Danc­ing hits Westville Boys High

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Elec­tro 2k17.

St. John’s School. New Eng­land Road, Scottsville, PMB. Neon dance party fea­tur­ing Dj Amigo, LA Ice, to name a few. To­day at 6.30pm, R100. webtick­ets. co.za

Solomon Willy Trio.

Sound Café. Warne House, 5 Gar­licke Drive, Bal­lito. To­day at 7pm, R50 gen­eral en­trance, R200 VIP, email info@sound­cafe.co.za for book­ings or book on­line at www. sound­cafe.co.za

Berea Bowl­ing Club Blues. Mon­days.

Play bowls from 4pm. Mu­sic from 6pm – 9 pm. Call 082 499 8636.

Soul Sun­day Ses­sions.

BELLYFu­sion, with dance stu­dios based in Westville, Berea, Kloof and Hill­crest are show­cas­ing their much an­tic­i­pated an­nual Show at the Roy Couzens Theatre, Westville Boys High on Satur­day 21 Oc­to­ber at 6.30pm. This year Ali­son Oosthuizen (Stu­dio Di­rec­tor) has cho­sen an en­vi­ron­men­tal theme for her show, high­light­ing not only the beauty of Mother Earth but also bring­ing at­ten­tion to the ram­pant land and air pol­lu­tion of our beau­ti­ful planet. The Show is called “What a Won­der­ful World” and is ded­i­cated to all the “Eco War­riors” who have de­voted their lives to sav­ing our Won­der­ful World. There will be 40 dancers (am­a­teur and pro­fes­sional) show cas­ing a North­wood Cru­saders Sports Club. Vic­to­ria Raw, a four-piece known for its sig­na­ture blend of neo-soul, pop and jazz will be per­form­ing. Noon. Call 031 563 0824.

Philip Richardson.

Dur­ban Jewish Cen­tre. Friends of Mu­sic con­cert stars vis­it­ing pi­anist Philip Richardson in a pro­gramme that in­cludes Chopin and Schu­bert. Oc­to­ber 17 at 7.30pm. Tick­ets, R80 mem­bers, R100 non-mem­bers. Call 031 335 4460.

Jazz Drum show­case.

The Cen­tre for Jazz and Pop­u­lar Mu­sic, UKZN. The drum­mers will be pre­sent­ing mu­sic that in­clude pieces from the stu­dents’ exam reper­toire, and reper­toire from SA leg­ends like Bheki Mse­leku and other gen­res which range in style from be­bop to con­tem­po­rary fu­sion. Other items will be the stu­dents’ com­po­si­tions. Oc­to­ber 18, 6p. R70 for gen­eral ad­mis­sion, R45 pen­sion­ers, R20 stu­dents. Call 031 260 3385. va­ri­ety of dance gen­res and will in­clude some su­perb guests artists. Pic­tured are Ki­mona Kis­ten; Carla-Jane Christie; Ja­vani Kis­ten; Nicole Jar­rett; Lau­ren Straker in the back row and in the front row are Me­gan Oosthuizen; Psypher Mthembu and Sam Eades.

Each year a por­tion of the pro­ceeds are do­nated to a wor­thy cause and this year BellyFu­sion

KZNPO World Sym­phony Se­ries Fes­ti­val.

Dur­ban City Hall. In­ter­na­tional soloists, pop­u­lar South African artists and a mix of com­posers will form part of the of­fer­ing for the four-week sea­son. Oc­to­ber 19 to Novem­ber 16. 7.30pm. R30 - R230. Com­puticket.

Zoe ‘the Seed’.

The Jazzy Rain­bow, Morn­ing­side. Swaz­i­born vo­cal­ist and song­writer Zoe Ma­suku. Her writ­ing is in­flu­enced by every­day ex­pe­rien

In Bloom, group ex­hi­bi­tion by Ja. Magazine. Fea­tur­ing a range of works from the pub­li­ca­tion’s past and present con­trib­u­tors. Runs un­til Oc­to­ber 15. PPC Imag­i­nar­ium Fi­nal­ists. View the works cre­ated from scratch. From a pair of con­crete sun­glasses to a dress made of ce­ment, the ex­hi­bi­tion will fea­ture a di­verse range will be do­nat­ing a por­tion of their funds to Up­per High­way Air, an NGO whose mis­sion is to re­gain the once fresh air en­joyed in the Up­per High­way re­gion of Dur­ban KwaZulu-Natal.

Tick­ets are R90 for adults and R60 for un­der 12’s and are avail­able from Ali­son on 0828240908 or email ali­son@ bellyfu­sion.co.za.

of in­no­va­tive and thought­pro­vok­ing con­crete pieces across the dis­ci­plines of sculp­ture, jew­ellery, fash­ion, in­dus­trial de­sign and film. Un­til Oc­to­ber 15. Call 083 384 3660.

Tatham Art Gallery:

Cel­e­brat­ing South African women artists in the main gallery un­til Oc­to­ber 29. Call 033 392 2801.

De­fend­ing the Cave­man El­iz­a­beth Sned­don Theatre.

Cave­man still holds the record for the long­est-run­ning non-mu­si­cal solo com­edy on Broad­way. The show ex­poses the hunter-gath­erer in us all. Un­til Oc­to­ber 14, 7.30pm and Sun­day 3pm. Tick­ets range from R140 to R180. Com­puticket.

Be­hind The Noise – Kloof. Rhum­be­low Theatre, Tina’s.

Per­form­ing some clas­sic tunes,

Never-end­ing Com­edy Train De­part Dur­ban Sta­tion.

All aboard the com­edy train to Pietermaritzburg and back with Dar­ren Maule and 10 of his comedic friends for an un­for­get­table trip on the Com­edy Train! Ocot­ber 14, 1pm, R450. Com­puticket.

Crazy Funny Golden Horse Con­fer­ence Cen­tre. Three Men­tal health walk. Free Tax Ac­count­ing and Le­gal Ad­vice.

of the coun­try’s fun­ni­est and most-loved co­me­di­ans de­liver 90-min­utes of non-stop com­edy en­ter­tain­ment. Oc­to­ber 14, 8pm, R120. Com­puticket.

Snow White – Mir­ror Mir­ror Play­house Drama Theatre.

The story is por­trayed through bal­let, con­tem­po­rary, hip hop and tap dance. Oc­to­ber 14, 2pm and 6pm, R140. Com­puticket.

Night of 1000 draw­ings Vega School.

La Lu­cia. All art­works will be auc­tioned, pro­ceeds go­ing to grants for un­der­priv­i­leged stu­dents and art char­i­ties. To­day at 6pm, call 031 569 1415.

North Beach am­phithe­atre, op­po­site Elan­geni Ho­tel. Oc­to­ber 15, 9am. Free health screen­ings and ad­vice un­til noon. Call 031 242 6180.

Cal­lig­ra­phy Classes for adults.

Mon­day af­ter­noon, evening or Satur­day af­ter­noon. Classes held in Dur­ban North. Be­gin­ners, more ad­vanced and left-han­ders wel­come. Call 083 443 4003.

Phoenix Plaza. Ocot­ber 14, 9am-5pm. Call 031 207 3381.

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