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May 23, 2013

Your Cape Town Weekend: things to do from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 May, 2013

Don't miss the darkly humorous Twitch at the Theatre on the Bay this weekend. Photo courtesy of the Theatre on the Bay

Tick tock, tick tock … can you hear that? It’s the countdown to an eventful weekend in gorgeous Cape Town!

From hilarious comedies to divine wine festivals and gourmet shows, there is plenty to see and do in the Mother City over the next 48 hours.

Join me at the following events in Cape Town from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 May, 2013:


The very creative and thrilling Theatre on the Bay in chic Camps Bay once again brings you a quirky, darkly hilarious offering in the form of the must-watch Twitch this chilly season.

Penned by award-winning playwright and actor Robert Fridjhon, Twitch is the brilliantly told story of two twitchers and their long-suffering wives, played to perfection by Michael Richard, Louise Saint-Claire, Russel Savadier and Bronwyn Gottwald, who harbour dark secrets.

Bird-watching has never been this funny! Agreed? Book your tickets at +27 (0)861 915 8000.

Gugulethu Wine Festival 2013

Get ready to boogie on down to the slickest beats and sip on the nation’s best wines in the heart of a township, at the third annual Gugulethu Wine Festival this weekend.

Have fun, but remember to be responsible by booking a shuttle to the event via Cape Town Tourism’s Contact Centre.

For more information, visit www.gugulethuwinefestival.co.za.

Good Food & Wine Show 2013

Foodies, gorge yourself on the opportunity to meet the infamous celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and feast on a variety of delectable treats at the Good Food & Wine Show, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

There are variety of tasty pavilions to visit, including the South African Bar Show and the Decadent Desserts Theatre, and don’t miss Cape Town’s latest reality chefs in action at the Next 48hOURS TV set.

Get all of the yummy details at info@gourmetsa.com.

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