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Saturday, July 23, 2022


At the end of July, classical guitarist Dylan Erasmus lights up the Rhumbelow stage with the passion of Spain.

From the dust of the bull rings to the grandeur of the Alhambra palace, from pounding flamenco to soothing romance, Erasmus will ignite the fire in your soul, the perfect antidote to a winter’s evening.

Erasmus has mastered the illusion of making one guitar sound like three. He has garnered an international following on online platforms, participated in many shows and made a number of radio appearances. “My vision is to re-ignite a passion for the classical guitar in South Africa,” he says.

As a counterpoint to the classical music, Dylan Erasmus will be joined onstage by singer Kim Worth who will sing a selection of popular modern songs. Apart from participating in and achieving high acclaim in competitions and performances, she has toured Europe with the KZN Youth Choir performing at the Summa Cum Laude festival.

Enjoy the remarkable talents of Dylan Erasmus and Kim Worth, live at the Rhumbelow Theatre.

Performances take place on Friday and Saturday (July 29 and 30) at 19h00 and on Sunday (July 31) at 14h00. (Venue opens 90 minutes before show for snacks/drinks)

Tickets R160. Picnic baskets may be brought to the venue, or food can be purchased onsite – burgers, wors rolls, chicken pops and chips, cheesy Russians, snack baskets etc. A full bar is available (no alcohol may be brought on to the premises). The venue opens 90 minutes before each show for snacks/drinks.

Limited secure parking available.

Booking is essential on email: or through Computicket.

For more information contact Roland Stansell on 082 499 8636 or visit

Rhumbelow Theatre is situated at 42 Cunningham Road off Bartle Road in Umbilo, Durban.