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A Touch of Class


Remo’s Italian Restaurant

·     23rd of November – doors open at 18h00 Show at 20h30 - R 450 (Gala Evening with 4 course meal, Black Jack Gambling table proceeds to go to Animal Welfare)


·     24th of November – doors open at 18h00 Show at 20h00 - R 150 (Show only with limited menu)


International perfomer / producer Cedric Vandenschrik teams up with Port Elizabeth pianist and singer Ulagh Williams to bring “A Touch of Class” to the friendly city.


In this two hander, Cedric and Ulagh re-interpret some classic songs of the jazz era in the style of Frank Sinatra, Michael bubble and Robbie Williams as well as re interpret some classics with a touch of “je ne sais quoi”.


There is also a little foray into the Jacques Brel Repertoire as well as some Italian classics, the evening is filled with fun, tongue in cheek commentary, and riddled with absolute evergreen songs.


Multi lingual Cedric Vandenschrik is no stranger to these intimate productions having produced and performed in such shows as “Jacques Brel – Rough Diamond” and “Songs lost in Translation”.

Cedric as a global perspective many envy, having lived abroad for many years and still spending a fair amount of the year out of the country.

This show brings in some of his travel experiences with a song attached to every story.


Musical director, producer and performer Ulagh Williams (piano and vocals) is the co-owner of TwoTone Music and also lectures jazz voice at Rhodes University.

She has co-produced shows featuring major artists like Judith Sephuma and Lira, composed and produced music for various clients across a wide range of genres, and runs the Talent Factory that develops musical talent from preschoolers to professional artists. She is currently studying towards a PhD in Musicology and leads the busy corporate entertainment outfit, the TwoTone Band. 

When and where?

Remo's Italian Restaurant

Starts:
Sat 23 Nov 2019 at 6:00 PM (SAST)
Ends:
Sat 23 Nov 2019 at 11:00 PM (SAST)

Organiser details

Cedric Vandenschrik