An Evening like No Other
SUNCOAST invites you to spend a night amongst the stars at the 7th edition of CANSA Night of 100 Stars on Monday, 9 November 2015!
CANSA Night of 100 Stars is an annual fundraising ball filled with glitz, glamour and performances from some of South Africa’s most recognisable faces. This year’s event line up includes Samantha Peo, one of the most successful musical theatre and corporate theatre entertainers in the country and has been a judge on the past 3 seasons of Strictly Come Dancing. Artist, photographer and creative, John Adams will showcase live performance art along with theatre extraordinaire and Strictly Come Dancing host, Ian Von Memerty, and his wife ‘Queen of Dance’, Vivienne Lawrence.
Home grown artists such as Durban-born singer/ songwriter Natalie Rungan, will share the stage with Cape born pop sensation and South African Idols contestant Brandon October and the local American folk group The South Jersey PomPoms, joined by the madly talented Anton Cawthorn-Blazeby.
Directed by Mark Hawkins and Musical Direction by Shem Mahabeer, this year’s spectacular event also features The Solid Gold Band, Lisa Bobbert and Aaron McIllroy and a host of other artists.
Executive Director of SUNCOAST, Mike Dowsley says “From the beginning of our partnership with CANSA KZN we have not only hosted magical evenings, but also assisted in raising much needed funds that assist in the fight against cancer. This year, we shall be doing it again, so be sure to join us and be entertained in aid of a good cause”.
Cara Noble, CANSA’s Durban Divisional Services Manager says “Fundraising events such as the Night of 100 Stars are truly amazing and rewarding, not only are you enchanted by the performers but your participation goes towards saving lives. Cancer is a disease that has affected and claimed many lives; your participation in this event will go towards fighting this disease and making a difference too many lives around the world”.
All proceeds made on the evening will go towards CANSA KZN’s cancer research projects and awareness campaigns in the Durban region, with the aim to bring hope and the possibility of a better life to all cancer survivors.
Tickets for the event are on sale at R 500 per person or R 5000 per table and include entertainment and a three course dinner. The dress code for the evening is Hollywood glam, so dust off those feathers and put on your bling it’s going to be a night to remember! To book tickets contact Cara Noble on email@example.com
ABOUT SUNCOAST CASINO, HOTELS AND ENTERTAINMENT:
Influenced by the Art Deco style of Miami South Beach, SUNCOAST Casino, Hotels & Entertainment is Durban’s leading gamer-tainment destination. It boasts unparalleled atmosphere from its location on Durban’s stretch of palm-lined beaches known as the Golden Mile and is within walking distance of the iconic Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Winner of the BMW Supertech KZN Top Business Award – Tourism Category 2014, voted KwaZulu-Natal’s “Best Casino” for the 13th year running, in the 2016 Daily News Your Choice Awards, the 2014 Ask Afrika Orange Index customer service award winning in the Casino Industry category, and recipient of the 2016 certificate of excellence by TripAdvisor.
SUNCOAST Casino, Hotels and Entertainment continues to be an integral part of the Durban entertainment scene.
SUNCOAST has a gaming floor of over 7,000m2, with coinless SMART technology, 1,600 slot machines, 67 gaming tables, and an exclusive Salon Prive called 77 Ocean Drive for higher limit slots and tables.
SUNCOAST opens onto a boardwalk which links to uShaka Marine World to the south and Moses Mabhida stadium and Blue Lagoon to the north.
There is a superb grassed area between SUNCOAST and the beach offering loungers and umbrellas for the beachgoer.
The SUNCOAST Durban complex also offers 5-star conference and eventing venues plus superior accommodation at the sea-facing Suncoast Towers and SunSquare Suncoast with its Balinese-style spa and stylish Jeera Restaurant.
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