“Love and Terror in the Wind”, is a theatrical production depicting the impact of oil production on small villages and communities in 1920’s Venezuela. Seen through the eyes of a child in pursuit of a suitable profession in troubled times, this theatrical production is based on the works of Venezuelan playwright César Rengifo and philosopher J.M. Briceño Guerrero.
“Love and Terror in the Wind” is a Latin American play airing for three nights only, September 8,9 and 10, 2011 at 7:30pm in London’s Bolivar Hall. All funds raised from all three presentations will be donated towards building water well in Africa through PumpAid. Seats can be reserved by making your donation at the website http://www.justgiving.com/loveandterror/
“We are honoured to have the opportunity to present an English version of the Latin American play in the London scene for the purpose of raising funds towards aiding development initiatives in Africa” said Germán D’Jesús, producer. “With the troubled economic climate, we hope our efforts will have a two-fold effect: help raise awareness of Latin American Arts and directly impact the lives of thousands who live in poverty in Africa”, he concluded.
To find out more visit http://loveandterror.moonfruit.com/ and follow the links to make your donation.
Donation Tickets £10 & £5
54 Grafton Way
London W1T 5DL
8, 9 & 10 September