This installment of What’s On Wednesdays has everything from The Cape Philharmonic Orchestra’s 11th Summer Music Festival to comedy, because we all need to laugh as much as we can, as well some ballet and art exhibitions too.
Wednesday 1 February 2017
We can all do with some midweek laughter and a popular comedian of South Africa, Marc Lottering’s show at Baxter Theatre, Hashtag Lottering sure will have you laughing your way through the rest of the week.
[Image courtesy of Baxter Theatre]
Thursday 2 February 2017
Cape Philharmonic Orchestra’s 11th Summer Music Festival for their Summer Symphony Season brings us MacGregor meets Shostakovich
[Image courtesy of Cape Philharmonic Orchestra]
Friday 3 February 2017
Ash and Brad Seattle in Big Boys The Third at Kalk Bay Theatre will sure have you laughing and wanting to dance along to their upbeat routines.
[Image courtesy of Kalk Bay Theatre]
Sunday 5 February 2017
Romeo and Juliet Ballet at Maynardville Open Air Theatre this classic play by Shakespeare will take you on a journey with new choreography by Robin van Wyk.
[Image courtesy of Wynberg Improvement District]
Monday 6 February 2017
Chavonnes Battery Museum‘s international photography exhibition 1%: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality; looks at the the other end of inequality and focus on wealth instead of poverty. This is it’s 55th exhibition location world wide.
[Image courtesy of 1%: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality]
Tuesday 7 February 2017
Complicit Geographies at Eclectica Contemporary is an exhibition of our engagement and interaction of resources extracted from earth.
[Image courtesy of Eclectica Contemporary]
We hope this selection of events in Cape Town has helped you to find options to get out there and experience our diverse culture and heritage on offer. You can also have a look at some of our previous What’s On Wednesdays editions for some events that are still running.
What’s On Wednesdays 25- 31 Jan 17
What’s On Wednesdays 18 – 24 Jan 2017
What’s On Wednesdays In Cape Town
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Till next time, have fun, enjoy the events and be safe.