What's on 22 February

2008-02-22 00:00

Dbn Theatre: At the Rhumbelow Theatre this weekend Anthony Stonier, Rowan Bartlett and Sean De Klerk star in A-Men! The three are sassy singing gals who have come to Africa from the deep south of America, to explore their roots. Shows: 8 pm on February 22 and 23 and 6.30 pm on February 24. Booking: 031 205 7602, 082 499 8636 or e-mail roland@stansell.za.net

Tongaat Theatre: After a successful run at Suncoast and then at the Golden Horse Casino in Pietermaritzburg, Devil in Disguise returns to the stage at the Tongaat Town Hall tonight. This is an Elvis romp not to be missed. For more information, phone Vivian Moodley at 084 760 1096 or ­Yasmeen at 084 552 4786.

Pmb Art: The Tatham Art Gallery’s New Acquisitions exhibition runs until May 4. This showcases works bought by and donated to the gallery over the last couple of years, as well as some older pieces that have been in the Tatham but never accessioned into the collection. Some of the works were bought on local exhibitions. Gallery hours are 10 am to 6 pm, Tuesday to Sunday. For more information, phone 033 392 2801.

Pmb Art: In both the Tatham’s Schreiner Gallery and the Georgetown Library in Edendale is Edendale Excels, a celebration of four artists with links to Edendale — Gerard Bhengu, Michael Zondi, Chickenman Mkhize and Siyabonga Sikosana. It ends on May 4 in the Tatham and February 29 at Georgetown. Information: 033 392 2801. Georgetown hours: 8.30 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday and 9 am to 1 pm on Saturdays. Information: Sindi Mkhulisi at 033 399 3641.

Pmb Art: The exhibition of Wearable Art by Sue Akerman, Annette McMaster, Jutta Faulds and Clare Smith in the Café and 3D galleries continues this month. There are also angels, mosaics, papier-mâché pieces and jewellery by Macs members and wire birds by Wesley Flanagan. Information: 033 386 6500 (mornings).

Pmb Art: The Blue Caterpillar Gallery at Butterflies for Africa is showing paintings by Pietermaritzburg-born Dutch resident Jon Eiselin. The gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday. For more information, phone 033 387 1356 or visit ­www.butterflies.co.za or www.joneiselin.com

Dbn Art: An international photographic exhibition documenting the modern-day exodus of Ethiopia’s persecuted Jewish community to Israel ends at the Artisan Contemporary Gallery in Florida Road today. Open weekdays from 10 am to 5 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm. Information: Sue Greenberg at 031 312 4364 or Lauren Shapiro at 031 337 1507.

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