Disability, Disorder And Disease, But That’s NOT Me (with Deon Bicycle)
Come and enjoy this extraordinary, motivational play, where you will walk a bit in a man’s shoes who was born with a disability and diagnosed with two other illnesses in his life with a fourth one yet to be diagnosed, but has learned how everyone can choose to be a powerful person. “Disability, Disorder And Disease, But That’s NOT Me” will be showing at the Centurion Theatre, 2 March 2022 at 19:00
Deon Bicycle (34) was born with cerebral palsy, diagnosed with bipolar mood disorder, Myasthenia Gravis (an auto immune disease), and unknown illness that constantly takes away his quality of life. Often, we hear people’s stories of battles with illness or disability, but how often do you hear about someone living a full life with four illnesses?
Bicycle tells the story of how he manages his life in a world where disability and illness can disable character. Without physical strength or authority, he demonstrates how you can choose your response to any circumstance and stick with what is most important to you.
Throughout the play you not only get to walk in his shoes but also ask yourself some honest questions. He constantly asks himself, “What can I learn from my current situation and the people around me?”.
Come and be motivated and inspired to take more out of life than you already have from a guy whose odds is totally against him, and yet lives life to the fullest.
“There is nothing as beautiful as seeing another person smile for a moment in hopelessness when you inspire them to stand up and say: I can!’ - Deon Bicycle.
Tickets are R130 per person, available on quicket.co.za or visit Centurion Theatre website.
Refreshments will be served on arrival, and a cash bar will be available.
Deon Bicycle books will be available afterwards at a special discount.
Life is like a bicycle, to keep your balance you must keep moving.
|Age restriction||No under 13s|
|Refund policy||Refunds allowed (view policy)|