This show for all audiences, which will take place in the Can Ventosa cultural space, will recreate everyday situations in society through various characters
The theater group ‘Es Clot’ will celebrate next Saturday, 17th September at 7:00 p.m. in the Can Ventosa cultural space, a one-hour solidarity performance for the benefit of the Ibiza and Formentera Association against Cancer, IFCC. This show for all audiences, under the title “Ay, mi Pepe!”, will recreate, through various characters, everyday situations such as presenting a complaint to the town hall, buying a second-hand car, going to a gynecological appointment or discussing the Disney female stereotype.
These comic scenes, directed by Xesús Ballesteros, are the first theatrical incursion of ‘Es Clot’ in Ibiza, thus giving life to this cultural proposal through various theatrical pieces “with the simple intention of making the viewer have a good time”.
Tickets, with a donation price of 12 euros, can now be purchased at the Es Clot Ibiza Neighborhood Association, from Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, whose contact address is the Royal Plaza Hotel, or at Pérez Peluqueros, located at number 3, Calle Baleare in Ibiza.
The president of Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, Helen Watson, wanted to thank the actors in this play for their enthusiasm, effort and solidarity and has invited the entire society of the island to attend this theatrical meeting which, she affirms, will be “entertaining and perfect to spend an afternoon with the family, while supporting a good cause”. For its part, the theater group has also wanted to thank different neighbors for their donations for the play, “because without them it would not be possible”, they say, specifying “our thanks to Toni for lending us the sofa, to Joan for making the solidarity tickets, to our families for putting up with us these months and to all of you for joining us on our first theatrical adventure. Pepita, va per tu”, they proclaim from ‘Es Clot’.
IFCC, 21 years together with the Islands cancer patients and their families
The Ibiza and Formentera Association Against Cancer, IFCC, donated in 2019 a total of 16 new state-of-the-art reclining armchairs for cancer patients at the Hospital de Can Misses, which are added to the 10 that it already paid for in 2016, along with five televisions with built-in headphones for the chemotherapy room. An Association that has financed, furthermore, thanks to the donations of its many members and the charity events organized, the decoration of the oncology nursing consultation and the Unit consultation of Palliative Care, the acquisition of an endoscope for the Formentera Hospital, a pilot project for colon cancer screening in the Island and the hiring of a physiotherapist for the Lymphedema Unit, directed by Dr. Sausan Sayed, in addition to several cars for the Palliative Care Unit. This NGO has also published, the informative brochures of the Oncology Day Hospital, with recommendations for patients in chemotherapy treatment, breast surgery and ostomized.