[Alan Hughes] I was excited to go to the Townhouse Hotel last night to listen to Dr John Demartini's talk on "Successfully Setting and Achieving Goals". As a life coach, I have presented several talks on the same subject, so I was very curious to see how this world-renowned expert would go about it. Energetically, passionately and with humour, was how he shared his wisdom with more than 200 people who gathered to listen to him.
[Alan Hughes] What better way to spend a drizzly, windy, Cape Town "Spring" Sunday, than to go to explore the "Look & Feel Good Expo", indoors at the CTICC? While it may have been grey and damp outside, it was warm, colourful and sparkly inside, with a cacophony of traders vying for attention and business.
[Alan Hughes] For a great evening's entertainment, grab your "better half" and head out to the Kalk Bay Theatre to enjoy I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change. This show is a powerful, comical, musical rollercoaster ride through the various stages of intimate relationships. All the way from the nervous agony of preparing for your first date, through marriage with kids, to the golden oldies hooking up in a funeral parlour.
[Alan Hughes] I recently had the opportunity to go to see Spandau Ballet and Alphaville at the Grand West Arena. When I arrived, DJs from Heart 104.9 FM were playing great hits from the 1980s and warming up the crowd with humourous banter. They hailed these two bands as being the greatest of the 80s, which seemed a little over the top. Maybe they are the best bands of the 80s who are still making music - and who are prepared to include South Africa in their tour?
[Alan Hughes] What an awesome performance, what stage presence! From the moment the lights came on, till they faded to rousing applause, Andrew Buckland kept the entire audience completely captivated. Intense, clever, extreme, energetic, funny and disturbing - this lone figure on an empty black stage took us on a journey that I won't forget in a hurry.
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