This November in Cape Town, there is a distinct feeling in the air of “let the holiday season begin!”
Public input into proposed changes to the national liquor law closed on 30 October 2016, with some industry bodies warning that the impact on the hospitality sector could be major.
From dressing up as a marshmallow at a mall to being the director of local Artscape theatre production ‘Syria?’, Quanita Adams says her years in the film industry have taught her to value all paying jobs.
In 2015 Cape Town was named Best Food City in the world in Conde Nast’s People’s Choice Awards, which comes as no surprise to Capetonians.
The Cape Town Fringe festival is on now and runs until the 8th of October. It is staged by the National Arts Festival and brings us some of the highlights from Grahamstown (among other things).
The film industry is gearing up for another hectic season as the currency, local expertise and the sheer versatility of Cape Town locations draws productions from around the world.
The Cape Town Fringe arts festival opens its doors for its third year on 22 September, presenting a varied and engaging programme under the artistic direction of Rob Murray.
The Open Book Festival, a major annual literary event, is in its 6th year. CityLife spoke to organisor and proprietor of the Book Lounge, Mervyn Sloman, about this year’s line-up.
For the fourth year, the Forever Young music competition is hotting up. Every Thursday evening, in the 100-seater theatre at CityVarsity in Roeland Street, soloists and bands take to the stage before a panel of judges and an enthusiastic audience.