February 29, 2020

Edition 8 is on the streets! Look out for your copy.


With a museum, a theatre or a music venue on virtually every city block, the CBD is the place for culture and entertainment this holiday season.
This November in Cape Town, there is a distinct feeling in the air of “let the holiday season begin!”
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).

Explore the city

Sep 30, 2016
The red Hop On Hop Off City Sightseeing buses are a familiar sight to the residents of Cape Town. I have always regarded them as belonging to a separate zone, a dimension of the city that exists for tourists only. Until recently that is, when I travelled on them for…
 The lights go out and the sounds of djembe drums sets the scene as the velvet curtains open on a group of young dancers for this contemporary dance forming part of Artscape’s Heritage Month celebrations.
It's 1959 in cold war America and Russ (Andrew Buckland) and Bev (Susan Danford) are packing up and leaving their Chicago neighbourhood, and family home of many years. As the couple conduct a series of petty disputes over world geography and domestic issues, neighbours drop by to the growing exasperation…
There is a feast of culture laid out in central Cape Town this September. Here are some of the highlights to keep on your radar in a packed and crowded field.
Central Cape Town is full of things to do with children of all ages. These are easily accessed on foot or by public transport, and many activities are free.

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