What’s On Wednesday | 18 – 25 Oct 2017

Yes you have found it, your weekly list of events in one spot on a blog that has a variety of events lined up! Giving you a multitude of choices from one Wednesday to the next making life easier for you to find as many events as we could possibly find, all in one space. If we missed an event or you are planning, know of or have an event please connect with us via our contact page.

Wednesday 18 October 2017
Revitalize Yourself
Join me for an inspirational and slightly magical morning seminar filled with life hacks, give aways, refreshments and the big reveal….how being from Venus helps us women💖

River Republic 2017 Auditions (Round 2)
Attention all Cape Town musicians, songwriters and music enthusiasts!

River Republic together with Music Experience are excited to launch the second edition of the River Republic auditions.

In search of Cape Town’s best undiscovered musicians, we will be running a competition to find FOUR acts to be included on the line up at River Republic 2017.
[Image courtesy of River Republic]

Innie Selle
Na die naweek se GROOT wen vir Hoërskool Tygerberg was daar baie navraag oor wanneer mense hulle weer kan sien. Dis te lank tot KKNK 2018 en daarom gaan ons vir oulaas die seuns in oranje op die planke hê. Die kaartjies is te koop by die deure of vooraf by Mev. Dreyer teen R20 per persoon.
[Image courtesy of Hoërskool Tygerberg]

Film Screening – Hope For All
Join Vegilicious for a screening of the award-winning documentary HOPE FOR ALL, as part of the Cape Town Vegan Challenge | October 2017. Your ticket gets you a veggie burger, too!

“Hope for All is a stirring and moving film about the consequences of Western dietary habits, and an urgent appeal to all of us to actively promote a sustainable change in our environment. The message: If we change our eating habits, we change the planet.”

Sxollie Sessions Presents Gerry Liberty
Mantra Café presents Sxollie Sessions showcasing the finest vocal talent from in and around Cape Town. Gerry Liberty is next on our line up with a Folk/Blues sound and beat. Sit back as he effortlessly transports you into musical bliss.
In partnership with Sxollie Cider.
[Image courtesy of Mantra Café]

Run Green!
Ever wanted to know more about ‘Running Green’ and how you can help??
Distance runners understand the physical dimensions of their bodies better than most and are fine-tuned to environmental perturbations which could affect performance. Running in polluted environments drains energy, while running in pristine surrounds lifts the soul and with it, performance. Race organisers are becoming more conscious of the need to marry racing with environmental integrity, committing increasingly to low-carbon measures or carbon neutrality, zero waste to landfill and to raising environmental awareness.

ATC Sunset TTT
Join in on the next ATC Running Summer Sunset Team Time Trial.
Teams of 4 will run 3km each and will take in the stadium surrounds, pedestrian and cycle paths and the Green Point Urban Park and will be capped at 100 teams entering, with a total of 400 runners.  Each team will consist of 4 runners, and each runner will run 3 Kilometres. Clubs are also welcome to erect their gazebos on the field.
[Image courtesy of Go-Time and ATC Multisport]

Memorial Time Trial
We will be running the time trial in memory of:
Vanessa Fabe; Christine Brown; Ivan Fenandez; Gordon Vaughan; Denis Nixon; Gemma van Kets; Nick Cardinelli; Jean Hann; Clifford McKinnon; Lindy van Driel; Ivor Usendorff; Sonia Beard; Ray Creffield; Tony Brehany; James Nicolson; Graham Norris; Harley Apsey; Pam Paulse; Derik Naude; Redewaan Andrews; Winston Wilson; Abeeda Ahmed, John Winter, Dave Spence, Georges Willis, Retha van Zyl, Andrew Janisch; Uwe Strack, Paul Stoltenkamp and others.

Christmas Cooking Course
Who doesn’t love Crystal, Christmas, Candles, Candy and Comfort food?
Join us in our 8 week cooking class.

While I play “Debbie Demonstrates” you can…
Sit back with your glass, a pen, a knife, a spoon, get your hands dirty
or simply help pour the next round. You choose how involved you want to get.
The Crystal Kitchen is where we create together as you would in your own kitchen.

Earth Fair Market Tokai | Open every Wednesday 3-8pm | Expect to find good local artisanal products, great activities for the kids and a wonderful vibey atmosphere to enjoy.
Earth Fair Market 1
[Image courtesy of Earth Fair Market]

Thursday 19 October 2017
Sit the Folk Down presents Robin Auld and Jon Shaban
Join us for this very special house concert featuring the legendary Singer/Songwriter, Robin Auld. Slide guitar, harmonica, African folk, blues, calypso and soul vocals all feature in the fresh sound of Zambian- born Robin.
[Image courtesy of Sit the Folk Down]

Juan Casey playing live @ the City Bowl Market
Juan Casey will be playing live music @ the Market on Thursday. Plenty of food and drinks and tasty chocolate brownies and cupcakes. Don’t miss out! Doors open for trading @ 4:30 -8:30pm.

Intro to Upper Reality
Hi! I’m Upper Reality and I make beats and sing over them so they don’t get stolen 😉 I’m new to Cape Town so in celebration, I’m releasing an EP, along with fellow musicians and poets in the area. Come by and listen to some new music!
[Image courtesy of Upper Reality]

The first ever Millie’s got talent will be taking place this Thursday evening! 🌟 Our MHS News anchors, David Vilakazi and Graeme Naicker, will be the co-hosts for the evening! Tickets are R20 and can be bought at the door! 🎫 There are cash prizes up to R300 that can be won and the winner gets a months worth of free vocal coaching! Make sure to bring your friends and family to witness the finest Milnerton High School has to offer. 🎤

Nudi Fundi course
Ever marveled at these fascinating critters which we have in abundance in False Bay? Come and learn more with Georgina Jones next week. You might even become a “Nudi Fundi”!
[Image courtesy of Pisces Divers Cape Town]

Noordhoek Community Market at Cape Point Vineyards
Join the Noordhoek locals at Cape Point Vineyards for a taste of the best market fare in the Cape, every Thursday from 4:30 to 8:30pm
[Image courtesy of Noordhoek Community Market and Cape Point Vineyards]

Jazz Thursdays at Vista Marina Restaurant 
Jazz, Delicious Menu, lovely setting….what more could you ask for?!
Vista Style, Vista Life, Vista Jazz….
[Images courtesy of Vista Marina Restaurant CPT]

Thursday night Jam in the Pot
The Melting Pot invites you to come to our live music jam session every Thursday night. Entrance is free.
[Image courtesy of The Melting Pot]

Earth Fair Market St Georges Mall | Thursdays 11am – 3pm | It is difficult to put into words the special kind of magic that happens in the centre of our beautiful city on a daily basis. There is an energy and a magic that is tangible – I challenge you to take a walk through the Company Gardens and around the city centre to see if you can’t feel it… We, at Earth Fair Market are the luckiest bunch on earth to be able to call the little piece of paradise between Wale Street and Church Street our home every Thursday.
[Image courtesy of Earth Fair Market]

Friday 20 October 2017
aKING is a South African melodic rock band based in Bellville, a suburb of Cape Town. The band was formed in November 2007 by Hunter Kennedy and Jaco ‘Snakehead’ Venter, both members of the Bellville-based Fokofpolisiekar, in collaboration with Laudo Liebenberg (vocals and guitar) and Hennie Van Halen (bass).
[Image courtesy of Die Boer]

Francois Van Coke
Francois Van Coke, is the lead vocalist, songwriter and founding member of the South African alternative rock bands Fokofpolisiekar and Van Coke Kartel.
[Image courtesy of Fallen Angels Pet Rescue]

Slowbone – Classic Rock Tribute
Slowbone an awesome Rock/Rock Blues cover band. Ron Munroe – Drums, Sean Morrison – Vocals, Lead Guitar, Alistair Sansom – Rhythm Guitar, Keyboards, Victor Bergh – Bass, Steve Strydom – Vocals, Linda Strydom – Vocals, Keyboards
[Image courtesy of Camel Rock and Slowbone]

Stone Jets | Live Music Fridays at Dizzys
We’ll be playing a non stop set at Dizzy’s Camps Bay.
You wanna be there. Catch the festive feels before the Vaalies come to town…
R40 at the door 🚪 | 10pm on the dance floor
[Image courtesy of Stone Jets and Dizzys Camps Bay]

SA meets Brazil – Derek Gripper performs Egberto Gismonti
The Brazilian Consulate of Cape Town presents | South Africa meets Brazil
An evening with renowned guitarist Derek Gripper performing works from legendary Brazilian composer and musician, Egberto Gismonti. The Slave Church Museum on Long street will host Derek as he explores some of Egberto Gismonti’s music and other composers, according to his inspiration. Entrance is free and limited to capacity. Tapas and Refreshments supplied. Experience the music of two guitar masters in one beautiful setting.
[Image courtesy of Eland Gray]

Lourensford Twilight Market
Join us for our signature #TwilightMarket on the beautiful Lourensford Estate in Somerset West! Bring your loved one, family, friends or even your four-legged kids! Great quality food, a variety of new stalls and seating areas & live entertainment!
[Image courtesy of Lourensford Market]

Saturday 21 October 2017
Taipei-Cape Jazz Connection
Join KMA Intimate Sessions as we celebrate cross-cultural expertise with top class Cape Town musicians. Concert performance with Taiwanese musicians Chi-pin Hsieh (jazz violin) and Kai-ya Chang (piano) in collaboration with Amanda Tiffin (voice) Shaun Johannes (bass) & Kevin Gibson (drums)
[Image courtesy of Kronendal Music Academy of Hout Bay]

The Jack Mantis Band at Camel Rock
Gypsy Rockers ,The Jack Mantis Band with Andre Geldenhuys ,Wade Brown and Brandon Cupido will showcase songs from their upcoming album and jam some old favourites. We look forward to their grooving gypsy tunes ♡ R100 bucks ♡
[Image courtesy of Camel Rock]

All in a Days’ Fun Jewellery Workshop
A Beginners One Day Workshop. Come and make your own sterling silver ring/set of stack Rings. No experience required. All materials & refreshments included. Cost R1750. Please pre-book at info@firepetals.com Only 4 students per workshop.
[Image courtesy of Firepetals- creative jewellery]

Matt Roux at The Wild Fig
Matt Roux returns to liven up the weekend, a show not to be missed!! Bring your dancing shoes and warm your voices to jam to the likes of John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen, Tracey Chapman and many more…
#thewildfig #musicinthegarden #livemusic #greatfood #goodcompany Matt Roux
[Image courtesy of The Wild Fig Restaurant]

Decorate a shoebox for Santa Shoebox Project
This Saturday, kids can enjoy decorating a shoebox for the Santa Shoebox Project! The Santa Shoebox Project collects and distributes gifts at Christmas time to underprivileged children throughout South Africa and Namibia. Don’t let your kids miss out on this amazing opportunity to help an underprivileged child in need!

Specific kids’ stalls include Lucky Duck Toys, J.Beenz funky kids’ fashion, Blame it on my Gypsey Soul hair braiding, Birds of a Feather hair accessories, henna tattoos, Cynthia’s for hip African-inspired dresses, as well as a range of healthy juices and smoothies from Dr Juice and other yummy snacks.21687758_1644823032258631_724763111532894396_n.jpg
[Image courtesy of Bay Harbour Market, Hout Bay]

Saturday Markets:
The Palms Décor and Lifestyle Centre Woodstock Market
Find a unique gem of a market – compared to the best in Europe – a Platteland atmosphere, people and characters of note, trading like the good old days on the village square. You won’t get it more real, friendly and personal! Once you’ve been, we know you’ll be back for more!
[Image courtesy of The Palms Décor and Lifestyle Centre]

Neighbourgoods Market Cape Town
Is an independent initiative founded in 2006 by entrepreneurs Justin Rhodes and Cameron Munro, whose aim is to revive and reinvent the Public Market as a civic institution. This award-winning market features over 100 specialty traders every Saturday, creating a weekly platform for local farmers, fine-food purveyors, organic merchants, bakers and distributors, grocers, mongers, butchers, artisan producers, celebrated local chefs, and micro enterprises.
[Image courtesy of Neighbourgoods Market Cape Town]

Earth Fair Market Tokai
A top quality market experience. We are all about pasture reared and ethically farmed animal products, fresh produce shopping. Change the way you shop!
Earth Fair Market 2
[Image courtesy of Earth Fair Market]

Good Company Farmers Market
Is based in the cultural and historical hub of Cape Town. Situated in the company gardens you have access to amazing food, crafts and entertainment. Market is dog and child friendly with board games, yoga, food growing courses, pony rides, ball games, beer, wine and gin. Come and spend a day in the park and take in the historical monuments, views and the gardens to inspire you to go green. Open to discuss bespoke kiddies and adult parties alike. Please get in touch to arrange.
[Image courtesy of Good Company Farmers Market]

Oranjezicht City Farm and Market Day
Held every Saturday at the historic Granger Bay site of the V&A Waterfront, the OZCF Market Day is a community farmers-style market for independent local farmers and artisanal food producers. At the OZCF Market customers can do weekly food shopping (veg, fruit, bread, organic dairy, free-range eggs, honey, muesli etc), try out some delicious cooked and raw foods and be inspired about helping to build an alternative food system. Additionally, customers can buy edible plants and seedlings, compost and gardening supplies and equipment.
[Image courtesy of Oranjezicht City Farm and Market Day]

Sunday 22 October 2017
Burton and the Blues
We getting our Blues on this Sunday, come join us for a great afternoon with great people, great cocktails and great music.
Only R20 cover!!
[Image courtesy of Burton and The Blues and Cape To Cuba]

Adrian More and Qden Blaauw Soiree
The Richard Wagner Society’s next recital will take place on Sunday, October 22, in Sea Point. Featuring a combination of established meeting a rising star, the soiree will feature the composer/pianist Adrian More playing his own Rienzi Fantasy Impromptu, along with works by Scarlatti, Ravel, Haydn and Klatzow. The second half of the programme will feature the extraordinary young pianist, Qden Blaauw, who will play J S Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Ravel and Moskovsky.

Special Film Screening – Disturbing the Peace
In a world torn by conflict – in a place where the idea of peace has been abandoned – an energy of determined optimism emerges. When someone is willing to disturb the status quo and stand for the dream of a free and secure world, who will stand with them?
[Image courtesy of South African Jewish Museum]

Dizzys Camps Bay | Beer Pong Sundays  aim it, sink  it, they drink it!
Join us on Sunday for our current Beer Pong competition! Gather your friends and challenge each other. We’re also adding a bit of a twist to the game so check our social media pages for updates.
[Image courtesy of Dizzys Camps Bay]

Market at The Barn
INDOOR MARKET – over 50 stalls!!! Arts and Crafts, Clothing, Food, Health and Beauty, Home ware, Live Entertainment & Fun Activities
[Image courtesy of Market at the Barn – Durbanville]

Camphill Village Country Market
Our tranquil and spacious farm offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a day out with the family, take in the sights and sounds of Camphill Village and enjoy a quaint market with a vibrant atmosphere. Our monthly market is both an indoor and outdoor event, between a spacious community hall and sheltered, welcoming green gardens.

Borderline live at Im Eimer
An afternoon filled with great friends and family as we end off the weekend in style! Legendary Eisbein, cold imported beer on tap! Bookings recommended 021 8581 488
[Image courtesy of Im Eimer – Somerset West ZA]

Lourensford Sunday Market
Join us at our Sunday market on the beautiful Lourensford Estate in Somerset West! Bring your loved one, family, friends or even your four-legged kids! Great quality food, a variety of new stalls and seating areas & live entertainment!
[Image courtesy of Lourensford Market]

Monday 23 October 2017
Monday Night Magic | Cape Town Magic Club
Located in the historical heart of Cape Town, South Africa, in an old underground bank vault of the 5-star Taj Cape Town, our intimate 50-seater theatre offers guest a rare opportunity to see top South African & international magicians (and the occasional mystery guest) perform their own unique brands of illusion, sleight of hand, mentalism and magical sideshow acts in an exclusive venue.
[Image courtesy of Cape Town Magic Club]

Canvas Dance Showcase 2017
A show for the whole family with a combination of Modern, Tap, Hip Hop and Tiny Tots Ballet. This entertaining production showcasing our wonderful dancers will definitely get your feet tapping!
[Image courtesy of Canvas Dance]

Application Deadline
If you are interested in showcasing your work – please have the completed application submitted by 23 October
[Image courtesy of NAKED ART]

The Dusty Rhodes Band Live at The Barleycorn Music Club
The Dusty Rhodes Band will be playing a few songs from their Neil Young tribute show. As a group of experienced musicians with great depth in performing over the years . Their passion for the music of Neil Young is clear as they create a memorable experience.
[Image courtesy of The Dusty Rhodes Band]

Etymotic Mondays Poetry Jam Session
Etymotic Mondays started for the love of the Arts, artist collaborations, making the arts accessible, promoting and celebrating original conscious content. The backbone for the platform is poetry, performance poetry, spoken word, for the writers, authors, storytellers and poets in collaboration with musicians, visual artists, movement artists, performance arts in its totality.
[Image courtesy of Etymotic Mondays]

Improv Mondays by The Long Shots Improvised Comedy Troupe for some improv shenanigans!
[Image courtesy of The Long Shots Improvised Comedy Troupe]

Tuesday 24 October 2017
Cinemalliance “Les beaux jours”
A depressed woman has prematurely retired from her dentistry career. Her grown daughters and her husband seem helpful on the surface, but in reality are taking her for granted, just going about their own preoccupied lives, no longer seeing her for who she is. That is until by chance she meets someone who ignites a sense of her higher self and puts a smile on her face.
[Image courtesy of Alliance Française du Cap]

Woman Empowerment Summit
The BMF has partnered with Cornerstone Institute to bring you the Women Empowerment Summit 2017. RSVP before the 20th of October to secure your seat as spaces are limited.RSVP to marykan@cornerstone.ac.za OR marketingwc@bmfonline.co.za

Fender Roadshow at Music Experience, Cape Town
Come and see, hear and play the latest Fender products, Cuctom shop models, and other Fender family guitars

Global Fender Clinician, Robin Gallagher and internationally acclaimed local legend DAN PATLANSKY, will put new gear to the test and show you how to capture those classic Fender tones.
[Image courtesy of Dan Patlansky]

Free Screening: The Power of the Heart
“From the director of ‘THE SECRET’, Drew Heriot, comes this unparalleled and life-changing film about the astonishing power and intelligence of your heart.
[Image courtesy of Soaring Free]

Dowwe Dolla DVD Opname
Take 2!
Aangesien Neef Kotie vergeet het om die audio knoppie by die vorige opname te druk, het ons pragtige prentjies, maar geen klank nie- so hier gaan ons weer…
[Image courtesy of Dowwe Dolla]

Dizzys Camps Bay | Tuesdays Karaoke Nights
Lively atmosphere, party scene and all around hangout spot for locals serving great food and beer. Expect to have some popular tunes and maybe not so popular vocals but we’re all about a good party and having fun.
[Image courtesy of Dizzys Camps Bay]

Wednesday 25 October 2017
Rising Tides – Founders Story with Andrew Katzwinkel
Join us for a Founders Story with Andrew Katzwinkel – CEO, Fomo Travel – Africa’s First Lay-Buy Travel Platform. Andrew will be sharing his entrepreneurial journey with us and advice based on the challenges and successes of founding his Startup. RSVP is essential.
[Image courtesy of Rise Cape Town]

Cape Town Community Night
This event happens monthly, is free to attend, and anyone may speak at the meetup – just comment beneath to let us know! This is for anyone and everyone interested in making games of any shape, size or type. Come join us! Test games! Talk games! Make games
[Image courtesy of Make Games South Africa]

JO Black Musiek Konsert (Met een stem)
Maak gereed vir ‘n onvergeetlike aand saam met JO Black. Die nuwe stem in Afrikaanse Musiek met die baard, tattoos en ‘n passievolle musikant met goeie stories. Jy wil nie sy vertoning misloop nie. Sitplek kaartjies verkoop teen R120/per volwassene en R60 vir kinders.
[Image courtesy of Scott Republic]

Klipdas Launch
Klipdas Studio and Productions aims to promote contemporary commercial and art music through collaboration across all art disciplines.

Founded in May, we have already collaborated with Lobster Inc. and The American Culinary Institute on the Studio’s side. We wish to now publicly launch Klipdas, and what better way to do so with an evening filled with all new works by 3 prominent South African composers at one of the coolest venues around, Youngblood!

Vineyard Oval Market Opening Night
The Vineyard Oval Market is in its 4th summer edition and will be re-opening on Wednesday, 25 October at Maynardville Park, Wynberg Chelsea.

We will confirm all market dates for 2017 soon and please keep an eye on The Vineyard Oval Market (Main Page and Event Page) for all market related information with some exciting announcements
[Image courtesy of The Vineyard Oval Market and AME Consulting]

Earth Fair Market Tokai | Open every Wednesday 3-8pm | Expect to find good local artisanal products, great activities for the kids and a wonderful vibey atmosphere to enjoy.
Earth Fair Market 1
[Image courtesy of Earth Fair Market]

Events on numerous days and running for an extended period:
Arts, Books, Crafts & Theatre
Book Lounge 
Various book launches takes place weekly as an independent book shop in the heart of Cape Town be sure to be assisted by a passionate team, serving great coffee and the good selection of fantastic books.

Joshua Tree Organics and Guerilla House is an impromptu and organic training space where we learn practical urban permaculture skills, deepen our interconnection, and actively engage in regeneration as a collective. Hosting various events you can have a look at their line up on their Facebook page.

Baxter Theatre
The Baxter Theatre Centre is a vibrant, multicultural entertainment hub in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. Nestled under the striking Devil’s Peak mountain and at the foot of the University of Cape Town, the Baxter boasts a world-class theatre and concert hall, as well as a studio stage, rehearsal rooms, offices, a restaurant and bars and an impressive spacious foyer.

Jersey Boy| 19 – 21 October 2017
Schalk Bezuidenhout is quickly becoming one of South Africa’s best and most loved comedians. Rumour has it that, if you stare at his jerseys for long enough, you can hear Christmas music… or get a headache. After sold out success in June 2017, Schalk Bezuidenhout will have you in stitches when he returns to the Baxter Theatre in October. No wonder they call him: Jersey Boy.
[Image courtesy of Baxter Theatre]

Mamela Nyamza Season at the Baxter | 17 – 28 October 2017
Choreographer, dance artist and activist, Mamela Nyamza, brings two of her acclaimed and confrontational works to the Baxter. Known for her direct and confrontational artistic works about interaction and introspection of who we are, this season showcases her unique approach to dance and performance that is driven by her constant endeavours to challenge herself and the world that she lives in. Having just returned from the Afrovibes Festival in Amsterdam, and the Spielart das Festival in Germany, Rock to the Core and De-Apart-Hate
[Image courtesy of Baxter Theatre]

Jesus Christ Superstar | 25 – 28 October 2017
Jesus Christ Superstar – the 1970’s rock opera with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. It is based on the Bible’s account of the last week of Jesus’s life on earth. However the story gets told from a fictional, human perspective: that of Judas who possibly grappled with finding answers to the issues of the time as a human.
[Image courtesy of Baxter Theatre]

Cape Town Barnyard
Nineties vs Noughties |11 October – 30 December 2017
The Barnyard Theatre presents a HOT NEW live production – NINETIES VERSUS NOUGHTIES. Which decade rocked our world the most? The challenge is on! Nineties vs Noughties is a music roller coaster of hit songs – featuring a talented 10 piece cast who revive pop and rock icons from both decades. The nineties was an era of compact disc players, the Sony Walkman and Vinyl records, whilst the 2000s saw the rise of the internet Media Player, iTunes and YouTube.

Kalk Bay Theatre
State Fracture | 3 – 28 October 2017
From the creative team that brought you PAY BACK THE CURRY, comes the satirical, multi-sketch sequel, STATE FRACTURE. With a country that keeps giving, be prepared to laugh, to think and to be blown away by the performance of Daniel Mpilo Richards, Best Breakthrough Performer nominee, Naledi Theatre Awards and Best Performer in a Revue nominee, Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards. Written by Mike van Graan, directed by Rob van Vuuren and produced by Siv Ngesi.

Alexander Bar ~ Cafe ~ Theatre
Unique bar and theatre. Vintage Decor. Working rotary phones. Intimate live performances upstairs. Single Malts. Martinis. Weissbier. Sofa revolve. No TV. Fine wines. Kitchen open til midnight. Have a look at their line up here.

Artscape Theatre Centre
Situated in the heart of the mother city, the Artscape Theatre Centre brings you the highest level of artistic excellence in all aspects of performing arts for more than four decades!

Have a look at the new website what’s on.

Masque Theatre
A first-class venue, seating 174, able to host live shows (musicals, dramas, dancing, etc.), seminars, presentations, film shows, and so on. Facilities and equipment include dressing rooms, excellent lighting and sound equipment.

Jam Every Other Day | 19 – 21 October 2017
Jam Every Other Day is a beautiful tale from a mother of six children, all about raising them “on little more than love and good intentions.” Based on the memoir of South African author Emmaleen Kriel, this one-woman show is full of charm, humour and truth.

Theatre Arts Admin Collective
A thriving theatre centre that supports the local theatre community by providing opportunity and affordable access to resources and training. They have various productions which can be viewed either on their website or listed on their Facebook page.

Rockwell Theatre | Kaapse Stories
Richard Loring (producer of worldwide-acclaimed African Footprint) introduces Kaapse Stories at their new venue Rockwell Theatre in Green Point.
[Image courtesy of Rockwell Theatre]

Jamrock Theatre
Performance Art Theatre in Brackenfell
[Image courtesy of Jamrock Theatre]

Gate 69 | 11 – 19 October 2017
Christina Bianco’s singular voice and comedic charm have brought audiences around the world to their feet. Join her as she celebrates the most iconic vocalists and pop-culture personalities from yesterday and today.
[Image courtesy of Gate69 Cape Town]

Labia Theatre | Old School Cinema on Orange Street
[Image courtesy of Labia Theatre]

Shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival Playground Cape Town | 18 – 22 October 2017
shnit Worldwide Shorfilmfestival presents an explosive Short Film Experience like no other. In its eighth year in South Africa, we return to The Labia Theatre and Pulp Cinema in Stellenbosch with additional venues at Alexander Bar and Bertha Movie House in Khayelitsha.

The best in South African shorts take centre-stage every night in the ever growing MADE IN SOUTH AFRICA award category and our staple out-of-competition SA showcase KAAPSE BOBOTIE.
[Image courtesy of Shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival]

Art Exhibitions
Passage by Mohau Modisakeng | 13 Sep – 21 Oct 2017
WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to present Passage – a new body of work by Mohau Modisakeng, consisting of performance, photography and film.

Passage (2017) by Mohau Modisakeng, is a three-channel video projection and photographic series that meditates on slavery’s dismemberment of African identity and its enduring erasure of personal histories.
[Image courtesy of What if the World]

Everyday Anomaly | 9 Sep – 21 Oct 2017
Normality, an idea so ingrained in culture that it feels like truth, is an invention of nineteenth century Europe. Originating in statistics, norms first entered language and culture as a means to describe the distribution of human characteristics, a way to talk about bodies and behaviours on a grand scale that quickly became synonymous with their typical forms. But it’s a slim line between an average and an ideal at the best of times: what’s true for many can too easily become what should be true for all. Today we’re most familiar with the norm as a standard by which we judge ourselves and each other. Normality is conditioned, and it is conditional.

Sixty+ Counts – Photo exhibition with Ikamva Labantu | 5 – 29 October 2017
In celebration of the International Day of Older Persons (1 October 2017),Ikamva Labantu, in collaboration with Alliance Française du Cap and the Embassy of France in South Africa, will be hosting an exhibition of photographic portrait series of older persons residing in Cape Town’s township communities.
[Image courtesy of Alliance Française du Cap]

Tr!pt3ch a solo exhibition by Claude ChandlerWorldart | 5 – 26 October 2017
Following his recent residency in Europe, Claude Chandler returns to South Africa for his latest solo exhibition. Tr!pt3ch presents a series of two large scale acrylic on canvas triptychs – ‘Binary Saints’ and ‘CTRL ALT DEL’. The titles refer to his interest in the digital world and its effect on human philosophy and psychology.

The South African Print Gallery
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Codex | Isabella Kuijers | 27 Sep – 21 Oct 2017
The artworks featured in ‘Codex’ are like chapters in a larger narrative, seeking insight into the pitfalls of communication and understanding in the age of Information Technology, and our perilous relationship with that precious historical emblem of expansive learning so revered by the Gutenberg mind: paper. http://99loop.co.za/exhibitions/isabella-kuijers-codex
[Image courtesy 99 Loop Gallery]

See no evil, hear no evil, do no evil | Khaya Sineyile | 27 Sep – 21 Oct 2017
99 Loop is delighted to be exhibiting the latest solo show by Khaya Sineyile, whose bold, bright paintings are built up of many strata, hinting at the layers people build around their lives to cover up the dark truth. Through his work, Sineyile aims to give a voice to the voiceless, creating discussion around issues often kept secret. Nadja Daehnke will be opening the exhibition, so be sure not to miss out!
[Image courtesy of 99 Loop Gallery]

Iziko Museums has the following events/exhibitions:
Iziko Slave Lodge 
Until 31 December 2017 | Material women? The shweshwe story
By means of costumes, accessories and contextual images, this exhibition traces the origins of isishweshwe cloth from its roots as a trade item in Asia and Europe, to its establishment as a much-loved southern African material icon.

Until 28 February 2018 | Through Positive Eyes is an exhibition which builds on the work of South African photographer Gideon Mendel, harnessing the power of the arts to banish HIV stigma.

Iziko South African National Gallery
Until 15 December 2017 | At Face Value
While most portraits focus on the face, others reveal more about the environment and social relationships, especially between an artist and a sitter.

Until 18 March 2018 | Assessing Abstraction
As the scratchings on the 70 000-year-old Blombos ochre reveal, that non-figurative mark-marking long predates the very notion of ‘art’ itself.

Until 31 May 2018 |  ‘Alternative Press’ – Work of Derek Bauer
Is an exhibition of original cartoons dedicated to the talent of cartoonist Derek Bauer. He became well-known for his inherently irreverent cartoons and caricatures of politicians and other prominent figures during the troubled and Apartheid-stricken South Africa and the turbulent world in the 1980s.

Iziko South African Museum
Until 31 December 2017 | Crossing the Ecoline
Between the atmosphere and the ocean – at the point where the absorption of carbon dioxide takes place – is the “ecoline”. This is where two environments interconnect.

The Bo-Kaap Museum, situated in the historic area that became home to many Muslims and freed slaves after the abolition of slavery, showcases local Islamic culture and heritage.

Groot Constantia Manor House with its exhibition of furniture, paintings, textiles, ceramics, brass, and copperware, provides an insight into the life of a successful 18th to late 19th century Cape farmer.

Koopmans-de Wet House
This house museum is furnished as a home for a well-to-do Cape family during the late 18th Century. It houses some of the best pieces of Cape furniture and silver in the country, in addition to a priceless collection of ceramics.

The Iziko Maritime Centre features an overview of shipping in Cape Town, and the earliest existing model of Table Bay harbour, completed in 1885 by prisoners and warders of Breakwater Prison, forms part of the exhibitions.

The Iziko Planetarium and Digital Dome, one of only 6 fully fledged planetaria on the African Continent, brings the most advanced digital visualisation technology to Cape Town.

Rust en Vreugd was built as a home for Willem Cornelis Boers, a high-ranking official of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) known as a fiscal, around 1777–1778.

Social History Centre
After a three-year programme of renovation and extension of the National Mutual Building on Church Square, it was handed back to Iziko during a media preview event held on International Museum Day, 18 May 2010.

Entertainment, Expos & Markets
Mojo Market
Contemporary indoor food and lifestyle market situated in the heart of Sea Point. Open 7 days a week. Alcohol served Thursdays through Sundays from 11AM to 11PM
Mojo Market.jpg
[Image courtesy of Mojo Market]

Wine & Oyster Festival | 25 – 29 October 2017
Be a part of our first ever festival of wine, sun and seafood! Cape Town Fish Market is celebrating the start of summer with a waterfront festival for the whole family. Whether you love oysters, wine, live music, or just want to enjoy some great food, it’s got something for everyone to savour in the sunshine.
[Image courtesy of Brewers Co-op]

Windhoek Oktoberfest 2017 | 20 – 22 Oct 17
Due to the enormous popularity of the 2016 Windhoek Oktoberfest, we have decided that we are going to introduce a slightly different structure this year.

Opening night 20th October 2017
Think group team building events or just getting a group of friends together for a fun-filled experience.
[Image courtesy of Windhoek Oktoberfest in Cape Town ]

Cape Town Comedy Club
The club has hosted some of the world’s most famous comedians including; Michael Mittermeier (Germany), Christopher Titus (US), Babben Larsson (Sweden), Dana Alexander (UK) and the best of the best South African stars and also hosted numerous high profile corporate events.
[Image courtesy of Cape Town Comedy Club]

The Thirsty Oyster Tavern
Legend has it that old Rasta on the Roof found this shipwreck in the Old Harbour and turned it into a pub and restaurant called ‘The Thirsty Oyster Tavern’, where, to quote him, ‘home is where the anchor drops’. So why not drop anchor here for a while, crack open that careworn shell and slip into our relaxed and friendly ambiance – whether it be in the cool breezes of summer or by the warm, cosy fires in winter – we have 3 fireplaces to ensure you stay nice and warm. And that infamous South Easter? Don’t fuss! We’re pretty sheltered, tucked in as we are, between the Naval College and the National Sea Rescue facility.

Their events are listed on their Facebook page.
[Image courtesy of The Thirsty Oyster Tavern]

Beerhouse (on long) has regular events from Beer Pong to live music, silent discos and their #BrewFood Revolution! You can follow their events on their Facebook page, here.

V&A Waterfront hosts various events, from exhibitions, to live music and more, to see a full list of events have a look at their event listings here.

KWV Sound Stage | Bay Harbour Market
Bay Harbour Market is a vibey and fun market with great products and delicious eats and drinks with regular live entertainment that they update on their Facebook page.

The Piano Bar with live music, great specials and entertainment.

NOMAD bistro & bar sure knows how to bring great events to their venue and you can see their line up on their page.

This week at The House Of Machines

Saturday Night Salsa! at Step Brothers Restaurant & Bar
Sensagria Dance invites YOU! Join us for an AWESOME PARTY on Saturday Night! A FANTASTIC evening of SALSA, BACHATA and KIZOMBA. DJs Carlos and Lani will have you dancing the night away!

The Thomas Easton showcases various events and invites you over to come and enjoy some great times with them.

Jazz in the Native Yards features various jazz musicians in people’s backyards and community centres where live music doesn’t exist.

Harringtons Cocktail Lounge
An upmarket cocktail bar and boutique lounge #surfhard with live music and parties.

The Forex Bar
Hey guys, check out what’s happening this week for a damn good time!
[Image courtesy of The Forex Bar]

Alma Cafe posts their events as the week progresses.

Quay 4 | Events and live music line up can be viewed here.

Oroboros Tapas Bar events line up can be found here.

Madison Avenue Cape Town has an event line up on their Facebook page.

The Striped Horse shows you just how striped up they are with their live gigs.

A Touch of Madness | brings you live events and DJ parties you would not want to miss and you can see what they have to offer every week here.

Cafe Roux Sessions | Noordhoek and Cape Town
Showcasing our country’s biggest, as well as new up-and-coming bands, musicians & comedians in such an intimate & personal setting. Café Roux Sessions encompass the collective passions: world class music, great food, wonderful wine…all shared with people you really enjoy!
[Image courtesy of Cafe Roux]

Jack Black Beer list of events can be seen here.
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Grandwest CasinoLive bands every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Start off your weekend on the right note at Jackson Hall and get your dose of DJ and live entertainment. Their live band covers some of the best known Jazz Standards as well as some newer popular songs.

Mercury Live Cape Town events line up on their Facebook page.

The Waiting Room has parties and live music events and their great line up can be seen here.

Brewers Co-op hosts various events and loves sport so be sure to find various kinds playing on their screens. Have a look at their line up.

Programmes, Courses, Conferences and Workshops
2-day Business Writing Skills Programmes | 18 – 19 Oct 17
Are you struggling to compile concise and accurate business documents?
This 2-day accredited Business Writing programme aligned to Unit Standard 119459 will equip you with practical skills to overcome day to day challenges in the workplace.
[Image courtesy of Work Skills Resources]

Tech & Mech
Killarney International Raceway where racing, engines and modified cars bring people together.

2 Day – Web Design Course | 19 – 20 Oct 17
All is welcome! The training will empower you to create your own artwork / website and digital newsletter for your company / organization / institution! Apply Online!
[Image courtesy of I-CAN Centre – Genesis CITI]

So get out there and have some fun and adventure as you enjoy our city’s events and more!

Do let us know which events you have been to and your experience, leave a comment or share it with us on our Facebook page, until next week have fun and be safe.


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