What’s On Wednesday 8 – 14 FEB 17

So much events to attend and so little time!

Well at least we know that one can never be bored or have a dull moment in Cape Town. We had two events we attended last Saturday and had a really good time and met up with some amazing people and got to meet some new people too. Some blogs to follow soon.

This What’s On Wednesday installment will continue to give ideas of events for each day over the next seven days.

[the day is over as we’re quite busy and some what late but the event is running for more than a day and allows you an opportunity to still get out there to see it]

Wednesday 8 February 2017
Riaad Moosa in Life Begins at 40 is on at Baxter Theatre and will also be showing in Witbank and Krugersdorp in March. Doctor Riaad Moosa is an award-winning comedian, presenter, writer and actor; and happens to be a qualified medical doctor as well!
[Image courtesy of Riaad Moosa]

Thursday 9 February 2017
Mama Africa The Musical telling the story of Miriam Makeba an amazing and great woman of South Africa and celebrating her role in our country. On at Artscape until the 12 Feb 17.
[Image courtesy of Artscape Theatre Centre]

Friday 10 February 2017
Catch the Sunday Times Cover Band at Dizzys Camps Bay as part of their weekly Live Music Friday gigs showcasing local bands, great food and craft beers available too.
[Image courtesy of Dizzys Camps Bay]

Saturday 11 February 2017
Blood Brothers, by the author of Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine, is a haunting rags to riches tragedy of our times is on at Artscape.
[Image courtesy of Artscape Theatre Centre]

Sunday 12 February 2017
The last day for the world-famous Great Moscow Circus in Cape Town with an all new world premiere program.
[Image/s courtesy of The Great Moscow Circus]

Monday 13 February 2017
‘Extrinsic/Intrinsic’, features 11 never before exhibited Oil Paintings by South African Artist Leanne Olivier at the Jan Royce Gallery
[Image/s Courtesy of Jan Royce Gallery]

Tuesday 14 February 2017
Florian Zeller’s The Mother (translated from French to English by Christopher Hampton) is set to have its South African premiere at the Fugard Studio from 7 February 2017 and will run until 4 March 2017
[Image courtesy of Fugard Theatre]

We look forward to hearing your feedback about which events you were at and your experience. You can post these on our Cape Tourism Connect Facebook Page.

There are some previous What’s On Wednesday Blogs, find the links herewith, as these have some events that are still on; should you wish to get more options than this current blog.

What’s On Wednesdays 1-7 Feb 17
What’s On Wednesdays 25- 31 Jan 17
What’s On Wednesdays 18 – 24 Jan 2017
What’s On Wednesdays In Cape Town


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