27 Jan 2012 to 05 Feb 2012 Music, Theatre
7 piece Dixieland band, "Platform Jazz", plays authentic 1920’s toe-tapping jazz. Included in their repertoire are such famous numbers such as the Fats Waller favorites ‘I’m going sit right down and write myself a letter’, ‘Honeysuckle Rose’ and traditional favorites including ‘Sweet Georgia Brown’, ‘Chicago’ and ‘When the saints go marching in’. Line up includes trumpet, clarinet, sax, trombone, double bass, drums, piano/ Keyboard. Band members - Cathy "Hotlips" Peacock on trumpet, Ian "lightning fingers" Holloway on clarinet, Duncan Wooldridge on trombone, Jeff Judge on sax and vocals, Calli Thomson on keyboard, Andreas "Bull fiddle' Kappen on double bass, Bashful Bruce Baker on drums and Jaziel Vaugh’hann - vocals.. Rhumbelow Theatre, Durban.


01 Feb 2012 to 05 Feb 2012 Music, Theatre
Slide guitar, harmonica, African blues guitar stylings, soul vocals all feature in fresh vibrant sound of Robin Auld. Well known to South Africans from his hits such as “Baby you been good”, “All of Woman”, “Love Kills”. Robin’s music has evolved from pop sound of earlier recordings into contemporary mix of blues and roots. Robin will be playing acoustic versions of his old hits, along with a selection of more recent material, and might well tell a few stories too.. A lively and upbeat evening of entertainment that will enthuse and uplift! Kalk Bay Theatre, Cnr Rouxville Road and Main Rd, Kalk Bay

SMOKIE - Take a Minute World Tour

26 Sep 2013 to 05 Oct 2013 Music, Theatre, Roadshow
Smokie is coming to town! Internationally successful British pop group Smokie on tour in South Africa. With chart-topping hits like Living Next Door to Alice, Lay Back in the Arms of Someone, Mexican Girl, For a Few Dollars, Needles and Pins and If You Think You Know How to Love Me, and constant tours, Smokie is one of the most popular bands in the world today. As part of Take a Minute World Tour, Smokie will visit Moscow, Sweden, UK, Germany, Ireland, Austria, Norway, Spain, Denmark, Greenland, Scandinavia, Australia and South Africa. More info available at


11 Feb 2012 to 11 Feb 2012 Music, Theatre
Kristian Matsson, Swedish singer song-writer, soft-spoken guy who stands around five and a half feet tall. But on stage, he's known as Tallest Man on Earth, name he earned with unforgettable live performances and boldest, most captivating voices around. Following sell-out performances in UK, Europe and Australia for his latest album tour “The Wild Hunt”, Matsson coming to South African stages for the first time. Joburg Theatre, The Mandela, Braamfontein.