Kudaladala II is the annual fundraiser gig for the SHAWCO Little Moon literacy project.
This year we are privileged to present three of Cape Town’s hottest bands plus a very special headline DJ lined up for your entertainment. We invite you to support the Little Moon literacy project by joining us for a night of non-stop dancing and all round awesomeness!
Sway to the upbeat acoustic rhythms of Jon Shaban, get down and dirty with the gritty blues rock of Rosemary Towns End, bounce around to the infectious Indie sounds of LA.VI, then prepare to shake and shimmy well into the night with the irresistible beats of the one and only TOBY2SHOES!
Date: Friday 2nd March
Time: 9pm till late
Cover: R20 before 10pm, R30 thereafter
* JON SHABAN
* ROSEMARY TOWNS END
*TOBY2SHOES (of Balkanology fame)
For every share of the above video, R2 gets donated to Kudaladala – Little Moon project! So go to the FB group and SHARE AWAY!!
‘Kudaladala’ translates to ‘Once upon a time…’ and this captures the essence of SHAWCO’s Little Moon Literacy Project based at Walter Teka Primary School in Nyanga. The aim of the project is to foster a love of reading and writing through storytelling, drama, songs and games.
The project employs the use of both the English and Xhosa medium and is facilitated by volunteers from the University of Cape Town and the Nyanga community itself.
After a very successful first year in operation, this year we hope to grow the project to expose over 60 grade one’s and two’s to an environment where reading is made fun and accessible in a language that children can understand.
“Life is a gift, and it offers us the privilege, opportunity, and responsibility to give something back by becoming more.” said Anthony Robbins.
He continued, “We at Little Moon strive to offer the precious gift of a positive experience in basic education to these children in the hope of developing their love for literacy – which is fundamental to any learning”
FB group page of Little Moon: http://www.facebook.com/groups/195098470532638/
FB group for the event Kudaladala: http://www.facebook.com/events/368277769868864/