Win 4 tickets to ‘D’Loverley’

Pianist Melvin Peters and songstress Helene Joseph team up for D’Loverley, at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof, from March 13 to 15.

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BY BILLY SUTER

THE classic music of Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and others of that ilk, performed by elegant, seasoned songstress Helene Joseph and master jazz pianist Melvin Peters, will be presented at the Rhumbelow Theatre at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof next week – and two lucky followers of this site will each win four tickets to attend the 8pm Friday, March 13, performance.

See the end of this story for more details on how to win tickets for the show, D’Loverley, which is to be staged at 8pm on Friday and Saturday, March 13 and 14, and 2pm on Sunday, March 16.

D’Loverley is described as a delightful show that explores the music of Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Duke Ellington and others.

“The tunes are timeless gems which are tastefully packaged into the form of a musical journey or a trip down memory lane,” says a theatre spokesman, adding that “Peters and Joseph. noted artists in their own right, have developed a wonderful musical rapport and synergy – given that their association spans a few decades, having first worked together some 30 years ago”.

Joseph, a highly respected vocalist, has a wealth of experience of performing on stage, as well as recently on cruise ships across the world.

Peters has achieved much acclaim as a jazz pianist, church organist, educator and jazz clinician. Accomplished, versatile and comfortable within most music genres, he has performed with many artists, including Gloria Bosman, Tandie Klaasen and Abdullah Ibrahim. Furthermore, he has had several opportunities to perform abroad, most recently in Germany, the UK and America.

“Musically, the show is rich in variety, covering several jazz genres across the spectrum. The entertainment value is high and audiences can expect to be treated to some high-energy swing tunes, soulful ballads and laidback Latin American numbers.”

Tickets cost R160 each (R140 for pensioners and students with valid cards) and booking is at Computicket or by phoning Roland Stansell at 082 499 8636.

Note that the venue does not permit food (a restaurant is at the hotel should you wish to dine before the show) and all beverages must be bought at the theatre pub.

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WIN SHOW TICKETS… WIN SHOW TICKETS… WIN SHOW TICKETS

Care to put yourself in line to be one of TWO winners of four tickets each to the 8pm Friday, March 13, performance of D’Loverley, by Helene Joseph and Melvin Peters, at the Rhumbelow Theatre at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof?

You simply have to be a follower of the SoSuterBill site to win.  At no cost.

If you are not already a follower, simply leave your email address in the space provided towards the end of the cover page of this site, sosuterbill.com

You will then be a follower, and receive email notification whenever I file a new story.

Once you have subscribed (there is no cost), send your NAME and PHONE NUMBER via email (NOT THIS SITE’S CONTACT FORM) to sosuterbill@gmail.com and place the words ‘D’LOVERLEY COMPETITION’ in the subject field. 

Note that the competition closes at 6pm on Sunday, March 8, and the winners will be contacted soon after.  (The winners were Riana Simms-Thompson and Sheila Bamber).

Also note that tickets may not be exchanged for another performance and that the prize is for tickets only (not travel and/or accommodation should this prove necessary).

NOTE: PLEASE READ ENTRY DETAILS CAREFULLY AS SOME PEOPLE ARE ENTERING COMPETITIONS INCORRECTLY.

ALSO NOTE THAT ONLY ONE ENTRY PER SUBSCRIBER WILL BE CONSIDERED.

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