week­end what’s on guide

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THREE male singers who cut their teeth on SA Idols – Bevin Sa­muels, Loy­iso Gi­jana and Kee­gan Martin – will sing at the Board­walk Am­phithe­atre tonight at 7pm. Tick­ets at R100, and R150 for VIP seats, from Com­puticket.


DUE to heavy rains fore­cast for to­mor­row, beach clean-ups have been resched­uled as fol­lows:

Kings Beach: meet to­mor­row at 9.30am next to the life­sav­ing club. Bring hats and sun­screen, but gloves and rub­bish bags will be pro­vided.

Sar­dinia Bay: meet on Septem­ber 30 at 8am at the parking lot. Gloves and bags will be pro­vided. In­quiries: Kelly Leven­dal, 084-982-0285.

Blue­wa­ter Bay: meet on Sun­day at 11am at the swim­ming beach at the bot­tom of Wein­ronk Way. Bags will be pro­vided but bring gloves. In­quiries: Jenny Rump, 082-853-0700.

Blue Hori­zon Bay: meet to­mor­row at 9am at the car park. Bring bags and gloves.

Cape Re­cife: meet on Sun­day at 10am at the light­house. Bring your own bags and gloves. In­quiries: Raggy Charters, 073-152-2277.

Seav­iew: meet on Sun­day at 10am at the taxi ter­mi­nus (from Kini Bay di­rec­tion) in front of the first houses. Bring bags and gloves. In­quiries: Lloyd Ed­wards, 084-552-2277.

Mait­lands beach: meet on Sun­day at 10am at the car park. Bring your own bags and gloves. In­quiries: Lorien Pichegru, 078-844-3863.

Schoen­mark­er­skop: meet on Sun­day at 10am at the can­non. Bring bags and gloves. In­quiries: Krag Lowry, 083-290-0414.


JOIN Gita Loosz and Gail Vorster for a cook­ing demon­stra­tion of four ve­gan dishes from 2pm to­mor­row at 8 Dan Pien­aar Street, Glendin­ning­vale. The ad­mis­sion fee of R150 cov­ers a four-course meal. In­quiries: Gita, 082-710-0175. Book at gi­taloosz1@gmail.com


THE St John’s Methodist Church in Central presents The Out Of The Box Ex­pe­ri­ence at the Athenaeum Lit­tle Theatre to­mor­row at 6pm. Mu­si­cian Bule­lani Koyo will be the main artist, fol­lowed by choirs from St John’s. En­try is R120. In­quiries: (041) 503-8400.


THE EP Clivia Club will hold its an­nual clivia show at the Sher­wood Gar­den Cen­tre to­mor­row from 9am to 4pm and on Sun­day from 9am to 2pm. En­try is R10. In­quiries: Dawid Botha, 082-497-8304.


NEW Brighton band Clique Claq will per­form at Posh Lounge, 99 Par­lia­ment Street, Central, on Sun­day at 3pm. Dou­ble tick­ets cost R50 and R30 for sin­gles. Au­di­ences can ex­pect a blend of sounds in­clud­ing rock, jazz, reg­gae, afro-pop and African rhythms. In­quiries: Thokozile Makamba, 063-312-2731 or 079-882-2232.


GOSPEL artist Zuk­ile Mat­shaya’s CD launch is at the Veeplaas hall on Sun­day from 1pm. Tick­ets cost R50. In­quiries: 073-776-9956.


THE But­ter­fly Ef­fect Project presents the Break The Si­lence Char­ity Bandslam fea­tur­ing per­for­mances by In­ner­drive, Prince­less So­ci­ety and other lo­cal bands from 5pm to­mor­row at the Mu­sic Kitchen. The evening is in aid of the MTR Smit Chil­dren’s Haven. Tick­ets will be avail­able at the door for R40. In­quiries: 073-270-1115.


THE Vic­tory Kids Car­ni­val and Fair will be held to­mor­row at Londt Park Sports Club from 9am to 5pm. Food stalls and kids’ games will be avail­able. In­quiries: 078 608 7877


COLOURS of You is host­ing a Cre­ative Con­nect ex­hi­bi­tion on Sun­day at the Tramways build­ing from 3pm to 7pm. Cre­ative Con­nect aims to con­nect Nel­son Man­dela Bay’s cre­ative com­mu­nity with each other and with in­dus­try ex­perts and to cel­e­brate the cre­ative scene through port­fo­lio ex­hi­bi­tions. Boom­town man­ag­ing di­rec­tor An­drew Macken­zie will give a talk. En­trance is free. In­quiries: colour­so­fy­ousa@gmail.com


EN­JOY Bad Dat­ing Stories Chap­ter 1, a night of com­edy sto­ry­telling around the highs and lows of the mod­ern dat­ing scene, cu­rated by John Lombardo, at 33 Chapel Street on Mon­day at 7pm. En­try is R30. The bar will be open un­til 10.30pm. In­quiries: 076-174-2927.


THE cock­tail fi­nale of the Women of Worth Men­tor­ing Pro­gramme will be held at the Tramways build­ing on Tues­day. Tick­ets are R200 each for the evening, which starts at 6pm. This in­cludes snacks and a glass of sparkling wine. There­after soft drinks will be on sale. The dress code is “cock­tail fab­u­lous”. In­quiries: Wendy, wendy@kamva.net


THE PE Mu­sic So­ci­ety presents a Spring Soiree on Tues­day in the Nel­son Man­dela Univer­sity south cam­pus au­di­to­rium by NMU staff and se­nior stu­dents. The con­cert starts at 7.30pm and is free for so­ci­ety mem­bers. For non-mem­bers, the tick­ets are R85 for adults, R70 for pen­sion­ers, R35 for stu­dents and R30 for school pupils. Tick­ets are avail­able on the night at the door. In­quiries: Erika Bothma, (041) 504-2974 or Theresa Cun­liffe, (041) 504-2250.


THE GFI Gallery in Park Drive is host­ing a col­lec­tive ex­hi­bi­tion un­til Oc­to­ber 10. Por­traits, land­scapes and ob­jects by Jonathan Sil­ver­man, Jaco Be­nade and Joanne Reen are on show. The gallery is open from 10am un­til 4pm on week­days and from 10am un­til 1pm on Satur­days and re­li­gious holidays. In­quiries: Robyn Shar­wood, (041) 586-3973.


THE Thou­sand Sen­sa­tions Craft Beer, Spir­its and Food Fes­ti­val re­turns to The Wilder­ness Ho­tel near Ge­orge this week­end. Forty craft brew­ers will show­case more than 170 hand­crafted beers and ciders. A shuttle ser­vice will run be­tween the restau­rant and the Wilder­ness Ho­tel. En­try is R90 per day, and in­cludes a 340ml tast­ing glass and 500ml of craft beer. In­quiries: Alewijn Dip­pe­naar, 082-457-5675.


THE St Ge­orge’s Prepara­tory School opens the Cel­e­brat­ing the Arts ex­hi­bi­tion at the school’s Jan Im­mel­man Hall on Tues­day at 6pm. Ex­hi­bi­tion hours there­after are 10am to 5pm daily un­til Sun­day. In­quiries: (041) 585-4825, mar­ket­ing@stge­orges.co.za

MAIN ACT: Bule­lani Koyo will be the main artist at ‘The Out of The Box Ex­pe­ri­ence’ to­mor­row at the Athenaeum

IDOL EX­PE­RI­ENCE: Former ‘Idols SA’ con­tes­tants, from left, Bevin Sa­muels, Kee­gan Martin and Loy­iso Gi­jana per­form at the Board­walk tonight

CHEERS CHAPS: Beer mer­chant Luke Meir­ing is all set for this week­end’s fourth Thou­sand Sen­sa­tions Craft Beer, Spir­its and Food Fes­ti­val in Wilder­ness

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