Social Circus in War Zone

Posted: April 22, 2016 by lambentI2e in Events / Gatherings

Date : 6 May 2016
Time : 8-9pm
Venue : Open Book Cafe, 25 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089839

Can laughter really be found in the war zone? This is no irony, but efforts taken by people who believe that children deserve to be children, and feeling joy is their right, wherever they are.

David Mason, the founder of Mobile Mini Circus for Children will be in Singapore for a stopover after a conference in Cambodia. He will be bringing us a 60 minutes talk on “Social Circus in War Zone”.



– Amazing transformational effects of Social Circus
– Social and individual progress by Social Circus
– The great history of MMCC
– Stories of Social circus in Afghanistan
– Q&A

Entrance is free and open to all. To support the good work of MMCC, a donation box will be available at this event. All proceeds goes to MMCC.


For David Mason, laughter is an antidote to war. Social Circus, he believes, is as much a part of Afghanistan’s national reconstruction as roads, water, and hospitals.

In 2002, he founded the Mobile Mini Circus for Children, ( which is now a world’s leading Social Circus organization. The transformative power of Social Circus connects education, physical art and social development to teach being happy, enthusiastic, meaningful and positive social individuals. MMCC’s pedagogy, workshops and arts have benefited millions of children, alone their live educational performances have had 3.6 million audience in 28 provinces all over Afghanistan. Games and circus arts are a tools for teaching social skills, overcoming trauma and developing essential capacities and the ability to take responsibility. Through Social Circus performances, essential messages such as health, landmine awareness, peace and importance of education are effectively delivered to millions of children.

For updates, check the Facebook event page.


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