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Monday, November 20, 2023



(Anthony Stonier. Pic by Val Adamson)

Next up on the Mondays @ 6 at St Clements’ diary on December 4, 2023, will be Anthony Stonier’s: Songs for Stage & Screen.

Pieter Scholtz and friends invite patrons to a perfect start to the holidays. Kick back, relax, reminisce if the mood takes you and be entertained by the fabulous Anthony Stonier and his brand new “hits” and happening show, Songs for Stage & Screen.

In this, his new show, Anthony Stonier sings a selection of popular songs from both hit Broadway and West End shows and from Hollywood movies and musicals. Love ballads, theme songs, comedy numbers, dramatic ballads and evergreen classics. He will take the audience on a musical meander down memory lane. Songs from Cabaret, Oliver, The Lion King, My Fair Lady, Nottinghill, Chicago, Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, Fiddler on the Roof and more. The songs will be interspersed with little-known facts, trivia and behind-the-scenes details on some of the best loved movies and musicals of all time.

Theatre lovers need no introduction to award-winning performer Anthony Stonier who has been a luminary in the KZN and South African theatre industry for more than 30 years in capacities ranging from actor to composer to pianist to playwright to singer. He won a best supporting actor VITA Award in 1988 for Frank'n'Stein! and again in 1994 for Spring Awakening. He has also won Durban Theatre awards, twice, for best male vocalist: the first time in 2003 and again in 2007.

Fans will be aware that Anthony is synonymous with starring roles in the hugely popular Durban adult pantos, going back to 1996. In recent years his one-man shows have focused on songs from well-known musicals. In February this year, Anthony brought his popular Sinatra, Quite Frankly to Mondays at Six to St Clements.

The show takes place at 18h00 on December 4, 2023. Table Bookings essential: RSVP ST Clements 031 202 2511

When the donation box is passed around, Patrons are encouraged to be generous. A minimum of R50 per person.

The show plans to be outdoors. If it’s chilly, remember to dress warmly. If it rains, Val will perform her table-and-chair magic and set everything up indoors.

Bookings limited to diners in support of St Clements restaurant and staff. They stay open specially for us.

Be there in time to order and open your tab before the performance, scheduled to start at 18h00.

Please cancel if you book then can’t make it as they often close booking due to space constraints.

St Clements is situated at 191 Musgrave Road. Mondays @ Six run between 18h00 and 19h00. Table bookings are essential on 031 202 2511. There is no cover charge but there is a donations box to support presenters.

If you wish to dine after the presentation, place your order before 18h00.

Issued by: Wanda Hennig: 072-664-3170 and Pieter Scholtz: 082-856-6157