Blood Speaks is forgiveness

Young ones at rehearsals in preparation for the big performance of Blood Speaks at the Sand du Plessis Theatre on 20 and 21 April 2018.

The big production, Blood Speaks, will leave audiences in awe when it is presented at the Sand du Plessis Theatre on 20 and 21 April 2018 at 19:00. Blood Speaks is a community initiative by the Create Training Centre, which has been running for years.
The first production took place in 2013 at the Oranje Girls’ school hall and was presented again at the Jim Fouché High School hall in 2014. In 2015 a nationwide tour with a team of 12 people visited more than 50 towns to spread the message of forgiveness. In 2016 the production was held at the Sand du Plessis Theatre, with a cast and crew of 615 people involved with the show.
The main roles of Blood Speaks are performed by industry professionals like musicians, actors, arts teachers and professional sound engineers. This production is also a “forgiveness movement” and a community project where trainers have been going out to communities and schools for weeks on end to uplift and train participants for free in dance, mime, mass choir and acting, enabling them to be part of a theatre production. The aim of the production is to impact the nation with the message that we can only move forward if we choose forgiveness and reconciliation instead of revenge. This show is very colourful and dynamic and is definitely for the young and the old.
Tickets cost R80 p.p. Make sure you save your spot at get your tickets at the Pacofs Ticket office.
The plot and more details can be found at or contact Monique Foster at 079-546-1147.

Zilke Prinsloo