South African LIV children to

South African LIV children to perform in the UK

LIV The Journey is a production that tells the story of Lungisisa Indlela Village in KwaZulu-Natal – an initiative that is transforming the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children in South Africa.

South African LIV children to

LIV is a charity based in South Africa that places vulnerable and parentless children into a family environment. The children are placed under the care of a trained foster mother, in a school and under the supervision of spiritual disciples who guide, love and shape the lives of the children, ultimately creating a sense of belonging as they live within the model of an African village.

Equipping the children with essential moral values and life skills is at the foundation of LIV’s model. It’s believed that with this grounding these children will actively influence positive change within South Africa, Africa, and the world.

To spread awareness of the outstanding work that LIV is doing, a group of children aged 11-17 years, will be touring England from 26 June – 5 September 2016. The performance will tell the story of LIV through traditional African dancing and singing: it is a positive and hope-filled story about South Africa.

The children will be performing across the country – London, Birmingham, Stafford, Shepton Mallet, Devon, Edinburgh, Brighton, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Eastbourne, Southampton, Watford, and Sheffield.

For more details of the tour, to see the tour itinerary, or to get more information on the work that LIV is doing, go to or contact