Back by popular demand at the Labia Theatre are two classic films on the famous Camino de Santiago – the intimate drama, The Way, starring Martin Sheen, and the inspiringly beautiful travelogue, Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago.

Both films, set on the Camino de Santiago in Spain, which draws people from all over the world on an epic pilgrimage every year, will be rescreened next month in aid of StreetSmart SA.

Walking the Camino will be shown at 13h45 on Saturday, 04 May, followed by The Way at 16h00 on Sunday, 05 May 2019.

StreetSmart SA is an organisation dedicated to helping street children rebuild their lives through public donations with the support of a network of restaurants, accommodation establishments, and wine tasting centres throughout the Western Cape and Gauteng.

StreetSmart SA is a registered Public Benefit Organisation, as well as a Non-Profit Organisation and funds, are primarily raised by participating restaurants, accommodation establishments, and wine tasting centres, adding a voluntary R5 donation to the bill.

Every cent raised in this way goes towards social and educational upliftment projects for street children. The organisation 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, Australia, New Zealand, Vancouver and the Netherlands.

Tickets per show cost R40 per person and are available from the Labia Theatre by calling Tel: 021 424 5927. Booking is essential.

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