|28-May-2021 at 09:00 UTC - 30-May-2021 at 23:00 UTC ()|
Rhumbelow Theatre,Durban,Kwazulu Natal
|R180 (Prices may vary depending on the type of tickets)|
CAT & LUCY! When divine divas collide the musical magic is mindblowing! Cat Simoni is saying au revoir to her SA fans before her imminent return to the U.K. with her hit Kalk Bay Theatre cabaret show “Cat & Lucy! Divine Divas/Clash of the Divas” co-starring Capetonian actress and vocalist, Lucy Tops. Showcasing their extraordinary vocal talents, “Cat & Lucy” is a virtuoso cabaret cracker of thrilling duets & soaring solos. After playing to sold-out runs at Kalk Bay Theatre, the show has recently been enjoyed in 2021 by audiences from Somerset West to Knysna and Plettenberg Bay. Lucy Tops’ voice is a powerhouse of incredible range, and she needs no introduction, having a stage pedigree that includes Kinky Boots, Funny Girl, Rocky Horror. She was nominated for a Fleur du Cap for her performance in Bar None, has performed in China and Australia, and at venues across the country such as Baxter Theatre, Artscape, Fugard, Kalk Bay and more in a variety of productions. After ten years playing and singing at some of London’s top 5-star venues and exclusive clubs, The Ritz, Carlton, Dorchester, RAC club, Cat Simoni returned home to raise her children and relaunch her career in South Africa. Cat has now performed her musical entertainments all over the country from the Oyster Box to Theatre on Mandela Square, Sandton, The Showroom Theatre, The Barnyard, The Rhumbelow and venues from the Garden Route to the Cape Winelands. Cat & Lucy, Clash of the Divas, is a show with class and oodles of style. Outstanding vocals in this cabaret exuding old school glamour. Cat’s classy, cheeky performance style is very entertaining, her piano mastery evident throughout, especially in the “classical” mistakes” set. Cat is without a doubt a fabulous foil for Lucy and their individual strengths compliment the other’s brilliantly resulting in a lot of fun and intimacy together on stage. Fantastic hits from Tim Minchin, Elton John, Tones & I, Whitney, Lionel, Queen, Bette Midler, Marianne Faithfull and surprises such as Radiohead’s Creep and an inspirational country-styled, Follow Your Arrow! Cat is delighted to be ending her 11-year-long and (often colourful) South African musical career at the Rhumbelow, in her hometown of Durban, a fitting farewell to a community which welcomed her with open arms on her return from England in 2009. This show is really worth it, as a night out, for everyone, but especially women.