Shongweni Farmers and Craft Market: (as we speak) From 6.30am to 12.30pm, with full Covid protocols in place. Contemporary produce, crafts, ready-made meals, decor objects, furnishings, pet merchandise, out of doors items, nursery and jewelry, a nature path and nice view factors. Name 031 777 4686.
Musgrave Market: (as we speak) Below the timber at Berea Park for good meals, good music and stalls promoting arts and crafts, clothes, equipment, confectionery, baked items, books, toys, crops, good high quality second-hand objects and extra. From 9am to 2pm.
Golden Hours Market: (tomorrow) Relaxed household market on the Golden Hours College, from 10am to 2pm. All Covid-19 protocols and strict bodily distancing in place. Name Lyn at 083 262 3693.
uMhlanga Farmers Market: Each Wednesday from 8am to midday in Autumn Drive, Prestondale. Name Ethel at 060 303 3957.
Durban Classic Market: Quirky and retro classic collectables, clothes, decor and all the pieces in between on the Dolos, Southampton Row within the Level on Saturday, July 3, from 10.30pm to 4pm. Name Gabby at 078 583 5517.
Rhumbelow, Durban: The theatre celebrates its twentieth birthday this weekend with loads of fun-filled actions. At this time at 11am, Mim Erasmus entertains youngsters, from ages 4 to 400, together with her puppet present that includes Suzy and Granny and their mates. Tickets R75. Tonight at 7.30, be part of a pub quiz based mostly on music performed at Rhumbelow over time. R100. Tomorrow there can be a scavenger hunt. Uncover gems within the better Glenwood/Umbilo space. Native artwork locations, espresso outlets, parks, sports activities services. Groups in teams of 4. R100 every. Name Roland at 082 499 8636 or electronic mail [email protected]
Rhumbelow, Tina’s: (tomorrow) Blarney and Son Social gathering Time with Tony and David Fisher at 2pm. Tickets R160 from Computicket or electronic mail [email protected]
Rhumbelow, Pietermaritzburg: (tomorrow) Lifeless Legends, starring Ross Tapson, Grant Halliday, Neil Ford and Aaron Saunders, pays tribute to a few of the late greats with trustworthy, energetic renditions of songs by artists like Freddie Mercury, David Bowie, Prince, Skinny Lizzy and Gary Moore. 2pm. Tickets R160 from Computicket or electronic mail [email protected]
Altitude: (tomorrow) Open mic comedy night time each Sunday hosted by Buddies of South African Comedy. Opens at 6pm with the present at 7pm. Entry R30.
Seabrooke’s Theatre: Funnyman Aaron McIlroy takes you on a wild and whacky journey into the fantastical world of studying problems in ADHD, a “reward” he has lived with for half a century. July 2 to 25, Tuesday to Saturday 7pm, Sunday 3pm. Tickets R160 to R180 from Webtickets.
Rooftop BBQ, uMhlanga: Jockers Nook Comedy Picnic guarantees one other day crammed with laughter out of your host Simphiwe Shembe and that includes Celeste Nthuli, AmaWele and Flymotion. July 4 from midday. Tickets R200 from Webtickets R250 on the door.
Music Revival: (as we speak) Christopher Digan livestream live performance at 6pm on https://www.youtube.com/c/ChristopherDuigan.
Durban Christian Centre Berea, Greyville: (as we speak) iNdumiso Enkulu is for all Gospel music lovers and followers. Artists embody Ncandweni Christ, Kholeka and Xolly Mncwango. At 7pm. Tickets R400 on Webtickets.
Sprytz Premium Lounge, Pietermaritzburg: (as we speak) An intimate musical night with saxophonist Yommy and his metropolis shakers band in a programmed billed Final Man Standing ‒ a night of easy jazz, afro and soul. From 5pm. Tickets R150 to R250 from Webtickets.
KZNSA: Solo exhibition by Derrick Nxumalo, that includes his monumental scrolls, one in progress and two accomplished. Additionally a group of cityscapes and landscapes, all within the self-taught artist’s iconic fashion. Till July 18. Open Tuesday to Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am to 3pm.
Elizabeth Gordon Gallery: (as we speak) That includes Hussein Salim’s works which might be a celebration of the African lady. Name 031 303 8133.
The Inexperienced Gallery: (as we speak) Authentic artworks from artists together with Andy Anderson, Allan Kupeta, Shirley Brandon, Angelika Anatasis and Coral Spencer. Bronzes by Owen Llewellyn-Davies and Sarah Richards. Flanders Boutique Mall, Flanders Drive, Mount Edgecombe. Name 031 502 2757.
Durban Artwork Gallery: (as we speak) South African multimedia artist, gender advocate, and 2019’s Commonplace Financial institution Younger Artist award winner for Visible Artwork, Gabrielle Goliath, displays This music is for… Additionally winner of the 2018 Absa L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award, Philiswa Lila, will exhibit Pores and skin, Bone, Hearth: The First Album, till July 25.
Amblers Climbing Membership: (tomorrow) Hike Morewood Farm to Springside Reserve, Hillcrest at 2pm. Hike Springside left, step over to the subsequent path after which keep on for supper. Contact David at 072 615 0559.
Cycle Membership: Meet each Tuesday on the Mini City automotive park on North Seaside at 9am for a cycle on the promenade. Name Ian at 083 675 2125.
St Michael’s Anglican Church, uMhlanga: (as we speak) DKMS (previously the Sunflower Fund) will host a donor drive from 8am to 1pm. It asks individuals to please take into account signing up on the day and saving lives. Name 031 266 1148.
Denis Hurley Centre: (as we speak) Guitar courses organised by the UKZN College of Music on the centre. Music concept from 9am to 10.15am; guitar workshop from 10.30am to 11.45am (carry a guitar you probably have one). No have to ebook. Parking behind Emmanuel Cathedral, for R25.
Umgeni Steam Railway: (as we speak and tomorrow) Take pleasure in a nostalgic enjoyable household outing on board the Inchanga Choo Choo. The practice takes a three-hour spherical journey from Stokers in Kloof to Inchanga Station and again. Pop-up market and meals honest at Inchanga, and the Railway museum and mannequin railway exhibition. At this time and tomorrow at 8.30am and 12.30pm. Additionally July 17 to 18 and July 25 to 26 Bookings at http://umgenisteamrailway.com/.
The Alliance Francaise de Durban: In collaboration with Home of Kuumba, catch the Pwani Vinyl Periods, a vinyl change and sale, hosted by Ace’s Pizza & Bar. Flick thru information, exchanging with different collectors or simply take pleasure in good pizza and music. Music by vinyl DJs KBZL, Cube and Lerato Lichaba. July 10 from 2pm. Entrance R50 on the door.