Black Cat Bones

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The Black Cat Bones is a South African blues/rock band formed in Pretoria in 2007. The group consists of members Kobus de Kock jr (vocals) and Andre Kriel (guitars) with Chris vd Walt (bass), Gareth Bunge (Drums) and is considered to be one of the current top performing acts in South Africa.

Both their debut album ‘Silverton Swamp Songs’ (2009), and the critically acclaimed second helping ‘The Long Drive’ (2011) were heavily influenced by Kobus and Andre’s blues roots but, in 2013, the band released their third (SAMA nominated) studio album ‘Beatipliller’ which showcased their collective influences as a diverse 4-piece rock act. In the same year the band also won the MK Award for ‘Best Live Act’ and emerged from being underground sub-culture champions to a group that is adored nationwide by a constantly expanding, and ever-loyal following from all walks of life.

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Keren Lindley

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Cape Town based acoustic folk artist Keren Lindley is no stranger to the Cafe Roux stage. Returning for another headline show, this time joined by guitarist Keegan Williams, with an exciting collection of new material.  Keren’s original music is impactful and unique, drawing inspiration from life experiences and observations. Beautiful melodies paired with the rich tones of the acoustic guitar makes for an unforgettable performance every time.

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Sean Koch & JPSon

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Sean is a young, talented musician and songwriter, from Kommetjie, Cape Town. His music is a fusion of reggae folk, naturally blended into a foot- tapping, country surf style. Known for his guitar riffs and softly sung lyrics and it is this fresh sound which has garnered him a rapid breakthrough into the incredibly rich and diverse CT music scene

Fresh folk artist JPSon joins Sean Koch: 

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Shaped by the two oceans on the shores of South Africa, JPson has ridden the wave of life to Europe and defined a musical style that can best be described as “Fresh Folk”. Music that let’s you open up to the groove of the moment, whilst forgetting the troubles of daily life.
Having taught himself to play the guitar on the beaches of Cape Town, South Africa, JPson spent his youth surfing the Atlantic Ocean and exploring vast musical territory, yielding his very own sunbaked infusion of Folk & Roots music. Through his lyrics JPson shares the essence of life that drives him around the world and the lessons he learns whilst traveling.
Not only is his music incredibly uplifting but his rhythms and beats will get you grooving in a festive and unifying spirit, bound to inspire reflection and new connection.

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

 

 

 

The Beatles Tributes presented by Mike McCully & The Harmonix

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The legendary musical director and producer, Mike McCullagh, of McCully Workshop, “Station 70”, “60 Something”, “Milestones to the Millennium” fame and more, has formed a new young group, The Harmonix, to pay tribute to Britian’s national treasure, The Beatles.
The exceptionally talented cast, headed by Mike himself on drums and vocals, will re-create many of the sounds of the Swinging Sixties, as well as putting their stamp of originality on their versions of Beatles’ songs.

The Harmonix consists of many of South Africa’s finiest musicians starting with talented female vocalist, Luella Holland! Keyboardist extraordinaire Gordon Mackay and guitar wizard Andy Murray (mixed Flava) show off the Lennon/McCartney vocals with ample support from Christopher Murray on guitar and lead vocals.

Bassist Neil Peytan, who has performed in numerous Mike McCullagh productions, neatly portrays the legendary McCartney basslines to complete the cast.

Patrons can expect songs like “Hey Jude”, “Get Back”, “Ticket to Ride”, “Norwegian Wood”, “Sgt. Pepper”, “Back in the USSR”, “Obladi Oblada”, “ I Feel Fine” and many more Beatle favourites.
All in all, the two hour show will have audiences dancing and singing along to their favourite Beatles’ songs, whilst laughing at some hilarious facts and quotes!
For Beatles’ fans and lovers of music in general, this show is not to be missed!

***Please note that dinner is available from 7pm & show starts at 8:30pm

Morgan Visser

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“Morgan is a 16 year old Fish Hoek High School Drama student  who turned her focus to singing when an injury prevented her from representing WP in Gymnastics for the third time at the tender age of 11.  Her injury resulted in having to give up Gymnastics for good and she threw herself into singing.  Morgan joined Sorita van Schalkwyk Singing Academy in 2014 and was initially trained by Sumare van Schalkwyk (of The Voice SA S1), but training was taken over by her mother, Sorita in 2016.

Morgan is a featured artist at the annual Comicex and Foodex events held at GrandWest and has previously performed at The Peach Pip Markets, in High School productions and various Singing School showcases, singing competitions and charity events.

Her soulful sound and rich, clear tone make for easy listening, and her repertoire of cover songs will ensure there is something for everyone, young and old”.

**PLEASE NOTE : ARRIVE FROM 630/7PM FOR DINNER. SHOW STARTS AT 8PM

Gimme Shelter – A Rolling Stones Tribute

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They are the world’s longest-running rock ‘n’ roll band and arguably one of the most influential bands of all time. Four of Cape Town’s top rock artists have decided to pay homage to The Rolling Stones and have been performing to sold out crowds all over the Western Cape.

The musical spectacular Gimme Shelter: A Night of Rolling Stones Music will be presented by Jake Gunn, Jonny de Ville, Jean Tunes Marais and Wouter Reyneke.

Stones followers can expect to hear all their favourites, like ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’, ‘Honky Tonk Woman’ and ‘Wild Horses’ and even a few they’ve never heard before.

Event details:
Friday 1 November 2019
Café Roux, Noordhoek Farm Village
Tickets are R120 available online at www.caferouxsessions.co.za
Doors open at 19h00
Show starts at 20h30

“They blew my mind when I heard them in 1994, and I must have played that tape (back in the day we bought music on tape…) all day, every day,” says bassist Wouter Reyneke.
To drummer Jean Marais, his first experience with ‘Gimme Shelter’ was one of ‘somewhat contentment in the ominous melody of the intro, rooted in the uneasiness we all sometimes have to face’.
Probably the biggest Stones fan in the group is guitarist Jacques Groenewald (Jake Gunn). “The Stones were the first band to grab my attention at a very young age. Two guitar players complementing each other, or ‘the ancient form of weaving’, as Keith and Ronnie call it. In the
end it’s all just rock ‘n’ roll… but I like it.”

**PLEASE NOTE DINNER FROM 7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

David Attenborough’s – Climate Change film – the Facts

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Dubbed a “rousing call to arms” and generally acclaimed by critics David Attenborough’s latest BBC documentary, Climate Change – The Facts, illustrates graphically why global warming has been called “our greatest threat in thousands of years,” one which could cause the destruction of our familiar, natural world and our uniquely rich human culture.

“In the 20 years since I first started talking about the impact of climate change on our world, conditions have changed far faster than I ever imagined,” Sir David says in the film.

It features a who’s who of climate academia, from Michael Mann, James Hansen and Naomi Oreskes in the US to UK figures including Peter Stott, Mark Maslin and Catherine Mitchell. There will be 30 minutes for discussion after the film.

**ARRIVE FROM 7PM FOR DINNER (OPTIONAL). FILM STARTS PROMPTLY AT 8PM

Paint & Sip

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 Paint & Sip is a fun and unique way to uncork your creativity as an experienced or aspiring local artist takes you step by step through the process of unleashing your inner Van Gogh in recreating your own personal masterpiece. All proceeds go towards funding Call 2 Care’s (NPO) Service Projects as well as developing, empowering and supporting our local artists.
No art experience necessary. This is a fun and casual event where you will receive a creative teaching experience in a 1:30 to 2-hour time frame, receive a complimentary beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) and meal.
Ticket includes: 
Complimentary glass of Wolftrap Wine / Porcupine Ridge

Starter Poke Bowl
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**ARRIVE FROM 6.30/7PM. PAINTING STARTS AT 8PM

Transpersonal Numerology with Richard Higgins

 

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I’ve Got Your Number!

Join Richard Higgins for an informative and entertaining evening as he introduces you to his unique system of Transpersonal Numerology. Although relatively simple to grasp and learn, this method is remarkably accurate and insightful.

It is not only a great “know thyself” tool, but Transpersonal Numerology is immensely helpful in both career and relationship guidance. And, as the same suggests, it goes beyond simply providing a description of one’s character traits, to offering insights into the timeless question asked by so many of us, “What am I here to do?”

Richard Higgins is a Family Constellations Facilitator and Trainer; Transpersonal Numerologist; and Metaphysical counsellor who lives with his artist Ronnie wife in Fish Hoek, Cape Town.

DINNER FROM 7PM. TALK AT 8PM

Dalin Oliver – Adulting (Comedy)

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Cape Town, teacher turned comedian and radio jock, Dalin Oliver, is back with his third one man stand-up comedy show, ADULTING, following a nationwide tour that included an overwhelmingly successful seven show run in the Baxter Main Theatre.

The Retreat born local’s next stop will be in the deep south where he’ll be bringing the laughs to the good people of Café Roux Noordhoek.

Oliver recently turned 30 and noticed that people expect him to have it all together when in actual fact, it’s all falling apart.

Not literally, okay sometimes, but figuratively, mostly, because each day leads to more challenges and confusion about how to survive “the big world”.

Oliver’s signature nostalgic story telling is something to look forward to once again.

This time featuring life hacks and stories that just might feel a little bit too familiar.

See you there!

DINNER FROM 7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM