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LE DOMAINE ENTERTAINMENT (article first published : 2006-06-17)

Le Domaine development in Hillcrest is to host two social events on their magnificent estate. These will be Cheers Comedy on June 22 and Platform Jazz on June 25.

Le Domaine is one of the first developments of its kind in South Africa to cater to the lifestyle needs of the active over-50s. Situated in scenic Hillcrest, it is geared for vibrant couples and singles who enjoy a high standard of healthy outdoor pursuits and vibrant social interaction. This sought-after sectional title development offers a range of architect designed homes modelled along Tuscan lines set in beautifully landscaped indigenous gardens and wetland area that make the area a haven for local birdlife.

On June 22 at 19h00, audiences can an evening of high-energy comedy and live music with the Cheers Comedy Duo (ex Glam ex Rock & Roll Madhouse with Danny Fisher). They were resident at Fathers Moustache in Durban for four years during the early 90ís, performing to packed houses five nights per week. In 1999, two of the original members - amy de Almeida and Colin Sumner - re-shaped Cheers into one of the major professional comedy cabaret shows in South Africa. They perform rock and roll and tribute classics and a well-tuned comedy repertoire.

On June 25 at 14h00, Platform Jazz will take to the stage for an afternoon performance at the Club de Vie Club House. This six-piece Dixieland Jazz ensemble consists of trumpet, clarinet, trombone, keyboard, double bass and drums. They are all members of the KZNPO who play 20's New Orleans jazz and jazz standards while offering interesting information about the composers and the musicians of the time.

The event is free but is only open to people over the age of 45. Children are welcome to join with parents. Places are limited so book through Craig Bright on 082 560 4809.




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