- Award-winning dinner theatre
- Typical “Kaapse Stories” from Cape Town, mixing music and comedy
- Cape Malay cuisine
This unique, award-winning, dinner theatre presents Kaapse Stories from the Mother City, a collection of stories from the Cape Malay community that has its roots in Cape Town. Featuring vibrant music, dancing and outstanding singing, audiences are introduced to a Cape family whose history unfolds throughout the evening with humour, rhythm and songs unique to Cape Town. Forged from the hardships and misfortunes from the past, what emerges is a picture of a triumphant community that exists today in South Africa’s Rainbow Nation. The theatre showcases local Cape talent, as well as the signature dishes of Cape Malay cuisine served over four courses and including a welcome drink of bubbly or freshly squeezed orange juice.
With walls covered in old posers and Bo Kaap street names, Richard’s Supper Stage is an ode to Cape Town’s rich history. Richard Loring and Roland Seidel established the supper stage with the aim of offering entertainment while also providing young artists with a platform on which to showcase their talents. Richard’s officially opened in 2012 with their first show, ‘Kaapse Stories from the Mother City’. The show is based on a true story of the Kleintjies family that lived through the events of pre- and post-democracy in Cape Town.
City Pass offering
Pass holders receive 10% off the ticket price on presentation of the Pass. Pass offer does not include any additional beverages or gratuity.
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Closed New Year’s Day
Richard’s Supper Stage and Bistro
Advice for visitors
The doors open at 19:00 for 19:30 and it is best to arrive early for a leisurely drink at the bar before the show. Attire is smart casual, and guests should expect good food and great entertainment. Come hungry for a delicious four-course meal served as a buffet, featuring the most well-known dishes from the Cape Malay culinary tradition.
Did you know
The owner of Richard’s Supper Stage is a highly successful entertainer himself. Richard Loring started out as a singer in the Ken Dodd show in Manchester, and performed his first film role in ‘Oh, What a Lovely War’. He earned fame in South Africa for performances in ‘African Footprint’ and ‘Made in South Africa’, which had its world premiere in front of President Thabo Mbeki in 2000.