Soli Philander will be bringing Taxi Nights to the Kalk Bay Theatre from 18 to 28 April, 2012, at 8.30pm nightly. Taxi Nights will also exhibit local talent at its best and will feature both comedians and musicians.
After a year of broadcasting the spirit of the Mother City to South Africa and beyond, the entertainer, comedian and broadcaster presents a night of traditional Cape enjoyment. The golden-voiced Ronald Jones, a Taxi Discovery and now favourite entertains with his own, soulful interpretation of modern and classic standards.
Each evening Taxi Nights will also exhibit local talent at its best with guest performances on different nights by, amongst others, comedians Wayne McKay, Shimmy Isaacs, and Eugene Mathews. Musical guests will include some of Cape Town's finest.
Favourite female creations
To close the evening The Taxi Boss, Soli Philander, will parade some of his favourite female creations including Rosie September from his early stand-up days, Banu from Woeskroes, and the Nameless Wife from Hotnotsgot, as well as The Old Lady from the same show, who reminds us to be conscious of love and sacrifice.
Doors open at 6.30pm and seating is unreserved. The performance starts at 8.30pm. There is no performance on Tuesday and Sunday is at 7.30pm. Guests can enjoy a two- or three-course meal created by the Kalk Bay Theatre's chef, Hannah McMahon, with coffee and dessert served after the show.
For all bookings and further information, go to www.kbt.co.za
Make a night or weekend stay of your visit to Kalk Bay.The Inn at Castle Hill guest house is just a few minutes' walk from the theatre. Accommodation can be booked by clicking on the Castle Hill link on the Kalk Bay Theatre home page.
Posted on 16 Apr 2012 14:44