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Monday, July 4, 2016


(Gary McKenzie, John Didlick & Grant Bell)

In a world of injustice, corruption and hatred, The Gee Jays - Gary McKenzie, John Didlick, and Grant Bell - thought “it was time for us all to lighten up a little, and so to this end we have compiled a lighthearted look at all things we call Love.”

Let There Be Love celebrates their 31st year together and will have two performances at the Allan Wilson Shellhole in Pietermaritzburg on July 10. This is a lighthearted musical comedy compilation of love songs from all eras and genres. Expect to see the usual mirth, frivolity and eye-twinkling. It’s described as “a perfect evening of romantic escapism, whilst exploring this thing called love”.

Expect to hear 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 - Let There Be Love.

Presented by Rhumbelow Theatre there will be performances on July 10 at 14h00 and 18h30. (Venue opens 90 minutes before show for picnic dinner). Tickets R140 (R120 pensioners & block bookings of 8 or more). Bring food picnic baskets and a bar is available (no alcohol may be brought on to the premises). There is limited secure parking.

Booking is through Computicket or contact Roland on 031 205 7602 or 082 499 8636, email or visit

The Allan Wilson Shellhole is situated at 5 Durban Road in Pietermaritzburg.