national Arts Festival Banner

Monday, November 12, 2018


(Grant Bell, John Didlick & Gary McKenzie)

Remember the good old days of ”Braaivleis, rugby, sunny skies and....”?

Well, The Gee Jays (Gary McKenzie, John Didlick and Grant Bell) are back, by popular demand, with their smash hit show, Don’t Tune Me – Ek Se. This time they will perform at Rhumbelow Tina’s at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof.

The line-up, together with the usual madcap antics of The Gee Jays will have audiences rolling in the aisles as well as remembering what they were doing when these discs were being spun, back in the day.

If these songs – all of them hits on Springbok Radio take you back: Pretty Belinda, Yellow River, Tie a Yellow Ribbon and Rhinestone Cowboy, Let Your Love Flow and Have You Ever Seen the Rain jog a fond memory for you (or your children), then this show is for you. They are all the tunes we have a soft spot for – even if we never admit it.

Great 70s artists like Paul McCartney and Wings and, of course, The Village People, The Beatles, The Bee Gees, The Bellamy Brothers and Jim Croche, and the great Neil Diamond. Not to mention some of the many great South African bands who made it big in the 7o’s, like Alan Garity, Charisma and even Jeremy Taylor.

It’s an evening of pure South African nostalgia not to be missed. Oh yes and ... bring your laughing tackle. Ek se’…

Don’t Tune Me – Ek Se has performances on November 15, 16 and 17 at 20h00 and on November 18 at 14h00. (The theatre venue opens 90 minutes before show for drinks)

Tickets R150 (R130 pensioners and students with a valid student card) and tables seat 6. Family Pack pricing R300 for two adults and two children free. (No alcohol or food may be brought on to the premises). Tickets are cash or EFT only. Secure parking is available. Booking is through Computicket or contact Roland (also for large group booking discounts of 20 or more) on 082 499 8636 or email: or visit

(For restaurant reservations please contact 031 764 7843)

Tina’s Hotel is situated at 14 Beryldene Road in Kloof.