Since 1986, I have been running successful Barndances in Cape Town (and all over the Western Cape).

I have been playing guitar and singing for many years now (since the age of 12!) and I have appeared on radio, TV, and on stages all over South Africa.

I learned to call, and to run Barndances, from my late father - the renowned entertainer Keith Blundell. At first I played guitar and mandolin in his Barndance band, and also often danced in his Squaredance demo team. A great way to learn the ropes!

Because I love music and dancing, the evenings are lighthearted and full of fun for everyone.

Caroline’s inspirational passion for barndancing worked wonders for a team event that I arranged for the soft drinks division of SAB’s HR department at Kloofzicht in Gauteng.

The participants were intrigued and all participated! The energy levels were high, there was raucous laughter and good-natured teasing throughout. The comments I got afterwards were: “We had a blast! It was such fun!”

The group was mixed in terms of gender, race and physical ability, but no-one felt marginalised or excluded. I can recommend the “barndance babe” for any function where the aim is good, clean fun. Thanks, Caroline!
— Hanli Buber, SAB