The Play that Goes Wrong is being staged at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre until 29 April.
The market held every Sunday is mainly aimed at raising funds to assist Golden Hours School, which caters for children with special needs. Last Sunday was no different as local residents came in their numbers.
Carol van Tonder, who was a Lifeline counsellor for nine years before starting the Crisis Team, which was founded in 2008 said it was an emotional day reminiscing how far the organisation had come.
R10 000 was raised for various charities on the day.
The Royal Moscow Ballet paid tribute to great Russian composer, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky at the Playhouse Opera on Saturday.
The officers recently began the Enviro Care Education Project which involves a mobile gazebo the officers are able to use to spread their message.
The women recognised at this year’s event were, Sharon van Straaten, Farrah Khan-Maharajh, Rachel Uys, Carol van Tonder, Michelle Currie, Arianne Hayes-Hill, Cathryn Lee Aylett, Jodie-Lee Donnison, Claire de Sylva and Alexandra Wallis.
Durban North resident hosts domestic worker appreciation day.
Thousands of people lived large in colour at this year’s CANSA Shavathon at Gateway Theatre of Shopping on Saturday and Sunday.
Hundreds of Durbanites flocked to the finish line at Blue Lagoon to watch paddlers come in after the three day spectacle.
All the plastic packets collected during the #plasticfreefuture campaign will go to the Magic Bean Foundation for this purpose.