"Top of the morning" as Durban celebrates St Patrick's Day. Enjoy all sorts of fine mouth-watering foods while enjoying live act performances. The city of Durbs has it all.
Where will you be on the 17- 19 March?
Weekend 17 to 19 March Durban
Friday 17 March
SEE: Seeing is Believing at Midlands Dance Theatre Centre for just R50-R70 at 19:00.
DO: Dance like an Irish at Royal Natal Yacht Club in celebration to St Patrick's Day starting at 19:00 at the cost of R170.
TASTE: Four15's popular Mexican eatery where eating with your hands is a norm.
EXPLORE: The March Madness Weekend Escape package offers a variety of fun family times from camping, caravaning and chalet accommodation, with a healthy dose of fun thrown in for good measure.
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Saturday 18 March
SEE: Design Indaba's emerging creatives programme featuring promising young minds of South Africa at KZNSA Gallery.
DO: Sing along to songs like "We'll Meet Again", "The White Cliffs of Dover", "We'll Gather Lilacs", "There`ll Always be an England", and "A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square" at Dame Vera Lynn 100 year birthday at Rhumbelow Theatre from R70-R150.
TASTE: Spice things up at Goundens Restaurant and enjoy homemade bunny chows and Durban curry.
EXPLORE: Explore a different sound of music with the SA's national treasure and soprano Sibongile Mngoma at the Opera gala in Pinetown Methodist Church.
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Sunday 19 March
SEE: Catch the last installment of Beyond Binaries from the Qala! collective exhibition featuring fellow South Africans artist, together with artists from Gabon, Zimbabwe, the DR Congo, Mozambique and Namibia at KZNSA Gallery.
DO: Sol Sundays sessions at Crusaders are the best way to end off the weekend.
TATSE: Breakfast rolls, pancakes, curries, hamburgers, chips and pasta at The Golden Hours Family Market.
EXPLORE: 'Sup Durbs Hawaiian style with Xpression on the beach.