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Plant Exhibition of Contemporary Botanical Art

Plant Exhibition of Contemporary Botanical Art

Venue: Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

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Fynbos Foraging Course

Fynbos Foraging Course

Venue: Good Hope Gardens Nursery

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Tea by the Sea

Tea by the Sea

Daily
Venue: The Leopard Bar, Twelve Apostles Hotel

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Bands & Nightlife

Julio Iglesias World Tour

Julio Iglesias World Tour

Venue: Grand Arena

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Acoustics Underground: Francois van Coke and Arno Carstens

Acoustics Underground: Francois van Coke and Arno Carstens

Venue: Chavonnes Battery Museum

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Music Exchange

Music Exchange

8 and 9 September 2016

Market Hall, Grand West, Cape Town

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Theatre, Film, Comedy

PULP

PULP

Venue: The Galloway Theatre

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PULP

PULP

Venue: Rosebank Theatre

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Mandragora Circus

Mandragora Circus

2 and 3 July 2016
Alexander Bar & Café

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Family & Kids

Dinos Alive

Dinos Alive

Venue: Cape Gate Mall

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MamaMagic, The Baby Expo

MamaMagic, The Baby Expo

Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre

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Robin Hood at Canal Walk

Robin Hood at Canal Walk

Venue: Canal Walk Shopping Centre

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Current Reviews

Review: Nik Rabinowitz – Power Struggle

Review: Nik Rabinowitz – Power Struggle

| April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Directed by award-winning Broadway director Daniel Kutner and written in collaboration with Tom Eaton and Darrel Bristow-Bovey, Nik Rabinowitz’s Power Struggle brings to South Africa the first ever eco-friendly comedy show: more than 50% of it is powered by renewable energy. Well accustomed to Rabinowitz’s style of comedy, it was refreshing to witness a new style with less focus on political satire and stereotypes and more focus on social awareness through witty, thought-provoking humour.

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Review: Nikita Boriso-Glebsky and the CPO

Review: Nikita Boriso-Glebsky and the CPO

| May 9, 2016 | 2 Comments

The violin pyrotechnics that Boriso-Glebsky summoned from his instrument had the audience bursting into well deserved applause. But this was not the end, and both soloist and conductor pleaded embarrassingly for silence, as if to say, “You ain’t seen nothing yet”.

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Review: Traces of Time at Abe Opperman Gallery

Review: Traces of Time at Abe Opperman Gallery

| May 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

“Though all the pictures on display invite the onlooker to pause and reminisce, the works that stand out are those painted around memories of Opperman’s own childhood.”

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