KZN’S BEST LIST OF WHAT’S ON
Compiled by Sandhip Sing. Send your listings to Sunday Magazine, Box 47549, Greyville, 4023, fax 031 308 2357 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org by the Monday before publication.
Botha’s Hill Market. Old Main Road opposite the Fainting Goat, near Kearsney College. 10am to 3pm.
Call 083 564 3335.
Berea Rovers Market. 73 Jacko Jackson Drive. Arts, craft, food and a pub on site. 10am to 4pm.
Call 081 370 7577.
The Golden Hours Family Market. Uitsig Road, Durban North.
10am to 3.30pm. Call 083 262 3693. Greyville Car Boot & 2nd Hand Clothing Market. First Avenue.
9am to 3pm. Call 083 300 2999.
The Morning Trade. 5 Station Drive, off umgeni Road. Artisan produce. 8am to 1pm. Visit www.themorningtrade.co.za. The Stables Market. 9 Jacko Jackson Drive, Stamford Hill,10am to 5pm.
Call 031 312 3058.
Essenwood Plan B Market. Arts and crafts. Saturdays. Berea Park, 9am to 2pm. Call 081 370 7577.
Fragrance Street Market. Opposite RK Khan Hospital, Chatsworth. Wednesdays to Saturdays, 9am to
5pm. Sundays,10am to 4pm.
Call 072 638 94.
Headway Natal Market. 11 Menston Road, Westville. First Wednesday of every month. 9.30am to12.30pm.
Call 031 266 2709.
Hillcrest Rotary’s Car Boot Sale. Crooked Lane. First Saturday of the month, 7am to 10am.
Call 079 982 9034.
Kloof and Highway SPCA Market.
29 Village Road. Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 8am to noon. Last Sunday of the month, 8.30am to 12.30pm. Call 031 764 1212. Queensburgh Cheshire Home. Second-hand goods and books, plants and a tea garden. 890 Main Road, Moseley. Tuesday and Friday, 8.30am to 12.30pm. Call 031 708 4747. Shongweni Market. 457 MR551 Road. Saturdays, 6.30am to 11.30pm.
Call 083 777 1674.
The Stables Lifestyle Market. Wednesday and Friday, 6pm to 10pm. Call 031 312 3058.
Tinley Manor Market. Country market. Dolphin Coast (Ballito). Saturdays, 7am to 1pm. Call 083 252 6787. umhlanga Farmers’ Market.
Autumn Drive, Prestondale, umhlanga Ridge. Wednesdays, 9am to noon.
Call 074 445 6186.
Victoria Street Market: Corner Queen and Victoria streets. Monday-saturday, 8am-6pm, and Sunday, 10am-4pm. Call 031 306 4021.
Umhlanga Antique Fair. Antiques, vintage collectables, jewellery, books, silver, brass, glassware and ceramics. Umhlanga Centre, 138 Ridge Road. November 19, 9am-2pm. Call
084 548 0366.
Sugar Rush Market. Organic produce and handmade products.sugar
Rush Park. Esenembi Road, Ballito. Coincides with park run which starts at 8am. November 19, 7.30am-noon,
Call 079 528 4665.
African Drumshack Entertainment. Family drumming. Stables Lifestyle Market. 9 Jacko Jackson Drive. Sundays, 3pm to 4pm. Adults R85; under 12s, R50; and under twos, free. Call 083 704 4879.
Wahooz! ushaka Marine World. Noon to 4pm. Free. Call 031 328 8000. Emoyeni Country Lodge. Live bands. Camperdown. Sundays, noon to 2pm. Call 082 652 6018.
New York Restaurant and Bar.
Deep house music. 101 Innes Road, Morningside, 2pm. Free.
Call 031 312 9605.
Sunday Jazz Sundowers. Natalie Rungan, singer and song writer. Bat Centre. Today (November 12) at 3pm till late. Call 031 322 0451.
Music Unlimited. Murphy. Stamford Hill Bowling Club, Greyville. Saturdays from 2pm. Call 073 584 0258.
Berea Bowling Club Blues. Play bowls from 4pm on Mondays. Music, 6pm to 9pm. R50 entry. Call 082 499 8636. Jazzy Lunch. Café Saint Germain, Alliance Française, 22 Sutton Crescent, Windermere. Saturday, noon to 2pm. Call 031 312 9582.
Roberta Reddy. Pianist. Coastlands Musgrave, on Saturday, 7pm to 10pm; Call 082 321 2698.
The Oyster Box Hotel: Live music on the ocean terrace. Saturday and Sunday, 2.30pm to 5pm.
Call 082 321 2698.
Rich Ellis Drum Circle: Habesha Café, Davenport Road. Wednesdays, 7pm to 9pm. R30. R10 drum hire.
Call 079 582 7266.
KZNPO World Symphony Series Festival. International soloists, South African artists and a mix of composers for the four-week season. Durban City Hall until Thursday, 7.30pm. R30-R230. Computicket.
Melodies of a talented jazz guitar duo live at Sound Café. (Warne House , 5 Garlicke Drive Ballito) Nick Pitman and Josh Swanson are the two guitarists, both studying music at Kwazulunatal University (UKZN) and have been playing together for two years. (November 17) Friday, 7pm, R50. e-mail email@example.com for bookings. Yusuf (also known as Cat Stevens). British singer-songwriting legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Durban ICC. November 15, 7pm, R450 - R1,200, computicket.
Piano and Clarinet Duo. Joanna Wicherek (piano) and Tiaan Uys (clarinet). Programme: Eugène Bozza, Fantasie Italienne, Jacek Grudzie
Wiatr od morza to name a few. The Prelude Performer at this concert will be Lungelo Hlophe (tenor) from Lihlithemba High School who won second prize at the recent Grandi Tenori schools Opera singing competition. Durban Jewish Centre, 44 KE
Masinga (Old Fort) Road. Tuesday, November 14, R80 (members), R100 (non-members), R20 (students). firstname.lastname@example.org Weekend Songs. A song cycle by Beethoven will be performed
(to the distant beloved) and some songs by Franz Schubert such as Ave Maria. On top of these is a collection of songs by a local composer (Mzamo) called Great & Brave Women in the Bible for a mezzo-soprano and a piano and lastly; a string quartet named Imbali Eqhakazayo. The Bat Centre, Saturday, November18, 6pm, R60R130. webtickets.co.za
Riley Giandhari Trio live in Concert. The Riley G trio will play a mixture of jazz standards and some of his compositions. Saturday, November 18, 7pm, R40. Call 031 303 8398
Afro Summer All White Picnic. This is an annual event by Go Bigg and Afrotainment where they launch their albums before the December holidays. Expect DJS, performing artists, beer halls and food stalls. Ezakheni Park, Ladysmith. November 19, 1pm, R90R300. Computicket.
ARTSPACE. Voodoo Womxn. Katokira’s work on show includes ink and watercolour illustrations, large-scale abstract and pop-art pieces, ceramics, embroidery and more. An eclectic, visual feast of works served by this self-taught artist who, after a stint in London, is back in Kwazulu-natal. Until November 23. Call 031 312 0793.
Blue Caterpillar Gallery. Investment art from William Kentridge and Didier Lourenco, an international artist from Spain, as well as local artists Nicola Crawford and Dianne van Wyk.
Until the end of November.
Call 033 387 1356.
Elizabeth Gordon Gallery. Paintings by Renee Leslie. Call 031 303 8133. Green Gallery: New artworks by
Marion Townsend, Coral Spencer, Penny Meakin, Rob Domijon and
Norma Wiles Flanders Mall, Mount Edgecombe.
Call 031 502 2757.
Buzz Art. theme this year is SEA CHANGE and sea-, beach- surf- and harbour-related products and art will be curated into an installation in the Mezzanine Gallery. From November 16 onward. DUT Fine Art & Jewellry Design graduate exhibition. Ends today. Call 083 384 3660.
Phansi Museum: Dr M Shezi’s Myths Magic and Mermaids, 500 Esther Roberts Road, Glenwood. Ends November 19. Call 031 206 2889. Trailing the Trappists. A collective of 16 Durban artists. The exhibition will include photographs, paintings and multimedia artworks. St Anne’s Hall, Mariannhill. Ends tomorrow. For more information, visit the Facebook page, Trailing the Trappists.