CLOWNS BRING THE CELEBRATION TO MARGINALISED COMMUNITIES
Clowns Without Borders South Africa will be performing “Siyasebenza!” at Celebrate Durban
Clowns Without Borders presents “Siyasebenza!” – a rip-roaring physical comedy about work and relationships in South African daily life. Combining physical comedy, clown theatre, traditional song and dance, and circus arts, ”Siyasebenza!” explores themes of HIV/AIDS, poverty, xenophobia, gender, and violence to simultaneously entertain and provoke audiences of all ages.
“Siyasebenza!” features professional local artists from KwaZulu-Natal as well as other regions of South Africa. It has recently toured in Underberg, Johannesburg, and Cape Town. During Celebrate Durban, Clowns Without Borders will be collaborating with local community organisations in the eThewkini Municipality to bring the celebration directly to children in marginalized areas.
Schedule of events include:
20/09/10 Refugee Social Services, Addington and Clareville
21/09/10 Women and Men Against Child Abuse, Waterloo
22/09/10 Women and Men Against Child Abuse, Waterloo
23/09/10 Women and Men Against Child Abuse, Waterloo
24/09/10 Chatsworth Youth Centre, Chatsworth
All shows are FREE to the public and sponsored by eThekwini
Municipality and Europcar.
CWBSA is an artist-led humanitarian organisation that uses laughter and play to provide psychosocial support to children and their caregivers affected by crisis. Since 2004, CWBSA has brought emotional relief to more than 185,000 children and their guardians throughout Southern Africa and the world. As a nonprofit organisation, CWBSA relies on the contributions of individuals, corporations, and foundations to do their healing work.