LaGuGu Township Tour
Visit Cape Town’s first and oldest township, Langa, and neighbouring township Gugulethu on this hop-on, hop-off tour. The experience includes a free one-hour walking tour and bicycle ride in Langa, where you’ll be introduced to the vibrant township community and the bustling Langa Arts Quarter. LaGuGu allows you to take your time and see as much of each stop as you like. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, hop-on the bus and head to Gugulethu.
Cape Town Comedy Club
The only dedicated stand up comedy venue in the Mother City, Cape Town Comedy Club is open five nights a week, and daily during the festive season, bringing fresh laughs with a different show premiering each week. Located at the Pumphouse in the V&A Waterfront, this club hosts the best the comedy world has to offer, with both local and internationally iconic comedians. Guests can also enjoy world class wining and dining.
Mzoli’s in Gugulethu
With humble beginnings, this popular open air shack restaurant lets you pick your own meat and have it cooked on the braai (BBQ) for you in their famous marinade. Endorsed by celebrity chef’s such as Jamie Oliver, it’s a place where one can enjoy cultural diversity, music, and a taste of the township lifestyle surrounded by people from all walks of life. With music and a dance floor, it’s a vibrant scene to enjoy a taste of great food and culture.
Richard’s Supper Stage
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 singing, audiences are introduced to a Cape family whose history unfolds throughout the evening with humour, rhythm and songs unique to Cape Town. The theatre showcases signature dishes of Cape Malay cuisine served over four courses.
Experience an authentic 14-course African dinner and show at Gold Restaurant. Guests are treated to three unique performances during the evening, a theatre extravaganza including singers, dancers, puppets and musicians with vibrant music and lots of energy. As guests enjoy local Cape Malay dishes like bobotie and foreign dishes, the entertainment only escalates. The evening culminates with an explosive scattering of 24-carat gold dust.
Built in 1971, the Artscape theatre is one of the largest theatres of the performing arts in Cape Town, offering ballet, musical, acting and comedy performances, as well as festivals and concerts. With multiple halls that can cater to hundreds of guests, it’s a must-see experience for lovers of the arts. The Artscape also has its own onsight team of prop makers and artists, for set designs, props, makeup and costumes.
The Baxter is a popular multicultural entertainment hub in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, vibrant with multiple performances that include comedic, musical, acting, and dance performances. With programs to support the previously disadvantaged, the theatre was a beacon of hope in the Apartheid era, able to present multiracial, progressive work at a time when all other non-racial interactivity was banned or censored.
The Fugard Theatre
Established by one of Cape Town’s most famous playwrights, the Fugard Theatre is a perfect opportunity for an evening of culture and creativity. Artists take to the stage with performances that will move you to tears, laughter and awe, inspired by Fugard’s plays from the Apartheid era that moved people across the world.
Stardust Theatrical Dining
Experience a night of stardom and dazzle at the Stardust Theatre, where waiters sing and dance for their guests as patrons dine on delicious cuisine. The stage is always home to a new up and coming star, and all the theatrical staff are students of the arts. This is the place to see and be seen, and the place to have an evening of fun and awe.
The Maynardville Open Air Theatre
This lush, green outdoor theatre amongst the trees provides you with an opportunity for food, drinks, and 5 star entertainment. The wooded venue sits 700 patrons, and guests will have the privilege of enjoying nights of Shakespeare under the stars, as well as from 2018 onwards the spectacular affair that is the the Maynardville Open-Air Festival.