RHUMBELOW THEATRE: Platform Jazz present their new offering, Show Time, this week.

AMSTERDAM BAR: Amsterdam Comedy Club features Dusty Rich tomorrow at 8.30pm at 143 Helen Joseph Rd, Glenwood. After leaving his home town for Joburg in July, Dusty has performed 27 shows as the opening act for Trevor Noah’s one-man show, That’s Racist! and is a regular on the popular Comedy at Parker’s stage. Durban’s Neil Green is the host with Arno Els as support and Mo Magic, a magician who dabbles in comedy, takes the opening slot. R30. Booking advised: 031 811 5449.


HERITAGE THEATRE: Presents Yesterday Once More, a musical look at the works of brother and sister supergroup Richard and Karen Carpenter, known as The Carpenters. Among the songs featured are Close To You, Only Yesterday, Rainy Days and We’ve Only Just Begun. The show features Marion Loudon and Melanie Roberts backed by Chloe Clark on piano and keyboards, Nux Schwartz on guitar, Glen Turrell on bass and Andy Turrell on drums and pedal steel. Ends Sunday. R185 Tuesday dinner and Sunday lunch, R215 Wednesday to Saturday including a two-course meal. To book call 031 765 4197.


RHUMBELOW THEATRE, DBN: Presents the eight-piece band, Platform Jazz, in their new production, Show Time. The line-up features Cathy “Hotlips” Peacock on trumpet, Dunc “The Hunc” Wooldridge on trombone, Ian “Lightning Fingers” Holloway on clarinet, Melvin Peters on piano and more. Expect jazz tunes from films and musicals from the pre-1920s to the present. Runs Friday and Saturday and January 31 to February 2. R120, R100 pensioners at Computicket. Call Roland on 082 499 8636.


BARNYARD THEATRE, Gateway: It’s a case of “long live The King” with Elvis Forever which ends on Sunday. This show captures Elvis’s hits from the 1950s through to the 1970s. Expect to hear Hound Dog, Heartbreak Hotel, Don’t Be Cruel, Jailhouse Rock, Love Me Tender, It’s Now or Never, Return To Sender, Suspicious Minds, Can’t Help Falling In Love, Always On My Mind and the goosebump-inducing American Trilogy. Backing up Shaky Russell on vocals are Granville Michaels and Luasanne Wijnberg, with the band comprising Regardt de Bruin on guitar, Calli Thomson on keys, Fresh Monanyane on bass guitar, Ruan Oosthuyzen on drums, Ola Aina on sax and Stephanie Pais on trumpet. R140 from Wednesday to Saturday, R100 Tuesday night, R95 for Sunday matinee. For bookings call 031 566 3045.




CORNER CAFÉ: Crazy Bingo takes place on January 31. Join comedian Jem Atkins for a night of good, clean fun, comedy and Judd’s famous pizza. 6.30pm for 7pm. R100 includes “bottomless” pizza. Book early: 031 201 0219.


CATALINA THEATRE: Just Yours is a World War II romance set in Durban, 1943, that stages from February 6 to 22. Written and directed by Sandy Bigara (The Game, Animal Tails I & II, Bewitched, Songs of Love, Rapunzel), it is filled with love songs from the 1940s such as Bei Mir Bist du Schön, Auf Wiedersehn, If I Loved You, Just Yours and more. This gripping love story is set on the brink of a life-changing event. R100 show only, R160 show and dinner (at John Dory’s). Book at Computicket.


RHUMBELOW THEATRE, PMB: Presents Rocking the Greatest Hits – Krystle T & the Band is a show filled with music from the 1960s to the present with one singer, one stage and one band. Staging on February 9, each song is a story of struggle, triumph, love and pain. Expect hits from Joe Dolan, Tina Turner, Bon Jovi, Queen, Elvis, Pink, The Corrs, The Cranberries, Adele, Tom Jones, Don McLean and more. Krystle T, Chillie Stent, Shermin Bhagula, Dale Wardell (Habit To) and Sebastian Gilchrist will rock your socks off. R120 at Computicket. Call Roland at 082 499 8636.


DURBAN ICC: The East Coast Radio Kings and Queens of Comedy show features Marc Lottering, Riaad Moosa, Stuart Taylor, Celest Ntuli, Trevor Gumbi, Darren Maule, Ndumiso Lindi, Simmi Areff and more. February 14. R180 to R280 at Computicket.


• To be listed in Boardwalk, e-mail all theatre-related information to latoya.newman@inl.co.za; subject line: boardwalk, by Thursday.