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What do you MEAN you havent booked yet?!

There’s even tickets online: Book for NAF now

Another early morning start to rehearsals

Another early start for rehearsals…

What was my cue again

What was my cue again? #LearningLines

Someone said Macbeth

Someone said ‘Macbe*h!’

Tea after the show?

 

 

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NAF TICKET LINES OPEN:

Will you be in Grahamstown this year? If yes – Book tickets for ‘Galela’ at National Arts Festival from

the 3rd to 5th of July:

https://www.nationalartsfestival.co.za/events/galela/

5 shows only! See you there 🙂

 

 

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ARTSLINK – ARTICLE ABOUT ‘Galela’

http://www.artlink.co.za/news_article.htm?contentID=43523

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unnamedWell Worn recently featured at the South African Cultural Observatory Conference (SACO), hosted at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, on the 8th of March 2018.

As SACO describes itself: “The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) is a national statistical and socio-economic research project, established by the Department of Arts & Culture, with the purpose of developing a comprehensive cultural information system in South Africa. The South African Cultural Observatory is hosted by and based at the Nelson Mandela University, and co-hosted in partnership with Rhodes University and the University of Fort Hare. The primary cultural domains, as idenitifed by UNESCO, such as arts, tourism, heritage, libraries and museums, are the main research focus of the SACO and such research will support the development of intellectual capacity across these sectors.

Well Worn is honored to have been was included in a research paper presented by Claire Roussel, titled: 

Click the link above or below for the full Report.

https://www.thefield.consulting/single-post/2018/03/08/Report-Launched-Culture-and-Climate-Justice-in-South-Africa

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WELL WORN ARE PROUD TO PRESENT THE 2ND SHOW OF OUR THREE YEAR TOURING PROGRAMME – Travelling to schools in Term 3 (July 17 to Sept 28)

'Galela' - Show Info-001

'Galela' - Show Info-001

MEET THE DIRECTOR

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Thembela Madliki is a theatre maker from King William’s Town, Eastern Cape. She recently completed a Master of Arts degree in drama, specialising in Directing for the theatre, at Rhodes University. She has directed numerous productions, including the National Arts Festival (2016) student festival Best Production winning play ‘Nyanga’ which also won her the award for Most Promising Student Director. In 2017 she directed Standard Bank Silver Ovation winning play ‘Bayephi’. She has recently been announced as one of the 2018 Theatre Arts Admin Emerging Directors Bursary recipients.

For links to Madliki’s previous work and personal interviews, see below:

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