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
Pictured here are professional dancers, Ryan Hammond and his new partner, Angelique Allison who will be performing this year in Shall We Dance at the Playhouse Opera.
AROUND 100 dancers will be strutting their stuff on the Playhouse Opera Theatre stage in Durban for the 25th season of Shall We Dance.
This glittering showcase of ballroom and Latin American dance runs from September 8 to 17 and features dancers from as young as eight years old. Continue reading
(Back from left) Deen Fredericks, Cate D’ffay, Matthew Phipps, Matthew Grosseh, Zakir Belim, Megan Heckler, Luke Veldtman, (front, from left) Nicolas Ackerman, Jaskaran Rajaruthnam and Sibu Ndlovu. Photo: Gareth Sedgbeer-Williams
A bustling weekend of fun family activities is planned for the annual Glenwood Community Festival which runs from Thursday, September 8 to Sunday, September 11. Continue reading
Don’t miss seeing Burn the Floor.
BEFORE there was Dirty Dancing… before there was Saturday Night Fever… before ballroom dancing became cool with reality TV, there was the real deal – the dancers tearing up the dance floor, in an “international style” competition since 1920.
International style competitions involve five Latin American dances and five classic ballroom dances. From this competition came a theatre production so fabulous, so hot that it’s called Burn the Floor.
Only the fanciest foot moves and tidiest twirls make it on this stage … and they’re coming the iZulu Theatre at the Sibaya Casino in Durban from June 8 to 19. Continue reading
Don’t miss Shall We Dance at the Playhouse.
Shall We Dance, Durban’s most popular dance showcase, celebrates its 23rd season this year at The Playhouse Opera Theatre from September 11 to 19. Continue reading