THE SWINGING SIXTIES

Rhumbelow TINA'S

29th Jun 2018 - 1st Jul 2018

The Swinging Sixties is no doubt let the good times roll again.
Dave Monks & Marion Loudon transport you back in time to the “Era of Real Music”.

WE LUV ABBA!

Rhumbelow DBN

6th Jul 2018 - 8th Jul 2018

We LUV ABBA! to open new Rhumbelow Theatre, Durban; Friday 6th July. We LUV ABBA! showcases the much-loved hits of legendary 70's mega Pop Group ABBA.

THE SWINGING SIXTIES

Rhumbelow PMB

8th Jul 2018 - 8th Jul 2018

The Swinging Sixties is no doubt let the good times roll again. Dave Monks & Marion Loudon transport you back in time to the “Era of Real Music”.

ROCK n ‘ ROLL NERDS - The Piano Greats

Rhumbelow TINA'S

11th Jul 2018 - 15th Jul 2018

Everybody knows the front man is ,more often than not, the good looking and charismatic guy who always gets the girl. While celebrating the nerds behind the keys we pay tribute to a variety of pianists.

VIDA FLAMENCO

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre

11th Jul 2018 - 15th Jul 2018

In celebration of an impressive 35 year legacy, the Linda Vargas Flamenco Dance Company promises to thrill audiences with a special gala season entitled Vida Flamenco (Life of Flamenco).

BLARNEY PARTY with The Blarney Brothers

Rhumbelow DBN

13th Jul 2018 - 15th Jul 2018

Now celebrating their 44th Anniversary, the indefatigable three-man musical outfit have been at the heart of South Africa’s music scene for four decades this year.

MY TRAVELLING BAG

Rhumbelow TINA'S

18th Jul 2018 - 22nd Jul 2018

Nelson Mandela would have turned 100 years old on the 18 July.
We thought it apt to invite Gcina Mhlophe, a well-known South African actress, storyteller, poet, playwright, director & author to come and share her delightful story telling with you, our patrons.

THE SWINGING SIXTIES

Rhumbelow DBN

20th Jul 2018 - 22nd Jul 2018

The Swinging Sixties is no doubt let the good times roll again. Dave Monks & Marion Loudon transport you back in time to the “Era of Real Music”

A Tribute to James Taylor and Carole King

Rhumbelow DBN

27th Jul 2018 - 29th Jul 2018

A slightly theatrical, mostly musical tribute to two of the foremost singer/songwriters of the 1960s. Take the butter-like voice of James Taylor and contrast it with the soulful, rich voice of Carole King.