Lifestyle

The Big Bottle Festival

The Big Bottle Festival

21 & 22 August 2015
Venue: Cape Town Club

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Vintage Wine Day at Simonsig Wine Estate

Vintage Wine Day at Simonsig Wine Estate

15 August 2015
Venue: Simonsig Wine Estate

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Atlantic Rail Day Trip: Cape Town to Simon’s Town

Atlantic Rail Day Trip: Cape Town to Simon’s Town

27 September 2015
Venue: Train Lodge

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Bands & Nightlife

Mi Casa

Mi Casa

4 September 2015
Venue: Grand Arena, GrandWest

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Tops at Spar Bierfest 2015

Tops at Spar Bierfest 2015

6 to 8 November 2015
Venue: Newlands Brewery

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Little Dragon

Little Dragon

16 October 2015
Venue: tbc

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Classical Music & Jazz

Tygerberg Children’s Choir Prestige Concert

Tygerberg Children’s Choir Prestige Concert

12 September 2015
Venue: Endler Hall,

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Music from the Silver Screen

Music from the Silver Screen

21 & 22 November 2015
Venue: Lourensford Wine Cellar

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Tygerberg Children’s Choir Christmas Concert

Tygerberg Children’s Choir Christmas Concert

22 November to 6 December 2015
Venue: Endler Hall

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Theatre & Comedy

Fruit

Fruit

12 to 29 August 2015
Venue: The Baxter Theatre

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Henrietta With Love

Henrietta With Love

8 to 15 August 2015
Venue: Artscape Arena

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Anthology: Anti-Matter

Anthology: Anti-Matter

4 to 15 August 2015
Venue: Alexander Bar

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Family & Kids

Cape Town’s Most Wanted

Cape Town’s Most Wanted

18 & 19 September 2015
Venue: Artscape Theatre

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Blisters for Bread

Blisters for Bread

23 August 2015
Venue: Green Point Cricket Club

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SA Ice Hockey Super League

SA Ice Hockey Super League

26 July to 24 August 2015
Venue: Ice Station, Grand West Casino

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Current Reviews

Review: Tutankhamun – His Tomb and His Treasures

Review: Tutankhamun – His Tomb and His Treasures

| June 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s easy to be struck by the splendour of the reconstructions on which the exhibition is based. But it also imparts a mouthwatering sense of discovery, as experienced by archaeologist Howard Carter – the first pair of eyes to see the tomb in over 3000 years. Holding a lit candle to a small incision in the tomb, he was asked, “Can you see anything?”
“Yes” He answered, “Wonderful things.”

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Review: Irma Stern at the South African National Gallery

Review: Irma Stern at the South African National Gallery

| July 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

The eternal appeal of Irma Stern’s art has an energy that lives on almost 50 years after her death.

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Review: The Grand Exhibition

Review: The Grand Exhibition

| August 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

My blush subsided, lulled into the mood with subtlety, suggestiveness and a measured dash of self-deprecation by the charming and beautiful MC, event organizer Tenille Lindeque-Joshua, aka Lady Magnolia.

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