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Friday, October 16, 2015


(Christopher Vale & pianist Neil Krog)

Rhumbelow Theatre presents Love And Other War Games with Christopher Vale and pianist Neil Krog, a musical revue offering music and laughter to chase the foul spectres of death and war from our minds.

Chris (with a voice like Josh Groban’s) and Neil state: “Love has many faces. Love of country. Romantic Love. Obsessive Love. Unfortunately some of those faces involve broken flatware and golf clubs snapped in two. Or shrapnel and death. Yikes.”

With songs to suit every mood, from West Side Story to Shrek: The Musical (with some Adele thrown in for good measure), Love and Other War Games is a fun night on the battlefield Romance, reminding us why we love in the first place, and also, some of the stupid things we do in the process.

Performances take place tonight and tomorrow (October 16 and 17) at 20h00 and on Sunday (October 18) at 14h00. Tickets R120 (R100 pensioners R100. The venue opens 90 minutes before show for picnic dinner. Bring food picnic baskets and braais are available for those wishing to cook some meat.  No alcohol may be brought on to the premises – a bar is available and there is limited secure parking.

Booking is essential through Computicket, or contact Roland on 082 499 8636; or Rhumbelow Theatre is situated in Cunningham Avenue off Bartle Road