Gig Guide 14 to 20 March

2008-03-14 00:00


The band Devil May Care will be performing at the Red Door, starting at 9 pm. Entrance is R10 before 9 pm. Inquiries: 082 907 5218.

Barry Ritson performs on the deck at Lizard’s Rock (40 Alan Paton Drive). Inquiries: 033 345 0615.

Le Domaine’s Club de Vie (100 Acutts Drive, Hillcrest) hosts a Tribute to Dean Martin and Old Blue Eyes Frank Sinatra — the kings of croon, performed by Grant Bell and Lenny Bowes. Tickets: R90 per person. For bookings, phone Di Ward at 031 716 8000.

Jammo will be performing at Collegians Club. Entrance free. Inquiries: 033 342 1736.

Coconut Willy’s features Alvin playing party music from 8 pm. Inquiries: 083 560 9416.

The Pegasus hosts karaoke with Stuart from 7.30 pm.


The Pegasus hosts Graham Faber, performing sixties and seventies music from 2 pm. Bookings must be made in advance at 083 532 4415.

Erin Fourie performs at Hebron Haven every Sunday over lunchtime.


St Patrick’s Day dinner-dance from 7.30 pm at Le Domaine’s Club de Vie (100 Acutts Drive, Hillcrest). Mim and John will be entertaining the audience. Bookings are essential — made and paid at Le Domaine’s reception before March 15. A buffet dinner will be served which is included in the price. Tickets are R90 per person. Contact Di Ward at 031 716 8000.


Brian McKnight will be performing in Durban at the International Convention Centre. McKnight is a Grammy award-nominated singer, songwriter, arranger and producer, famous for his serenading ballads about being truly, madly and deeply in love. The Love Night Tour is his first in South Africa. Tickets are available at Computicket from R180 to R350. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Inquiries: 084 400 3003.

Jammo will be performing at Lizzard’s Rock.

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


Open mic sessions at Scaramouch Pub (47 Old Main Road, Hillcrest) every Thursday night from 8 pm. Inquiries: 084 555 3112.

• To submit or change information, phone 079 887 5347 or e-mail before noon on Wednesday.

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