I often share about Joburg Ballet and their incredible productions, however its time for us to give back to our awesome national ballet company, and the arts.

Birds winged and balletic move into the spotlight when The South African Ballet Theatre Trust’s 2020 Fundraising Event takes flight on Saturday 15 February at the Country Club, Woodmead, Sandton. Joburg Ballet will benefit from the funds raised at this event.

The 208-hectare Woodmead club has a significant bush and grasslands area that is home to an impressive range of flora and fauna, providing a safe environment for walking and bird-spotting.

The programme will start with a walk through the Club’s extensive park guided by a bird expert and followed by a performance of ballet highlights by Joburg Ballet. In keeping with the bird theme, items include extracts from Swan Lake, The Firebird, The Sleeping Beauty and The Dying Swan.

This will be followed by a light Hamburger and Hotdog Supper and an ice-cream treat. And best of all, you get to support Joburg Ballet.

If you decide to pass on the bird-spotting walk, the perfect alternative is to enjoy a drink and the Club’s panoramic views with friends and fellow ballet supporters. If you wish to sit on the lawn alongside the swimming pool please bring your own folding chair. What better way to spend a high summer Saturday afternoon? All are welcome.

Venue: The Pool Pavillion, Country Club, Woodmead
Date: Saturday 15 February
Time: For those wishing to participate in the walk at 3pm; Ballet performance 5.30 pm
Dress: Comfortably casual; good walking shoes
Cost: R500 per person; there will be a Cash Bar
RSVP: Biddy Faber at biddy.faber@hsf.com

Bank Details:
The South African Ballet Theatre Trust
First National Bank – Parktown
Branch Code: 250455
Current Account # 62072052104
As a reference: Your surname and Trust Fundraiser, and send proof of payment to Biddy Faber at biddy.faber@hsf.com

Find out more about Joburg Ballet on their website here…

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