Monday, 2 March 2015

What to do in Cape Town (6th – 8th March)

Stand-up comedy, yummy food and an overload of art is all on the agenda for this weekend in Cape Town. So, work your way through this week and some great activities lie ahead in the Mother City.

Nik Rabinowitz’s Stand-up Comedy Show – 6 March
Come have a good ol’ laugh at this new one-man act! Homegrown talent Nik Rabinowitz is no stranger to throwing his spin on the political antics in South Africa, so he is back with his new one-man show “What the EFF?” This fresh out the kitchen stand-up routine is set to tackle some of the most outrageous moments in Mzansi’s resent past and get those belly laughs going! Gather up your mates and gear up for a laugh with one of Cape Town’s finest comedians.

Date: 6 March
Time: 20:00 – 21:10
Venue: Baxter Theatre
Price: R120 – R165







Burger and Milkshake Special at Truffle Restaurant – 7 March
Truffle Restaurant is one of the only upmarket halaal eateries in Cape Town, and they are adding a touch of sweet and savoury to Saturday afternoons with they’re Slider Special! You can get a trio of delicious mini burgers paired with a gourmet milkshake for only R99. The special runs from 12pm – 5pm and you get to much down on mini versions of the Truffle’s signature buns from a beef burger with gherkins, rocket, caramelized onions and cheddar cheese to the lamb option with minted tzatziki and babaganoush. Don’t forget your gourmet milkshake, some of the favourites being Banoffee (banana and toffee), Apple Pie (apple with cinnamon) and the Gingerbread Man (its topped with an actual gingerbread man!)


Date: 7 March
Time: 12:00 – 17:00
Venue: Truffle Restaurant
Price: R99


Woordfees Festival in Stellenbosch – 8 March
The sleepy town of Stellenbosch comes alive with creativity and plenty of activities when the annual Woordfees comes into town with poetry, stories, live music and art exhibitions. Woordfees, which means word festival, is packed with activities and entertainment – Antjie Krog is doing a reading from her new poetry collection, Chris Chameleon presents his first picture book and Deon Meyer talks about his latest book. There will also be plenty of live music to enjoy, kids’ activities to keep the little ones entertained and you can look forward to a series of shorts and documentaries.

Date: 8 March
Time:
09:00 until late
Venue:
Stellenbosch
Price:
Various
















This weekend you don’t want to miss out on these amazing activities, with everything from tummy aching laughter with Nik Rabinowitz and burgers and milkshakes to art, music and entertainment!

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Written By: Christine Romans

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