It’s Thursay and it’s time to plan your weekend guys.
There’s lots happening again. Isn’t Durban just great?
Moyo Beach Bar is celebrating Egypt until the 28th February. They will be incorporating traditional Egyptian foods into their menu.
Jack Rabbits in Northridge Road, Morningside is having a karaoke night on the 5th February.
Phone 031 2076735 for more details.
Diamonds and Pearls is playing at The Barnyard Theatre in Gateway until the 7th March 2010. The aim of the show is to celebrate the music of Celine Dion and Neil Diamond.
Beat-Route, a four-piece swing jazz band, plays at the Market Restaurant in Morningside every Friday from 12:30 to 14:30.
Big Gig is an event that happens every two months in Durban. There will be 7 bands playing. It will be taking place on the 5th February at the Jubilee Hall at UKZN in Princess Alice Road. The bands that will be playing are Moonchild, Fruit n Veg, Yesterday’s pupil, Oorlog Frankenstein, Isochronous and Moe Joe.
Entrance is R50 or R30 if you have a student card and you can get in for free if you donate an old surfboard to Mahala Surf Co for underprivileged people.
Sun Kissed Saturdays is held every weekend at Moyo Beach Bar at Ushaka. It’s an outside party and there is no cover charge.
Charous and Bruinos, 2 of Durban stand up comedians, will be at the BAT Centre on the 6th February. The cost is R100 and tickets can be booked at computicket.
Eddie Izzard will be at the Durban ICC on the 6th February. The tickets range from R350 – R700 and can be booked throught computicket.
Golden Hours family market is held every Sunday in Uitsig road, Durban North. It is a fundraising event for the Golden Hours School for special needs.
If fishing is your thing then you need to read this. The Midmar 2 man challenge is taking place from the 6th to the 7th February at the Midmar dam in PMB. The price is R200 per angler.