This weekend in Durban

Book the babysitters and pencil the following in your diaries, because this weekend is going to be a packed one:

  • From tonight until Sunday, there’s some mirth coming your way with Barry Hilton’s BEE at Sibaya Casino.
  • The Ladykillers at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre wraps up this weekend, so if you haven’t seen it yet, do yourselves a favour now!
  • As far as markets go, there’s the Litchi Orchard market tomorrow up the north coast, the Shongweni Farmer’s Market inland and the regular Essenwood Road one as well.
  • Tomorrow and Sunday there’s a small show no one has ever heard of that has to do with cars. It involves three men exploring their midlife crises by sitting in a vehicular apparatus and mostly complaining about it. Last year’s show was insane, and this year it is set to be even more so. If you still don’t know what I’m talking about and missed central Durban literally coming to a standstill over the last few days, then this blog can’t help you 😉
  • Pascale & Pearce will be churning out some choons at Chris Saunders Park on Monday, where you can recover from the noise of loud cars with the noise of good music.

Weekend is forecast to be warm and sunny, my weather widget says virtually no clouds either. But it was wrong last week so make sure you have your own more reliable widget to confirm! Enjoy!

Add a comment

*Please complete all fields correctly

Related Blogs

Posted by cuizine | February 5, 2018
Valentine’s Specials 2018
The Durban Valentine's Day specials list is heeeere! Indulge to your romantic heart's content with the list below. There's something in there to suit any budget - from posh nosh...
Posted by cuizine | March 22, 2016
2015’s Durban Restaurants Roundup
Over 40 (forty!) restaurants popped up and opened in the course of the last 12 months in Durban alone, with two thirds of them being in the North Durban area....
Posted by cuizine | March 16, 2016
The In-Fusion of Durban
Renowned, award-winning local cooking school, owned and run by formidable husband-and-wife chef team, Shaun Smith and Caryn England Smith, officially opened Fusion Cooking School's Musgrave campus on Friday, 11 March....
error: Content is protected !!