31st Aug 2010 - 19th Sep 2010

Heritage Theatre

For a limited three-week season, some of Durban’s finest musos, namely Barry Thomson, Andy Turrell, Marion Loudon and Calli Thomson collaborate to produce two hours of pure, honest “unplugged” sounds.

Come and join us “in our lounge” for some Spring-Time “Kick-Back Therapy”, and we’re not talking bribes here. The group, together with the Heritage Theatre’s Gary McKenzie have compiled a rep of some of the finest songs ever written to guarantee you unwind relax and sing along whilst enjoying the Heritage Theatre’s fine food and wine.

Expect songs made famous by artists like Jack Johnson, Norah Jones, Bruce Hornsby, Sting, Vanessa Carleton, America, Rod Stewart and The Eagles, as well as some of the all-time classic unplugged sounds of “Layla”, “Romeo & Juliet” and “Boat On The River”. All this with our original unplugged renditions of some rock classics like “Smoke On The Water” and “Fat Bottomed Girls”.

To entice you out for an evening of pure escapism, The Heritage have introduced a spring season of recession busting ticket prices.

From Tuesday to Thursday tickets are R 150, Friday and Saturday R 190, and Sunday lunchtime R 165 including our delicious two-course meal. There is also the “show-only” option of R 100 per person.

So come and spoil yourself. There’s no reason not to at these prices.

Moondance – Barry Harp
Losing My Religion - REM
Jack Johnson - Better Together/Banana Pancakes
Don’t Know Why/ Creep on in - Norah Jones
The Way it is - Bruce Hornsby
Weather With You - Crowded House
Roxanne - Sting
1000 Miles – Vanessa Carleton
Sister Golden Hair - America
Maggie May - Rod Stewart
Hotel California - The Eagles

Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
Boat On The River – Styx
Mrs. Robinson – Simon & Garfunkel
Half of my Heart - John Mayer
First Cut Is The Deepest - Sheryl Crow
Romeo & Juliet - Dire Straits
Moonlight Shadow - Mike Oldfield
Layla -Eric Clapton
White Trash Wedding - Dixie Chicks
Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
Fat Bottom Girls - Queen
You’ve Been A Friend - Bryan Adams
If You Love Someone Set Them Free - Sting

©2010 Barry Thomson