Your week­end what’s on guide

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THEUNS ON STAGE

Afrikaans singer Theuns Jor­daan will per­form at the Barn, 66 Blomme Av­enue, Green­bushes, on Fri­day at 7.30pm. Tick­ets are R150 (pre-booked) from West­way Tick­ets, 041369-5422 or 062-597-5657, and at out­lets in Uiten­hage and Des­patch, or R170 at the door. On Satur­day, Ruan Josh and Franja du Plessis will sing at the Barn at 8pm (doors open at 5pm for the rugby). Tick­ets R80 (pre-booked) or R100 at the door.

In­quiries: An­ton, 083-760-0609.

LIQ­UID LOUNGE

Akha, Chansa, Tap­pin Mas­tah, Muzero and Sb­hizo will play at Liq­uid Lounge in Par­lia­ment Street on Fri­day, and Chance the DJ will be on the decks on Satur­day, with a five-hour set start­ing at 8pm. R30 en­try on Fri­day and R30 be­fore 11pm on Satur­day.

In­quiries: Llewellyn Wil­liams, 081-449-1617, llewellyn­will1@gmail.com

BON­SAI MEET­ING

The EP Bon­sai So­ci­ety meets on Satur­day at the Sher­wood Gar­den Cen­tre in Walker Drive, at 1.45pm for 2pm. Bon­sai fundi Clifton Marais is the so­ci­ety’s guest and non-mem­bers are wel­come at R10, which in­cludes re­fresh­ments. In­quiries: Jenny Shute, 083-999-1058.

ARM­CHAIR GIG

Vet­eran Bay folk mu­si­cians Al Gillies, Ants Keogh, Moor­rees van Aarde and John Dicken will play in a new Arm­chair Ses­sions show at Art on Tar­get at 7 for 7.30pm on Satur­day, Novem­ber 10. Tick­ets are R80. Guests may bring their drinks. There will be food on sale. In­quiries: An­gela, 084-6235491 or BA, 083-728-5295.

BOOT SALE

Christ Church Lor­raine (at 44 Longwy Av­enue, Kamma Park) is hold­ing a car boot sale on Satur­day from 8am to 11am. All buy­ers and sell­ers are wel­come, and sell­ers pay R20. In­quiries: Cathy, 072-933-4450.

BIRD OUT­ING

Peter Hall will lead a bird watch­ing out­ing to Tankatara on Satur­day. Meet at Schultz’s, West Street, New­ton Park, at 6am. Petrol money is R50. In­quiries: Peter Hall, 041-581-5310.

GREEK CHURCH TOURS

The Hel­lenic Com­mu­nity of Port El­iz­a­beth will open the Greek Or­tho­dox Church in Conyn­ham Road un­til Sun­day to cel­e­brate its 60th an­niver­sary. There will be free church tours each day be­tween 11am and noon, and an ex­hi­bi­tion of the church’s his­tory in The Hel­lenic Hall.

In­quiries: Dimitri Paizis, 083-469-7233.

YOKHUSELO GALA

Yokhuselo Haven’s 30th An­niver­sary Cel­e­bra­tion is on Thurs­day Novem­ber 15, at the Hel­lenic Hall, with a Phan­tom of the Opera theme. Tick­ets are R350 for a three-course meal, en­ter­tain­ment, mu­sic and danc­ing, and Nicky Blume as speaker. Dress code is evening wear. RSVP by Fri­day Novem­ber 9.

In­quiries: Amelia John­son, 041-360-1539, 082-376-8492, e-mail: ameli­adj@telkomsa.net or Mi­randa Paul­son, 041-360-7705, 071-547-3805, mi­randa@paulsensa.co.za

JOFF PART TWO

● Part Two of When We Were There, an in­ti­mate live mu­si­cal per­for­mance by Joff, also known as Steven Carter, is at Remo’s Ital­ian restau­rant in Al­abaster Street, Baak­ens Val­ley, on Tues­day. Joff on vo­cals and gui­tar is joined by Bones (bass), Tom Collins (drums), James Collins (Synth), Jean du Toit (vo­cals) and Niko­laas du Plooy (cello). Tick­ets are R80 at www.webtick­ets.co.za. In­quiries: Joff, 079-316-3630 or visit the Steven Carter (Joff) Face­book page.

ART ON SHOW

● The GFI Art Gallery at 30 Park Drive is host­ing a solo ex­hi­bi­tion by Them­balethu Man­qun­yana, ti­tled Western African Ide­ol­ogy and in­spired by the work of Pi­casso and JeanMichel Basquiat, un­til Novem­ber 30.

In­quiries: 041-586-3973.

● The Kevin and Michal Abra­ham Off The Wall Ex­hi­bi­tion and silent auc­tion is at Art on Tar­get un­til Novem­ber 17. A por­tion of the pro­ceeds will go to the Union of Jewish Women. Hours are 9am to 5pm from Mon­day to Fri­day, and 9am to 1pm on Satur­day, at 2 Tar­get Kloof, Es­sex­vale.

In­quiries: BA, 083-728-5295, 041-373-3334 or e-mail on info@art­work.co.za

BAY STRINGS

The Bay Strings Trio present Franz Meets Robert on Sun­day at 5pm at the Bird Street NMU Au­di­to­rium. En­trance is free. In­quiries: 072-993-4746.

JAZZY SUN­DAY

Singer-song­writer Mar­iloe Booy­sen will per­form at Jazz’Afro at 5pm on Sun­day at the Opera House Barn. Tick­ets are R70 (R50 for pen­sion­ers). In­quiries: Cingiwe, e-mail: cingiwe.skosana@gmail.com, or Nomg­cobo Mk­ize, nomg­cobo mk­ize@gmail.com, or call 041-586-2256.

CHRIST­MAS SHOP PICS FOR CHOC

The Christ­mas Shop will host Fa­ther Christ­mas in the store at Bay­west Mall on Satur­day and Sun­day un­til the start of De­cem­ber from 10.30am to 3pm. The shop is at En­trance 3 Up­per level. Take your own photo for a do­na­tion to Choc chil­dren’s cancer char­ity.

In­quiries: Pauline, 082-4430389, pauline@thechrist­masshop.co.za

WALMER CRAFTS

The Walmer Christ­mas Craft Mar­ket opens at mid­day on Thurs­day Novem­ber 15 and con­tin­ues un­til Satur­day Novem­ber 17, at 2pm (7pm on Thurs­day and Fri­day). The mar­ket is at the Walmer Town Hall in Main Road and in­cludes a tea room.

In­quiries: Sheila Thysse, 082-970-0731.

BINGO DRIVE

St Fran­cis Xavier Church will have a fundrais­ing Bingo Drive on Satur­day at 2.30pm in Agate Road, Morn­ing­side. Tick­ets are R80 and re­fresh­ments will sold. In­quiries: Vereena, 072-4321019.

VIN­TAGE TEA

A Vin­tage High Tea in aid of the Al-Fi­daa School of Bak­ing will be held at the Tramways build­ing on Sun­day from 1.30 to 5pm. Guests in­clude Cariema Isaacs and Faaiza Omar, and Cape Town co­me­dian An­gel Cam­pey. Isaacs wrote Cook­ing for My Fa­ther in My Cape Malay Kitchen and Omar is co-owner of on­line patis­serie store and pas­try school The Stylish Baker.

For tick­ets at R300, email: reser­va­tions.sob@gmail.com. In­quiries: Adam, 041-4841288.

FLEA MAR­KET

The Protea Place of Safety is hold­ing a bazaar on Sun­day from 8am to 1pm at the cen­tre in Black­thorne Av­enue, in For­est Hill. In­quiries: Ian, 081-468-5077.

PARKRUNS

There are four parkruns in Port El­iz­a­beth: Ho­bie Beach, Lady Slip­per, Wells Es­tate and Sar­dinia Bay at 8am ev­ery Satur­day, all free and open to all. If you want a time, regis­ter for a bar­code at www.parkrun.co.za. The Ho­bie run starts at the palm tree next to Shark Rock Pier; Sar­dinia Bay is at the Grass Roof in Heron Road; Lady Slip­per is at Slip­per­fields, and Wells Es­tate is at St Ge­orge’s Strand. There are also runs in Jef­freys Bay and St Fran­cis Bay, with con­tact de­tails as fol­lows for the re­spec­tive runs: PE Ho­bie Beach:

pe­ho­biebea­chof­fice@parkrun.com; Sar­dinia Bay: sar­dini­abay of­fice@parkrun.com; Lady Slip­per: la­dys­lip­per­of­fice@parkrun.com; Wells Es­tate: wellses­ta­te­of­fice@parkrun.com; Jef­freys Bay: jef­freys­bay­of­fice@parkrun.com; St Fran­cis Bay:

stfran­cisof­fice@parkrun.com. In­quiries: Tammy El­lis, tammy.el­lis@parkrun.com

Pic­ture: GIL­LIAN McAINSH

HEALTHY LIFE­STYLE: Take part in one of four parkruns in Port El­iz­a­beth on Satur­day

THEUNS JOR­DAAN

WEZILE MGIBE

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