Talented Maritzburg and Midlands performers are set to dazzle at the Hilton Arts Festival

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Tim Redpath in Breasts – A Play About Men

GIVEN the current protests around gender-based violence and accusations of rampant sexism amongst male South Africans, Greig Coetzee’s Breasts – A Play about Men couldn’t be more relevant. Continue reading


Cat Simoni brings a touch of French flair to the Rhumbelow Theatre

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Cat Simoni

HOWICK singer Cat Simoni will be performing the music of Françoise Hardy at the Rhumbelow Theatre at the Allan Wilson Shellhole in Alan Paton Avenue, Pietermaritzburg at 2 pm and 6.30 pm on October 8.

Françoise Hardy, ooh la-la!, written and directed by Paul Spence, will also be staged at the Rhumbelow Theatre in Cunningham Avenue, Umbilo, Durban, at 8 pm on October 13; 8 pm on October 14 and at 2 pm and 6.30 pm on October 15. Continue reading

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


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. Continue reading

Cat Simoni and Paul Spence celebrate Bastille Day at Caversham Mill

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Midlands diva, Cat Simoni, will be performing fabulous Françoise Hardy pop hits like: Find Me A Boy, All Over The World, Catch A Falling Star, Only You Can Do It, In Another Place, This Little Heart, The Way Of Love and classic Jacques Brel songs: Brussels, Amsterdam, Carousel, Madeleine, The Bulls, Marieke Marieke and If We Only Have Love at Caversham Mill Restaurant in the KZN Midlands on Thursday, July 14.

Cat is back home after a decade of entertaining at London’s five star venues and exclusive clubs such as The Ritz, Dorchester, Carlton, Mayfair and Royal Automobile Club Berkeley. The show’s director, Paul Spence, performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon and at theatres from Vienna to Copenhagen, London to Tokyo .

Dinner will be served from 6.30pm. Tickets are R260 which  includes the meal but excludes drinks. Bookings: 033 234 4524 or 072 125 3392. Dress: French Flair!