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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Tips from Darren Maule on how to prepare for the Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk




We received some tips today from Darren Maule on how to prepare for the Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk.

They sound legit.



1.  Don't enter the Big Walk if you don't know how to walk!  If you are not sure about this - get up off your chair, move one foot in front of the other and if your body follows - you are walking! Congratulations! NOW you can enter the Big Walk.

2.  If you are a relatively new Big Walker, perhaps consider putting on two pairs of socks.  They will rub on each other and not on your uninitiated footsies.

Um, I think we will rather share with you some expert advice:


  • Talk to your doctor before starting a new fitness programme
  • Plan and track your training programme
  • Make sure you add stretching to your training routine
  • Make sure you get the right gear!  Invest in quality footwear for training and the walk, make sure they fit well.  Wear them in before the big day to avoid blisters.  
More tips and advice on www.ecr.co.za and www.discovery.co.za 

The Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk is on 18 May 2014.
Enter online at www.ecr.co.za or at selected Totalsports outlets. 



Indaba Networking Golf Day


9 May 2014 at 9am
DCC Beachwood Golf Course 
For more info www.indabagolfday.co.za 
Email Melissa - melissa@indabagolfday.co.za


A Handful of Keys is sheer good fun


Keith Millar: WOW! Now that’s entertainment!
Ian von Memerty and Roelof Colyn are simply superb in A Handful of Keys currently on at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre.              
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, with over 1,180 performances and having been seen by more than 375,000 people A Handful of Keys is one of the most popular, and enduring, South African musical productions of all time.
There are tributes to lady singer/pianists such as Norah Jones, Alicia Keys and Nina Simone, and men such as Fats Domino, Fats Waller and Billy Joel. South African music is not ignored with a wonderful parody performance of The Click Song, Pata Pata and Mama Tembu’s wedding. An extraordinary item in the programme is The History of Broadway Musical where no less than 143 segments of Broadway musical songs are played and sung in 12 minutes. A virtuoso piano performance.
A Handful of Keys runs until April 27 at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre with shows from Tuesday to Saturday at 20h00 and with extra shows on Saturday and Sunday at 15h00. Tickets R150 booked through Computicket.


YOUNG PERFORMERS PROJECT
AUDITION NOTICE
Directed by Themi Venturas, the 13th annual PANSA Rainbow Young Performers Production for 2014 is Footloose – which re-unites Daisy Spencer (Choreographer) and Des Govender (Vocal Coach) the team that brought us Hairspray and Legally Blonde.
Auditions will take place on 26 April 2014
at Durban High School from 09h00 – 17h00.
FOR HIGH SCHOOL LEARNERS ONLY
We are looking for 30 talented young performers from KZN -
Footloose has approximately 13 parts for males and 14 parts for females.
We will also be seeking musicians to make up the ‘live’ band.
Applicants must be in able to sing, dance and act
Applicants must be available for rehearsal every weekend from
16 May – 22 June 2014
Previews and Performances are from 28 June to 13 July 2014.
Applicants must be available for the whole audition to qualify
Applicants must wear comfortable clothing / gym gear and appropriate footwear
Applicants are to bring their own refreshments – water / juice and lunch
Applicants must be prepared to wait between calls

For further enquiries please call
PANSA KwaZulu Natal Regional Coordinator: Nelisa Mzimela
                                     PANSA office Telephone: 031 2014750 or email: kzn@pansa.org.za



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