WITH its mix of live music and vocals, gorgeous costumes and sensationally-sexy dancing, Burn The Floor, is currently the hottest ticket in town.
And this hugely-popular international franchise has plenty of local flavour thanks to singer, Lelo Ramasimong and her husband, Michael Ramasimong (better known by his stage name Mike Swaga), who plays the drums. Continue reading
THE world’s hottest ballroom spectacular, Burn the Floor, will be lighting up the iZulu Theatre at Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom, near Umhlanga, from Septenber 12 to 29. Continue reading
Three of the artists appearing in ‘The Bread, The Porridge and The Mix Masala’, pictured clockwise from back left: Thiru Reddy, Melanie Kisten and Bhavanie Kisten. Photo: Ryan B Photography
Join the Melanie Kisten Dance Academy as it celebrates 21 years in the entertainment industry with new comedy – The Bread, The Porridge and The Mix Masala. – at Sibaya Casino’s iZulu Theatre at 6 pm on Saturday, October 21 and 3 pm Sunday, October 22. Continue reading
Roelof Colyn (right) and newcomer James Smith will be performing in A Handful of Keys’ in Durban this November.
SOUTH Africa’s iconic piano show, A Handful of Keys, is coming to Durban and the producers are on the lookout for a new pianist to feature in the line-up.
As the show tours, they will be sourcing pianists in each region to guest star with Roelof Colyn and newcomer, James Smith – and they want you to join them in Durban this November. Continue reading
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
Maeshni Naicker stars in Clinton Marius’ latest show, ‘Salon Sue’. Photo: Val Adamson
IF there is a lesson to be learned from Clinton Marius’ latest solo show, Salon Sue, it’s that you should never judge a book by its cover, writes ESTELLE SINKINS. Continue reading
Maeshni Naicker as Salon Sue. Photo: Val Adamson
PUPULAR Durban radio, theatre and film star, Maeshni Naicker (Keeping Up With The Kandasamys, Broken Promises, Florida Road, Curse of Highway Sheila) makes her debut solo appearance in Salon Sue, a bubbly new comedy about hair stylists and their clients.
Written and directed by Clinton Marius, the play will be staged at Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre from July 28 to 30 Copy Dog Productions, the multi-award-winning company behind Lollipop Lane, B!*ch Stole My Doek and Mystic Twisters. Continue reading
Renowned magic-man and mentalist, Roy Zaltsman, will be in KwaZulu-Natal to “wow” audiences with his repertoire of magic, mentalism, mind reading and tricks of the mind. He will perform his show, Beyond Belief, at the iZulu Theatre at Sibaya Casino on April 14 and 15. Continue reading
The cast from Dingalings Productions is at it again. In their hilarious new show One for the Road, to be staged at Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre this month, the guys are on the way to a gig when their car breaks down.
While waiting for “roadside” assistance, they get up to their usual antics, relaying nostalgic stories and performing toe-tapping hits from yesteryear. Continue reading
Magic, mentalism and stand-up comedy collide in the new stage show, Masood and Marvellous Mentalist at Sibaya casino and Entertainment Kingdom this weekend.
The show, which stars mentalist and “hypnogician” Troye (above left) and comedian Masood Boomgaard (above right), takes place at Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre on 3, 4 and 5 March. Continue reading