Magical music and mellow vibes: It’s White Mountain Festival time

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The Sweet Resistance, a chart-topping alternative pop rock band from Cape Town, fronted by the super-talented Natasha Meister, will be performing at the White Mountain Festival.  Photo supplied.

NOW in its 12th year, the annual White Mountain Festival in the Southern Drakensberg is the perfect opportunity to get away from it all and enjoy a three-day line-up of some of the best acoustic acts in the country.

Known for its intimate, relaxed atmosphere, the festival, which runs from September 28 to October 1, is held at White Mountain Lodge in the foothills of the Giant’s Castle Nature Reserve.  Continue reading

Exploring the world of post-feminisim through contemporary dance

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Lorin Sookool will be performing her work ‘BAD’ at the KZNSA Gallery in Glenwood.

SHARP and witty, Lorin Sookool’s solo show, BAD, is expected to be one of the highlights of this year’s JOMBA! KZN on the Edge at the KZNSA Gallery in Durban, writes ESTELLE SINKINS.

The work, one of three being performed in the main gallery space at the venue from 6 pm on Monday, August 28, explores the notion of post-feminism in our image-obsessed, web-empowered generation. Continue reading

Enjoy a ‘Heavyweight Comedy Jam’ with the funniest ladies in SA

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WANT your funnybone tickled? Then head down to Sibaya Casino’s iZulu Theatre, near Umhlanga, for the Heavyweight Comedy Jam at 3 pm on Women’s Day,  August 9.

The show features Samantha Govender, Maeshni Naicker, Shika Budhoo, Natasha Portrag and Sumantha Pillay, making this is a perfect girls’ night out, or an opportunity for the guys to spoil their ladies. Continue reading

Head down to the Rhumbelow Theatre for ‘Elvis & Me – The Priscilla Story’

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Doug Weich will be celebrating the music of Elvis Presley at the Rhumbelow Theatres in Durban and ‘Maritzburg. Photo: Supplied

DOUG Weich and his eight-piece band, MSG, return to the Rhumbelow Theatre in Durban for Elvis & Me – The Priscilla Story from Friday, August 11 to Sunday, August 20.

The show, which will also be performed at the Rhumbelow Theatre in Pietermaritzburg on September 10, tells Elvis’ as seen through Priscilla’s eyes and gives an insight into the couple’s relationship, from when they first met until the day that Elvis died – August 16, 1977. Continue reading