A show containing all the favourite holiday classics, A Yuletide Christmas, will be performed at The Drama Factory later this month.
The show features the talents of Morgan King on saxophone, Andy Murray on guitar and vocals and Delicia Ambrose (Van Wyk) on vocals.
The show delivers the magic of the season with beloved holiday classics of Kenny G, Boney M, Mariah Carey, Lady Antebellum, Celine Dion, Michael Buble and Wham, among others like, O Holy Night, Little Drummer Boy, Feliz Navidad, All I Want For Christmas, So This Is Christmas, Let It Snow, Last Christmas and White Christmas.
Morgan King, is a dynamic Cape Town-based saxophonist, whose musical journey commenced at the tender age of 7, when he first embraced the enchanting notes of the violin and piano. By the age of 12, captivated by the alluring sound of the alto saxophone, Morgan found his true musical calling.
In addition to his impressive resume, Morgan continues to work alongside the musical legend Duck Chowles. Regularly gracing the stage at the Barnyard Theatre, Morgan remains a dynamic force in the world of music, captivating audiences with his soul-stirring melodies and contributing to the rich tapestry of South Africa’s musical legacy.
Delicia Ambrose (Van Wyk ) hails from a small town in the Overberg, Myddelton, Caledon. She comes from a musical family and started singing at the tender age of 6.
She has performed in various musicals and theatre productions at the Playhouse Theatre and is currently part of a duo called Mixed Flava. Her passion for people and music shines through every soulful performance on stage.
Andy Murray is no stranger to The Drama Factory patrons, having performed in countless rave review shows with Duck Chowles and The Retro Rewind Band at the venue.
A self-taught, sought-after, award-winning, versatile musician, Andy has paid his dues, having been in the music industry for many years.
He has his own function duo and band, Mixed Flava, but has also performed with various other corporate bands, like Blaze and tribute show bands. Apart from playing the acoustic and lead guitar, Andy also plays the saxophone and has performed with the mariachi group, Los Gitanos.
The show will be on Tuesday December 12, at 7.30pm and tickets are R170 and R180.
All shows can be booked online at www.thedramafactory.co.za or contact 073 215 2290 to book and for more information.