Enjoy a classic show at the Westville Theater Club

The WESTVILLE Theater Club is proud to welcome two new artists on stage: Dylan Erasmus and Tyler De Dominico.

Talented performers will provide audiences with guitar performances culminating from thousands of hours of practice.

Dylan Erasmus, a young local classical guitarist, will perform works by Francisco Tarrega, Beethoven and Isaac Albéniz.

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Tyler De Dominico, another young local guitarist, will sing and perform on a steel-string guitar. Well known to Westville Theater Club audiences, guitarist Shawn O’Neill will also perform a classical piece.

This trio of talented guitarists will be joined by Jonathan Payne as narrator and vocalists Lawrence Sysum, Candice Bowman and Kim Worth for some “classic” surprises.

There will only be two performances: Friday May 27 at 7:39 p.m. and Sunday May 29 at 2:30 p.m. The public is advised to book early as places are limited.

Sunday’s finale will be a collaboration of the entire cast. Bring your picnic basket and drinks.

It will cost R100 per person, R80 for members, students and retirees.

To book, contact Dorothy at [email protected] or 083 776 1754.

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