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The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney Houston Show

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The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney Houston Show

22 June - 8 July 2018, Theatre of Marcellus The critically-acclaimed live concert honouring Whitney Houston

The critically-acclaimed live concert honouring the talent, music and memory of Whitney Houston comes to Emperors Palace. Featuring the breath-taking vocals of Belinda Davids, recent winner of BBC's Even Better than the Real Thing  (see videos below).  Davids is accompanied by a fabulous 6-piece live band and dancers, this is a beautifully crafted tribute to one of the world’s most loved and revered singers.

This stunning production will fill you with joy, nostalgia and wonderment as you are taken on a heartfelt musical journey through Houston’s greatest hits including I Will Always Love You, I Wanna Dance With Somebody, How Will I Know, One Moment in Time, I Have Nothing, Run to You, Didn’t We Almost Have It All, Greatest Love of All, I’m Every Woman, Queen of the Night, Exhale (Shoop Shoop) and more.

22 June to 8 July 2018
Theatre of Marcellus
Tickets from R160

Dinner and show packages from R380 per person
Dinner is served at Platia, Tribes, Ocean Basket, Col Cacchio’s, Rosetta’s, Taste of Mumbai and Zen
To confirm your dinner reservation and to see menu choices, please call 011 928 1297 / 1213

Duration: 110 min
All ages

Winners Circle Discount

Maroon Card Holders – 10% Discount
Silver Card Holders - 15% Discount
Black and Gold Card Holders - 20% Discount
(Limited to 2 tickets per cardholder)

For Winners Circle discounts, book at Box Office on 011 928 1297/1213

ACCOMMODATION SPECIAL

Why not stay the night? Get up to 60% off at the Peermont Metcourt Hotel for the night of the show – click here to Book.
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Or contact Central Reservations on 0800 777 900 or 011 928 1928
Accommodation booking does not include tickets to the show

Recent videos from BBC's Even Better than the Real Thing, where South Africa's Belinda Davids was a winner.

 

 

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