DURBAN’S Rhumbelow Theatre in Cunningham Avenue, off Bartle Road, is hosting Cest la Vie, That’s Life baby with Beat-Route on Friday, March 11 at 8 pm, Saturday, March 2 at 8 pm and Sunday, March 13 at 2 pm and 6.30 pm.
Beat-Route are promising a ‘rockingly flippant tribute to music celebrating the trials and tribulations of life, love, death and all the raucous stuff in between’.
Expect some entertaining laughs and a good time with fresh original arrangements of hits made famous by Louis Armstrong, Burt Bacharch, Diana Krall, Michael Buble, Johnny Cash and more, you’ll hear favourites like Hello Dolly, Oh When the Saints, Bourbon Street Parade & Basin Street Blues, The House of the Rising Sun and the Ring of Fire as well as a special tribute to the late great Natalie Cole.
The line-up includes the indomitable Gerald Sloan on guitar, the inimitable Daniel Sheldon on trumpet and flugel horn, the indestructible Logan Byrne on double bass, the indefinable Devon Hore on drums and percussion, the interminable Tom Hare on sax and the vivacious Zoe Masuku on vocals and keys.
Tom promises not to behave and we will definitely have the whole audience up on its feet by the end of the show!
Tickets for Cest la Vie, That’s Life baby are R140 (R120 pensioners and tables of eight or more) at Computicket. The venue opens 90 minutes before the show so bring food picnic baskets, but no drinks. There is a cash bar.
For more information contact Roland at 082 499 8636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org