SA’s best comedians celebrate 10 years of bringing laughter and emotional relief where it is needed the most!
Clowns Without Borders South Africa is celebrating their 10th anniversary with a once-off Comedy Benefit Showcase at the iconic Fugard Studio Theatre at 8pm on August 21st. Featuring the comic talents of Rob van Vuuren, Nik Rabinowitz, Sne Dladla, Shimmy Isaacs, Daniel Mpilo Richards, Yaaseen Barnes and CJ Benson, this stellar line up of some of South Africa’s best comedians is certain to keep the audience in stitches.
Tickets are R150 and on sale through Computicket. Proceeds will support Clowns Without Borders South Africa’s Ubuntu Clown Fun(d) which sends artists to communities affected by crisis in South African and internationally.
Over the past 10 years, Clowns Without Borders South Africa has reached over 450 000 beneficiaries throughout South Africa as well as the DRC, Lebanon, Lesotho, Kenya, Malawi, Myanmar, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. The healing work of the Clowns has brought laughter and joy to children and families in communities affected by poverty, natural disasters, HIV/AIDS, and violence. Their motto is “children being children again.”
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Be a part of this worthy cause and enjoy a night of star-studded comic relief at the Clowns Without Borders South Africa 10th Anniversary Comedy Benefit Showcase.
Clowns Without Borders South Africa is an artist-led humanitarian organisation dedicated to providing laughter and emotional relief to children and families affected by crisis around the world. Since its inception, Clowns Without Borders South Africa has implemented more than 800 interventions with performances and arts-based workshops for over 450,000 children and families. Clowns Without Borders also has helped bring positive parenting programmes to over 100,000 families throughout sub-Saharan Africa to reduce violence against children. Recent projects include a tour for over 20,000 refugees in South Sudan in April 2017 and an intercultural storytelling project to bridge communities in George, Western Cape. Web site: http://www.cwbsa.org