As per our previous What’s On Wednesday blog we said we would like to offer more than just one option per day for the week as there are numerous other options available too and we hope that this will entice you even more to get out there and experience the array of varied events available in our great and beautiful city and province too.
Cape Town Comedy Club features in the top ten best comedy clubs in the world. With a weekly great line up and delicious food and drinks you can choose to go for any day of five out of seven days from Wednesdays to Sundays with the occasional additional gig on a Monday.
One Vision – A Tribute to Abba & Queen on from Tuesdays – Sundays until 5 March
The Galileo Open Air Cinema showcasing a host of movies under the stars at amazing Cape Town venues.
[Image courtesy Galileo Open Air Theatre]
Theatre On The Bay
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will be on until 8 April 2017
[Image courtesy Theatre on The Bay]
Gate 69: Cathy and the Trolley Dollies a dinner theatre experience until 29 June 2017
Alexander Bar: Sillage a story of three generations of South African women
Wednesday 22 February 2017
Alexander Bar: The Plothole by Two of Cape Town’s renowned comedians Westley Cockrell and Stuart Cairns
The last of District Six Kanala at The Fugard Theatre from Wednesday through to Sunday has had a really great run and been a real great production that many have gone back to watch a few times. If you’re lucky try till on the last minute to get a ticket to see it.
Vineyard Oval Market at Kenilworth Race Course every Wednesday evening.
Every Wednesday you can join in for OMG Quiz Night at Alexander Bar for
Thursday 23 February 2017
Alexander Bar: Stuart Lightbody’s Little Lies runs through till Saturday 25 February 2017
Friday 24 February 2017
Bay Harbour Market KWV Sound Stage in Hout Bay has live acts available from Fridays through to Sundays and there are over 80 traders and delicious food stalls. This week you on the line up you can find The Kink, The Dixie Swingers and Ruby June.
Saturday 25 February 2017
Rainbow Camino 2017 Celebrating Our Diversity
This year, for the Annual Rainbow Camino, will be on the Wine to Water leg. A beautifully shaded route, rich with sacred sites and diverse culture.
Baxter Theatre | Daniel Ciobanu opening the 2017 season for the Cape Town Concert Series.
Ultimate X Festival an action sports festival
Off The Grid Music Festival 2017 at Camphill Village West Coast is a fundraiser as a fun filled family event with music, great food, beer and amazing people. The line up includes, Freshly Ground, Majozi and Jackal & The Wind to name a few.
Hout Bay Museum’s annual Food Fair. Delicious local food, wine, and homemade ginger beer. Entertainment and fun for the children. Take-aways available.
Hout Bay Farmers Market happens every Saturday at Valley Farmstall, Valley Road, Hout Bay where you can find fresh organic grown vegetables as well as other goods and yummy treats. A farmyard with animals is also available and seating and lawn area to relax and enjoy.
[Image courtesy Hout Bay Farmers Market]
Sunday 26 February 2017
Baxter Theatre hosts Jazz for Hope: Legendary Cape Town based Jazz Musician, Alistair Andrews, invites jazz fans to join him and his friends in a benefit concert
Alexander Bar: Tales From The Violin | Hezron Chetty presents a show that will take you into the dark and fantastic world of a traveling violinist.
Dizzys Camps Bay Beer Pong Sundays with Stellenbrau, great competition coming soon
Taste at Simon’s | Groot Constantia
Monday 27 February 2017
Alexander Bar: bash | A collection of three dark and delicious one act plays
Tuesday 28 February 2017
The premiere of The Mother follows a South African premiere run of its companion piece The Father in November 2016, directed by Greg Karvellas. Running Tuesdays to Saturdays until 4 March 2017.
Baxter Theatre ending off the month with Chapter 2, Section 9, teases apart the complication of sexual identity.
[Image courtesy Baxter Theatre]
Alexander Bar: Dangled | Dangled is an adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s short story Diary of a Madman by mutli-award winning writer Louis Viljoen and performed by multi-award winning actor Rob van Vuuren. On for three nights until Thursday 2 March 2017
The Kalk Bay Theatre: El Blanco | Performer James Cairns (Dirt, The Three Little Pigs, The Snow Goose) teams up with writer Gwydion Beynon (The Epicene Butcher, Amateur Hour) to tell the epic tale of El Blanco : The White One.
To Love or Not to Love: A Street View | 2 February 2017 to 17 March 2017
How long is forever? | 2 February 2017 to 31 July 2017
Art Africa Fair 2017 | 24 February 2017 to 5 March 2017
Michaelis Graduate Exhibition |24 February 2017 to 6 March 2017
With this amazing line up of options we are sure we probably missed some but we know that you will be able to find something to do out of these. Do not forget to comment on our Facebook page for Cape Tourism Connect about your experiences.
Until next week, stay safe, play and have fun!