Take a trip down musical memory lane

Strict Level 2 Covid-19 protocols will be in place at the Roxy Revue Bar with no mask, no entry.

Ramaine Barreiro-Lloyd, Madeegha Anders and Cole Adams will get everyone’s toes tapping and feet stomping from Friday June 18 to Sunday June 20 at GrandWest’s Roxy Revue Bar in a show called Blame it on the Boogie.

Madeegha Anders is celebrating her 50th year in show business and has performed on many stages around the world. She started singing at the age of four and was 17 years old when she made her professional singing debut in Swaziland, with the late Taliep Petersen and a group of singers, dancers and musicians in a musical called Carnival ala District Six.

Ramaine Barreiro-Lloyd is best known as the Tina Turner of South Africa. She starred in her first major production, Bugsy Malone, at the age of nine. At the age of 12, she joined forces with Emo Adams, Alistair Izobell and Luqmaan Adams to form the group Nu Fancy that toured South Africa along with The Rockets and PJ Powers.

Cole Adams started performing at the age of nine and has appeared in a number of theatre productions all across the country. He recently returned from a tour in the Canary Islands where he was part of a Bruno Mars tribute show for eight months.

Strict Level 2 Covid-19 protocols will be in place at the Roxy Revue Bay with no mask, no entry. The show is at 8pm on Friday and Saturday and 4pm on Sunday.

Tickets cost R150 and limited numbers are available due to Covid-19 regulations. Book through Quicket.