack have been invited to take Catalina UnLtd’s theatre production, ‘Listen with Your Eyes’ to Reims, France. The Festival Clin d’Oeil, International pluridisciplinary Meeting on Deaf Arts, will celebrate its 6th edition in 2013, from 5 to 7 July. Visit http://www.clin-doeil.eu/
(Source - Pansa)
News for Writers
When One Hair Turns Gold workshop
Writers’ Guild to host a workshop in Durban on Tuesday 4 June.
The Writers’ Guild of South Africa (WGSA) continues its series of monthly gatherings in Durban with a workshop called When One Hair Turns Gold, by Clinton Marius.
Through storytelling and poetry, the Durban-based playwright will pinpoint symbolism in fairy tales to lead workshop-goers on a journey of self-discovery.
“We don't see flowers,” says Marius, “we walk past them. The Inner Child sees and rejoices in being a part of this world that is sheer miracle. Is that person still alive in us? One of the ways we can reconnect with this inner, radiant being is through the archetypal clues in fairy tales.”
The workshop is open to members of the public, and WGSA representatives will also be present to answer any queries regarding membership.
WGSA is the only association in South Africa with the sole purpose of protecting, empowering and developing performance writers in the local film, television, radio, stage, animation and new media (internet – mobile and digital distribution, and gaming) industries.
When One Hair Turns Gold runs on Tuesday 4 June from 6-8pm at Ike’s Books, 48a Florida Road, Morningside, Durban. Workshop enquiries and bookings: Thea Aboud / email@example.com Website: www.writersguildsa.org
(Source - Pansa)