Hibiscus Choir to stage new show

Hibiscus Choir members Penny Mallon (left) and Joan Berkland remind choral music fans that the choir's 'Show Stopper' will be performed at three local venues next month.

DON’T forget to diarise three sparkling choral music evenings, coming up soon.

The Hibiscus Choir, under the baton of conductor Mari Webster, will stage its latest offering ‘Show Stopper’ at Village Bowling Club on June 13 at 6pm for 6.30pm.

Tickets are R30 and will be on sale at the door or from choir members.

All local music lovers are invited to bring family and friends, to pack a picnic basket of snacks or a light supper and support the cash bar for an entertaining evening.

The next performance will be a supper theatre concert at Mbango Retirement Village on Thursday, June 22, at 5.30 for 6.30pm. Tickets are R30 and will be on sale at the door.

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The final public concert will be at Ramsgate Lions’ Community Centre on Saturday, June 24, at 6 for 6.30pm. Tickets priced at R30 will be on sale at the door. There will be a cash bar and the Ramsgate Lions will sell hamburgers.

For more information contact Yvonne at 072 0232337.

Talk to focus on art

THE life and work of Irma Stern, a fascinating and much-travelled South African artist, who was born in Schweitzer-Renecke in 1894 and who died in 1966, will be the subject of the talk at the June Tuesday Rostrum lunch at Mbango on Tuesday, June 13 at noon.

Guest speaker Mary van Blommestein, will present a talk entitled ‘A Sketch of Irma Stern: artist, traveller and collector’. Mary is a curator at the University of Cape Town’s Irma Stern Museum, which is situated in Irma’s former home. She is also the curator of the university’s Works of Art collection.

Her presentation will feature graphics of Irma’s work from public and private collections and she will highlight some of the more important exhibits at the museum.

You need not be a member to attend a Tuesday Rostrum lunch. Guests are welcome and all local art lovers are especially invited to lunch with the ‘friendly, thinking women’s club’ this month. To book, contact Denise Millar at 083 2719163.

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