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THEATRE PLAY

Genre : Performance | Kampala

From saturday 17 to monday 19 october 2015

Contact details : Ssebaggala Andrew
Tel. : +256 776 617450
Column : Music, Theater, Dance
Uganda
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SILENT VOICES/DWON MA PEKE...is a theatre play that mirrors the views and emotions of the real victims of the Northern Uganda war. The Play explores how victims have been ignored in the constant calls to "forgive" and "reconcile" at the expense of justice. Through the Protagonist-Mother- a symbolic representation of life and death, Silent Voices examines what good citizens can be driven into by unhealth policies. 

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With pleasure we cordially invite you to the premiere of Silent Voices/ Dwon ma peke this weekend at the Uganda National Theatre.  
SILENT VOICES/DWON MA PEKE, a theatre play written by Adong Judith is PREMIÈRING this SATURDAY 17TH OCTOBER in both ACHOLI and ENGLISH LANGUAGES at 4PM and 6.30PM respectively at the UGANDA NATIONAL THEATRE-KAMPALA.
There will be more Shows on SUNDAY 18TH OCTOBER at 4pm and 6.30pm for the ACHOLI and ENGLISH shows respectively and MONDAY 19TH OCTOBER at 6PM and 8.30PM for the ACHOLI and ENGLISH shows respectively.
TICKETS ARE OUT ON SALE at the NATIONAL THEATRE at 10,000/= FOR STUDENTS, 20,000/= per show for ADULTS and 35,000/= for BOTH Acholi and English shows.
SILENT VOICES is rated 16 YEARS AND ABOVE STRICTLY!!!!
There will be PANEL DISCUSSIONS on various topics on transitional justice in post conflict areas at the end of the Acholi productions.  
FOR RESERVATIONS CONTACT US:  +256 776 617450/ +256 757 852 099/ 0772 957 772 I
WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU ALL TO THE SILENT VOICES THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE AS YOU BECOME A VOICE FOR THE VOICELESS!!!!

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