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Theatre double-bill with music from Israel!

1-Isreal 2Friday, May 27th & Saturday May 28th, 7pm - Baratani : The Hill of Lovers & Born Around
P100 one show / P200 both shows

Come and join us to witness the excavation of truly BW stories told creatively by polished BW talent. On the 27 & 28 May Born Around Here returns to the Maitisong Theatre in a double bill with Baratani: The Hill of Lovers.

BARATANI

– Karabo and Lerato meet while running family errands and they fall absolutely in love. However, backed by culture and tradition of their society, their parents are opposed to this union. For their union to work, this couple decide to elope at the top of the hill near the village.
Baratani explores parent-child conflict, the labour of love, deception and consequences of hostile decisions.
BORN AROUND HERE
– Born Around Here highlights the contribution made by the African continent towards the realisation of the democracy of South Africa by using Botswana and Zambia as an example.
The work is relevant in the wake of a spate of xenophobic attacks in South Africa. It is a reminder to South Africans that it would not have achieved democracy if it was not for the African government and its nationals.

Monday, May 30th, 7pm - Tal Kravitz (Israel) Concert - FREE
*(workshop places available Monday May 30th! 9.30am ~ 1pm - call Maitisong for details!)

Tal Kravitz, an Israeli musician who plays a multiplicity of musical instruments, comes to Maitisong. This presents another cultural exchange opportunity for Botswana musicians to share skills and perform with this well travelled musical genius.

Kravitz is not a first timer on the African continent. He has visited East Africa and performed with the Maasai of Kenya.

He relishes learning indigenous instruments from the locals and in turn teaching them those from his native country as well those he learned from his international travels.

In Botswana, Kravitz will learn Segaba, Setinkane, a four string guitar and percussions indigenous to Botswana.

Kravitz and a number of Botswana musicians including Thabang Molefe, Arona Galeipone and members of the Botswana Folklore Association will work together with the artists from the morning of Monday 30th May, and present a collaborative music concert on the same evening. They will present collaborative works and solo performances. This is an absolute MUST attend event.

*Book your tickets for other Maitisong events with Maitisong Theatre Box Office - Tel: 397 1809. Office hours : 9am ~1pm and 2pm ~ 4pm

 

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