It’s another short week at work, which means more time to enjoy the best this city has to offer!
In theatre news, the dark comedy Apple Face opens at Alexander Upstairs on Monday 30th while The Sound of Music by duo Rodgers and Hammerstein returns to the Artscape Opera House from Sunday 6th. Speaking of music, The Script is performing at the Grand Arena on Wednesday 2nd while composer and pianist Bokani Dyer launches his fourth studio album at Groote Schuur High School on Saturday 5th and the Guga S’thebe Cultural Centre on Sunday 6th.
At the movies, you can catch the thriller Unsane at Ster-Kinekor from Friday 4th, the Bolshoi Ballet’s staging of The Flames of Paris at Cinema Nouveau from Saturday 5th, and the National Theatre’s production of Julius Caesar at the Fugard Bioscope on Sunday 6th.
To celebrate Workers Day, check out this guide to the best co-working spaces in Cape Town and another one of eight great coffee shops for working in Cape Town. But if you have to be in a regular office, you can make it more pleasant for you and your colleagues with koesisters that cost only R3 each.
To celebrate International Sauvignon Blanc Day on Friday 4th, take a sip at one of the fourteen tasting rooms in the Western Cape you must visit or at one of the best Stellenbosch wine farms. And for even more of a good time, be sure to visit Ratanga Junction, which is closing down on Tuesday 1st. All good things must come to an end, but we know that Cape Town will never stop being as amazing as it already is!