Tuesday 17 February 2015

What to do in Cape Town this weekend (20th – 22nd February)

It’s going to be another long week, but it’s never too early to start planning your activities for the weekend. Dinner theatre, festivals and competitions, are you ready for the weekend?

“Kaapse Stories” at Richard’s Supper Stage – 20 February
Get ready for dinner theatre at its best! “Kaapse Stories from the Mother City” is a quirky mix of songs and stories that speaks to the heart of every Capetonian and everyone else who has fallen in love with the Mother City. The buffet is also packed with local and international flavours, plus the dinner and theatre mix allows you time to chat and share a meal as well as enjoy your entertainment.

Date: 20 Feb
19:30 – 22:00
Richard’s Supper Stage & Bistro

Cape Town Prawn Festival – 21 February
This could be one of the most anticipated events of the horse racing season. The 2015 Cape Town Prawn Festival is back at the Kenilworth Racecourse to fill your tummy with delicious, fresh seafood and of course, to see some fine equine specimens galloping down the green. If you have never had the pleasure of enjoying the best of both worlds (land and sea) then hurry down to the track this Saturday.

Date: 21 Feb
11:00 – 19:00
Kenilworth Racecourse

Surf’s up and it’s time to take it back to the very start of surfing as we know it! The guys at RVCA present the Rolling Retro annual competition that gives surfers the chance to hit the waves on retro surf boards and give spectators the chance to watch the action and enjoy the cool vibes. RVCA’s main goal is to invoke the easy-going spirit of the early surfing days and channel that retro feel, if you want to compete and show off your skills there are a number of different categories.

Date: 22 Feb
09:00 – 22:00
Llandudno Beach
FREE – R100

Yes, your 72 hours of non-stop fun awaits in the Mother City this weekend and there is plenty to do and plenty to see, so come and enjoy these fine summer events.

For a reliable shuttle service, make sure to contact Airport Shuttle in Cape Town. Need a luxurious, affordable, self-catering apartment? Book in at 808 Cartwright Corner today.

Written By: Christine Romans

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