Labia, Cape Town: 12 September at 13h45 and 13 September at 16h00
The inspiringly beautiful travelogue, Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago, set on the famous Camino de Santiago in Spain, which draws people from all over the world on an epic pilgrimage every year, will be showing at the Labia in Cape Town in September in aid of StreetSmart SA.
The documentary is an impressionistic film that creates a casual narrative about this ancient journey and what its modern revival is all about. It will be shown to raise funds for StreetSmart SA, at the Labia on Orange at 13h45 on Saturday, 12 September and 16h00 on Sunday, 13 September 2015.
StreetSmart SA is an organisation dedicated towards helping street children rebuild their lives with the support of a network of restaurants throughout the Western Cape and Gauteng. Participating restaurants encourage their guests to dine responsibly by adding a voluntary R5 donation to each table’s bill. Every cent raised in this way goes towards social and educational upliftment projects for street children.
A registered Public Benefit Organisation as well as a Non-Profit Organisation, StreetSmart SA was set up by a group of concerned Capetonians under the patronage of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and comprises resourceful board members representing business and the hospitality and tourism industries. Similar StreetSmart organisations also run independently throughout the UK, San Francisco, Australia, New Zealand, Vancouver, India and the Netherlands.
Tickets to watch “Walking the Camino” cost R40 per person and are available from the Labia by calling Tel: 021 424 5927. Booking is essential.
Issued by: GC Communications
Contact: Gudrun Clark
Tel: +27 (0) 21 462-0520
Issued on behalf of: StreetSmart South Africa
Contact: Reinette Retief – Administrator
Tel: 021 418 0621