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Strong, independent women celebrated in ‘Diva Feva’

2015-05-29 13:43

THERE has been an outbreak of a highly contagious virus, Diva Feva, at the Rhumbelow Theatre in Cunningham Avenue, Umbilo.

This musically infected fever has been known to bring on episodes of “ego mania, big hair, even bigger vocals and diva demands”.

Join the cast of sexy sirens in this new show packed with attitude, sequins, feathers and dance.

The production showcases strong, independent women who have stopped at nothing to get to the top. They include Marilyn Monroe, The Supremes, Madonna, Roxette, Abba, Katy Perry, Pink, Adele, Whitney Houston, Amy Winehouse, Joan Jett, Tina Turner, Lady Ga Ga and Cher to name a few.

Diva Feva stars Claire Jan Rowlett, Kerry-lee McKibbin, Danielle Fisher and Joanne Fisher Steyn.

Catch Diva Feva at 8 pm on May 29 and 30, at 2 pm on May 30 and at 6.30 pm on May 31.

The venue opens 90 minutes before the show for a picnic dinner. Bring food baskets but no drinks. There is a cash bar.

Tickets are R120 (R100 pensioners and tables of eight or more — first weekend only). Book at Computicket or with Roland at 082 499 8636 or via e-mail at

— Arts Editor

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