12th Aug 2022 - 21st Aug 2022

Rhumbelow DBN

Colin Peddie and Marion Loudon
About The Show

42 Cunningham Rd off Bartle Road, Durban

When you come to a Rhumbelow Show please bring some non-perishable food item for us to donate to MOTH COTTAGES to support those that are struggling.


Colin Peddie and Marion Loudon

FRIDAY                      12 AUG 2022 Show starts 19.30 – DBN
SATURDAY                 13 AUG 2022 Show starts 19.30 – DBN 
SUNDAY                     14 AUG 2022 Show starts 14.00 – DBN
(Venue opens 90 minutes before show for snacks/drinks)

FRIDAY                      19 AUG 2022 Show starts 19.30 – DBN
SATURDAY                 20 AUG 2022 Show starts 19.30 – DBN
SUNDAY                     21 AUG 2022 Show starts 14.00 – DBN
(Venue opens 90 minutes before show for snacks/drinks)        

Get out your hair gel and Doc Martins and head to London in 1982 for a tribute to one of the most influential duos in pop history.

Lasting only 18 months, Yazoo had a major effect on the pop industry proving that electronic music could cross over the soul divide.

The studio geek and the larger-than-life blues-soul singer proved to be a match made not just in Essex, but in heaven. Their debut album, 1982’s Upstairs At Eric’s, soared to No.2 in the UK. Its follow-up the following year, You And Me Both, went one better.

Yazoo came as close as anyone to marrying the synth revolution to ye olde-fashioned bluesy love songs: Situation and Don’t Go could, and did, appeal to fans of both Aretha Franklin and The Human League. Upstairs At Eric’s’ truly mighty Bring Your Love Down (Didn’t I) was New Pop Motown.

After two years, Clarke went on to form the rather more long-lasting Erasure. Moyet went on to inevitable lung-bursting solo success. Yet for a too-brief early 80s moment in time, Yazoo were a nugget of piquant pop perfection.

Colin Peddie and Marion Loudon present a brand-new show for the Rhumbelow theatre.

A loving tribute to Vince Clarke and Alison Moyet’s short-lived association and the success it brought.

They Produced just 2 albums, both of which have stood the test of time and still sound as fresh today as they did in the early 80s.

Join us for a careful study of their music and story, told through the music and some audio visual delights.


R 180-00 a ticket

Bring food picnic baskets or buy at the venue.

Limited secure parking available     

Booking is essential. 

Bar Available
(no alcohol may be brought on to the premises)

Cell 0824998636           

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