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Tuesday, December 8, 2015


(John Didlick, Gary McKenzie & Grant Bell)

The Gee Jays – Gary McKenzie, John Didlick and Grant Bell - celebrate their 30th year together this year, and still appear to be as popular as ever.

As Christmas draws closer and the need to celebrate becomes more apparent, it’s time to re-kindle the spirit of love and romance at this festive time of year. To this end, The Gee Jays have compiled a lighthearted look at all things “Love and Festive” which they will present at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof this coming weekend.

Let There Be Love is a musical comedy compilation of love songs from all eras and genres knitted together with comical banter and festive frivolity. It’s designed to help you wind down from a busy year and get into the festive spirit. Expect to see the usual merriment, mirth and eye twinkling. It’s described as “a perfect evening of festive romantic escapism”.

The show includes songs like Hello Young Lovers, Can’t Help Falling In Love, Love Potion No 9, Love Grows, Let Your Love Flow, To Love Somebody, That’s Amore, Love Is In The Air, Let Your Love Flow,  Love Is All Around, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, and of course – a couple of Christmas ditties thrown in for good measure.

Let There Be Love runs in “supper theatre” format at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof on December 11 and 13 (no show on December 12).

There are three performances only with lunch shows on December 11 and 13 with an evening show on December 11. The lunchtime shows include a carvery lunch from 12h30 (show starting at 14h00). Friday evening’s show offers a buffet supper served from 19h00 (show starting at 20h30).

Tickets R195 pp for the meal and show. Show only option available at R120pp (no meal included).  Bookings can be made on 031 764 7843. Tina’s Hotel is situated at 4 Beryldene Road in Kloof.