Well Worn Journal


Who said Africa doesn’t care about Climate Change?

Who said Africa doesn’t care about Climate Change?
So. It’s been a powerful 3 days. To mark the start of the

Well Worn is busy busy busy

So obviously the big news this month is the 350.org global climate campaign.  Well Worn and Anthea Moys (http://www.antheamoys.co.za/home.html)  an

The story so far…

Our Climate Change Action Programme is in full swing!
We’ve been busy getting everything together so we can deliver an awesome

Kyla visits the World Congress and Performing Arts Festival for Young Children 2011

Walking silently around a rainy Malmoe on Sunday night, reflecting on the exquisite plays I had seen the previous week

Global Day of Action 2009 is upon us!


Climate Justice Now! (South Africa Chapter), Earthlife Africa Jhb and Well Worn Theatre invite you to join in a week of

Well Worn Theatre is Hiring.

Well Worn Theatre Company is Hiring.Well Worn Theatre is about to embark on delivering a 2010 Climate Change Action Programme

Welcome to Well Worn Theatre

Hello folks, how do you like our new website?! We here at Well Worn are giddy with excitement about it.

SASOL bashing a huge success!

On the 10th September 2009, close to 1 000 protesters gathered in Sturdee Avenue,  Rosebank, outside SASOL Headquarters, home to

International Theatre for Children and Young People World Day, 20 March 2010

Dear Friends,
What with Well Worn so often wearing its brightly coloured Activist Hat and making such an almighty noise about

Community Building Workshop with Peter Block

Thanks to the generosity of Louise van Rhyn and all at the fabulous Symphonia, I was able to attend the