Gig Guide

2009-09-04 00:00

TONIGHT

• Aintree Lodge hosts an Over 30s Dance (twice monthly – first and last Friday)... for tonight and September 25. No entrance fee, dinner optional. Menu (inclusive of desserts) is a roast and veggies for R75 and a curry for R45.

• Barry Ritson will be performing at Collegians Club until the end of September.

• Genie in the Bottle (in CB Downes Rd) hosts karaoke and dance with DJ Mervin from 7 pm. Inquiries: 082 253 7076.

• Every Friday is Ladies’ Night at Club CP (Crystal Palace). Women get in free. Dress is smart casual. Inquiries: 033 387 7941.

• The Kick ‘n Whistle behind the Woodburn Stadium hosts DJ Shaw who will provide music from the eighties to now, to dance and party to. Secure parking is available. Inquiries: 033 342 3528.

 

TOMORROW

• Club CP (Crystal Palace) presents a variety party mix every Saturday with the funkiest house, R&B, bhangra and old school tunes from 8 pm. Inquiries: 033 387 7941.

 

SUNDAY

• Johnny Zest and Friends will be playing at the Lion Park Hotel between 11.30 am and 3 pm, perfoming some of the good old favourites from the past decades.

• Bev MacGregor performs at the Kick ‘n Whistle (behind Woodburn stadium). A three-course meal is on offer from noon. Entrance is free. Bookings for lunch is advised at 076 0744 726.

• Brett Cox and Roly Struckmeyer perform every Sunday afternoon at the Stagecoach. For more information, phone 072 654 6224.

• Club CP (Crystal Palace) hosts a massive bhangra party this Sunday from 8 pm. Dress up and get to CP.

• Mike from Marshall Music will be performing a repertoire of laid-back piano and keyboard favourites from 5.30 pm at the Nevada Spur at Cascades.

• Jammo will be performing at the Olive Tree next to MacDonalds’ Garden Centre from lunchtime onwards. With several hundred songs to choose from and a wealth of true international experience, expect a memorable afternoon.

 

WEDNESDAY

• Due to popular demand, and the fact that the iZulu Theatre has other shows booked, Legends of Rock has been extended at Krakatoa, Sibaya Casino. The shows will take place every Wednesday night and starting at 8 pm, for the month of September. Tickets are R80 available through Computicket and at the box office in Sibaya.

• At the Stagecoach every Wednesday is open mic night with Brett Cox. For more information, phone 072 654 6224.

• Jammo continues his popular Wednesday night slot at the Nevada Spur at Cascades from 5.30 pm. Expect good family entertainment with a catalogue of songs spanning the decades from Motown to the Killers.

• The Kick ’n Whistle hosts karaoke tonight with Jen and Gary. Inquiries: 033 342 3528.

 

THURSDAY

• Every Thursday is open mic night at Snap! Wine Bar in Durban from 7 pm until 11 pm. All are welcome, no entry fee.

• Jen and Gary host karaoke from 7.30 pm at Lizzards Rock.

 

C OMING UP

• September 24 to September 27: The fourth White Mountain Folk Festival features Rambling Bones (alter ego of Jay Bones), Bertie Coetzee, Farryl Purkiss, Josie Field, Larry Amos, Gary Thomas, Laurie Levine, Redhand Blues Band, Joshua Grierson, Andra, Barry Thomson, Flowing Water Band, Catlike Thieves and more. Tickets are available at Game stores (R400), Computicket (R450) and at the festival gate (R500). For more information, visit www.whitemoun tain.co.za or phone Pedro at 082 892 6176.

• September 26: The KZN Music Imbizo 2009 will host a number of local, national and international speakers. Registration for the exhibition has opened for any companies within the music industry and related services. Contact Sphe at sphe@creative lead.co.za or 072 058 6675.

 

 

• To submit or change information, e-mail ryanc@witness.co.za before noon on Wednesday.

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