The Golden Days of Springbok Radio

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Do you remember a time when the only home entertainment we had was our precious radio? Do you remember our universally popular Springbok Radio with its plethora of music shows and quiz shows? And, particularly, do you recall the vast numbers of plays, serials, and series? Do you remember, above all, the comedies that could help to lift your spirits at the end of a hard day?

Of course you do - and with affection, I would suggest. Those were the days of Inspector Carr, Henry Simon of the Missing Persons Bureau, of Doctor Paul and Mary Livingston, MD. They were the days of No. 1 and No. 2, Sir Gregory Pitkin, Mildred Murfin and Humbert and Lolita Snetherswaite; the days of Able Seaman Johnson, Percy Snodgrass and Kenneth Wibley.

From 1968 on, the vast majority of comedies was recorded right here in Durban, many of them in front of "live" audiences.

Come and spend a nostalgic evening at the Rhumbelow with Frank Graham, one of South Africa's most versatile character actors and comedians as he re-invokes those memories with his hugely popular brand of humour.

You'll go home with a song in your heart!

  • HEALTH AND SAFETY REGARDING VENUES
  • * All staff will be issued with face shields.
  • * All staff will be issued with mouth and nose coverings.
  • * All venues & equipment will be fogged and sanitized before and after each show.
  • * Hand sanitiser and surface cleaner is available at all our venues to ensure safety.
  • * Where possible windows and doors will be kept open to ensure max ventilation.
  • * All venues will have demarcations to ensure social distancing on arrival and in the venues.


  • HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR PATRONS

  • * Patrons need to wear a face and nose covering at all times in the venue except when eating or drinking.
  • * All patrons will have their temperature taken on arrival at the venue.
  • * All patrons will be required to complete an indemnity form, travel & Covid form & an attendance register with all appropriate information including confirmation of co-habiting/family/socialising groups when attending.
  • * All patrons will be hand sanitized on arrival.
  • * All patrons will be requested to bring hand sanitizer with them to the venue.
  • * Any patron who does not meet the required Health & Safety protocols and temperature check will be refused entry.
  • * Patrons above the age of 60 or a person with co-morbidities will be discouraged from attending performances.

  • (Government Guidelines - please be guided by your own health status)

No under 5

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Kwazulu-Natal
Rhumbelow Theatre, P M B
Kwazulu-Natal
-
R - R
Kwazulu-Natal
Rhumbelow Theatre, Northlands
Kwazulu-Natal
-
R - R

Venue



Do you remember a time when the only home entertainment we had was our precious radio? Do you remember our universally popular Springbok Radio with its plethora of music shows and quiz shows? And, particularly, do you recall the vast numbers of plays, serials, and series? Do you remember, above all, the comedies that could help to lift your spirits at the end of a hard day?

Of course you do - and with affection, I would suggest. Those were the days of Inspector Carr, Henry Simon of the Missing Persons Bureau, of Doctor Paul and Mary Livingston, MD. They were the days of No. 1 and No. 2, Sir Gregory Pitkin, Mildred Murfin and Humbert and Lolita Snetherswaite; the days of Able Seaman Johnson, Percy Snodgrass and Kenneth Wibley.

From 1968 on, the vast majority of comedies was recorded right here in Durban, many of them in front of "live" audiences.

Come and spend a nostalgic evening at the Rhumbelow with Frank Graham, one of South Africa's most versatile character actors and comedians as he re-invokes those memories with his hugely popular brand of humour.

You'll go home with a song in your heart!

  • HEALTH AND SAFETY REGARDING VENUES
  • * All staff will be issued with face shields.
  • * All staff will be issued with mouth and nose coverings.
  • * All venues & equipment will be fogged and sanitized before and after each show.
  • * Hand sanitiser and surface cleaner is available at all our venues to ensure safety.
  • * Where possible windows and doors will be kept open to ensure max ventilation.
  • * All venues will have demarcations to ensure social distancing on arrival and in the venues.


  • HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR PATRONS

  • * Patrons need to wear a face and nose covering at all times in the venue except when eating or drinking.
  • * All patrons will have their temperature taken on arrival at the venue.
  • * All patrons will be required to complete an indemnity form, travel & Covid form & an attendance register with all appropriate information including confirmation of co-habiting/family/socialising groups when attending.
  • * All patrons will be hand sanitized on arrival.
  • * All patrons will be requested to bring hand sanitizer with them to the venue.
  • * Any patron who does not meet the required Health & Safety protocols and temperature check will be refused entry.
  • * Patrons above the age of 60 or a person with co-morbidities will be discouraged from attending performances.

  • (Government Guidelines - please be guided by your own health status)

No under 5

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