Join Cat Simoni and Paul Spence as they celebrate the ‘luvverly’ songs from classical musical, ‘My Fair Lady’

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Catch Midlands songbird, Cat Simoni, in Wouldn’t it be Luvverly! at the Rhumbelow Theatre in Umbilo, Durban, at 2pm and 6.30 pm on Sunday, January 22 and at the Rhumbelow Theatre – Pietermaritzburg at the Allan Wilson Shellhole at 2pm and 6.30pm on Sunday, February 12.

Written by Paul Spence, who co-stars with Cat, the show celebrates the Higgins & Liza story through all the unforgettable music of the wonderful Lerner and Loewe West End and Broadway show, My Fair Lady.

From I Could Have Danced All Night, With a little Bit of Luck, On The Street Where you Live, Show Me!, Get Me to the Church on Time, Let a Woman in your Life, I’ve Grown Accustomed to her Face, it’s time to fall in love with your favourite songs all over again!

After ten years playing and singing for the international crème de la crème at the Steinways of London’s 5-star venues and exclusive clubs, The Ritz, Carlton, Dorchester, Mayfair; Cat is delighted to be entertaining South African audiences.

Paul, meanwhile, was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company for seven years, and has worked in theatres from London to Copenhagen, Vienna to Tokyo.

Tickets are R150 (R130 pensioners – first weekend only). Book at Computicket. For group bookings of 20 or more phone Roland at 082 499 8636 or email: roland@stansell.za.net

Patrons are invited to bring along picnic baskets but no drinks. There is a cash bar available. Both venues open 90 minutes before the show.

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