A must-see is Richard Loring’s international musical sensation, “African Footprint” which will thrill audiences with its spectacular song and dance routines, and will proudly keep the South African flag flying high as it tells the tale of African history, culture and spirit. “African Footprint” will be performed on stage at the Theatre of Marcellus in June. They have various dinner and show packages:
- Enjoy a three course set menu at Aurelia’s Restaurant and the show “African Footprint” for R340 per person. Starting time 18h00.
- A buffet dinner and show package is available for the Queen of the Nile Buffet Restaurant at R300 per person. Starting time 18h00.
- A lunch and show package is available on Sundays from 12h30 for R300 per person at Queen of the Nile Buffet Restaurant.
The Odeon Showbar offers a glittering cabaret revue as its main attraction with the razzmatazz musical spectacular “Adrenalin” showing until the end of July. The music spans various genres and offers something for everyone; including classics from the Rolling Stones to Elton John; to the 80’s hits including “Juke Box Hero” by Foreigner.
Marc Antony’s Tobacconist and Cigar Lounge offers guests a host of sensational musical acts and performances. Enjoy the sultry sounds of ex Idols Singer Melanie Louw; Mark and Dezi; Gerry Azor; Outback; and Barcode whilst savouring some of the world’s finest cigars and premium whisky.
Reggae fans are in for a treat with a performance by sensational local outfit “Tidal Waves”, who will perform at 64 @ The Palace on 21 June. 64 @ The Palace also boasts a live performance by acclaimed 2005 SAMA award winner for “Best Adult Contemporary Album”, Phinda on 22 June.
Tickets for the above shows can be booked through the Emperors Palace Box office – follow the links alongside.
During the extended winter school holidays, Joburg’s parents will undoubtedly be left with the question of how to keep their children entertained in a safe and fun environment. The solution might be simpler than you think. A must-see show for the younger audience is the new magical creation “Fairy Dust”. Children with vivid imaginations will be transported into an exciting and interactive world of magic, illusion and mystery in this show performed by illusionist, Vicus Cruywagen. “Fairy Dust” will be performed at 64 @ The Palace from 11 June, Wednesday’s to Sundays.
The Emporium offers children loads of entertainment too. The incomparable and modern Jupiter’s entertainment hub provides specially designed fantasy play rooms, including a marvellous art room and a “neuro-interactive” edutainment room that will blow aspiring astronauts away. Jupiter’s also boasts a mini cinema room where all the latest DVD’s are available for the little ones to watch while being looked after by trained child minders. For thrill seeking teens (and adults) there is the Magic Company, a games arcade offering the hippest video and arcade games!
Nu Metro Emperors Palace houses one of the largest theatres on the African continent, seating over 500 people. There are 6 movie theatres including ultra-modern digital cinema’s and 3D cinema’s, each fitted with a sound system that rivals the best in South Africa. New releases include ‘X Games 3D, The Movie’; Mel Gibson’s ‘The Edge of Darkness’; ‘The Prince of Persia’; Leon Schuster’s new movie “Shucks Tshabalala’s Survival Guide to South Africa”; and “Sex and the City 2”.
Football fever will hit the entertainment resort over June and July with projection screens strategically located around the casino floor and in the Entertainment Emporium. Selected matches will be screened live in the Laduma Family Fun Park in Centre Court. The fun park will cater for the entire family with match screenings for adults and a supervised interactive entertainment area for the kids.
Wondering what to do if you can’t be at the game? Wonder no more! Sportsville, “the next best thing to live” will offer football fans the chance to experience the excitement and spirit of all the football matches. Experience the electrifying atmosphere with friends and family as you cheer your team to victory.
For further information follow the links alongside.