Mobilize for Future
A group of activists from Greenpeace, Extinction Rebellion, Earthlife Africa, Durban Anti-Cell Mast Alliance, Stop 5G South Africa, Children of Earth, Timberwatch and other organizations will be attending the 12 pm show of the play
“Lalela uLwandle – Listen to the Sea” at UKZN.
Afterwards we’re gathering with some of the musicians from Children of Earth and speakers at the Royal Natal Yacht Club to discuss further actions and protests for the upcoming months. All are welcome to attend, bring your ideas and share. If we are to have any impact we need to #Mobilze together for all the causes important to us and the future of all life on this planet.
Captain & Hobbes
“Lalela uLwandle” is performed by Durban-based actors Mpume Mtombeni playing Nolwandle, an isiZulu marine educator with an ancestral heritage in Zulu spirituality; Alison Cassels playing Faye, a white retired marine scientist and recent widow; and Rory Booth playing Niren, a young South Durban social and environmental activist and descendent of a long line of Durban Indian fisher folk. This talented, award-winning cast perform a captivating production based on the first-hand testimonials that have been crafted into a theatrical journey. As Coppen explains: Empatheatre is a theatre based methodology that intentionally aims to inspire and develop a greater empathy and kindness in complex social learning spaces that are experiencing conflict or injustice.”
EMPATHEATRE PRESENTS LALELA ULWANDLE (LISTEN TO THE SEA) Lalela uLwandle is a new production from Empatheatre, a group of researcher-activist-theatre makers who will be touring coastal towns in KZN before having a formal theatre run at UKZN’s Square Space Theatre 15-19 October. There is no charge. For bookings + details of times and venues, contact Tamlynn Fleetwood: TamlynnF@dut.ac.za │cell: 0791864423