Tracks is going international baby!
We are traveling to Hong Kong and, Hanoi, Vietnam on the 2nd of November.
We are fortunate enough to have incredible international producers, and the support of the arts communities in HK and Hanoi.
We've managed to raise enough funds privately to cover 2/3s of our cost, and we are so proud of this!
However, there is a tiny gap in our budget, that we hope to fill up before we leave. Won't you be our patron?
On the right hand side you will see different items we need help covering, from transport to technicalities. No contribution too big or too small.
We'll let the world know you love the arts!
For as little as a the cost of a glass of coke or a beer, you can help sponsor this show, and help this uniquely South African work, and two bad-ass female artists travel the world and make dreams come true.
What do you say?! Let's do it!
If PayPal is giving you a hard time, you can pop an eft right into our savings account.
|M H Sandham
More on Tracks:
Tracks was first commissioned for the Wits Theatre So Solo Festival in 2017. We have been fortunate enough to perform it at The Makhanda National Arts Festival, at The Johannesburg Civic Theatre, and P.O.P. Art Theatre in Johannesburg.
It is a true story about the discovery of a family secret. About a secretive man. And a newly discovered family in 2016.
Tracks is a one-woman show by Maude Sandham, who excavates the myth and memory of her grandfather, Alan Sandham. It is co-created and directed by Nicola Pilkington.
Tracks is a show about a man with 6 children and a dedicated wife. A man who loved to read the classics, listen to Rachmaninoff and cook his ‘Scandinavian specialties’. A man who worked for the South African Railway for 35 years. And a man who kept a secret.
A story about the political ebbing into the personal.
A story about a man of colour who slipped through the cracks of the Apartheid regime.
Contact [email protected] for more info!