Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Daisies 2014

Rocking in Darling 

No one can disagree with me; Rocking the Daisies is a pretty festival. It's a gigantic fair of colourful stalls, bright lights, green fields and perfectly dressed girls and boys. Weeks before the actual festival I scan my feed on instagram and find photo after photo of "festival prep". This includes taking pictures of newly bought flower crowns, kimonos and aztec croptops as well as selfies in liquor stores with cases of beer, vodka and tequila. It's a festival of music, fashion, brands and beautiful people.

We arrived early the Friday afternoon excited to see some bands, but got greeted by a very tight ticketing system. A promising idea that screwed thousands of festival goers in the ass when they arrived at the gates of Daisies. My heart sank like a stone, bitter and cold, in my shoes when I saw the que at the entrance. WHAT ON EARTH!? They sold over 21000 tickets and literally had one tent at the entrance to stuff eyeryone through. We waited and waited and then waited some more for 3 and a half hours and eventually arrived on the inside of Cape Town's extra large music and lifestyle jamboree.

I was never in my life so confused at a festival when I entered the gates. It was utter chaos – Girls with broken flower crowns crying over their phones to boyfriends and friends still in the que, a guy struggling to carry what looked like his entire Camp's Bay mansion and people screaming to friends through the gates to “push to the front, every one is doing it”. It wasn't the perfect start to our festival, but at least we could set up camp and open a cold beer after all the ruckus and commotion.

We were some of the unfortunate campers to set up our tent in the middle of someone's “circle of trust”. Sorry, to everyone involved, but we literally had no idea that these two tents were camping buddies with those two tents 5 meters further? But like true happy campers we made a few fake friends and had them falsely swore that we could stay for the rest of the festival.

Once inside, you are guaranteed a fun time at Daisies no matter what, there is so much to do for everyone. If you're not a dam sitter (someone who sits at the dam), then you can go to the Main Stage for some rock. Or if you're not in the mood to be green, you can skip the Green Village and go get your dose of strobe lights and beats per minute at the Electro Dome. This year everything was bigger at Daisies; Just think of that Electro Dome. It was like a giant hippopotamus that swallowed you whole every time you stepped inside with the sound and lighting enveloping you feet first.

Francois van Coke, Arno Carstens and friends collaborated on Friday and it was the first act we watched on the Main Stage. It was a fun mix of  their most popular songs. I was a little surprised at the large crowd the act pulled, but I felt content by the fact that rock was still very alive in Cape Town.

Shortly after, The Black Cat Bones were on the Main Stage, giving a fantastic show to a seemingly smaller crowd. These guys give local rock music a good name; they are loud and rock solid and from where we were watching them in the Peter Stuyvesant chill out lounge (I know not very rock n roll of us), they showed why they were one of SA's best live acts.

Later, we strolled off to the Electro Dome to catch Das Kapital. This guy has a huge following, so large that it filled the entire dome and spilled out onto the grass where everyone hopped around to the beats; high on  life or something. 

Saturday we woke up early not to find music or food, but much needed shade. Instead of waking up fresh as a daisy, we felt pretty much like most girls' morning-after squashed flower crowns. Saturday officially marked the beginning of my summer; it was almost unbearably hot. So, I don't blame the girls walking around in denim shorts looking more like belts than pants and tops that displayed more nipple than fabric - C'mon it was hot!

In the daylight I could figure out more what the organisers tried with the layout. I must admit, it was something to get used to. Numerous times I tried to go this way only to be told I had to go that way. The layout seemed a bit unnatural with the different stages a bit too close to each other and sound genres flooding into one another, though it didn't bother once in front of a specific stage.

The food court was festival heaven (even though we only bought calamari and chips at the one stall the entire weekend). Normally at a festival I don't bother with having hummus on the side of my vegan sandwich, but for those that do, it was reload paradise with pretty much the hippest of hipster stalls filling the court.

It was literally too hot to watch bands on Saturday, because there were no shade at the Main Stage! So, we were forced to skip some early afternoon acts and spend time at the crowded beach bar. This bar/stage was a haven for super troopers that just needed an aztec printed vest, a fake beach, beats that made them see stars and a toxic mix in a squeezy bottle. We tried hanging out for as long as we could, but after being offered a 'party in a pack' in a little bag, we escaped the banks of Daisy Shore. 

We met some cool people at the Hemp Stage and decided to chill there for the rest of the afternoon with cool bands and good company. Wolftown was a personal favourite, but also the reason why I solidly crashed on some neon stalls' incredible beanbags shortly after their set (thanks guys!).

The rest of Saturday was a bit of a blur with getting a bit dagdronk while watching the rugby and missioning around in search of shade, but at last the night crept over us and brought excitement for the international headliners.

Like many others I most looked forward to MGMT's live performance, luckily I have been watching live shows of their Coachella and Glastonbury performances, so I had an idea of what was to come - A glorious show of sweet nothingness. Yes, they didn't even try to interact with the crowd a little bit and the thousands of hopefuls suddenly and rudely came off from whatever they were on. To me, on the other hand, it was brilliantly weird - This psychedelic pop-rock band that had the strangest visuals if nothing else. We stayed for the whole set as we laid on our backs wondering into the countryside stars.

Rudimentals graced the unamused crowd a while later and gave them what they wanted; a energetic, full performance that many regard as the best live act of the entire festival. I'm just glad I saw more international acts.

Daisies reached its peak on Sunday with thousands flocking to the dam to find beats, a tan and good times. I, on the other hand, found shade in the Savana Lemon Tree Theatre with some of SA's best comedians. A festival is not a festival without a session of good comedy (mostly about white privileged people hanging at Daisies). 

The festival came to a not so beautiful stand still the second we wanted to leave; we sat in the que for 2 hours again trying to leave. Luckily the good times made up for the bad and with the memories of RTD2014 still fresh in our minds, we could bear it, so no hard feelings, Daisies!

This year Daisies brought out the big guns, in my opinion they were not quite ready for the thousands, but they gave it a good go anyway. There were clean portaloos (thank you, thank you to the cleaners that literally clean up behind us while we partied!), decent bars, friendly oraganisers and enough free stuff to fill your entire boot (thanks brands!). 

Time and again people told me how I should write something about the water situation. Yes, it was a situation – a very dry one. I fully understand the organisers point in that they have never sold water at the festival and that they are trying to create awareness, but this green idea is a bit far fetched when temperatures go up to 35. This might work for a festival of 10000, but when you double in numbers, there must be a better way to deal with this. Can we swop old clothes for a 2l water, can we have more outside showers only to cool off under for a minute or two, ask festival goers to bring their own 5L waters or ice and can we please have shade at the Main Stage?

On the other hand there is absolutely no reason to complain about the way the festival looked on Saturday - There were more than enough bins and awareness created around this matter; I saw cleaners picking up trash just before 11 on Saturday night, for goodness sake! The litter you saw in the campsite and in the entertainment area, came out of your bag, that's your trash. Daisies is doing a good job in cleaning up, it's the festival goers that's making the job so difficult!

Daisies can proud themselves in the fact that they created a super fest with world class facilities. Off course it had hiccups, but in time it will sort itself out. The festival turns 10 next year and is fast becoming Oppikoppi's branded little sister.

I think RTD2015 is going to be an interesting one...

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Monday, 20 October 2014

Up the Creek 2015

Jägermeister presents Up the Creek 2015

29 January1 February 2015

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a staunch oke, a trance tripper, 
a hip hipster or a hip hop head.
It doesn’t even matter if you’re a zombie robot.

At Up The Creek everyone comes together.
No VIP nonsense. No pretence. No cliques.
Just a beautiful river. Three epic stages.
Thirty awesome live bands and our country’s coolest comedy acts

Creekers, we know that you are rambunctiously excited to know which bands will be playing at Jagermeister presents Up the Creek 2015! Bring out the whifflers to clear the path; come closer; hear hear! Round up your friends who suffer from Deipnophobia because their mother-in-laws wear Winklepickers; wake the fudgelling folk and phone your nearest and dearest friends; your annual weekend of sheer joyful abandon at the Breede River awaits!  

The good news is that none of our stages will be overlapping, so you will not be subject to spaghettification – that is, “the process by which you would be stretched and ripped apart by such gravitational forces.” Shame on those quomodocunquizing clusterfists that put up callithumpian parades to discombobulate the audience. What a waste! Do it properly we say!

With no further ado then dear folk, herewith the first band confirmations of our fabulous 2015 line up:
Zebra & Giraffe, Shortstraw, aKING, Bye Beneco, Al Bairre, The Black Cat Bones, Taxi Violence, Red Huxley, Manouche, December Streets, Hot Water, Piet Botha, Grassy Spark, Kite Rider, The Kiffness and Diamond ThugWe know. Habromania right?
That is why we will give you a breather before we announce more bands  in October!

 Sedgwick Old Brown Food Court

Once again Sedgwicks Old Brown are sharing the warmth and creating a food court like no other. Under their Bedouin you’ll be privy to a comfort and vibe as only Sedgwicks can share.The Cape Town food trucks contingent are journeying up to the Creek to bring you the widest range of delicious food. And in true Sedwicks style it just keeps getting better, your breakfast will be accompanied by live music next year and giveaways will be a plenty. Groking won’t be accepted (when is it ever!?) but you can absolutely bibble away to your hearts` content.

Heartbreak Motel:

If you want to rock out in a little more comfort, then the Heartbreak Motel is for you. There are two options of pre-pitched tents, hot showers, toilets, buffet breakfast and other luxuries.                                                    
Graceland Tent: R3350 for two (Thurs-Sun)     
Cadillac Tent: R2750 for two (Thurs-Sun)                                                                                    
For more info and bookings go to:Heartbreak Motel

Ticket sales are open: R750.00 at NUTICKETS - Tickets are for whole weekend access only (arrive any day Thurs – Sun).
We will keep next year’s festival the same comfortable size you’ve come to love, however unfortunately no under 18`s at Up the Creek 2015.

Facebook: Facebook                                                      
Twitter:      @Upthe_Creek
Website:   Up The Creek

Come as you are dear Creeker: baimaidens, benedicks, gaberlunzies, baffonas, funambulists, play play widgeons - all welcome!

Here’s page 2 of our always growing Up The Creek dictionary:

Rambunctious - adj. Uncontrollably exuberant.
Whiffler – noun. Somebody who walks in front of you through a crowd, waving a chain or an
                            axe in order to clear your path.
Fudgel – verb. Pretending to work when you're not actually doing anything at all. 
Deipnophobia –noun. The morbid fear of dinner parties especially when the in-laws are
Winklepicker –noun. Style of shoe or boot in the 1950s with a sharp and long pointed toe.
Quomodocunquizing – verb. "To make money in any possible way.” It's been used in 1652
                                                  by Thomas Urquhart, who wrote: Those quomodocunquizing
                                                  clusterfists and rapacious varlets.
Callithumpian – noun. Refers to a band of discordant instruments or a noisy parade.
Discombobulate – verb. To confuse.
Habromania – noun. Extreme euphoria.
Groke – adv. To look at somebody while they're eating in the hope that they'll give you some
                      of their food.
Bibble – adv. To eat and/or drink noisily.
Benedick – noun. A newly married husband, especially one formerly a confirmed bachelor.
Gaberlunzie – noun. A wanderer.
Baimaiden – noun. A female underground miner.
Baffona –noun. A woman with a slight moustache.
Funambulist – noun. A tightrope walker.
Widgeon - noun. Freshwater ducks with light crowns.

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Thursday, 16 October 2014



Two more international producers and another local talent added to the lineup

Sónar Cape Town and presenting partner Olmeca Tequila have been hard at work securing more top international and local names for this year’s highly anticipated Cape Town event. While the lineup already includes international artists 2manydjs (DJ Set), The Bloody Beetroots (Live), Jon Hopkins and a host of South Africa’s best local talent, the team is excited to announce the addition of the phenomenal Ten Walls, UZ and Sir Vincent.

With less than two years on the circuit and just three EP’s to his name, Ten Walls has already become a force within electronic music circles. ‘Gotham’, his first, went on to conquer main rooms and festival stages worldwide, and during the summer of 2013 achieved underground anthem status. His follow-up, ‘Requiem’ continued this momentum by hitting the coveted Beatport number one spot and his ‘Walking with Elephants’ track has only been snowballing in popularity since its release. The evolving live performance offered by Ten Walls is defined by creativity and intricate production and this year he aims to push boundaries both sonically and visually.

Trap artist UZ was discovered on Soundcloud and has already had massive support from like-minded global producers, Diplo and Flosstradamus. UZ’s debut EP was released on the Mad Decent ‘Jeffree’s’ sub-label and has been played hundreds of thousands of times across Soundcloud and other platforms. As a person UZ remains mysterious, but his music is anything but: raw and powerful, but with a laidback tempo, he gives listeners a chance to slow down without losing momentum.

Bolstering an already impressive local bill, Sónar Cape Town welcomes Cape Town based Vincent Manzini, better known as Sir Vincent, who is a Bridges for Music ambassador. Bridges for Music is a non-profit organization supporting electronic music development in developing countries, leaving a positive impact in disadvantaged communities.     

These artists will all perform on Tuesday 16 December at Cape Town’s Good Hope Centre.

Sónar Cape Town ticket and event information
Limited Early Bird Passes are available. The Sónar Professional Accreditation (PRO) option offers access to priority parking, a cloakroom, free Wi-Fi, cellphone chargers and access to an exclusive viewing area and bar at the event.

The current lineup:
Sónar Cape Town, 15 December
·         2manydjs (DJ Set)
·         Christian Tiger School
and more to be announced…

Sónar Cape Town, 16 December
·         The Bloody Beetroots (live)
·         Jon Hopkins
·         Ten Walls
·         UZ
·         Sibot & Toyota 
·         Spoek Mathambo presents Fantasma
·         PHFat 
·         Trancemicsoul
·         Sir Vincent
·         Fever Trails 
and more to be announced…

‘A Taste of Sónar’ Johannesburg, 12 December
·         2manydjs (dj set)
·         The Bloody Beetroots (live)
and more to be announced…

Sónar Cape Town:
Good Hope Centre
One-Day Pass for 15 Dec 2014: R495
One-Day Pass for 16 December: R595
PRO Pass (Two-Day): R1350
Early Bird (Two-Day): R695
Tickets and information: http://sonarcapetown.com/en/pg/tickets

A Taste of Sónar in Johannesburg:
Nazrec Expo Centre
Friday 12 December 2014
General Pass: R595
PRO Pass: R895
Early Bird Pass: R495
More information: www.sonarcapetown.com/jhb

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Ha Ha Halloween...


You better start looking for that zombie costume you wore at your cousin's 21st, because HALLOWEEN IS COMING UP! And like every cool city in the world, Cape Town took the tradition into its own creative hands and came up with some awesome Halloween parties! 

But you can't just go to these events for the bands or the girls, you have to dress up, man. Look, there's not much fun in going to a Halloween party if half the guests came in their normal clothes, like, did you dress up like yourself?

Anyway, from the list below, Die Mystic Boer's Nightmare Before Christmas Party must be one of the most legendary Halloween parties in and around Cape Town and also my favourite. It's been sort of a tradition in Stellenbosch and there's very cool prizes to be won for the best costumes.

The other events seem really cool as well and I think I might just attend a few of them over the Halloween weekend.

Come back to this page, since I will update it as more venues send me their flyers and event info.

Happy spooky days everyone!

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Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Have a Billabong Summer!

 Billabong girls' sexy Summer

Summer is basiclly on our doorstep. In fact it's so close, I can literally smell the heat every time I step outside! Cape Town's summers are really something special - you can witness it in the thousands of tourists flocking to Cape Town over December and January or just ask any Capetonian and they will immediately confess to you that we have the best summer days; whether we have cocktails on a balcony somewhere or go out to dance at some local, live venue. 

To me summer is all about spending days on the beach, camping, going to music festivals, having braais, eating fresh fruits and vegetables and ultimately being comfortable. Ah yes, we love Cape Town's summer days, but we also get just a little irritated when we feel our hair sticking to our necks or our feet burning in our cool, designer sneakers...

Hopefully this summer we will realize that summer is a little more about comfort and less about those tight short-shorts. I personally love Billabong's new items; It's colourful and comfortable and all the pieces are really unique. From the printed sling bags to the boho bellbottoms (yes, they are making a come back, well, at least to me), all the items have either a beautiful print or a unique texture. This Spring I fell in love with tie-dye again, ripped denim, sling bags and cool printed tank tops. It kind of feels like I'm back in the 90's again. 

These are my personal favourites from the Billabong website:

Get everything on the Billabong Girls' website herehttp://www.billabong.com/girls/za/
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Artmode – A Collaboration of local Art, Music and Creativite Talent

Taking place on 13 November 2014 at the Youngblood Gallery in the heart of Cape Town’s City Bowl, Artmode brings artists from all genres together in a collaborative event like no other.

The event is supported by World Design Capital, which Cape Town has had the honour of hosting in 2014. As a project that aims to join together some of the top talent across multiple genres of art, music and creativity, all three floors of the Youngblood Gallery will be put to use to showcase a multitude of expressive mediums. Food and drink will also be offered over the course of the event.

Artmode provides a platform for both established and budding creatives to express themselves in an environment that aims to inspire the ultimate space to create. The line-up of showcased artists spans across a diversity of styles, mediums, forms and influences. From minimal piano to electronica, to Graffiti Art, mixed media such as skateboard deck design, functional furniture design, live performances, sculptors, painters, dancers and many other acts, attendees will have the chance to interact with artists on the floor throughout the course of the evening.

Providing the ideal space for such an event, the Youngblood Gallery was founded in 2010 by Roger Jungblunt, who realised the need to support South Africa’s artistic minds with a space to create and express their talent. The gallery is comprised of multiple floors and a unique open style design that uses light and space to provide a unique backdrop to its showcased projects.

Whether it is a live performance taking the imagination to the furthest boundaries, hypnotic electronic beats setting the mood, interpretative dance expressing the range of emotion through movement or contemporary art forms that go beyond the typical forms of art as we know it, Artmode is set to change the face of artistic expression in an event that will unite through the love of art. The line-up of participating artists is growing, with a current list available below.

More Information & Bookings:

Date: 13 November 2014
Times: 19h00 - late
Venue: Youngblood Gallery - 70-72 Bree Street, City Bowl, Cape Town

Ticket prices: (available on Webtickets) R120 Door
R100 pre-sold on webtickets
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Artmode/351963641595312?ref=hl

Further details on the gallery can be found at http://youngblood-africa.com. For more information on World Design Capital, please visit http://www.wdccapetown2014.com.

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Josie Field & Laurie Levine on Tour

After 16 years’ experience, nine albums and a dozen SAMA nominations between them; After two national tours together and dubbed the ‘Collaboration of the Year’ (2013, The Star) and having just scooped a Standard Bank Ovation Award at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown 2014, these two Johannesburg based singer-songwriters come together to create a beautiful and unique indie-folk collaborative side project, 'Side By Side'. 

A rare side project, 'Side By Side' comprises the blues infused soulful vocal of Josie Field combined with the intimate folk, country styles of Laurie Levine. A real treat for music lovers these performances are solely acoustic utilizing a variety of instruments including guitar, banjo, ukulele and more along with their unique vocal harmonies, as they present slightly different interpretations of their most popular songs, allowing both old and new fans to experience the material in a whole new light. The aim of the tour is to bring ‘Side By Side’ to as many South Africans as possible over the holiday season. To inspire the youth, share in the power of original music by South African female writers and empower young females to do the same by spreading the message.

“The audience is enraptured by the angelic beauty coming from the stage. And, surprise, surprise, their voices are finely tuned to each other. This is world class, goose-bump material … I have discovered something wondrous.” Therese Owen, IOL Tonight.

National Tour Dates:

Date: Saturday 25 October 2014
Venue: Peach Cafe, Camdeboo Farm
Address: Westminister Rd, Maroeladal, JHB North Fourways
Performance Time: 2pm till 4pm
Booking essential: 073 410 2712 or camdeboofarm@gmail.com
Lunch from 12:30pm (kids welcome)

Date: Saturday 1 November 2014
Venue: Die Ou Pastorie
Address: S56 of R560 Skeerpoort, North West
Time: 12 for 12:30pm
Tickets: R350 (includes 3 course meal)
Bookings essential: 012 207 1027 or res@dieoupastorie.com
Elegant country buffet (kids welcome)

Date: Sunday 2 November 2014
Venue: Klitsgras
Address: Garsfontein Road, Pretoria
Time: 3pm
Tickets: R60

Date: Saturday 8 November 2014
Venue: The Radium Beer Hall
Address: c/o 9th St. & Louis Botha Ave, Orange Grove, JHB
Time: 8pm
Tickets: R80
Bookings: Andy - 083 542 1044

Date: Friday 21 November 2014
Venue: Hot Spot Concerts
Address: 191 Frances Street Observatory
Time: 7:30pm
Tickets: R300 (includes a meal)

Date: Saturday 29 November 2014
Venue: Assupol Hugh Masekela Heritage Festival
Address: Soweto cricket oval

Date: Sunday 30 November 2014
Venue: Lucky Bean
Address: 7th St., Melville
Dinner from 6:30pm
Performance: 8pm
Tickets: R100
Booking essential: 011 482 5572 or info@luckybeanrestaurant.co.za

Date: Thursday 13 November 2014
Venue: Northwood Crusaders Sports Club
Address: 10 Ranleigh Crescent, Durban North
Bookings: 031 564 4621

Date: Friday 14 November 2014
Venue: Mantis & Moon Backpackers
Address: 7/178 Station Road, Umzumbe
Time: 9pm
Tickets: R50
Bookings: 039 684 6256

Date: Saturday 15 November 2014
Venue: The George Hotel
Address: Eshowe, KZN
Time: 8pm
Bookings: 035 474 4919

Date: Sunday 16 November 2014
Venue: Music in the Meadow
Address: Meadow T Garden- Inanda Road, Hillcrest (About 4,5 to 5kms from the Old Main Rd / Inanda Rd intersection. The entrance is directly opposite Kirtlington)
Time: 1pm
Tickets: R75 for adults, pensioners and students R45.
Bookings: At entrance

Eastern Cape:
Date: Sunday 7 December 2014
Venue: Tea in the Trees Christmas Market
Address: Cinsta West
Time: 11am
Tickets: R25

Date: Monday 8 December 2014
Venue: Pig & Whistle Inn
Address: 268 Kowie Road, Bathurst, Sunshine Coast
Time: 6pm
Tickets: R60pp
Bookings: 046 625 0673 or info@pigandwhistle.co.za

Date: Tuesday 9 December 2014
Venue: Cash Store
Address: Sardinia Bay Road, Port Elizabeth
Tickets: R70
Bookings: 041 366 1211

Date: Wednesday 10 December 2014
Venue: Cash Store
Address: Sardinia Bay Road, Port Elizabeth
Tickets: R70
Bookings: 041 366 1211

Date: Thursday 11 December 2014
Venue: St Francis Brewing Company
Address: Tenant Centre, 167 St Francis Drive, St Francis Bay
Time: 7:30pm
Tickets: R50

Date: Friday 12 December 2014
Venue: Stix
Address: 56a Dagama way, Cape St Francis
Time: 8:30pm
Bookings: 042 298 0050

Western Cape:
Date: Sunday 14 December 2014
Venue: Perigators
Address: 381 Crescent Road, Pringle Bay
Time: 8:30pm
Bookings: Ali – 082 457 9403

Date: Monday 15 December 2014 (Tues public holiday)
Venue: The Suntouched Inn
Venue address: 58 Sarel Cilliers Street, Napier
Performance time: 7pm
Tickets: R30
Bookings: 028 423 3131 or 082 443 6310

Date: Tuesday 16 December 2014 (public holiday)
Venue: 1854 Restaurant
Address: 14 Main Road Greyton
Time: 7:30pm
Bookings: Anmarie - 072 306 4168 or 028 254 9639 or info@1854restaurant.co.za

Date: Wednesday 17 December 2014
Venue: Cafe Roux
Address: Chapman's Peak Drive, Noordhoek
Time: 8:30pm
Tickets: R100

Date: Thursday 18 December
Venue: Durbanville House Concert

Date: Friday 19 December 2014
Venue: Berties Mooring
Address: The Boardwalk, Harbour Island, Gordon’s Bay
Performance times: 9pm
Bookings: 021 856 3343 or info@berties.co.za

Date: Saturday 20 December 2014
Venue: Saronsberg Theatre
Venue address: 19 van der Stel Street, Tulbagh
Performance times: 18h15
Tickets: R60
Bookings: 023 230 0179 or saronsbergteater@gmail.com

Date: Sunday 21 December 2014
Venue: Alma Cafe
Address: 20 Alma Road, Rosebank
Time: 7pm
Tickets: R160 (includes meal)
Bookings: 021 685 7377_________________________________________________________________________________
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