Salon 91 presents a solo exhibition by Kirsten Sims, entitled Saturn Return. This body of work pushes the expanse of space through the exploration of scale and through the creation of dialogue between big and small works.
This laugh-a-minute take on the airline industry will have you rolling in the aisles and coming back for more! Three 8ft stewardesses belting out one big number after the next and moving in heels like nobody’s business… men want them and women want to be them! Buckle up – flying will never be the same again!
Join Honest Chocolate at their production kitchen in the Woodstock Exchange for a hands-on chocolate experience. You’ll be learning about cacao and chocolate-making, tasting all the different flavours (hard work, we know) and working with the chocolate yourself. At the end, you get to take home a box of bonbons handmade by you!
Give the hipster gin bars a rest and go straight to the source to see exactly what goes into crafting the super spirit – and sip perfect-serve G&Ts while you’re at it. Highlights Taste 4 different handcrafted artisanal gins.
This year Nataniël celebrates 30 years on stage since his debut in 1987. He will be telling his favourite stories in English and Afrikaans and sing music that has inspired him in the last 30 years.
In celebration of National Women’s Day in August, thousands of women will be on the run through the streets of Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town. Push your limits against top athletes or set your own pace and show them what it means when road meets runner.
Western Province Dance Teachers` Association holds a dance showcase of performances given by teachers of the Association profiling various genres of dance, including hip-hop, tap, classical ballet, contemporary dance and theatre dance.
The Third Best Exotic Marigold is a series of exotic, quixotic weekends capturing the colors, cultures and cuisines of one of the world’s most frenetic destinations – India. The itinerary is jam-packed with Indian food and fare, exotic drinks and wine, yoga and meditation, rural walks and shake-a-legs and fashion flair.
The Jazz and Cheese Fondues take place from 25 June to 27 August this year, returning to our snug and intimate underground wine cellar. It’s here that the cheese-pot lids come off, melting all resistance with piping hot Swiss-style cheese and melodic jazz tunes performed live by talented local bands.
The Franschhoek Wine Valley, South Africa’s leading wine and food destination, will once again be hosting the annual Bastille Festival, where locals and visitors will be celebrating the valley’s centuries-old French Huguenot heritage.
No-one does Sunday lunch quite like former fashion editor and firm foodie Isabella Niehaus. Bella is a cook and entertainer of note, with a special passion for cooking with fresh, sustainable seafood. It’s her mission to show guests that cooking with fresh fish doesn’t have to be intimidating at all!
Port lovers are invited to cosy up in one of the Cape’s oldest wineries, appreciating the rich and luscious flavours of Cape Port-Style Wines and noshing on delicious winter warmer treats prepared by the Muratie Farm Kitchen. All the wines on show will be available for purchase at cellar door prices. In addition, von Geusau will be tempting taste buds with their decadently delicious hand crafted chocolates.
Celebrate the unique food and wine offerings and rediscover the romance and magic of wintertime. Indulge in diverse food traditions from vetkoek, curries and waterblommetjie soup to seafood paella, chinese duck and ostrich and kudu inspired dishes.
This year’s Klein Karoo Klassique offers eight productions which extend over the whole spectrum of classical music. Classical masterpieces on guitar, Vivaldi on violin, accordion and bass guitar, Baroque music, vocal compositions, opera, the harp and cello, violin and piano for Beethoven’s Tango. There will also be a range of art exhibitions that will take place in Oudtshoorn.
We are readying ourselves for our fourth edition of Power Flower Picnic, and as it turns out our tenth Wolfkop Weekender. Scheduled to start on Spring Day, we are moving into the flower fields for the first weekend of September and will once again hold nothing back to make sure you crazy kids have the weekend of your lives.
The Brandewyn and Boerewors Festival will be held at Hillcrest Quarry in Durbanville. Expect brandy tasting stalls, a brandy bar, as well as food stalls and a designated area where guests can buy and braai their own meat.
There will also be having live performances throughout the day by Sunset Sweatshop and Nicholis Louw.
23 July – Delheim Gluhwein Trail run (8 & 13km)
30 July – McKenna & Scott/Pinelands Athletic Club Race (5km & 10km)
9 Aug – Totalsports Women’s Race
13 Aug – Grabouw Green Forest Trail Run #1
27 Aug – Khayelitsha 10km fun run
17 Sep – Sanlam PEACE Run/Walk
20 Oct – STBB 4 Good Twilight Run at Overgaauw Wine Estate (5km & 12km)