Tuesday, 14 October 2014

What to do in Cape Town this weekend (17th – 19th October)

Are you ready for the gorgeous Mother City this weekend and the never-ending list of exciting things to do? There are just so many amazing things to do in our hometown, from after-work activities to soaking up some rays of Cape Town sunshine; it’s time to plan the weekend.

After-work drinks and live music at Dutch Haven – 17th October
Stop by this authentic Holland-style restaurant after a busy Friday at work for some tasty bites to eat, a few drinks and live music. This Netherlands inspired bistro offers a variety of amazing eats, bite into some bitterballen (round croquettes), crumbed mushrooms with “boerensauce” or maybe a delicious Dutch mezze platter which includes cheese, gypsy ham, olives and French baguette. This family-friendly eatery is cheerful and warm, so sit down, listen to the live music sung by gifted students from the nearby performing arts school, while the kiddies are distracted in the play area and enjoy your Friday evening.

Date: 17 October 2014
Time: 16:00 until late
Venue: Dutch Haven Bistro
Price: Variable

The Baxter Theatre Dance Festival – 18th October
This yearly boogie gala has something for everyone, from ballet pirouettes to hip hop moves its time to celebrate a decade of dance. Bring your family and friends along with you to enjoy the variety of different young and emerging to dancers, choreographers and dance companies to showcase their skills for you. The lineup is jam packed so make sure you get your tickets now!
Date: 18 October 2014
Time: 20:00 – 22:30
Venue: Baxter Theatre
Price: R30 – R100

Robertson Wine on The River – 19th October
Finish off your weekend with some gourmet food, wine, boat cruises, live music and so much more on the beautiful banks of the Breede River. This fun extravaganza in the fresh air is the perfect way to celebrate the warmer weather with family and friends, while sampling the fruits of the valley and relaxing to the tunes of live jazz and blues.

Date: 19 October 2014
Time: 11:00 – 20:00
Venue: Goudmyn Farm
Price: FREE – R250

Luckily for you, there’s a lot of opportunities to be out and about this weekend in Cape Town with a variety of fun-filled things for you to do, so get out your diary and start filling it up now!

If you're looking for bright, comfortable self-catering accommodation in Cape Town, 808 Cartwright Corner is the place to be, do you need a shuttle service to get you there from Cape Town International Airport? Just call Airport Shuttle and you're sorted for the weekend.

Written By: Christine Romans

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