1968 – a year of inspired rebellion – from Paris to Prague, Senegal to South Africa, Tokyo to the USA, thousands of young people marched, occupied and shut down urban centers, streets and campuses fighting for a better world.

50 years later, what do young people living in Cape Town want to change? What kind of a world do they want to inherit? 50 high school learners from diverse communities across Cape Town have been creating performances in response to these questions.

Please join us to showcase their site-specific performances at Tshismani Centre for Activist Education and around Mowbray. The festival promises to be a dynamic tour of what young people in Cape Town care about and want to see changed, expressed through song, dance, theatre and live performance.

RSVP: 021-685 3516/8

info@tshisimani.org.za

Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education 67 – 69 Main Road, Mowbray, Cape Town

Refreshments will be served.

Free Entrance

1968 was a year of inspired rebellion, young people protested around the world for peace, freedom and equality. 50 years later, we ask young people living in Cape Town, what do they want to change? What kind of world do they want to inherit? They answered us through nine different site-specific performances at Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education and around Mowbray.