Dancing hits Westville Boys High
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 email@example.com 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.
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.