Tash’s song, dance, comedy will have the feet a-stomping
ONCE again, unorthodox Jukebox will be performing at Tash’s Craft Bar at the Port Alfred small boat harbour, and will be singing some of your favourite songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s (and some you might have forgotten) to get you on your feet and dancing – or singing – along to familiar melodies.
The show, billed simply as Unorthodox Jukebox Volume 2, will take place next Saturday, starting at 7pm.
“I suggest you book in advance as the seats get taken pretty early,” said Rob Knowles, who sings and brings the comedy to the show. “We don’t want anyone to miss out. It’s going to be a great evening’s entertainment.”
“Tash’s is a great venue with some of the best pub-food ever,” said show producer and singer, Scott Harvey. “They have just installed a new lighting and sound system and the place looks good to go for the Easter weekend.”
This is Unorthodox Jukebox’s second appearance at Tash’s and, with the new stage, sound and lighting, is set to be a night to remember.
As well as Knowles and Harvey, the show also features dancers Melissa du Randt and Sasha Badenhorst.
“The girls bring a new and different energy to the show,” said Harvey. “We will have songs by Elvis, of course, but also the Everly Brothers, Gordon Lightfoot, Johnny Cash, Nancy Sinatra – and more. And Melissa is going to gift us with another song on the evening. It’s going to be great.
“And, to make things even better, there’s Tash’s burger and chips, a great Saturday night supper,” said Knowles. Guests can choose between a beef or chicken burger with chips and the meal is included in the ticket price of just R130. “Seriously guys, where else are you going to get a meal and a show on Easter Saturday for just R130? Better to call in at Tash’s and book your seats early to avoid disappointment.”
THEY’RE BACK: The guys and gals of Unorthodox Jukebox are back by popular demand and will be performing at Tash’s Craft Bar at the small boat harbour next Saturday. From back to front are Scott Harvey, Sasha Badenhorst, Rob Knowles and Melissa du Randt