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Afghanistan Fundraiser Performance – Amphibian

Date: Sep 25 2021

Times: 5:00PM, 7:30PM

Venue: Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

A Windmill Theatre Company production

Chloe and Hassan are sent out of class under suspicion for stealing money while feeding the class axolotl. As the unlikely pair work out who’s responsible, Chloe hears the heartbreaking story of an Afghan boy who has travelled alone, across land and sea, for a better life.

Based on the real-life testimonies of refugees, Amphibian sees past, present and dreams collide in an epic story of displacement, loss and adapting to different worlds.

Poignant, powerful and bubbling with humour, Amphibian is sparkling teen drama that brings one of the most urgent issues of our time roaring onto the stage.


In support of the people of Afghanistan, Windmill is donating the box office income of the 7.30pm performance of Amphibian on Saturday 25 September to the Baba Mazari Foundation

The Baba Mazari Foundation provides support for children and victims of terrorist attacks throughout Afghanistan, as well as broader community and environmental projects across the globe. Funds from the 7.30pm performance of Amphibian will go directly towards helping impoverished families and emergency relief to those affected by crises in Afghanistan.


Duncan Graham


Sasha Zahra


Meg Wilson

Composer & Sound Designer:

Ian Moorhead

Lighting & Audio Visual Designer

Mark Pennington

Cultural Consultants

Muzafar Ali and Elyas Alavi

Cast Includes

Rami Saaid and Julia Vosnakis

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Baba Mazari Foundation Volunteers plant trees on Kangaroo Island Land for Wildlife properties.

3600 trees planted with help from Baba Mazari Foundation volunteers across Land for Wildlife properties in Kangaroo Island on 14th and 15th of August 2021.

After the devastating bush fire in 2019/2020, BMF managed a fundraising campaign among the Hazara community in Australia for the bush fire appeal and donated a sum of around $87,000 AUD to the state government. In continuation of that campaign, BMF in collaboration with the Land for Wildlife and KI Council sent a group of 14 volunteers on a two-day journey to plant trees in two sites in Kangaroo Island. The group was planning to plant nearly 4000 trees in two days and help restore the natural life of the Island.

The volunteers were Australian-Hazara residents of South Australia aiming to contribute to rebuilding the wildlife in their state of residency.

For BMF, planting trees native to this Island is of paramount importance and value. For our volunteers, tree plantation in fire affected areas of Kangaroo Island is not only an exercise in re-vegetation, but rejuvenating the nature and providing essential food source to the wildlife such as the glassy cockatoos.

KI LfW’s Vanessa Messmer said, “This revegetation project will improve habitat for threatened species like the KI dunnart and the Bassian thrush as well as extend refuge corridors.” She also said “It was an absolute honour to work with BMF over the weekend, their enthusiasm and positivity was an inspiration. We are very thankful for all their help and hard work.”

The Islander also published an article on their website informing the locals of this event. You can read the article on their website at Baba Mazari Foundation plants 3600 trees on Kangaroo Island Land for Wildlife properties.

We will post more details about this project on our website. Stayed tuned for updates.

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