Gig Guide 24 July

2009-07-24 00:00

TONIGHT

• Grolsh premium night at Madlula’s Place featuring DJs Tira, Sox, King Sfiso, Andileh, Sduz and Honest. Entrance is R50.

• The Bow Project features a dazzling young all-female string quartet from Denmark, the Nightingale String Quartet, who will join one of South Africa’s legendary uhadi performers, Mantombi Matotiyana, for a two-week tour of concerts and a CD recording in South Africa. The Durban performance will take place at Howard College Theatre at 7.30 pm. Tickets are R50 and R20 for students. For bookings and inquiries, phone 031 260 3353.

• Black-and-White party at Rivets at the Hilton Durban. The party begins at 8 pm and R100 will get you in. Dress code is smart.

• Collegians Club hosts Graham and Llewelyn Faber performing sixties, seventies and eighties music.

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

• Every Friday is ‘ladies nite’ 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 Shaun who will provide music from the eighties to the present. Secure parking is available. Inquiries: 033 342 3528.TOMORROW

• Nibs van der Spuy will be performing at Vagabond Cafe (Claremont Farm — Sheffield Beach Road, Salt Rock) with special guests Dave and Mike Charles from 6.30 pm. Entrance is R50 (cash only). Phone Kerry at 032 525 4968 or 083 618 5596. Dinner, drinks and gluwein will be available.

• Maisha will be performing at the Durban Botanic Gardens from 12.30 pm. Entrance is R50. www.maishamusic.co.za

• At Hemmingways is the Goblin Inn Reunion hosted by Bob, featuring a disco and karaoke by Tanya. Bring and braai from 5 pm. Inquiries: 083 532 4415.

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

SUNDAY

• Johnny MacGregor and the Three Must Have Beers will be performing at Pegasus in Ashburton from 2 pm. Lunch will be available. Inquiries: 083 532 4415.

• Mike from Marshall Music plays laid-back piano and keyboard favourites from 5.30 pm at the Nevada spur at Cascades.

• Jammo will be performing at the Olive Tree from 1.30 pm with a very laid-back selection to kick off, and the potential to get livelier later on. The Olive Tree is located next to McDonalds’ Garden Centre off Boshoff Street.

WEDNESDAY

• Jammo continues his popular Wednesday night slot at the Nevada Spur at Cascades, with a wide range of feel-good numbers from 5.30 pm to 9.30 pm.

• 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 to 11 pm. All welcome, no entry fee.

• Madala Kunene will be performing at the Phansi Museum at 7.30 pm. Entrance is R70.

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

COMING UP

J uly 31. Cathy Peacock’s Platform Jazz will be entertaining diners at the Westville Country Club. There will be a three-course meal with the catchy Dixie Band providing some toe tapping jazz. The band line up will be Cathy Peacock on trumpet, Ian Holloway on clarinet, Mario Monteregge on Trombone, Cloin Mairs on sax, Joe Delew on Keyboards, Andreas Kappen on bass and Grant Emmerich on drums. The evening starts at 6.30 pm and booking is with Katy Ross on 031 266 1391 or e-mail func tions@westville country club. Tickets for the evening are R120 per person.

• August 1. The Parlotones will be performing at Pecanwood in the midlands.

 

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

 

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