This episode covers Monday 3 February to Sunday 9 February 2020.
We start at the theatre with The Producers at Theatre on the Bay, Master Harold and the Boys at the Fugard Studio, and the Rolex Arts Weekend at the Baxter Theatre. Then, after treating our ears at the annual Up The Creek Music Festival and thanks to a special offer from Audible, we head to the winelands for the best accommodation options and continue the celebrations at the Wine Harvest Commemoration at Groot Constantia, the Harvest at Dusk Festival at Nederburg, and the Cape Town Pizza and Pasta Festival in Green Point.
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Here are this week’s links:
- The Producers
- Master Harold and the Boys (win two tickets in our KingSumo giveaway!)
- Rolex Arts Weekend
- Up The Creek
- audibletrial.com/capetown (sign up and download any book for FREE, bearing in mind that this is an affiliate link that will earn us a commission but won’t cost you anything extra)
- WATCH: 5 reasons why Cape Town reclaimed ‘top tourist city’ title
- The World’s Top 10 Wine Destinations for 2020
- The Best Wine Farm Stays in The Cape
- Groot Constantia Wine Harvest Commemoration (tickets are available from Razelle Galant at 021 975 4440 or firstname.lastname@example.org for R800 each).
- Harvest at Dusk (win two tickets in our KingSumo giveaway!)
- Cape Town Pizza and Pasta Festival 2020
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