One Hit Wonderful returns to The Dive

PHOTO: supplied The One Hit Wonderful cast are back for two shows this February at the Hexagon Dive (back) Daniel Rossouw, Katherine McClelland, and (front, from left) Ryan Calder, Tammy Calder and Sandra Styles.
PHOTO: supplied The One Hit Wonderful cast are back for two shows this February at the Hexagon Dive (back) Daniel Rossouw, Katherine McClelland, and (front, from left) Ryan Calder, Tammy Calder and Sandra Styles.

AFTER playing to full houses in December, One Hit Wonderful is back with two performances in February at the Hexagon Dive.

Sandra Styles, Daniel Rossouw, Ryan Calder and Tammy Calder are once again gracing The Dive stage with their amazing voices and wacky humour. They are joined this year by guest artist, Katherine McLennand. Direction is by Peter Mitchell.

In a tradition that started more than 15 years ago, the annual Dive show takes a look at various styles, genres, eras and artists and provides a relaxed evening of good music and fun.

This year’s show includes “one hit wonders” such as Lemon Tree, Lollipop, Mamy Blue, Venus, Don’t Worry Be Happy, I Like the Way You Move, Everlasting Love, Eloise, and more.

It is picnic evenings where patrons bring their own food, but no drinks, as there is a cash bar.

The shows take place on Friday 3 February and Saturday, 4 February at 7pm for 7.30pm. Doors open at 6.45pm.

Tickets cost R100 per person. To book email hexagon@ukzn.ac.za - Supplied

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