This episode covers Monday 25 November to Sunday 1 December 2019.
We start with comedy from Nik Rabinowitz at the Baxter Theatre, musicals in Encore at Theatre on the Bay, a symphony with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra at City Hall, and movies at the European Film Festival at Cinema Nouveau. Then, after getting into the holiday spirit with festive markets, The Gift Fair, and the Festive Lights Switch-On, we enjoy bubbly at the Franschhoek Cap Classique & Champagne Festival, brews at the Cape Town Festival of Beer, and good vibes at the Streetopia Festival presented by AfrikaBurn.
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Here are this week’s links:
- Late Bloomer (win tickets in our KingSumo giveaway!)
- Finnish Splendour (Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra)
- Huberte Rupert Memorial Concert
- European Film Festival
- Festive Markets Not To Be Missed
- The best Christmas markets in Cape Town 2019
- Christmas Market | Made in the Cape (30 November to 14 December)
- Stellenbosch Slow Christmas Market (6 to 7 December)
- GOODWoodstock Christmas Market (6 to 7 December)
- Favourite Things Market (13 to 15 December)
- Company’s Garden Summer Market (16 to 23 December)
- Franschhoek Village Christmas Market (21 to 23 December)
- The Gift Fair
- The Adderley Street Festival of Lights
- Moët & Chandon’s Golden Tree Lights Up The Silo District
- Franschhoek Cap Classique & Champagne Festival (win tickets in our KingSumo giveaway and use our promo codes for Uber and Bolt!)
- Cape Town Festival of Beer (win tickets in our KingSumo giveaway and use our promo codes for Uber and Bolt!)
- Streetopia Observatory
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