Suid Natal celebrates fifty tears

2018-05-10 06:01

A musical weekend is around the corner at the celebration of Hoërskool Suid
Natal’s 50th anniversary.

The Revue Concert takes place every evening from May 2 to May 4.

The shows start at 6.30 pm and tickets are R30 per person, except the Friday evening which is the gala evening where the cost is R50 per person.

On Saturday May 5, award-winning Afrikaans musician Brendan Peyper, known for his debut Afrikaans album Stop Wag Bly Nog ‘n Bietjie will be performing at 5 pm and tickets are R90 per person.

Sensational music legend, Steve
Hofmeyr starts performing at 7.30 pm and tickets for his show are R150 per person. Funds raised from the concert will go towards the school.

All shows take place at Hoërskool Suid Natal, 12 Unity Street, Port Shepstone and tickets can be purchased from Karen at the school.

For more information contact 039 682 2212 or Wim at 076 549 8941 or 082 323 9644.

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