The first weekend of Spring 2011

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The first weekend of Spring 2011

Well it might be a bit of a stormy, cold first weekend of Spring!

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Cape Town Weather:
Friday
02 September
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13º Cloudy with morning showers(30%) with a strong south-westerly wind
10º
Saturday
03 September
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14º Partly cloudy with a moderate southerly wind
10º
Sunday
04 September
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16º Partly cloudy with a moderate south-westerly wind

LIFESTYLE

Don’t miss the Cape Homemakers Expo!

Dates:
01 September 2011 From: 10:00 AM To: 08:00 PM
02 September 2011 From: 10:00 AM To: 08:00 PM
03 September 2011 From: 10:00 AM To: 08:00 PM
04 September 2011 From: 10:00 AM To: 06:00 PM

URL: www.homemakersonline.co.za

Contact Person: Mari du Preez

Contact Number: 021 511 2800

Contact Email:

Description:

Rekindle that love for your home at the annual Cape HOMEMAKERS Expo, offering homeowners the latest in decor and home improvement ideas as well as captivating solutions to any DIY problem.Apart from the 300 trend setting and inspirational stands, be sure not to miss the exciting feature areas presented each year.
This year, highlights include decor and accessories, showcasing the latest cutting edge style in contemporary decor trends, as well as Future of Design Project – now in its 6th year – featuring UpCycled designs by some of SA's leading creative talent.
Point of Purchase for Tickets:Entrance
Cost of Tickets:Adults R55, Pensioners R35, Kids under 12 Free

SPORT
Are you ready?
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MUSIC
Rough Diamonds & Divas31 August 11 to 04 September 11 Barnyard Theatre / Willowbridge

A dramatic and exhilarating musical ride, exploring the gritty voiced, rough and raspy rockers and the dark & dangerous divas that rocked our world and blew our minds with their powerful performances.

Rough Diamonds & Divas is the new Barnyard Theatre Production that celebrates the distinctive gravelly-voiced superstars. From Joe Cocker to Neil Diamond, Tina Turner to
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Bonnie Tyler, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Rod Stewart, Cher, Kenny Rogers, James Brown, Tom Jones and a few surprises… Who can forget the distinctive gravel voice of the legendary American singer- songwriter Neil Diamond (who graced South African shores this year) with his iconic hits America and Sweet Caroline. The uniquely talented Joe Cocker adds some grit to the mix with Unchain My Heart, You Are So Beautiful and With A Little Help From My Friends. We couldn't do it without the vintage rough diamond, old Satchmo himself, Louis Armstrong, singing What a Wonderful World and dazzling with the grace and distinctive style that made him one of the world's most beloved entertainers. Then there are the dynamic divas who take the stage with raw energy and powerful vocals, including Bonnie Tyler (Holding Out For a Hero, Total Eclipse of the Heart); Tina Turner (We Don't Need Another Hero, I Can't Stand The Rain); and Cher (Bang Bang). And, of course, the classic and timeless duets like Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes' Up Where We Belong and Neil Diamond & Dolly Parton's You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling Rough Diamonds and Divas is directed by Adrian Poulsen (who directed the hit shows Diamonds & Pearls, Super Troupers and Dancing Queen), and features an astounding 10 – piece cast that will take you on a magical ride with the diamonds that may be a little rough, but are undoubtedly impressive and bound for glory. Tuesday to Saturday at 8pm Sundays at 2pm

Cost: R160 Wednesday – Saturday | R120 Tuesday & Sunday
Barnyard Theatre / Willowbridget021 914 8898

e-mail:
www.barnyardtheatres.co.za
Shop F09, 1st FloorWillowbridge Life Style Centre
39 Carl Cronje DriveTygervalley

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