Leading ladies on tour to visit Bay

2017-05-24 06:00
Leandie du Randt.Photo:SUPPLIED

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TWO of South Africa’s starlets will come together at The Boardwalk Amphitheatre to entertain and inspire on Saturday, May 27, during the #NoOneCanBeatYouAtBeingYou tour.

Actress, author and motivational speaker Leandie du Randt will share her thoughts on being comfortable in your own skin and loving yourself, inspired by her book, Gemaklik In Jou Eie Lyf, while popular songstress Irene-Louise van Wyk will entertain the audience with beautiful songs from her debut album, Meer as Woor-de, which was released in May last year.

The pair earned rave reviews from audiences across the country during the collaborative nationwide #NoOneCanBeatYouAtBeingYou tour.

Between May and August 2016 they made 60 appearances at venues countrywide. Now, it is Port Elizabeth’s turn to be inspired.

“Guests are promised an uplifting evening of superlative entertainment by two of South Africa’s darlings. Du Randt will share powerful messages of hope and inspiration during her interactive and engaging talk which will be preceded by a spectacular performance by Van Wyk,” said Siphokazi Ngombane, PR and Promotions Manager at The Boardwalk.

Du Randt, who has a BComm in Industrial Psychology, published her book, Gemaklik In Jou Eie Lyf, in 2014 and has been motivating readers and audiences ever since.

South Africans will also recognize her for her appearances in Getroud Met Rugby, Moeggeploeg, Strictly Come Dancing and Vlug na Egipte. She is perhaps best known for her role as Ivanka Gouws in Binnelanders.

Van Wyk is the daughter of Louis van Wyk and the late Irene van Wyk.

At the beginning of 2016, her song, Jy Speel ‘n Game Met My, peaked and stayed at number one on several radio charts, played on almost all local radio frequencies and had listeners hooked.

These exceptionally talented young women can be seen at The Boardwalk on Saturday, May 27 at 7:30pm.

Tickets at R120 are available at Computicket.

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