Upcoming Events in Cape Town

September 17, 2010  By: Africa Adventure Consultants

Looking for something fun to do while you are in Cape Town, South Africa this October or November? Read on for some great ways to explore Cape Town and hang out with the locals! Contact us for more details on booking our Cape Town Highlights or designing a custom safari that includes Cape Town.

Petersburg Quartet Tour 2010: An award-winning Russian Vocal Ensemble. Held at the Rotunda at the Bay (Camps Bay). 2 October 2010.
Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction
Everybody is welcome. Come and bid for rare and unique wines specially produced for the Auction by the members of the Guild. Foreshore / Cape Town.
2 October 2010
Chelsea Flower Show Exhibit at Kirstenbosch
Recreation of this year’s successful Chelsea Flower Show. This is South Africa’s 30th gold medal. The “Havens of Diversity” will be recreated on the Marquee Lawn. The Garden is open from 08h00 to 19h00. 3 October to 11 October 2010
Carmen (Ballet)
Trailblazer Dada Masilo has made a name for herself both as a dancer and as a choreographer in recent years. Her Carmen dazzled audiences at the 2009 National Arts and Joburg Arts Alive Festivals. For music, she has chosen Rodion Shchedrin`s Carmen Suite. Staged at Baxter Theatre. 5 to 10 October 2010
Red Cello Electrified
SA`s premier electric cellist Carol Thorns together with her VJ (Visual Jockey), transforms the traditional cello, taking it to a new level with an aurally and visually arresting multi-media performance. Audiences are carried through a series of surreal musical landscapes that incorporate aspects of World Music and Ambient Electronica. Performed at On Broadway.
17 October 2010
Berlin Wall
John Maythem, directed by Matthew Wild, brings two new monologues by the Oscar-nominated (The Hours and The Reader) and multi-award-winning playwright David Hare, to the stage. John Maythem is one of the foremost presenters in talk radio today, but calls himself `a journalist doing a daily job.’ To be presented at Theatre on the Bay in Camps Bay. 19 to 30 October 2010
Cape Town International Kite Festival
This is the 16th Cape Town International Kite Festival, hosted by Cape Mental Health in Muizenberg. It includes some of the biggest names in kiting in South Africa and the world who fly their magnificent creations. 23 & 24 October 2010.
FNB Whiskey Live Festival
The festival features more than 180 top brands, including whiskeys of the world from as far as Japan and Wales. Various whiskey tasting workshops will be held. Held at Cape Town International Convention Centre. 3 November to 5 November 2010
Evita – The Musical
Beginning with a young and ambitious Eva, the production follows her meteoric rise to virtual sainthood. The story tells of the enormous wealth and power she gained and the means by which she became the beloved Evita. Dinner served from 18h00, show starts at 20h00. Held at Theatre on the Bay. 8 November to 18 December 2010
The Gugulethu Tenors in Concert
From the dusty streets of the township to the country`s top concert halls, the Gugulethu Tenors’ raw talent has captured the hearts of audiences across South Africa. They’ve performed to politicians, dignitaries, and superstars including Oprah Winfrey, Chris Rock, and Mariah Carey. With a stunning operatic cross-over act `Il Divo` style – which appeals to all, the performance will include opera favorites such as “O Sole Mio”, as well as popular songs like “The Prayer” and Miriam Makeba’s “Pata Pata”. Held at Theatre on Broadway. 14 November 2010

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