weekend what’s on guide
‘IDOLS’ THREE AT BOARDWALK
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.
VEGAN COOKING DEMO
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 email@example.com
‘OUT OF THE BOX’ AT ATHENAEUM
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.
CLIQUE CLAQ AT POSH
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.
BANDSLAM FOR MTR SMIT KIDS
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘BAD DATING’ LAUGHS
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.
WOMEN OF WORTH
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, email@example.com
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.
FORTY BREWERS ON TAP
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.
CELEBRATING THE ARTS
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, firstname.lastname@example.org
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