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May 02, 2013

Your Cape Town Weekend: Things to do from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 May, 2013

Don't miss one of the Western Cape's best food festivals, the Riebeek Olive Festival, from May 4 to 5, 2013. Photo courtesy of Riebeek Olive Festival

Still recovering from Workers' Day and anxiously dreaming of the weekend? Well, dream no more, for 48 hours of entertainment in thrilling Cape Town and surrounds is almost here! Join me at the following events from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 May, 2013:

Riebeek Valley Olive Festival

This weekend you’re in for a tasty treat with one of the Western Cape’s best food festivals, the Riebeek Valley Olive Festival!

Worth the drive and a stay over in the picturesque town of Riebeek, the Olive Festival boasts an assortment of cuisine favourites, including legendary olives, wine, cheese, pickles, jams and bread, as well as spectacular live entertainment.

For more information, email tourism@riebeekvalley.info.

Don’t Dress for Dinner

Hilarious and chaotic doesn’t even begin to describe the must-see comedy Don’t Dress for Dinner at the impressive Theatre on the Bay in Camps Bay.

Starring talented Fleur du Cap Theatre Award nominee James Cunningham and the beautiful Natasha Sutherland, this farce of mistaken identity, cloak-and-dagger affairs and gourmet cooking will keep you chuckling hours after the curtain falls.

Tickets are available at +27 (0)861 915 8000.

Peaches & Herb live

Sing along with me now, "Reunited and it feels so good, Reunited ‘cause we understood..."

If, like me, you have an appreciation for soulful, groovy music, you simply cannot miss R&B legends Peaches & Herb live at the entertaining GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World’s Grand Arena this Saturday.

Book your tickets now at +27 (0)861 915 8000.

Visit our Events page and discover what’s happening in Cape Town.

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