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July 25, 2013

Your Cape Town Weekend: Things to do from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 July 2013

For a hilarious night out at the Kalk Bay Theatre, book your tickets for their latest production, A Town Called Fokol. Photo courtesy of Jesse Kramer

The countdown to a thrilling weekend in the Mother City begins!

From hilarious musicals to gorgeous bridal fairs and markets, there is plenty to see and do in our gorgeous hometown.

Join me at the following events and activities in entertaining Cape Town from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 July, 2013:

A Town Called Fokol Lutho

Fancy a hilarious night out in the picturesque village of Kalk Bay? Then you simply must see the hot new musical comedy A Town Called Fokhol Lutho at the magical Kalk Bay Theatre.

Starring the legendary Jervis Pennington of pop group The Soft Shoes fame and the captivating Carlo Daniels ( Kat and the Kings), this acapella production tells the story of  five talented men from a small Karoo town where nothing ever happens .

Set to the soundtrack of their amazing harmonizing voices, strange tales of the first South African heart transplant, the scrum-half standing pass and more come to light in the most fascinating ways.

Book your tickets for this fabulous local production at www.kbt.co.za

Winelands Bridal Fair 2013

Prepare yourself for all things wedding-related as the popular Winelands Bridal Fair is once again held at the breathtakingly beautiful Spier Wine Estate in Stellenbosch.

From glamorous fashion shows to countless stalls featuring experts in venues, dresses, catering and more, you’ll find it all at the not-to-be-missed Bridal Fair.

Call +27(0) 21 910 2779 for more information.

V&A Market on the Wharf

For a seaside shopping experience of a different kind, be sure to pop by the impressive V&A Market on the Wharf at the V&A Waterfront this weekend.

A fully stocked bar, plenty of delicious foodie stalls, not to mention the FREE WiFi  and more await you at this little retail therapy mecca at sea.

For more information, please call +27 (0)21 276 0200

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