Powerful South African singer, actress and transformational speaker Zolani Mahola will be performing her captivating new solo material at Norval Foundation on Saturday 28 December 2019.
Previously the lead singer of the internationally acclaimed South African music group Freshlyground, Mahola officially announced the launch of her solo career as a musician, storyteller and public speaker in 2015. This led to her recent eight sold-out one-woman show titled ‘The One Who Sings’ recently performed at the Baxter Theatre featuring Sarah Blake on upright bass and Sky Dladla on traditional Xhosa percussion.
Mahola’s performance at the Norval Foundation will include the option of a 3-course dinner before the show at The Skotnes Restaurant. Tickets to the show include admission to the Norval Foundation museum galleries and sculpture garden. Dinner commences at 5:30 pm sharp, and the show starts at 7:30 pm.
Take a look at the rest of the concert details below:
• Tickets cost R390 for the show only, excluding dinner
• Tickets cost R740 for the show, including 3-course dinner
• General Members and Art Club Members receive 10% discount on dinner tickets.