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Over the Edge Screening
November 23, 2021 @ 08:00 - 17:00
On November 23rd, join Ocean conservation group Oceaneers, alongside Wavescape, Mahina, GLOW, Surf.4.Earth, Thank Goodness Foods and Captain Fanplastic as they take you ,”Over the Edge” – for the Oceans, with Matt Bromley.
Hosted at the Blue Bird Garage Market, they are excited to be hosting this once off screening, as they band together to raise awareness for the Oceans and enjoy the thrills of Matt’s big-wave pursuit.
Tickets start from R50 for Oceaneers or R100 for the general public, both tickets are inclusive of one free drink. To join the cause and get your discounted ticket, follow the link, take the pledge and sign up to become an Oceaneer.
Matt Bromley’s latest movie, Over The Edge, has been making waves all across the world. The movie follows Matt’s two-year journey expanding the boundaries of his mental and physical ability through his surfing. Featuring horrific wipeouts at jaws, missed opportunities and taking us over the edge at Nias on what was one of the most prodigious waves of the year.
They are also lucky enough to have Matt join us in person for a Q&A session hosted by none other than local surf legend Steve Pike, aka, Spike. Spike is the founder of Wavescape, host of the annual Wavescape Film Festival and literally wrote the book on Surfing in South Africa.
With Mahina towels for sale, Captain Fanplastic’s books on offer, prizes from Wazoogles and a host of our favourite local food vendors, this event is surely not one to miss.
And finally, for those who feel a strong call to action, they invite you to sign up to become an Oceaneer on the night, receive your welcome bag and join our community of ocean aficionados.
Oceaneers is an organisation, based in Muizenberg, that is working towards raising awareness about the impact that our food choices have on the oceans. The impact of industrialised fishing and farming has a catastrophic effect on our oceans, and each day we get to choose whether or not we want to support these destructive practices.
Through community building they offer people a chance to take a pledge to reduce their consumption of industrially fished or farmed animal products and help to raise awareness around the impact that these harmful practices have on the oceans.