Festival-goers can also look forward to vibrant arts and crafts, a wide variety of food and drink outlets, plus loads of outdoor activities for the whole family.
Book review – An Unquiet Place by Clare Houston.
This creatively curated programme includes evergreens such as Chopin’s Nocturne in D-flat.
The Westville Theatre Club’s will have you on the edge of your seat with its latest production, Horror Story.
Nibs will also be giving a taste of some newly written songs inspired by his new adventures in Europe.
Book review – Winging It by Joanne Jowell.
The supper theatre will make a welcome return to Durban’s shores with a rocking lineup of acts!
Brendon Peel plans to wow audiences on the East Coast with his unique brand of magic and mentalism.
There is an extensive comedy line-up featuring the talents of John Vlismas, Rob van Vuuren, Aaron McIlroy, James Cairns, Jem Atkins and Masood Boomgaard.
Book review – Ultima by L.S. Hilton.
Tickets for Into the Grey are R80 each with concessions for students and pensioners.