Award-winning entertainment to get into the festive season groove
Award-winning Follow Spot Productions presents Face The Music 2 to get the whole family into the festive season groove. It will be performed at Kalk Bay Theatre from 12 December until 6 January, with a special countdown on New Year’s Eve.
The show combines chart-topping songs and dazzling dance moves with the novel, fun format of a spectacular music game show. There are new songs, new questions, new moves, and two new talented girls for the next instalment of this high-voltage, high-energy show. Powerful harmonies, slick choreography and all the greatest hits from the past fifty years are performed with heaps of attitude, and not forgetting the chance to test your music trivia with prizes from the world’s best brandies to be won.
Face The Music won a Standard Bank Ovation Award at the National Arts Festival this year, where Follow Spot were given a travel grant by Fringe World Perth to tour Australia, the UK and Europe in 2013. Following the huge success of Face the Music at Kalk Bay Theatre and the Festival in 2012, Distell, distributors of the world’s finest brandies, “scouted” the show. Follow Spot proudly announces a partnership with Distell which will see Distell brandies available during the run at Kalk Bay Theatre and being given away as prizes in the Face the Music 2 quiz.
“Play the game or be a spectator, but either way you’ll be entertained, but play and you could win some of the world’s best brandies” says Simon Cooper, owner of Kalk Bay Theatre. “Come and catch the Follow Spot team, before they tour internationally next year. We also have a special evening lined up for New Year’s Eve with sparkling wine, an-eat-as-much-as-you-can buffet of canapés, and a countdown to midnight.”
Vanessa, with her husband Ash Searle, runs Follow Spot Productions, which has created and produced such hit shows as Love at First Fight, Absolucy and Big Boys Don’t Dance, which also won a Standard Bank Ovation Award at the 2010 National Art Festival. She has performed extensively in shows such as The Buddy Holly Story and We Will Rock You – the Queen Musical; in the late Bill Flynn’s film Running Riot, as well as Follow Spot’s acclaimed shows.
Delray Burns is a singer, dancer, actress, choreographer and producer. She has performed in productions such as Equus and the cabaret What’s in a Name, and in 2010 co-founded Scriptic Productions, which produced Autobahn at the National Arts Festival. She has danced and choreographed for the Indian Premiere League cricket tournament and the Sevens International Rugby Tournament, and performed in and produced the play After the End at the National Arts Festival.
Margaux Fouché is a rising new talent on the musical theatre scene. The CAPA graduate appeared in her first professional show aged twelve, as a member of the children’s chorus in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita. She has performed in numerous stage productions such as Honk, Headshots and Crazy Little Thing and performed in India as an IPL cheerleader. She is also a sought-after entertainer and singer for events such as the Annual NSRI event at the Radisson Hotel and the official benefit for CANSA in Limpopo.
Face The Music 2 will be performed from 12 December until 6 January 2012 on the following dates:
December 12 – 15; December 18 – 23 and December 27 -30, 2012 at 20h30 and on December 31 at 21h30.
January 2 to 6 2013 at 20h30
Doors open at 6.30pm and patrons booking for dinner will be pre-seated, otherwise seating is unreserved. Guests can enjoy a delicious two or three course meal created by Kalk Bay Theatre’s talented chef Hannah McMahon, with dessert and coffee after the show, when they can meet the performers.
Tickets cost: R100 (show only) / R250 (show with 2 course meal) / R300 (with 3 course meal)
Tickets for New Year’s Eve cost: R350 [show with buffet meal (canapés: as much as you can eat and a glass of champagne on arrival).
For all bookings and further information visit www.kbt.co.za
Tel: (082) 855 7277