Caveman is the perfect date-night theatre outing, sending up the irreconcilable differences between the sexes.
Leon Scharnick will be joined by other talented jazz musicians at the show.
The dance raises awareness about the abuse of women and children and commemorates the lives of Popi Qwabe and Bongeka Phungula, both graduates from DUT’s Drama and Production Studies Department.
Latvian pianist Agnese Eglina will perform at the Durban Jewish Centre.
Book review – The Lose Your Belly Diet by Dr Travis Stork.
Book review – Final Girls by Riley Sager.
Book review – Friend Request by Laura Marshall.
A Highway Mail reader can win a family combo prize valued at R800 which includes a free train trip to Shongweni or Scottburgh.
The select top 67 dance groups will showcase their nominated routines at the Durban Dance Youth Awards for winners to be announced on the night.
The market will have a variety of refreshments and light meals from carefully-selected service providers and spice things up with an eclectic line up of live music.
Enjoy the four-day Botho Pan African Arts Festival from 28 September to 1 October at Wushwini, overlooking the scenic Inanda Dam in the Valley of a 1000 Hills.