Lifestyle

5 For Change

5 For Change

Venue: City Hall

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Strawberry Picking Season

Strawberry Picking Season

October to December
Polkadraai Strawberry Farm & Helderberg Farm

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Download the WOICT App

Download the WOICT App

Download the What’s on in Cape Town App.

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Talks & Tours

Jewish Literary Festival with Anne Landsman

Jewish Literary Festival with Anne Landsman

Venue: Gardens Community Centre

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Vilne at the Jewish Museum

Vilne at the Jewish Museum

Venue: South African Jewish Museum

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Langa Tour

Langa Tour

Venue: Gugu S’Thebe arts centre

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Family & Kids

Teddy Bear Fair

Teddy Bear Fair

Venue: The Range, Tokai

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Zombie Walk 2016

Zombie Walk 2016

Venue: Company Gardens

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Dino Expo

Dino Expo

Venue: CapeGate Shopping Centre

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Current Reviews

Review: Barleycorn Music Club Mondays

Review: Barleycorn Music Club Mondays

| April 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

What a perfect antidote to a long Monday at the office. The weekly get-together at the Barleycorn Music Club is an open-mic event, one you’ll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else in Cape Town. Apart from its primary role of showcasing local talent, Barleycorn has created a unique culture of appreciation for musicians. Audience members are not indulging in drinks and conversations while bands selflessly serenade in the background. Rather, we’re sitting and listening in attentive silence.

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Review: District Six – Kanala

Review: District Six – Kanala

| February 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

It’s hard to pick one, two or even three best parts of David Kramer’s latest masterpiece, District Six – Kanala. It delivers, over and over. Loud and vibrant, filled with song, dance, lots of laughter and the heartbreak of losing your home, it’s a perfect celebration of the people who lived in District Six and their music.

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Review: December Streets and The Vanilla

Review: December Streets and The Vanilla

| April 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

It was the last installment of the 2015/2016 Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts, and the usual crowd of beer-drinkers and champagne-sippers had trickled onto the grass when The Vanilla opened the show to warm daylight and the buzz of concert-goers’ chatter. Their music is characterised by distinctive vibey tunes and a spunky, almost African sound that’s definitely pleasing to the ear.

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