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Friday, January 31, 2014


(Young Mambazo)

Durban’s Stable Theatre welcomes audiences to a free two-hour midday concert on February 6.

Stable Theatre launches its 2014 programme of productions with a Masonwabe concert when all are welcome to enjoy the performances of the featured artists who have been signed to perform. They include: two indlamu groups, Imfene, a mixed-gender Indlamu group, and Isivinini, an all-woman Indlamu group; and noted Isicathamiya exponents, Young Mambazo (a new-generation off-shoot of the famous Ladysmith Black Mambazo group) and Beautiful Stars.

“Our Masonwabe concert is in line with our policy of developing local artists and giving them an opportunity to perform at Stable Theatre as part of our lunch hour programme,” says Stable Theatre Manager, Thanduxolo Zulu.

“Thanks to our generous sponsors and donors, we look forward to welcoming our patrons and friends to our theatre for this attractive programme, also to the line-up of other great shows we have on offer over the next two months, including an exciting mix of song, dance and drama,” he adds.

The Masonwabe concert takes place from 13h00 to 15h00 on February 6. Entrance is free.

With easy access off the N3 Warwick Triangle flyover, Stable Theatre is situated at 115 Johannes Nkosi Street (formerly Alice Street), and is supported by the KZN Department of Arts and Culture, Ethekwini Municipality, the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund, the National Arts Council and the KZN Performing Arts Trust.

For enquiries about these shows and other projects happening at Stable Theatre, log onto Alternatively call 031 309 2513, or email