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Durbanite and Suncoast are giving away 3 Double Tickets for the show on the 15th November 2014! Simply tell us below why you want to watch the show and  you could be the winner! Winners will be randomly chosen on Friday the 14th November.

The Durban tradition of adult panto continues to flourish. 2014 sees Suncoast host the event for the 4th time and nobody is going to be disappointed with the brand new twist in the tale of a well-loved story.  The time has come for a return to double entendre and innuendo (the Italian for suppository); to the way the adult panto was in times gone by.

It is an accepted fact that Cinderella is the world’s most favourite pantomime. There have been several incarnations of the adult version, Sinderella. But don’t panic …..there is a new version, filled with clever quips to keep you on the edge of your seat …as well as just a few below the belt jokes.


Harking back to the original format of clever, rather than in your face, your favourite festive season entertainers have come up with a new plot.

Gone is Cinderella – and Sinderella – as well as Prince Charming and the Fairy Godmother. Enter Sinder-Fella, Princess Charming and the Fairy Godfather.

The team is back with some new additions: Anthony Stonier (whose legs are a World Heritage site) and Clinton Small (last year’s surfer dude) play the Ugly Sisters; Thomie Holtzhausen (seen in a great variety of roles in past pantos) is the Fairy Godfather; and the gorgeous Katy Moore (last year’s Juliet) as Princess Pandora Hullett of Ballito. Joining them for the first time are RowinMunsamy as the Princess’ loyal supporter, Button, and Mpilo “Straw” Nzimanade as Sinder-Fella.

And …the whole story takes place right here in Durbs. Local is totally lekka!!!



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  1. Crystal

    12 Nov 2014 at 9:30 am

    I will take my husband………. He’s always working and we don’t really spend time together. He’s always working so hard to provide for his family and i think he needs a break and to just sit back and relaxs. Laugh alittle and have some fun with this crazy funny gang

  2. Crystal

    12 Nov 2014 at 9:32 am

    I will take my husband………. He’s always working and we don’t really spend time together. He’s always working so hard to provide for his family and i think he needs a break and to just sit back and relaxs. Laugh alittle and have some fun with this crazy funny gang …… Durbanite #ProudlyDurbanite

  3. Larrinae Ballantyne

    12 Nov 2014 at 9:39 am

    I would take my BFF who is leaving SA soon. This would be a great evening out for us both.

  4. Harsha

    12 Nov 2014 at 9:43 am

    Its for adults only…. yay…. can leave the kids with the grandparents and indulge in a date night out!

  5. Nicole Naicker

    12 Nov 2014 at 9:43 am

    I love watching shows and the favourite place to be at suncoast #Durbanite thanks for an amazing competition

  6. Harsha

    12 Nov 2014 at 9:50 am

    Oh… and of course an outstanding cast that transports us out of our daily routines and lives!

  7. Jessica

    12 Nov 2014 at 10:05 am

    Gosh, last time I went to the Adult Pantomime at Suncoast was about 4 years ago, and what a laugh it was. We watched Alice in Wonderland, what a suberb cast and feature. I am dying to take my mom who has never seen an adult pantomime, let alone one of the Fabulous Suncoast Casino’s. Excited to see this one!!

  8. Myrna

    12 Nov 2014 at 10:29 am

    I would love to sit back and enjoy the fun and laughter with my husband after a week of writing hectic exams. He has been talking about taking me to this production ti celebrate

  9. vanessa

    12 Nov 2014 at 11:39 am

    I have never been and have heard such great things about it and would love to experience it for myself and to do something thats different then every day, thank you

  10. Ash

    12 Nov 2014 at 12:34 pm

    What better way to enjoy an evening of lekka talent, lekka show and lekka friends!! wld make the most of this x thank you

  11. janet

    13 Nov 2014 at 4:13 pm

    I would love for my husband and I to enjoy an evening out at Suncoast. Could enjoy some laughter as well. Would be so awesome to attend such an amazing show.

  12. Angela

    14 Nov 2014 at 9:02 am

    I would LOVE to take my gran to see the show as she has lost her daughter (my aunt) to cancer 2 months ago and could really do with some fun and laughs, which I am sure this show will provide! It really does look like loads of fun!

  13. Wes

    14 Nov 2014 at 9:15 am

    Now this is a show for us guys too, would be brilliant to go and watch! I would love to take my wife as I know we would have such a great time.

  14. Angela

    14 Nov 2014 at 9:59 am

    I REALLY REALLY want to watch the show with my gran because it looks hilarious and will be such good fun for my gran who lost her daughter (my aunt) to cancer 2 months ago. An adult panto like this is just what is needed for a good night out!

  15. Angela

    14 Nov 2014 at 10:53 am

    Oops, sorry, thought my first comment didn’t go through!

  16. Sue

    17 Nov 2014 at 1:21 pm

    I have never been to an adult panto so would love to go!

  17. Mandy

    24 Nov 2014 at 8:26 am

    With such a good cast, this should be a fantastic show. Would love to see it.

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WIN: Sundowners at Chambers Club and the KZNPO Symphony Season Concert



As a stylish leap year treat, Urban Lime and the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra are offering an elegant Thursday evening out for one lucky couple: after-work sundowner cocktails and snacks at Chambers Club and two tickets to the final KZNPO Symphony Season concert in Durban City Hall, on Thursday 5 March at 7.30pm.

To enter – answer the below TWO questions in the comment section of our Facebook post:

  1. Who’s giant 600sqm. portrait hangs alongside the Durban Club Chambers building (the former Netherlands Bank building) in Anton Lembede St?
  2. Where are the KZNPO Summer Season Symphony concerts being performed?
Std. T&C’s apply

Chambers Club, South Africa’s newest members’ club, is housed in Durban Club Chambers building (the former Netherlands Bank head office). It is a members’ club for South Africa and Africa’s business and professional community located in the iconic Professional Quarter in the heart of the city, which is open to the public on evenings and weekends.

The beautiful building was designed by famed architect Norman Eaton in central Durban which has been transformed into a professional quarter for the legal fraternity, business community, entrepreneurs and creatives as part of an extensive city-wide project by the visionary team from Urban Lime.

One of the special features of the Chambers Club is a beautiful rooftop garden which overlooks the city – with commissioned sculptures, a water feature, quinine trees, indigenous grasses and aloes. This carefully created space is an eventual realisation of what Norman Eaton originally wished for – a tranquil roof top garden which is ideal for an after-work alfresco sundowner to meet colleagues and friends before heading home.

The Club offers facilities geared for legal practioners and businesspeople: meeting rooms, interview rooms, board rooms, restaurant, bar, lounge, parking facilities and cloakroom. It is perfect for professionals and those looking for an elegant, safe quiet place to meet, work and dine in the middle of town.

Win an elegant evening out: After-work sundowner cocktails and snacks at Chambers Club and a KZNPO symphony season concert in Durban City Hall

The KZN Philharmonic perform two Beethoven favourites, the Leonore Overture No 1 and the Triple Concerto, played by pianist, Malcolm Nay, violinist Tai Murray and KZNPO’s very own cellist Aristide du Plessis. The evening closes with a performance of Bizet’s delightful Symphony in C – all under the baton of Netherlands born conductor Arjan Tien who makes a popular return to round off the season on 5 March.

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Summerdaze NYE 2019




The countdown to 2020 has begun and if you, like many Durbanites are finding it difficult to set some epic NYE plans into motion, we thought we would give you a hand.

Get your feet in the sand at Summerdaze NYE Beach Party, which will be held at Beachwood (a 5 min drive from Umhlanga). This years dress theme is to be a “Floral” affair, the event will kick off 2pm onwards and will feature top artists and DJ’s at an intimate paradise ocean side setting. Food & drinks will be on sale under the tented beach bar while guests enjoy good vibes, sensational music and fireworks at midnight!


We are giving away two epic prizes as follows. *Std. T&C’s apply.

Prize 1 : 5 x General Access Tickets, 1 x Bottle of El Jimador & 1 x Fitch & Leedes Hamper

Prize 2 : 5 x General Access Tickets & 1 case if Sol Beer

To enter, follow BOTH of the below steps:-

  1. Click on the Facebook event link here, and mark yourself as ‘going’
  2. Comment on the event wall with #ProudlyDurbanite

You and your guests must be over the age of 21. Proof of ID will be required.


Please be advised that there is limited parking space. Be lekker – don’t drink and drive.

Whatsapp hotline : 0640814181
Email :
Website :

Tickets are limited so grab yours here

Proudly sponsored by
Fitch & Leedes
Sol Beer
Southern Comfort
Jack Daniels
el Jimador

*Competition Terms and Conditions.

  1. To enter, follow the link to the Summerdaze NYE Beach Party Facebook event page. Click that you are attending and leave a comment on the event page wall with the hashtag #ProudlyDurbanite.
  2. Winner and guests must be over the age of 21 years old to attend this event – a copy of your South African identity document will be required as proof.
  3. Competition opens on 10th December 2019 and closes midnight 23rd December 2019, South African Standard Time. Winner/s will be randomly drawn on 24th December 2019. Durbanite (Pty) Ltd reserves the right to change the draw date.
  4. Winner/s will be notified via Facebook and are required to confirm their attendance within 24 hour of notification or redraw will take place.
  5. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook.
  6. Durbanite (Pty) Ltd is a promoter of live entertainment events. Tickets for Events are sold by the event organisers or other ticketing agents. Notwithstanding the terms and conditions of such ticketing agents which may apply to the sale of a Ticket for a particular Event, by purchasing and/or holding and/or being in possession of a Ticket or Tickets, the holder of the Ticket agrees to and is bound by these terms and conditions.
  7. Durbanite (Pty) Ltd do not accept liability for damage to or loss of any life or personal property at this Event.
  8. Ticket does not afford the Ticket holder the right to transport to the Venue, or parking, or merchandise, or any food or beverages at the Venue, unless otherwise stated. Other independent service providers might render services relating to transport, parking, merchandise, food or beverages at the Venue and in such circumstances, the terms and conditions of such service providers will apply between it and persons who make use of such products or services.
  9. You must produce a valid Ticket to gain entry to the Venue and you must produce that Ticket for inspection upon request from an Event official at any time. Failure to produce such Ticket when requested may result in you being denied access to the Venue or in you being removed from the Venue.
  10. Subject to these competition rules, Durbanite (Pty) Ltd determination of the winner/s is final. No correspondence will be entered into.
  11. The prizes are non-transferable for cash.
  12. By entering this competition you agree to all the terms and conditions stated above.
  13. Employees, agents of or consultants to Durbanite (Pty) Ltd and, their immediate family members (parents, children, brothers and sisters), spouse(s), life partners, business partners and associates are excluded from this competition.
  14. Failure to comply with any of these Terms and Conditions will result in immediate forfeiture of the prize.


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Pieter Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout: #HeTwo



The Hexagon, Pietermaritzburg: 14 – 16 November

Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Durban: 18 – 24 November


“It’s a class act … the evergreen Uys always manages to inject something fresh and relevant into his work. A great show and a wonderful tribute to one gutsy lady created by one of South Africa’s true sons of the soil.” Peter Feldman ARTSLINK 2.8.2019

 “That both PDU and Tannie Evita will have you giggling at #HeTwo while banishing the troubles of the outside world is a no brainer.” Diane de Beer DEBEER NECESSITIES 31.7.2019

 “Uys dons false eyelashes and presidents listen.” L.A. TIMES


“You better watch out, you better not lie, you better not pout, I am telling you why- #HeTwo is coming to town!” Pieter-Dirk Uys and Evita “face off” on stage together for the first time ever in South African history, #HeTwo comes to The Hexagon Theatre from 14 – 16 November and then heads to the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre from 18 – 24 November.


Visit our Facebook page to enter to win 1 set of 5 double tickets!

Tickets valid for Tuesday 19th November @ the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre ONLY!

Show starts @ 19h30 sharp! Std. T&C’s apply.

In 1981 a woman appeared out of the dressing room of the Market Theatre, stepped onto the stage and smiled. Virtually before she even gave her name, she was a legend. Mrs Evita Bezuidenhout was presented to the audience, the nation and the world. She is still going stronger than ever. No longer a recognised Nationalist as she was during those years of apartheid rule, she is now a member of the African National Congress, secure in her Luthuli House kitchen where she cooks for reconciliation. For nearly forty years she has had to tolerate the impersonation of her by a local actor. She tried to sue him for libel; she swore never to allow him into her life and yet, now in the 25th year of her democracy, she will be on the stage with Pieter-Dirk Uys at the same time.

The question to PDU was always: why this female character of Evita? There are many answers. When he started impersonating her in 1978, it was illegal to have an opinion about anything political, so maybe an Afrikaans woman with an NP husband could spill the beans. The fact that she was portrayed by a man dressed as a woman when cross-dressing was also illegal, could force the edge of the envelope. Or maybe that she was there for only one reason: to eventually make Nelson Mandela laugh. And she did. They met and he laughed. She also embraced Archbishop Desmond Tutu who also laughed. She posed with countless legends and South Africans, black and white, laughed – with relief.

Evita Bezuidenhout will always be ten years older than Pieter-Dirk Uys. He seems to be catching up. His Darling venue, Evita se Perron, has been going for 23 years, established as a recognised international tourist destination and local satirical Stonehenge. Who would have thought that Tannie Evita would become a farce to be reckoned with, to be hailed and celebrated as the most famous white woman in South Africa? And now as a member of the ANC, sharing her weekly comments on YouTube and Daily Maverick about the state of her nation, where her Evita’s Free Speech, now past its 200th episode, has gathered supporters from all the corners of the globe? Her 140,000 Twitter followers are not just, as she thinks, in the same prison outside Rustenburg.

Now in 2019, for the first time, she and her ageing impersonator will confront each other face to face.

There can only be one winner.

#HeTwo will perform in Pietermaritzburg at the Hexagon from 14 to 16 November (Book at Webtickets) and in Durban at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre from 18 to 24 November (Book at Computicket).


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