The Gods Must Be Crazy is a charming 80’s classic that reveals the follies of the modern world from the perspective of a native Kalahari bushman. The tribal people in a remote African desert live a happy life, but it is torn to pieces when a Coca-Cola bottle falls from a plane. With the villages fighting over the strange foreign object, tribal leader Xi decides to take the bottle back to the Gods to restore peace.
You will be in for a treat with the delicious Ugandan (vegan) dinner for sale ($10). African drums and other African musical instruments to play along with Ugandan music and dance. Bar will be open. Ugandan (and other African) goods for sale.
Sat Jan 19, 2019 at 6pm. Cost $15 ($10 concession) online (https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessi...) or $20 ($10 concession) at the door.
Proceeds for the evening will go to VOLSET, a Ugandan non-government organisation. For more information on the good work they do please visit: https://volsetugandaltd.yolasite.com/. The funds raised will go towards building a second Aussie Chook House for laying hens to be built at the school so that the children can have eggs in their diet, learn a little about animal husbandry, and further, excess eggs will be sold (or given) to the community.
This event is hosted by Kathy from Aussie Friends of VOLSET (AussieVOLSET@gmail.com. ABN 66 454 488 411)
Majestic Theatre, Pomona
3 Factory Street,