Monday 2 February 2015

What to do in Cape Town this weekend (6th – 8th February)

It’s the start of the month of February, and that means a new month to fit in some amazing Cape Town activities. Don’t think because it’s Monday that you can’t start planning your weekend now, it’ll just give you something exciting to look forward too!

Santa’s Story at the Theatre on the Bay – 6 February
Aviva Pelham is a multi-award-winning and internationally acclaimed singer and she is returning to the stage to perform her one-woman show, Santa’s Story. The show will take place at the Theatre on the Bay and it will be directed by Janice Honeyman. The play tells the story of Aviva’s mother (Santa) as she flees from Germany to Spain and tries to navigate her life under Nazi oppression, the performance addresses themes that still relate to life today like racism, xenophobia, lost years and broken dreams. Make sure to watch this magical performance that tells of Holocaust survival through song.

Date: 6 February
20:00 – 21:20
Theatre on Bay
R95 – R315

If you are following the popular Tim Noakes Banting eating plan, then this is the chance to socialise with fellow devotees and shop for free LCHF(Less Carbohydrates and Higher Fat) fare and products at the Lose It! Magazine’s monthly Banting Bazaar. After a very successful launch in 2014, the event has returned to change the way people think about what they eat and to encourage Banting as a lifestyle. This is a great place to meet up and talk about experiences, cooking secrets and tips, not to mention some of the vendors include Cold Gold Artisan Ice Cream and Sorbet and Richard Bosman a master butcher. This pop-up bazaar is also a brilliant place for devoted dieters to relax and grab some brekkie or lunch.

Date: 7 February
09:00 – 14:00
City Bowl Hall

The Art of the Lego Exhibition – 8 February
Don’t miss this world famous expo at the V&A Waterfront that transforms a common children’s toy into a work of art! Lego has delighted kids of all ages for decades, now the amazing Art of the Brick exhibition will captivate South African adults too, with 76 colourful, large-scale figures and portraits made ENTIRELY from tiny Lego pieces. The walk-through display takes up 1000m2 of the new Watershed building at the V&A Waterfront and it includes everything from a 6metre long Tyrannosaurus Rex Skeleton that is made up of 80,000 bricks and a wide variety of different , realistic human forms. Don’t miss this phenomenal, must-see display!

Date: 12 Dec 2014 – 28 Feb 2015
09:00 – 19:00
Watershed, V&A Waterfront
R95 – R395

Food, theatre and amazing exhibitions, it’s all happening it Cape Town this weekend, so make sure you gather your family and friends and don’t miss a thing!

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Written By: Christine Romans

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