Cape Town

Women Warriors and Me Time in Hout Bay

Its Women’s Month and Hout Bay Tourism Connect is asking you to join them in saluting the women who help the cogs turn for you to enjoy as you Discover Hout Bay, where you can experience a microcosm of South Africa in a seaside town steeped in history, cultural diversity with breathtaking views that encompasses the ocean and mountains.

Follow their social media channels on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter during August as they share about the women who help build what you get to experience in Hout Bay, a destination to Visit, Live, Work and Play.

You can also share your story of what you would spend as #MeTime as comments on their posts, especially after having to navigate life after these past few months of the pandemic, causing the world to go into lockdown. We’re sure that women have been instrumental in holding the “fort” playing multi-functional roles balancing home and work life at exactly the same time in the same space during this time. With things easing up and leisure travel being allowed its time to reward yourself and take care of your emotional and physical well being.

The women who have been doing this in Hout Bay should be saluted along with the many others out there and they’re asking you to help build a tribe as you support one another and fix each other’s crowns, as all strive to inspire and motivate. Share your story on their posts of how you have coped during this time and what survival tactics you have used.

We’re looking forward to seeing all the stories and ideas from you #WarriorWomen and what #MeTime you would like to experience.
For more info about Hout Bay, you can contact them at
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Long March To Freedom

Long March to Freedom Sculpture Exhibition is now open at Century City.

There have been many that made a stand and their mark, and created an opportunity to bring forth a people that would be the result of the South Africa we have today.

Some mean more to others and some mean absolutely nothing to anyone and that’s the beauty of it all in that we have people from all walks of life that have contributed to the history of South Africa and thus having an attraction of this nature helps us to share, learn and grow. Through it all giving cause for celebration to all the people of our beautiful land.

“Quite long ago, my Forebearers extended a hand of friendship to the people of Europe when they came to that continent. What has happened to the extension of that hand only history can say.”

Watch this video by our friends from African Travel Crew who helped bring this story and attraction to us in more than just looking at statues of South Africa’s Heroes.

I was so happy when I got to learn about the exhibition coming to Cape Town after having seen the video originally because of working with African Travel Crew and helping to find stories of the gems of people of #IAMCAPETOWN to get a sense of what the kind of work it is we will be doing.

Listening to Dali Tambo, share the vision of how he came about the idea of this exhibition is just the kind of thing that helps us show that there is divine energy and that things will happen for the right reasons. The National Heritage Project Company started off the exhibition of life-sized bronze statues, Long March To Freedom celebrating South African Icons, in Maropeng at the Cradle Of Humankind. Read more about it here.

I look forward to many people heading to go see, learn, and share what their take out is on it all as part of the journey of growth as a people and country. Get your tickets at computicket and do tell us in the comments about your experience.

“Never, never and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another.” ~ Nelson Mandela

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Best of Boogie at Artscape

What a fantastic, awesome, amazingly fabulous show Best of Boogie was at Artscape on Thursday night. We supported a Street Smart South Africa FUNdraiser to help raise funds for the office operations.

We loved the local twist by the hosts giving a really entertaining and great experience of life on the Cape Flats with music from the 70’s and 80’s.
There was great transition between songs and I actually knew every one of the songs.

I really enjoyed the dance moves burning up the stage by all the entertainers but especially the ever popular jazz piece by Ann Siroky and partner was such a vibe.

Beautiful voices and soulful plus upbeat lyrics had the audience go crazy with each song that was performed, singing along as if they were part of the show, the crowd was really diverse and it was wonderful how it brought the entire crowd together by music that everyone knew.

Each of the costume changes just added that extra touch of a great show, the live band and great lighting also brought everything together.

Usually I would not sing along or dance as I grew up with almost no music. The nostalgia of my high school days and school bus music had me singing along with every song throughout the show and I ended up dancing too which to me means the show was really of the best I’ve been to.
It’s a definite must see and will be on until 17 November at Artscape.

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This weekend past we were invited by THAT Network to Bootlegger Three Anchor Bay to check out the menu which included some new summer desserts and to specifically try their burgers.

The Bootlegger Coffee Company restaurants are well known for their coffees but their delectable menu is enough to make it an option for a good meal too. They are quite family friendly and this store is the only Halaal one in the country, if not the continent.

We spent a leisurely evening taking in the buzz and figuring out what to drink and eat. The menu is great in that they serve breakfast all day and also relatively well priced and the service and food are good.

We started off with milkshakes, to cool down from the days activities and also because we first needed a little bit of a treat. Eddy had the peppermint crisp and the toasted Bootlegger banana bread which was quite different and although the idea of mushy cake is not nice to think of it was actually quite nice and flavorful.

We opted to go for burgers which were not what we usually would have. A no-bun beef burger with soft poached egg and tomato relish was actually quite delicious with a side of sweet potato chips and there was a spot saved for decadent dessert where the bun would have gone. The new Kentucky Style Chicken burger with southern fried chicken, shredded lettuce, mayo and hand-cut chips hit the spot for Eddy.

Before dessert we decided to ensure all of the burger was washed down with the most popular soft drink for Cape Town being a Coke which is Eddy’s fave and their Fresh Juices are a good alternative to the soft drinks and number seven was just the right one with pineapple, apple, fresh turmeric and ginger. Refreshingly good for the senses.

We got to chat to some of the people who were also invited and that allowed us some breathing space to get ready for the dessert. Someone opted for plain vanilla ice cream, but the salted chocolate and peanut butter cookie could not be passed at all, smooth silky spoonfuls of deliciousness with just the right texture of a well flavored cookie was the perfect way to end off the night.

Overall we had a good experience and evening and look forward to heading back with some friends so that we can try out some of the other things on the menu. I particularly liked the sound of the Buddha Bowls and think I might need to just have another fix of the same dessert.

If you have been or do go let us know in the comments what you think and what you had and also what your fave dessert option would be.

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Burn The Floor at Baxter Theatre

Thought you saw smoke around Baxter Theatre last night, don’t worry there was no fire only the heat from the dancers setting the stage on fire with their exquisite choreography for Burn The Floor The Rebel Tour with their last leg in South Africa of this World Tour.
[Image courtesy of Burn The Floor photo gallery]

You too can enjoy the feet tapping and stomping moments by getting your tickets now at Webtickets or Pick n Pay, only running till 17 August at Baxter Theatre in Cape Town.


We were awestruck with the sheer agility and energy from an amazing cast of dancers, vocalists, and musicians and did not want it to end at all! Every bit of the show is such a pleasure to watch and is a definite must-see.

These Rebels of The Ballroom will be sure to bring more than your Grandma’s Ballroom and ignite a passion of energetic feelings in you, so be sure to book now, you will not be disappointed at all.

[Image courtesy of Burn The Floor photo gallery]

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Oh, It’s the most wonderful time of year. For it’s the super cool and super fab winter twin sister of Sizzled summer music and food festival. Drizzled is Cape Town’s First Original Winter Music festival.

Launched in 2018, This year they’re doing it differently and changing the game forever! With an aim to change a culture that has an under-represented woman in the music community. In solidarity and on the eve of Women’s month an all-female line-up has been curated to spotlight the City’s most vibrant selectors and music artist to headline Drizzled 2019. Yep, they’re kicking off Women’s month early to honour our woman. This is more than an event, it’s a campaign to let you know woman are out there and they too can do what guys can do, #SoMuchBetta.

That’s right lovelies, come indulge in amazing gourmet street food and get down to a plethora of music genres featuring SA’s freshest underground hip hop, house and electronic music artists.

Drizzled on Youtube

DATE: Sunday 28 July 2019
VENUE: Mason’s Press, Woodlands Road, Woodstock, Cape Town
TIME: 12pm – 10pm


#SoMuchBetta Main Stage:
– Portia Luma (House)
– JAY ME (House/Disco)
– GinaJeanz (Hip-Hop/Future)
– Dj-Cea For-tuin (Hip-Hop)
– Miss BEX (Hip-Hop)
– TINY T (Hip-Hop)
– Kixi (House)
– Fizz & Shai-A (House)

Outdoor Connect Stage:
– Shady CT (Live Hip-Hop)
– HoodShed(Live Neo Soul/Hip-Hop)
– Diggaz
– Jean-Pierre Julius
– John Slingers
– Myrim Khatib
– Neil Gain
– Nigel Jaxx

– Tacos Locos
– 58’more Bites
– NAKED pizza
– Bali Food Truck
– Street Chef’s
– Food Rockets

– Phase 1: R100 (Limited)
– Phase 2: R150 (Limited)

Tickets can be purchased online or at any Checkers stores nationwide. Please note our age policy: Regrettably no person’s under 21 may enter.

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Pilgrimage with a Purpose

Sometimes the connect part of the name Cape Tourism Connect makes so much more sense when we’re reminded of the times when the actual connection is made.

Mel & Fuad
About 5 years ago I introduced Cape Camino to Melanie Burke a long time friend who I share a birthday with and so much more since we first met. We both believe that things happen as and when they should. So it was inevitable that the connection with Gabrielle and Melanie would result in something special and so as the Chairperson for StreetSmart South Africa, Melanie got the ball rolling to have all Cape Camino legs covered over a period of five years as part of fundraising efforts for StreetSmart South Africa. I personally participated in at least one of these fundraisers as I thankfully was available and in Cape Town at the time.


The journey is coming full circle or shall we say an infinite loop as per the idea of the Cape Camino and symbol we were introduced to in the shape it forms across the Cape Peninsula. Cape Camino has grown and prospered over the years and it’s amazing to see how much energy and experiences have been discovered and uncovered by all who go on this journey. Besides the Street Smart fundraiser there are some other legs or routes I have done as well and it’s been an interesting experience. I will be covering some more about this in another blog.


This blog is about the Street Smart fundraisers for 2019, of which Melanie is personally doing one as part of her own journey one step at a time. Read more about her embarking on her personal pilgrimage with a purpose on the Camino Francés in Northern Spain, where she will be walking a 120km to help to raise awareness and R50 000 for the upliftment of homeless children in South Africa. To pledge your support and donate towards the fundraising click here.


Looking forward to seeing Melanie’s target amount being reached and exceeded and also waiting to hear all about her experience when she returns.

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Oxygen | Afrika Ablaze 2019

Afrika Ablaze Oxygen Cover

Ask someone whose land is this where poetry fails to capture the grief of loss and love, of tied up tongues, speechless, stumbling around in dirt and dust amongst fallen cradles with bloodied identities… where conversations fail to explain how some live watching strangers build walls around a mountain stream that once quenched thirsty souls…~ Glenda Jones

Ayana/Afrika Ablaze Dance Company is poised to present their latest and possibly one of their most challenging productions to date. Audiences can expect to be riveted to their seats by a compelling dance/drama performance.

The MASTERMIND: Highly acclaimed theatre maker, Glenda Jones, has once again written a script of brutal honesty that has all the makings of a brilliant and captivating production.

The ARCHITECT: Head Choreographer, Danielle-Marie Jones, is currently doing her Masters in Theatre & Performance (UCT). Jones, a recipient of the meritorious achievement award in the Performing and Creative Arts will once again be stunning crowds with her alternate, creative and innovative style.

“This was dance theatre at it’s very best” ~Marilyn Anderson, 2018

The DREAM TEAM: A team of outstanding actresses; Melissa Haiden, Bianca Mannie; and Nicole Bester will nurture the cast. Acrobatic Movement Coordinator, Chad Smith, and the dance team will once again be spinning their magic with OXYGEN as witnessed in the company’s highly reviewed 2018 production, When Cranes Cry.

“The quality and message of the show is world class” ~Derek Ronnie,2018

The ENGINE ROOM: Expect amazing levels of creativity from creative Directors Rikki Lee& Cindy Solomon, Marketing Director – Gino Solomon, Operations Manager – Natasha Beckett, Stage Managers – Kelly Gilbert & Desmond Roos, Backstage Manager – Cindy Solomon, Wardrobe – Sandra Floris, Logistics – Nawaal Gallant.

“The world needs more of this. Well done, Afrika Ablaze” ~ Chad van der Westhuizen, 2018

The INCREDIBLE CAST: Bianca Mannie, Nicole Bester, David Mwamba, Chad Smith, Danny Jones, Quisha Dawood, Lauren Jacobs, Edwill Meyer, Lindiwe Le Brasseur, Achaia Beukes, Robyn-Dee Van Neel, Davante Donjeany, Wade Segers, Ntando Mtsi-Sithole, Shane Rudolph, Zeah Jeaven, Jazmin Lee Prins, Thembelihle Shinga, Sage van der Vent, Tyra van der Vent, Jenna Luruli, Cassey Reines, Amahle Mtoto, Asange Nobhakada, Sara Daniels, Jada Daniels, Zara Lee Gorridon, Sade Adams, Che-lin Floris and a brand new additional cast of performers who successfully made it through the 2019 OXYGEN auditions.

“I think Afrika Ablaze should do a world tour!”  ~ Simone Momplé, 2018

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24th Cape Town International Kite Festival

Come and meet an aerial ‘big five’ when Nemo, Squid, Octopus, Red Teddy and Bertie the Worm take to the skies at the 24th Cape Town International Kite Festival on 27 and 28 October, in Muizenberg. It is Africa’s biggest kite festival and sees kiters from around the world flying incredible kite creations in support of Cape Mental Health, South Africa’s oldest mental health organisation.

The annual kiting extravaganza is the grand finale to October’s Mental Health Month campaign and has been flying in support of Cape Mental Health since 1994.

Kite Fest 1

“Rise Up is our theme for 2018,” says Ingrid Daniels, director of Cape Mental Health and president elect of the World Federation for Mental Health. “We believe everyone is born with potential to rise up beyond life’s circumstances. Our mission and the services we provide help people realise this potential and overcome mental health challenges they may encounter. Kites are one of the tools we use. Almost everyone feels inspired when they simply lift their heads and look up.”

Statistics show that every year one person in four will have a mental health condition. Mental health affects everyone but for people living in a disadvantaged urban or rural community, the impact of disability and poverty can be particularly challenging.

At just R40 per person (and R15 for children 12 years old and younger) this spectacular event offers affordable, fresh-air fun that is good for you and your family, as well as helping those affected by mental health problems.

Bring along your own kite to fly in the public flying arena, buy a kite when you are there or make a kite at one of the many free kite-making workshops for children and adults, on both days of the festival.

There is also live entertainment (dance, music and comedy), a tea garden, food trucks and fairground rides. The free, supervised Toddler Zone gives parents a chance to sit down and relax. Visitors are welcome to bring along a picnic but please leave dogs at home.

The 24th Cape Town International Kite Festival is at Zandvlei Nature Reserve, Muizenberg (corner of Axminster and The Row) on 27 and 28 October, from 10 am to 6 pm. There is lots of parking at Muizenberg High School and access by train (False Bay or Muizenberg stations). Entry is R40 (R15 for children 12 years and under). Tickets are available at the gate or via

For info visit, contact Cape Mental Health on 021 447 9040 / or follow @CTKiteFest on FacebookTwitter and Instagram or our hashtag #RiseUpAndFly

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What’s On Wednesday 14 – 21 Mar 2018

What’s On Wednesday 14 – 21 Mar 2018

We’re pretty sure this is what you have been looking for. You have found it, your weekly list of events in one spot on a blog that has a variety of events lined up! Giving you a multitude of choices from one Wednesday to the next making life easier for you to find as many events as we could possibly find, all in one space. If we missed an event or you are planning, know of or have an event please connect with us via our contact page.

Wednesday 14 March 2018
Quiz Night | Hout Bay Montessori at Woodcutters Arms
Test your general knowledge at the annual Hout Bay Montessori Quiz Night.
* Friends and family welcome
* Tickets R50 | Book your spot with Lily in the school admin office

Keep the act alive and Perform!
KTTA aims to open up a platform for artists to express themselves and their passions and get performance experience, while being surround and supported by like minded and encouraging artists. We want to share our safe space and mutual love for the arts with you amazing artists from all over cape Town and to keep the act alive.

Book Club Meeting
Topic for March: End of the world disasters or Post-apocalyptic novels. All welcome!

Startup Grind with Patrick Schofield on Crowdfunding in SA.
Join us at Startup Grind where Patrick will share his knowledge and experience on how you can take advantage of technology to raise money and to invest.

Monique Steyn LIVE at Springbok Blues
With her striking voice and rare beauty to match, MoniQue Steyn has become a sensation with her duet, “Hartseer”, with Ruhan du Toit of Touch of Class. She will be performing at Springbok Blues Restaurant.

The Dusty Rhodes Band Live at Clovelly Country Club
Join us at Clovelly Country Club. (177 Clovelly Road, Clovelly) on Saturday the 10 March 2018 from 6:00pm – 10:00pm. Let the Dusty Rhodes Band entertain you with covers from Rolling Stones, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Neil Young, David Bowie, Beatles, The Eagles, Queen, Jethro Tull and many more…
For more information on the venue:
Tel: 021 784 2111 | Email:

CareCruisers – an evening to discuss homelessness
Would you like to understand more about the challenges of living in the streets? And how to make a change at your own level? This is the aim of the CareCruisers’ event that will be held on the 14th of March at the Alliance Française.

Unicorn Easter Egg Class
In this once off Easter class learn how to:
Turn a white Easter egg into a magical unicorn. Using the egg for the body, we will model a unicorn face and legs onto the egg. Use as a pretty Easter gift. R480, all materials included. No previous experience needed. Booking essential

The Unknown legend
The Unknown legend series is our version of an open mic. Every week we bring you acts who are either fairly new to the scene, or have possibly been around for a little while, but might not be household names just yet, hopefully this changes that. We believe in the talent Cape Town has to offer and would like to showcase that.

Open Mic Night | until 30 Jan 2019
A weekly Open Mic Night to showcase those with the creative buzz. For any kind of performer- poetry, comedy, musings, music, monologue and miscellaneous! Guest headliners, up-n-comers and first-timers meet in the chilled surroundings of The Rabbit Hole to take the stage! We recommend that performers arrive in time for doors at 7:30pm to avoid disappointment – slots are allocated on the evening and are no longer than 20 mins.

Randy’s Braai Night | until 18 Apr 18
Most LEKKER traditional South African Braai in Cape Town! Make sure you and your pals head to the Randy Warthog on Wednesday nights and be part of the action. The fire starts at 7pm. Tickets ONLY R80.

Wednesday Night Beginners pottery classes
Join us at Morgan-Wilson Ceramic Studio for a variety ceramic/pottery classes and workshops. We have classes for Kids and Adults. On Tuesday Nights we have our drawing classes from 6-8 pm. On Friday nights from 6-8 pm we have Sculpture classes with Chris. Classes are small for hands-on, so please sign-up beforehand or come and visit us at Triggerfish brewery. For more information please call or whatsapp Tinka on 072 831 3202. We are located in Paardevlei, building 9, De Beers Avenue.

Qigong on the Beach
Join Shift with Lance Rex Pye of EnerQi for weekly morning qigong classes on Fishhoek beach. Wednesday Mornings: 7 am – 8 am. Classes are open to all. Only Gratitude offerings from a joyful and willing heart will be accepted 🙂

Warm-Up Wednesday Run
We want to help you get fit for #GunRun2018! Come and join us for a social 5km or 8km jog every Wednesday evening hosted by Atlantic Athletic Club.

The Vineyard Oval Market is a weekly Wednesday Night Market situated in the heartbeat of the Southern Suburbs at Maynardville Park , Wynberg 4pm – 9pm22540097_533525713660964_2725558179017791608_n.jpg
[Image courtesy of The Vineyard Oval Market and AME Consulting]

Earth Fair Market Tokai | Open every Wednesday 3-8pm | Expect to find good local artisanal products, great activities for the kids and a wonderful vibey atmosphere to enjoy.
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Thursday 15 March 2018
Dara from Under the Tree live at City Bowl Market
Dara Under the Tree is an avid song writer and has composed many compositions and songs of which more will be released soon! Raised in a family where music was a priority and trained in classical piano since age 4 with basic singing training which started at the age of 15 and did one year of professional singing training at Stellenbosch University Music Conservatory. Make sure not to miss this wonderful talented musician . Free entrance.
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Thurs: Tantalizing Thai Interactive Cooking Class
An interactive & handson cooking experience in Fresnaye (Sea Point) incorporating beautiful Asian and specifically Thai inspired food.  Denise (owner, host and chef at G&L) travels to Thailand regularly and her love for Asian cuisine really shine through in the menus and dishes created at these events.  R695* pp including menu | recipes | wine

Chunda Munki at Retro’s!
We’re “switching on the night” with Olmeca Tequila and Chunda Munki at Retro’s Music Bar – Claremont! Drink Specials | No under 18s | Entrance: R20 
Dress: No Effort, No Entry | Keyring holders get free entry plus one. | R.O.A.R

The Fruits of Our Labour: A tour with Michele Mathison
‘The Fruits of Our Labour’ is a walking tour with the artist, Michele Mathison and Zeitz MOCAA Assistant Curator of Sculpture, Marijke Andrea Tymbios.

Born in South Africa, raised in Zimbabwe, Michele Mathison creates work inspired by his surroundings. Addressing issues of labour, agriculture and humanity’s treatment of- and dependence on natural resources in his work, this tour includes a discussion of the socio-economic and political climates that impact on these concerns.

Crack Clinic at City ROCK Cape Town
Ever figured out what makes crack climbing so interesting? Neither have we, so join us for a fix on Thursday 15th March 2018 from 6 to 8pm. Our very own crack wiz, Robert Breyer will show you the ins and outs of hand jamming, arm barring, and all the weird and wacky techniques that will help you cam, jam, and layback your way to the summit of your first ever crack climb.

Fishpeople Film Screening
You’ve asked. We’ve listened. So, back by popular demand; we’re hosting another screening of FISHPEOPLE.
The doccie tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea. From surfers and spearfishers to a former coal miner and a group of at-risk kids in San Francisco.

ShenFM Live at Cantina Tequila | until 15 Mar 18
Join us every Thursday from 7pm to enjoy the sounds of ShenFM Live! Entrance is free of charge, but be sure to book your table.

Gareth James Live at Findlays On the Bay | until 29 Mar 18
In his career, Gareth James has rocked with some of the biggest names in the South African music industry, Prime Circle, Dirty Skirts, Mark Haze (Idols Runner Up 2011) & 12th Avenue, Jesse Jordan Band and The Parlotones to name but a few and also featured in The Blue Rock Gospel Festival, alongside the likes of Heinz Winckler and many more.
Make a booking and don’t miss out on Gareth James Live every Thursday @ Findlays
Bookings at: 021 554 9897 or  email: 27459011_357882304688732_4790830124938850013_n.jpg

Afro-Latin Flava Thursday | until 29 Mar 18
Experience the magic of Salsa, Bachata and Kizomba all on one night! Less fuel, more party… convenient right?

Thursdays at The Station
The Station on Bree turns every Thursday into a Friday. > ! Join us for an evening to remember every Thursday with amazing live entertainment, awesome cocktails and bloody good food! We have a mixture of music this summer and some real good specials.

Cape Malay Buffet Lunch & Live Jazz
Come and enjoy a traditional yet trendy Cape Malay inspired three course lunch while listening to the soothing sounds of our jazz musicians playing live.  This three course buffet lunch can be enjoyed every Wednesday until Sunday from 12:30pm to 3pm for only R150 per person including a welcome drink. Amazing competitions for guests & friends.

Noordhoek Community Market at Cape Point Vineyards
Join the Noordhoek locals at Cape Point Vineyards for a taste of the best market fare in the Cape, every Thursday from 4:30 to 8:30pm


Date Night at Vista Marina Restaurant
Every Thursday night Vista Marina Restaurant CPT presents Date Night. Enjoy the swooning sounds of Ricky Botsis in the intimate setting of our beautiful restaurant whilst enjoying a tapas platter to share and a bottle of Deetlefs Wine Estate wine per table.

Thursday night Jam in the Pot
The Melting Pot invites you to come to our live music jam session every Thursday night. Entrance is free.

Earth Fair Market St Georges Mall | Thursdays 11am – 3pm | It is difficult to put into words the special kind of magic that happens in the centre of our beautiful city on a daily basis. There is an energy and a magic that is tangible – I challenge you to take a walk through the Company Gardens and around the city centre to see if you can’t feel it… We, at Earth Fair Market are the luckiest bunch on earth to be able to call the little piece of paradise between Wale Street and Church Street our home every Thursday.

Friday 16 March 2018
The Blowfish Sundowner sessions presents Matt Carstens
Catch you at Blowfish Restaurant this Friday, the 16th of March between 5:30-7:30pm for our weekly Sundowner sessions.

We’ve once again got the massively talented Matt Carstens who’ll be entertaining you with his fantastic looping skills. Matt is able to create a number of vocal and guitar sounds, so much so that you’d be forgiven in thinking he had a full band behind him, or playing backtracks. This guy is the real deal though, definitely not one to be missed!

1925 Band LIVE at Springbok Blues
The 3 brothers are known to entertain the audience with 3 part harmonies and music that get them singing and dancing from start to finish. Their debut album, Horizon, launched in 2014 bringing a whole new sound to their music. The album featured 8 original tracks including “Gedig op my arm”, “Servette”, and “Horizonkind” which received radio play.

JHP Live at Dizzy’s Camps Bay
Jimm Harisson Project is a Cape Town based folk/rock/blues/punk band with a enticing, foot stomping sound that will give you goosebumps throughout the show.

Having launched their first album in 2016 called Chapter One, they will be releasing their latest single called “Last Night” at Dizzy’s on the 16th of March. Come through and enjoy the finest of Cape Town music and enjoy the mouth watering meals of Dizzy’s while enjoying the music.

Hollard Daredevil 2018
On the 16th of March 2018, hundreds of purple Speedo-clad men, of all shapes and sizes, will take to the iconic Sea Point promenade – all to raise awareness around male-related cancers. This year, we’re calling on the Daredevils of Cape Town to make this our biggest Hollard Daredevil Run yet. Woza bozza, strap on your Speedo and let’s run cancer outta town!

ST Patrick’s DAY Celebration
Celebrating St Patrick’s Day – Free Entrance, Food, Live Music, Craft Beer, Local Wines and more …Entertainment for Children

Ariel Zamonsky, Future Nostalgia and Friends Live at The Interim
Join us for this special event with Ariel Zamonsky (double bass), Juana Pires Rafael (vocals), Abraham Mennen (saxophones), Reza Khota (guitar) with supporting sets by the selectors from FUTURE NOSTALGIA!!
Ariel has recently recorded his debut album “Between Two Worlds”. Hard copies will be on sale. It can also be purchased digitally at

Emily Bruce feat. Alvin Dyers at Hout Bay Manor
It’s our weekly get together – sit back and relax to Cape Town’s finest jazz musicians. Booking a table is essential.

STFD sessions at Devil’s Peak Taproom
Join us at the Devil’s Peak Taproom every Friday evening for great beer, food, vibes and of course live music. Each week we’ll be bringing you some of the finest singer/songwriters on the scene at the moment. Music happens from 7-9pm, but Happy hour starts at 5pm, so be sure to get there early! Entrance is free!
March Line-up: Fri 16th: Ryan Kidwell music

Dragon Boat Regatta | 16, 23, 30 Mar 18
Registration is open – lets enter our teams as soon as possible. email: Cheerleaders.. your practice sessions should also start round about… now… Lets create a great hype and vibe around this traditional event.. The more we show an interest, the better the outcome on the day:)

Film screening | Brasileirinho (Brazil)
This musical documentary is brought to you in collaboration with the Consulate General of Brazil in Cape Town as part of the Francophonie 2018 programme at Alliance Française du Cap.  Full #Francophonie programme here:
A musical documentary and tribute about “choro”, an older style of playing that forms the foundation of all Brazilian composition, including samba and bossa nova.

Steve Newman Trio Live at The Hive
Steve Newman is one of our most acclaimed and respected Acoustic Guitarists, covering many Genres, including Classical, Folk, Latin and Indigenous. He has Performed Solo and in collaboration with other International Stars, including Tony Cox, Steve Fataar, Chris Tokalon, and Errol Dyers, to name but a few; and, of course, the Legendary Tananas.

Wouter van de Venter by Watergat Strand
Kom kuier saam met Wouter vd Venter hierdie Vrydag net by Watergat! 9pm tot laat!

Gin Making Experience | until 16 Mar 18
Join us for a superb Gin Making Experience. Available every Friday from 17h00, join us for a fun filled evening where you craft your own gin in The Gin Lab. Enjoy a welcome gin and tonic which includes a variety of locally foraged botanicals, followed by butler style canapés throughout the evening while our talented Mixologist guides you through the wonderful world of gin and its abundance of flavour. Price: R 495 per person

Salsa Fridays La Parada
Get your “Salsa/Bachata/Kizomba Fix” tonight & every Friday night at LA PARADA, 107 Bree Street … downstairs from the restaurant in the Catacombs … Kizomba, Bachata & Salsa go underground again! Great food upstairs, a dedicated bar downstairs, air conditioned, Beginners Afro-Latin Class @ 9pm and Party from 10pm – 1am … the Friday night Afro-Latin parties just got better. Cover is R50 … you still get a shooter on entrance … and the best Latin music in Cape Town!

Lourensford Twilight Market
Join us for our signature #TwilightMarket on the beautiful Lourensford Estate in Somerset West! Bring your loved one, family, friends or even your four-legged kids! Great quality food, a variety of new stalls and seating areas & live entertainment!

Saturday 17 March 2018
Ambeloui Harvest Festival 2018
Dear Friends! Round 4 of Annual Ambeloui Harvest Festival! You’re invited again and again, it’s a festival, but it’s also a party….all to enjoy under some umbrellas with Greek music and even more tables than last year (surrounded by a now much bigger vineyard of course).

The Renegades LIVE at Springbok Blues
A show not to be missed!!! Watch The Renegades LIVE
About The Renegades –

Nic Stevens live at Watergat Strand
Nic Stevens is terug by Watergat hierdie Saterdag! Kom kuier saam 9pm tot laat!

St Patrick’s Day Celebration at Woodcutters Arms
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with us at Woodcutters Arms Free Entry
– Rock your finest Leprechaun threads!
– Gallons of Guinness to be washed down!
– Food & Drink specials!
– RUGBY | Watch England and Ireland in the Six Nations clash at 4.45pm
– LIVE MUSIC | Cape Town Irish Session will be joining us in the evening for some acoustic traditional Irish folk music.


STFD sessions at Devil’s Peak De Oude
Join us at the Devil’s Peak De Oude every Saturday afternoon for some amazing beer, a gourmet braai, great vibes and of course live music. Each week we’ll be bringing you some of the finest singer/songwriters on the scene at the moment. Music happens from 16h30 to 18h30, but the fires are going and the braai starts at 16h00.
Entrance is free! March Line-up: Sat 17th: Kathryn Swain

Théâtre | “Eurydice” par Le Clap
LA TROUPE – Initiée par une poignée d’amoureux du théâtre, la troupe des Français du Cap décide de se structurer en association à but non lucratif en octobre 2017 et choisi de s’appeler « Le Clap » en hommage à la ville d’adoption de ses comédiens mais aussi en référence aux applaudissements que la troupe espère recevoir avec la présentation de son nouveau projet.

2018 Absa Cape Epic | Prologue
Join us for a fun day out with the family as riders begin their 2018 Absa Cape Epic journey on the iconic Table Mountain, starting from the University of Cape Town.

Watch the racing from the comfort of the Castle Free Chill Zone, the big screen in the race village or on the route. Enjoy refreshments and food in the race village and let your kids expend some of their energy at Virgin Active’s Club-V Kids Zone or on the Pump Track.  Parking and entrance is free!

Book Launch at Central Library
Tamzin Atkin will launch her book: Broken Dandelions.

On Pointe Dance Studio Saturday Classes | 17, 24, 31 Mar 2018
OnPointe is expanding and will now serve the Cape Town CBD! We are happy to announce that we will now be present at Youngblood Arts and Culture Development and classes for Children, Teens & Adults will now be presented every Saturday!

Love Local x Mudanga Market
The Love Local Market has partnered with – The African Market to bring you an exciting celebration and showcase of all things African. You can look forward to a family-friendly market that is inclusive of food, drinks, music, art and, of course, amazing local vendors. Canvas Event Space CPT is tucked just off the N1 in Paarden Eiland just 5 minutes drive from the CBD. KID’S PLAY AREA AVAILABLE!! Parking – Free all day right opposite the venue.

Audition: The Comedy of Errors
AUDITION NOTICE: William Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors”
Produced by Claremont Dramatic Society
Directed by Santie du Toit and Matthew Roy
Staged at The Masque Theatre, Muizenberg

Gin Tasting | until 31 Mar 18
Gin tasting and distillery tour in a working craft , distillery. Come and sample our award-winning gin made from local botanicals. Bookings please to avoid disappointment.
R60 pp per tasting. (Private tastings for groups of 8-16 people during the week and evenings)

LaVista Dinner & Show
Every Saturday evening this season Vista Marina Restaurant CPT presents an unrivaled dinner theatre experience with an Ibiza sunset inspired DJ set followed by a live jazz performance by Francesca Biancoli.

Saturday Markets:
The Palms Décor and Lifestyle Centre Woodstock Market
Find a unique gem of a market – compared to the best in Europe – a Platteland atmosphere, people and characters of note, trading like the good old days on the village square. You won’t get it more real, friendly and personal! Once you’ve been, we know you’ll be back for more!

Farmers Market in Strand
Farmers Market opening to the public. Many products and fresh produce to choose from. Talented food traders and yummy sweet traders will be there to tickle your taste buds. Great refreshing drinks to decide on. Much more exciting traders are also going to be there. Bring your friends and family and spend the day with local farmers and entrepreneurs. Come enjoy relaxed music and a vibey atmosphere.

Neighbourgoods Market Cape Town
Is an independent initiative founded in 2006 by entrepreneurs Justin Rhodes and Cameron Munro, whose aim is to revive and reinvent the Public Market as a civic institution. This award-winning market features over 100 specialty traders every Saturday, creating a weekly platform for local farmers, fine-food purveyors, organic merchants, bakers and distributors, grocers, mongers, butchers, artisan producers, celebrated local chefs, and micro enterprises.

Earth Fair Market Tokai
A top quality market experience. We are all about pasture reared and ethically farmed animal products, fresh produce shopping. Change the way you shop!
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Oranjezicht City Farm and Market Day
Held every Saturday at the historic Granger Bay site of the V&A Waterfront, the OZCF Market Day is a community farmers-style market for independent local farmers and artisanal food producers. At the OZCF Market customers can do weekly food shopping (veg, fruit, bread, organic dairy, free-range eggs, honey, muesli etc), try out some delicious cooked and raw foods and be inspired about helping to build an alternative food system. Additionally, customers can buy edible plants and seedlings, compost and gardening supplies and equipment.
[Image courtesy of Oranjezicht City Farm and Market Day & Claire Gunn Photography]

Sunday 18 March 2018
Secret Sunset Rain March
This month, we’re focussing on uniting and standing together-in all kinds of ways! The theme for this dance is Blue Warriors- honouring water and of course, rain! Join us as we dance for the rain, for water- asking it to come our way! We would love it if you came in your bluest, water warrior outfits!

Cooking *demo* hosted by Bhanoo of Fusion Foods
After numerous requests over the years, with much excitement, we were pleased with a very successful inaugural #FoodAsMedicine Conscious Cooking/Eating Meditation *DEMO* hosted by Bhanoo of Fusion Foods’ *Lil Quinoa Girl*! Yes that is a *mouthful*, pardon the pun…

38 NEW MOONS || This Corner clean-up we celebrate three years of collecting marine debris at our local surf break! You will find us on the rocks in the Corner with our yellow bags and white buckets. New moon ladyslider by @lizzyartwork

Tricking Workshop by Levitation Arts
COME & JOIN us for our Tricking Workshop in Cape Town. Our International Team will give an Introduction for Beginners & Intermediate. Dont miss this opportunity to learn how to fly and experience a new way of moving and body awareness.

Boulevard Blues Live at Berties
Sunday Blues Sessions at Bertie’s Moorings

Concerts In The Park!
Come and enjoy a chilled Sunday afternoon in De Waal Park with some great music! From 2pm – 6pm.  Latest 2018 Models on display, merchandise available to buy and lots more! ALL Welcome. No cover charge. See you there!

Jazz Picnic In The Park | 18 & 25 Mar 2018
Join us for a Picnic in the Park, with the soothing sounds of Live Jazz Music. Either Bring your own picnic or pre order one of our picnic baskets – email us for menu’s and prices | What else to bring: a picnic blanket, umbrella, fold up chairs if you want, or book a table, Call Carol for more details on 082 771 5395 or for directions, she can drop you a PIN on WhatsApp
Price Adults R50.00 pp and kids R25.00 each.

Ultimate urban farmer
This is definitely a course where you get your hands dirty. Come have some learning fun getting your hands dirty in the soil, but as an added bonus learn how you will be doing your bit to help save the world. Growing your own vegetable garden is about the Greenest thing anybody can do. Look forward to seeing you on Sunday.

Salsa Sundays Jade Bar | until 29 Apr 18
Special Sunday Salsa Band | Get your “SBK Latin Fix” this Sunday! | Venue: JADE BAR, 39 Main Road Green Point, upstairs, 1st Floor | Salsa, Kizomba, Bachata | 7pm FREE Beginners Class | 8pm AfroLatin Party starts | Cover: only R50pp | FREE Cocktail on entrance (first 30x people) sponsored by Sky Vodka … and the best Latin music in Cape Town!

Dizzys Camps Bay | Beer Pong Sundays  aim it, sink  it, they drink it!
Join us on Sunday’s for great Beer Pong with Stellenbrau!

Good Company Sunday Market
Based in the heart of Cape Town, among the picturesque scenery of the Company’s Gardens, the Good Company Sunday market offers something for everyone.Based in the heart of Cape Town, among the picturesque scenery of the Company’s Gardens, the Good Company Sunday market offers something for everyone.

Market at The Barn
INDOOR MARKET – over 50 stalls!!! Arts and Crafts, Clothing, Food, Health and Beauty, Home ware, Live Entertainment & Fun Activities

Camphill Village Country Market
Our tranquil and spacious farm offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a day out with the family, take in the sights and sounds of Camphill Village and enjoy a quaint market with a vibrant atmosphere. Our monthly market is both an indoor and outdoor event, between a spacious community hall and sheltered, welcoming green gardens.
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Lourensford Sunday Market
Join us at our Sunday market on the beautiful Lourensford Estate in Somerset West! Bring your loved one, family, friends or even your four-legged kids! Great quality food, a variety of new stalls and seating areas & live entertainment!

Monday 19 March 2018
Monday – Open Mic @House of Craft | until 7 Jan 19
The format by which we are going to run these evenings is as follows;
SHEDDING LIGHT will ‘anchor’ the evening. This guitar, flute & vocal duo features Nikki Bates & Richard Prowse. Musicians must just arrive, if you want to go home early, come early.  1st come 1st play

Space, Technology and the Future
Come and join us for an inspiring evening of discovery and learn from Assistant Project Scientist, Anne Verbiscer, who is the New Horizons Space Researcher for NASA mission to Pluto and the Kuiper-Belt; Mike Alec-Kearney, from South Africa’s satellite startup CubeSpace; and Carla Sharpe from the Square Kilometer-Array (SKA) project.

NYDA Information Session
The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) provides a wide range of career and business support services. Come to this free information session (2 hours) and learn what kind of career guidance, jobs matching, and mentoring opportunities NYDA offers you!

Senior Bederf oggend & middag met Sonja Herholdt
The great thing about getting older is that I am not taking myself so serious. It follows then that I don’t take life an things so serious, I am who I am. Come join me for some fun and spoiling at Venue D’Aria.

Quiz Night
Join us at our exciting new venue – The Bay Sports Club in Constantia, starting on Monday 5 March (every second Monday) Quizmaster Kyle will keep you entertained for the evening with a fun filled general knowledge Quiz…  R30 pp to enter and win some awesome prizes including wine, and brewery tour vouchers. Starting at 7pm. Call 021 794 0652 to book your table

Qigong on the Beach
Join Shift with Lance Rex Pye of EnerQi for weekly morning qigong classes on Fishhoek beach. Monday Mornings: 7 am – 8 am. Classes are open to all. Only Gratitude offerings from a joyful and willing heart will be accepted 🙂

Monday’s Foosball Frenzy | until 5 Nov 18
Join us at the Randy Warthog, our vibey bar and grill for the ultimate Foosball competition. With awesome prizes up for grabs, you’d be a fool to miss it!

Dance Fusion Weekly: Intimate Moves
A Regular Intimate Dance Space – Loosely Facilitated by a Handful of Experienced Deep Diving Dancers. After the Dance there will be an Ambient Hour for Relating & Connection. Firepit, Candles, Fairylights, Couches & Conversations…an opportunity to deepen in intimacy and conscious relating.

Etymotic Poetry Jam Session
Etymotic poetry jam session started for the love of the Arts, artist collaborations, making the arts accessible, promoting and celebrating original conscious content. The backbone for the platform is poetry, performance poetry, spoken word, for the writers, authors, storytellers and poets in collaboration with musicians, visual artists, movement artists, performance arts in its totality. Etymotic Mondays is artistic platforms, we create, identify and promote platforms for emergent and established artists to showcase their talent whether as a hobby or as a professional career option. the platform started June 06, 2016 as a test phase; basically to do experimental research whether the concept is doable and workable. the results were mind blowing. the platform sparked fresh energy into artists and artistic platforms, too influenced the creation of more creative spaces. Etymotic Poetry Jam Session is now in it’s 3rd Season in 2018. Artists interested to showcase their art on the platform may contact us via messenger or email at Etymotic Poetry Jam Session is hosted in Claremont Cape Town, at the Blue Whistle. Catch us on FB

Improv Mondays by The Long Shots Improvised Comedy Troupe for some improv shenanigans!

Tuesday 20 March 2018
BLACK Panther Conversation
The Black Panther has landed with such a powerful force that it has gotten everyone talking. Black audiences across the globe are feeling empowered and emboldened by the power of Afro-futurism painting a new African narrative, the experience of an almost all-black cast with a host of powerful characters who look like them. While many others may not see why there’s such a big fuss over “just another Marvel movie”, it’s important to lean in and understand the significance of this moment and imagery. You’ve watched the movie, you’ve let it T’challa-enge some of your perceptions, now let’s talk! Join us for a night of amazing short talks, deep round-table discussions, panel Q and A and a chance to explore more deeply the layers of significance that director Ryan Coogler [Fruitvale Station, Creed] and this impressive cast have set before us. We WakaWaka’d when the world cup come to town, now we invite you to #WakandaForever

Film screening | “Le temps d’Anna” (Switzerland)
This drama is brought to you in collaboration with the Consulate General of Switzerland in Cape Town as part of the Francophonie 2018 programme at Alliance Française du Cap. Full #Francophonie programme here:

Cape Town International Jazz Festival Free Community Concert 2018
The eagerly-anticipated annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF) Free Community Concert will take place on Tuesday 20th March 2018 at 16h30. This popular event usually takes place on the Wednesday before the main festival. However, the organiser, espAfrika, has taken account of the public holiday this year and given Capetonians and visitors the opportunity to come out and enjoy themselves on the eve of Human Rights Day.

Art Deco Tour
Led by heritage architect, Prof Andre van Graan, our Art Deco tour focuses on outstanding examples of “moderne” architecture in Cape Town’s centre.  We begin with a private viewing of Frank Spears’ artwork, the designer of Mullers Optometrist. We then visit a range of buildings, including Mutual Heights (the tallest building in Africa when it was built, 1939. The main architectural style we’ll be concentrating on is Art Deco in its many manifestations.

Meet the Maker – Colmant Cap Classique and La Cuccina
Meet Jean-Philippe Colmant, the owner and creator of the Colmant MCC. He is the sole wine maker and cellar master. His impeccable talent for precision and attention to detail are reflected in the Cap Classique wines he produces, and his impassioned love for the trade can be felt with every Colmant drinking experience. JP holds a strong philosophy for the style of the MCCs he wishes to produce: classical, fresh and elegant. JP’s intention is to remain the cellar master of the Colmant winery for as long as he physically can, as he truly values being able to add that special touch in each bottle with his own two hands.

Petit Poi – Drop in Class by FireTribe
Would you like to give poi a spin before signing up for regular classes? These ‘Petit Poi’ classes are a fun exploration of the possibilities of poi. They are aimed at mixed levels so anyone is welcome and will learn something.

Open Air Cinema at Norman Henshilwood High School
Our “Open air” cinema event on the 20th of March will be screening ” Grease” as the launch to this year’s Big 50th Celebration event. Watch this space for ticket sales! Sponsors and businesses in our community are welcome to use this platform for a 30 second advert. Kindly contact the school and ask to speak to Mr Dirksen.

A Journey Through the Chakras| until 20 Mar 2018
• Why do we have Chakras?
• How we can use them to support us in life?
• How we can support them in keeping them balanced?
• How are they connected to our growing level of consciousness?
• Why is all of this so important to our over all well-being?

These are some of the questions answered while creating a space for healing.

Tango Tuesdays | until 27 Nov 18
Tango classes in Cape Town. | Beginners 6pm-7.15pm | Intermediate: 7.30pm-9pm

Open Mic Acoustic Night
You’ve been writing. You’ve been practicing. Why not share it with live audience and same minded muso?  It’s Tuesday, it’s Open Mic Acoustic night tonight at Armchair!
Sign up from 18:00. Sound check from 20:00. Open Mic start 21:00.
#lifeisasong #songit #openmic #acoustic #Music #Live #everytuesdaynight #capetownopenmic

Live Music with Peter Wyness at 7 | until 27 Mar 18
Great Music, Great Food, Best Atmosphere. No Cover Charge

Tuesday Night Commander
Join us for MtG Commander every Tuesday night! Entrance: R20 Pods start as soon as there are 4 players. Earn points by winning your pod. Points converted to store credit for MtG products on a 1 point = R1 ratio.

Dizzys Camps Bay | Tuesdays Karaoke Nights
Lively atmosphere, party scene and all around hangout spot for locals serving great food and beer. Expect to have some popular tunes and maybe not so popular vocals but we’re all about a good party and having fun.

Wednesday 21 March 2018
Upcycle Jam
Join the Upcycle Jam on this public holiday and get inspired by upcycling art, workshops, vegan food, a clothes swap and petchakutcha presentations. For the clothes swap: Drop the clothes from 12pm to 1pm, choosing starts at 2pm, cost to play R30. You can also meet the team of StartUpcycling coming from India, Brazil, Poland, Greece, Italy, Germany and Romania. Come along and bring your friends!

7th Wave – Sit The Folk Down
Sit the Folk Down – Stand The Folk Up. Live music from 7pm – we play at 9pm – Lovely

Family Picnic and Egg Hunt
We are having a Family Picnic and Egg Hunt on World Down Syndrome Day and you are invited. It will be at Jack Muller Park, Frans Conradie Dr, Boston, Bellville – on the 21st of March 2018 (also Human Rights Day in SA) from 9:00 – 12:00.

Bring your picnic basket and have a relaxed and fun morning with us. Phone or e-mail Tineke to book your spot : 021 919 8533 or

Wear yellow or blue and help us create Down syndrome awareness 😉 We will provide the eggs for the Egg Hunt.

Andean Equinox Despacho Ceremony
You’re invited to share in the TURNING of the SUN as it moves north.
Experience regeneration, healing, blessings & gratitude as we give our thanks for ALL THAT IS.

The Power of Design Thinking with Motsoaledi & West
“Design thinking can be described as a discipline that uses the designer’s sensibility and methods to match people’s needs with what is technologically feasible and what a viable business strategy can convert into customer value and market opportunity.”
– Tim Brown CEO, IDEO

Boogie In The Barrels at Klein Roosboom
We are loading the jukebox with the best songs of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s! Prepare for a groovy grape stomping session as we celebrate the harvest. Enjoy our wines under the shade of a tree or in one of our uniquely themed caves. Sabrage a bottle of MCC and enjoy it with your friends. Let’s all sing and dance to the songs of old and cheers good friends. Indulge in Oysters, smoked ribs, and cheese & charcuterie platters available throughout the day and challenge friends to a game of wine pong!

Folk Night-Art, poetry & Music
Come for a lovely evening of art by the talented Nadia Estelwen Viljoen, meet the artist to discuss her amazing work. We will then be having an evening of poetry and music surrounded by her inspirational work.
Not to be missed.

SJMC Jazz on the Lawn
Celebrating 100 years of Marist Education, 7 years of our Human Rights Day event showcasing Jazz legends of today and tomorrow with scrumptious food & kids’ entertainment, we bring to you … St Joseph’s Marist College Jazz on the Lawn 2018.

The Burn Bazaar
Fire up the Burners, coz it’s gona be LIT! Whether you’re headed to Tankwa this April, squeezing the most out of the rest of festival season or just looking for some cosy one-of-a-kind pieces for your Winter wardrobe we’ve got you covered with the HOTTEST, craziest and dopest costumes, accessories, festival inspo and vintage gear imaginable, all under one roof!

March: Land for People to Live!
Land in South Africa is not just about a plot or property; it’s symbolic of a history and legacy of dispossession. A dispossession that has persisted, through generations, in multiple ways. It persists today.

On 21 March we will march from Keizersgracht to the Cape Town Civic Centre to deliver our demands to local, provincial and national government.

Open Mic Night | until 30 Jan 2019
A weekly Open Mic Night to showcase those with the creative buzz. For any kind of performer- poetry, comedy, musings, music, monologue and miscellaneous! Guest headliners, up-n-comers and first-timers meet in the chilled surroundings of The Rabbit Hole to take the stage! We recommend that performers arrive in time for doors at 7:30pm to avoid disappointment – slots are allocated on the evening and are no longer than 20 mins.

Randy’s Braai Night | until 18 Apr 18
Most LEKKER traditional South African Braai in Cape Town! Make sure you and your pals head to the Randy Warthog on Wednesday nights and be part of the action. The fire starts at 7pm. Tickets ONLY R80.

Warm-Up Wednesday Run
We want to help you get fit for #GunRun2018! Come and join us for a social 5km or 8km jog every Wednesday evening hosted by Atlantic Athletic Club.

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[Image courtesy of The Vineyard Oval Market and AME Consulting]

Earth Fair Market Tokai | Open every Wednesday 3-8pm | Expect to find good local artisanal products, great activities for the kids and a wonderful vibey atmosphere to enjoy.
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The Rivertones Live – Human Rights Day
We can’t think of a more appropriate band to play some loving Reggae tunes than The Rivertones on the Human Rights public holiday. We will feed you, entertain your kids, keep you well rehydrated and make sure that your heart sings along with the band. Come and join us for a great evening!

Events on numerous days and running for an extended period:
Arts, Books, Crafts & Theatre
Book Lounge 
Various book launches takes place weekly as an independent book shop in the heart of Cape Town be sure to be assisted by a passionate team, serving great coffee and the good selection of fantastic books.

Joshua Tree Organics and Guerilla House is an impromptu and organic training space where we learn practical urban permaculture skills, deepen our interconnection, and actively engage in regeneration as a collective. Hosting various events you can have a look at their line up on their Facebook page.

Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts
Bring the whole family, a picnic and a bottle of wine and enjoy some of South Africa’s best live music while the sun slips behind the mountain.

Pieter-Dirk Uys: When in doubt, say Darling | 14 – 16 Mar 18
Sometimes politics repeats itself, not only taking history and turning it into farce, but taking farce and turning into the fake news which is now called entertainment. Pieter-Dirk Uys is sorting out 40 years of distress, disguise and disgust:from apartheid to tripartite, from amandla to Nkandla. Wigs, glasses, wagging fingers, toyi-toyis, red berets, trump cards of madness, icons and aikonas. From Bezuidenhouts, Raubenheimers and Ramaphosas to Altzheimers.

Floor Acrobatics Workshop| 19 & 26 Mar 18
Do you dream of moving and challenging your body in new and creative ways?
JOIN OUR TWO PART WORKSHOP | FLOOR ACROBATICS with Hanne and Marlin of ActionArte Foundation SA

Betty Rox Dance Workshops in Cape Town | 19 – 21 Mar 18
Betty Rox is back in South Africa for some more awesome workshop. Betty Rox is a professional dancer and international choreographer. She was born in Belize, a small country in Central America. Her father had a background in dance and entertainment and she decided to follow in his footsteps. Betty trained in all styles of dance including ballet, contemporary, jazz, hip hop, african and Caribbean dance.

In C I Double Bill | 20 & 22 – 25 Mar 2018
Darkroom Contemporary presents its new interdisciplinary performance project –
In C I DOUBLE BILL. This vibrant, contemporary dance production merges sound, motion and technology in an innovative program of new dance.

Diamonds & Pearls Barnyard Show
A show dedicated to #Cure4Keanu. All profit (50% of the ticket price) will be donated to the Cure4Keanu Fund to give 2year old Keanu Moore a fighting chance against Neuroblastoma Cancer.

Diamonds & Pearls features Johan Liebenberg as Neil Diamond and Janine Cupido and Elizca Coetzer as Celine Dion with Riyaan Cornelius and Jason Guile on lead male vocals supported by a 4-piece band. This is a spectacular show of international quality, a show of beauty, power, emotion, rhythm and harmony, featuring music that is everlasting.

Baxter Theatre
The Baxter Theatre Centre is a vibrant, multicultural entertainment hub in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. Nestled under the striking Devil’s Peak mountain and at the foot of the University of Cape Town, the Baxter boasts a world-class theatre and concert hall, as well as a studio stage, rehearsal rooms, offices, a restaurant and bars and an impressive spacious foyer.

Zabalaza Festival | 9 – 17 march 2018
The Festival has created a new opportunity for three young directors to bring ground-breaking work to the line-up and is called the Platform for Special Talent. This project emerged out of the need to bridge the gap between new theatre makers and established theatre makers by giving them opportunities within a professional theatre space.

The Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards | 18 Mar 2018
The Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards is considered amongst the most prized and prestigious in the South African performing arts industry. This year’s ceremony will take place on Sunday, 18 March at 17:30 at the Baxter Theatre Centre in Cape Town and promises to be an “Elegantly Extravagant” evening. For over 50 years the Fleur du Cap wine brand has proudly associated itself with the Theatre Awards as displaying the flair that is synonymous with the wine. Through awarding excellence in professional theatre Fleur du Cap wine and the Theatre Awards have played a significant role in the lives of South African theatre-makers.

23 Years a Month and 7 Days | 13 – 24 March 2018
Performed in English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa, the play critically engages the 2015 student protests in SA, and uses the language of storytelling and physical theatre to engage with the struggles faced by woman immersed in social and political environments that are systematically violent. It is set between contemporary SA’s higher learning institutions and Potters Field, a poverty-stricken place where the citizens have lost all hope and anxiously awaits their deaths. Themes of migration and self-actualisation are explored as a young woman of humble upbringing finds her identity in conflict with her environment.

Nik Rabinowitz Dry White | 20 – 29 March 2018
Nik Rabinowitz’ new stand up show, Dry White, starts with water and ends in tears. Hopefully, tears of laughter as he discovers that he is, as it turns out, not such a nice guy.

The Fugard Theatre
The 320-seater Fugard Theatre is located within the historic Sacks Futeran building in Cape Town’s District Six, with the renovated Congregational Church Hall in Caledon Street as its entrance. Construction of The Fugard Theatre was underwritten by its founding producer Eric Abraham, who continues to underwrite the operational costs.

Kalk Bay Theatre
Another Day | 13 Feb – 16 Mar 18
Love is complicated, even when it’s not. Ash and Vanessa bring you their full blown musical dance show. It’s sexy, funny and energetic, full of quirks and unexpected tit bits, which has become their signature formula, but this time it also not what you think.

Alexander Bar ~ Cafe ~ Theatre
Unique bar and theatre. Vintage Decor. Working rotary phones. Intimate live performances upstairs. Single Malts. Martinis. Weissbier. Sofa revolve. No TV. Fine wines. Kitchen open til midnight. Have a look at their line up here.

Artscape Theatre Centre
Situated in the heart of the mother city, the Artscape Theatre Centre brings you the highest level of artistic excellence in all aspects of performing arts for more than four decades! Have a look at the new website what’s on.

Masque Theatre
A first-class venue, seating 174, able to host live shows (musicals, dramas, dancing, etc.), seminars, presentations, film shows, and so on. Facilities and equipment include dressing rooms, excellent lighting and sound equipment.

To Get To The Moon|  13 – 24 March 2018
A gentle exploration of the lives of married couple, Norman and Bianca. Some years prior to the action of the play they have experienced a traumatic event. The very different ways they have tried to come to terms with this event threaten to destroy their marriage. The play explores themes of responsibility, guilt and blame, the science and art of decision-making and the shame that keeps crucial information hidden. A moving and uplifting experience.

Theatre Arts Admin Collective
A thriving theatre centre that supports the local theatre community by providing opportunity and affordable access to resources and training. They have various productions which can be viewed either on their website or listed on their Facebook page.

Rockwell Theatre
A unique Cape Town Dinner Theatre experience, with an award winning show that will transport you into the vibrant world of District Six with their regular show Kaapse Stories and bring you an amazing experience with other events hosted here.

Kaapse Stories
Richard Loring (producer of worldwide-acclaimed African Footprint) introduces Kaapse Stories at their new venue Rockwell Theatre in Green Point.

Jamrock Theatre
Performance Art Theatre in Brackenfell

Gate 69 
Snip Tucked | 28 Feb – 26 May 2018
An hilarious, yet poignant mini medical musical centering around the modern ‘self improvement’ culture where a day at the surgeon is preferable to a day at the beach! Witness the ins-and-outs of the multi-billion dollar plastic surgery industry as seen from the unique perspective of South Africa’s three pin-up girls for Aviation. Pricked, plucked, pulled and prodded – brace yourselves for a titillatingly turbulent treat!

Labia Theatre | Old School Cinema on Orange Street

Art Exhibitions
Lizelle Kruger : Cape Town Memoirs and Dangerous Liaisons | until 30 Mar 18 
Kruger’s large-scale street and landscape works of the Mother City from the 1920s to 1960s form the backdrop to the women who take centre stage in this exhibition. The artist pays tribute to women from every sphere of society: women who participated in dockside liaisons, women who operated the ‘Sugar Houses’, and the imported female slaves – many of whom were housed at the Company Slave Lodge which can still be seen in Adderley Street.

Frank Spears at Mullers Gallery | until 25 Mar 18
“Mullers Gallery is the bridge between vision, eye care and art,” explains Peter Muller, “and was established in 2015 to celebrate Mullers 125th Anniversary in Optometry.”
Join us March 1-25 for a exhibition of Frank Spear’s work at Mullers Gallery in South Africa.

Penny Siopis, This is a True Story: Six Films (1997 – 2017) | 16 Feb – 15 Jul 18
The exhibition evokes ideas of truth as a merging of experience, fact, fiction, imagination and the fragility of memory. Projecting a multiplicity of experiences, Siopis’ films make use of found 8 mm and 16 mm film footage, drawing from official documents, newspaper clippings and personalised accounts of history to create an overlooked historiography.

Calls for Submission & Design Guidelines for Artists: Rhino Art
The Rhinos Are Coming!!! (TRAC) Three Month Art Exhibition is coming to Cape Town in response to the devastating decades- long assault on our beloved indigenous rhino population by poachers, reducing them to several thousand animals. Rhinos are now at risk of becoming extinct altogether in the wild.

GREEN and GOLD | 16 January until 14 March 2018.
Green and Gold Ceramics Group Exhibition in the Clay Museum.

99 Loop Gallery
Contemporary South African gallery in the heart of Cape Town. Corner Loop & Church Streets. We ship internationally. View our upcoming exhibitions online:

Lost in Known Territory | 28 Feb – 24 Mar 2018
“Over the years I have collected and catalogued a large selection of images from various sources including books, magazines, websites and social media, personal photo archives, and many more. The figures in this body of work were created from fragments of these images, and their compositions reference certain historical paintings motifs.

This creates subjects that seem to be contextualised and somewhat recognisable, yet they passionately attempt to proclaim their own unique identities, despite our pre-conceived notions. This process examines how we impose identities upon others, and subsequently challenges fashionable standards of beauty and sexualisation.”

Foofaraw | Wim Legrand | 28 Feb – 24 Mar 2018
99 Loop is delighted to be exhibiting fresh work by pop surrealist Wim Legrand. More information to come soon.

The South African Print Gallery
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Iziko Museums has the following events/exhibitions:
Iziko Slave Lodge 
The Slave Lodge is one of the oldest buildings in Cape Town. The many names of the building over three centuries – Slave Lodge, Government Offices Building, Old Supreme Court, and SA Cultural History Museum – reflect the long and rich history of the building.slave_940_285_s_cy_r_t_0_0_y_100.jpg

Iziko South African National Gallery
South Africa’s premier art museum houses outstanding collections of South African, African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish art.

Selections from the Permanent Collection change regularly to enable the museum to have a full programme of temporary exhibitions of paintings, works on paper, photography, sculpture, beadwork, textiles and architecture. Updates of the various exhibitions can be viewed on their web page on bottom right section.

Iziko South African Museum
The South African Museum houses more than one and a half million specimens of scientific importance. The collections now range from fossils almost 700-million years old to insects and fish caught last week. There are also stone tools made by people 120 000 years ago, traditional clothes from the last century, and T-shirts printed yesterday.

The Bo-Kaap Museum, situated in the historic area that became home to many Muslims and freed slaves after the abolition of slavery, showcases local Islamic culture and heritage.

Groot Constantia Manor House with its exhibition of furniture, paintings, textiles, ceramics, brass, and copperware, provides an insight into the life of a successful 18th to late 19th century Cape farmer.

Koopmans-de Wet House
This house museum is furnished as a home for a well-to-do Cape family during the late 18th Century. It houses some of the best pieces of Cape furniture and silver in the country, in addition to a priceless collection of ceramics.

The Iziko Maritime Centre features an overview of shipping in Cape Town, and the earliest existing model of Table Bay harbour, completed in 1885 by prisoners and warders of Breakwater Prison, forms part of the exhibitions.

The Iziko Planetarium and Digital Dome, one of only 6 fully fledged planetaria on the African Continent, brings the most advanced digital visualisation technology to Cape Town.

Rust en Vreugd was built as a home for Willem Cornelis Boers, a high-ranking official of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) known as a fiscal, around 1777–1778.

Social History Centre
After a three-year programme of renovation and extension of the National Mutual Building on Church Square, it was handed back to Iziko during a media preview event held on International Museum Day, 18 May 2010.

Entertainment, Expos & Markets
Dance your Bliss with Annelize | until 12 Dec 2018
Facilitator: Annelize Becht of Into the Deep (Move It)
Biodanza is a very powerful form of conscious dance, which helps you deepen your connection with yourself, others and all of life. Practiced regularly, it transforms your life. There are different levels of Biodanza, this is a deep or advanced class. Each class has an intention (or theme) which will be used to gently guide the dancer into a journey of self-expression and exploration while fully in the here-and-now. The unfolding of the dance will be unique for each participant – they in effect create their own journey… and bliss…

19th annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival 2018 
The 19th annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival takes place on 23 & 24 March 2018 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

CTIJF 2018 Tickets available at Computicket:
Weekend Pass: SOLD OUT | Day Pass:

#CTIJF2018 is proudly sponsored by the Department of Arts & Culture, Independent Media, AYO Technology Solutions and the City of Cape Town, and produced by espAfrika For more information, go to

Mojo Market
Contemporary indoor food and lifestyle market situated in the heart of Sea Point. Open 7 days a week. Alcohol served Thursdays through Sundays from 11AM to 11PM
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Made in the Cape Market | 15 – 18 Mar 18
Handmade environmentally responsible home decor at the Made in the Cape artisan market at Cavendish Square. Our stall is opposite Truworths/H&M on the first floor at the foot of the escalator coming down from the P1 parking level.

Post Beginners Tango Lessons | until 10 Dec 18
Post Beginners Lessons starting up tonight. Come and work on tango fundamentals: technique for smooth and connected dancing and developing your tango vocabulary!

The Galileo Open Air Cinema | 31 October 2017 until 28 April 2018
Experience the magic of outdoor movies at Bloemendal Wine Estate in Durbanville (Tuesdays), Kirstenbosch Gardens in Newlands (Wednesdays), the V&A Waterfront in town (Thursdays) and rotating venues in Cape Town (Fridays) as well as alternate Saturday shows in the Cape Winelands. New this season is Family Sundays that takes place on school holiday Sundays at Kelvin Grove Club and consist of a magical kiddies play area with jumping castles, face painting and games.

Cape Town Comedy Club
The club has hosted some of the world’s most famous comedians including; Michael Mittermeier (Germany), Christopher Titus (US), Babben Larsson (Sweden), Dana Alexander (UK) and the best of the best South African stars and also hosted numerous high profile corporate events.

Bob’s District Six
Situated on the outskirts of central Cape Town in District Six you will be sure to find a pumping club scene and bar to party the nights away. Be sure to check out their stellar line up of events here.

Brass Bell Restaurant & Bikini Bar
Food, Fun, sea and sun are the essence of this venue which has views over the Kalk Bay harbour, Simonstown and all the way across the bay. Enjoy a meal and drinks with friends in a relaxed and laid back atmosphere.  With a regular entertainment line up be sure to have a fun time, check out their events listed on their Facebook page.

Suntravolta – “To be overwhelmed by the sun”, is a surf / travel / beach bar in long street that indulges night life! So join them with a great menu of events.

Die Boer
This superb live entertainment & dinner venue in Durbanville seats 120 people and booking is essential. Experience the “creme de la creme” of South African music, comedy and theatre productions whilst having a great meal in a warm, comforting and superb acoustic environment. Tel 021 979 1911

Shimmy Beach Club
Cape Town’s premier ocean-front dining and lifestyle destination. When you shimmy down to our spectacular location fronting the harbour with its breathtaking backdrop of Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain, you’ll discover a destination with endless opportunity for luxury and indulgence.

Proof Wine Bar
An upmarket bar in the heart of Somerset West serving a selection of craft beer, fine spirits, a mean G&T cocktail and carefully selected wines.  Delicious bar snacks and platters, wine-related events, DJ evenings and live music add to the allure of this hidden gem. View their events line up here.

Im Eimer Somerset West
Im Eimer is a German saying for when something has been used till its utmost potential until no longer useful. The theme is all things old and the decor is detailed and creatively thought out to give you hours of observation time. The literal meaning in the bucket has no relation but you may see many buckets on the premises to keep guests guessing.
Have a look at our events line up here.

The Thirsty Oyster Tavern
Legend has it that old Rasta on the Roof found this shipwreck in the Old Harbour and turned it into a pub and restaurant called ‘The Thirsty Oyster Tavern’, where, to quote him, ‘home is where the anchor drops’. So why not drop anchor here for a while, crack open that careworn shell and slip into our relaxed and friendly ambiance – whether it be in the cool breezes of summer or by the warm, cosy fires in winter – we have 3 fireplaces to ensure you stay nice and warm. And that infamous South Easter? Don’t fuss! We’re pretty sheltered, tucked in as we are, between the Naval College and the National Sea Rescue facility. Their events are listed on their Facebook page.

Beerhouse (on long) has regular events from Beer Pong to live music, silent discos and their #BrewFood Revolution! You can follow their events on their Facebook page, here.

V&A Waterfront hosts various events, from exhibitions, to live music and more, to see a full list of events have a look at their event listings here.

KWV Sound Stage | Bay Harbour Market
Bay Harbour Market is a vibey and fun market with great products and delicious eats and drinks with regular live entertainment that they update on their Facebook page.

The Piano Bar with live music, great specials and entertainment.

NOMAD bistro & bar sure knows how to bring great events to their venue and you can see their line up on their page.

The House Of Machines
The House of Machines vision was to create an environment to honour both man and machine. The foundation store is housed in a historic workhouse in Cape Town, South Africa. ‘THoM’ or ‘The House’ is the consummate fusion of coffee, café, craft beer, cocktails, live music, menswear and custom bikes — the quintessential fine purveyor for the modern man.

Saturday Night Salsa! at Step Brothers Restaurant & Bar
Sensagria Dance invites YOU! Join us for an AWESOME PARTY on Saturday Night! A FANTASTIC evening of SALSA, BACHATA and KIZOMBA. DJs Carlos and Lani will have you dancing the night away!

Ellingtons | The alternative lounge where you can ‘chill’ with friends. A friendly cozy “home from home” Have a look at our weekly line up of events.

The Thomas Easton showcases various events and invites you over to come and enjoy some great times with them.

Jazz in the Native Yards features various jazz musicians in people’s backyards and community centres where live music doesn’t exist.

Harringtons Cocktail Lounge
An upmarket cocktail bar and boutique lounge #surfhard with live music and parties.

The Forex Bar
Hey guys, check out what’s happening this week for a damn good time!

Alma Cafe posts their events as the week progresses.

Quay 4 | Events and live music line up can be viewed here.

Oroboros Tapas Bar events line up can be found here.

Madison Avenue Cape Town has an event line up on their Facebook page.

The Striped Horse shows you just how striped up they are with their live gigs.

A Touch of Madness | brings you live events and DJ parties you would not want to miss and you can see what they have to offer every week here.

Cafe Roux Sessions | Noordhoek and Cape Town
Showcasing our country’s biggest, as well as new up-and-coming bands, musicians & comedians in such an intimate & personal setting. Café Roux Sessions encompass the collective passions: world class music, great food, wonderful wine…all shared with people you really enjoy!

Jack Black Beer list of events can be seen here.
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Grandwest CasinoLive bands every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Start off your weekend on the right note at Jackson Hall and get your dose of DJ and live entertainment. Their live band covers some of the best known Jazz Standards as well as some newer popular songs.

Mercury Live Cape Town events line up on their Facebook page.

The Waiting Room has parties and live music events and their great line up can be seen here.

Brewers Co-op hosts various events and loves sport so be sure to find various kinds playing on their screens. Have a look at their line up.

Tech, Mech, Design & Sport
Killarney International Raceway where racing, engines and modified cars bring people together.

Courses, Programmes, Symposiums & Workshops
Permaculture Design Certificate Course (PDC)
Learn about water harvesting, composting systems, alternative energy, construction of water bodies, livestock integration, aquaponics, bees, wild foraging, holistic  management, living fences, soil rehabilitation, erosion control, nursery skills, windbreaks, firebreaks, seed saving, food forests, bamboo, companion planting, pest
management, alien plant eradication, medicinal plants, recycling, composting toilets, climatic factors, earth works,  natural building, and more

Aquaponics Workshop Cape Town
Cape Townians have finally twisted our arm and we will be presenting our first ever #aquaponics workshop in #Durbanville#CapeTown. Dont miss out, only 30 seats available!

Dreaming Feminist Futures
The African Gender Institute is convening a symposium titled ‘Dreaming Feminist Futures’ from the 21st to the 23rd March 2018 at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. The symposium aims to hold intergenerational conversations about feminism(s), decolonisation and Africanity. We will use Pumla Gqola’s journey and work to answer critical questions around black womxn and their relationship to the academy, feminist writing and visibility on the continent.

Adult 10 week piano course 2018 | until 19 Mar 18
Come and join some like-minded individuals and learn how to play the piano

Short Drone Competency Course | until 15 Dec 18
The drone competency course consists of theory, simulator and practical modules. At the end of training, all students will be required to pass a ‘flight test’, which is examined or ‘signed out’ by an experienced Drone Racing Africa Flight Instructor.

Crystal Shop, Sanctuary, Yoga, Meditation, Photography Studio, Coffee and lunch bar, Gallery & Library. Various events and film screenings along with workshops are held regularly.

So get out there and have some fun and adventure as you enjoy our city’s events and more!

Do let us know which events you have been to and your experience, leave a comment or share it with us on our Facebook page, until next week have fun and be safe.

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