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January 22, 2014

Your #lovecapetown Weekend: Things to do from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 January, 2014

Don't miss Shakespeare's devious classic, The Tragedy of King Richard the III at the Maynardville Open Air Theatre in Cape Town. Image courtesy of Linette de Kock

It’s your long awaited payday weekend in #lovecapetown and boy, is it going to be fun!

From enjoying Shakespeare in the Park to blasting your vuvuzelas at a soccer match and rocking out with a legend in Bellville, there is plenty to see and do in the Mother City.

Join me at the following events in Cape Town from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 January, 2014:

The Tragedy of King Richard III

The Bard’s diabolical tale of King Richard’s cunning (and often bloody) short-lived reign of England is told in theatrical splendour at the impressive Maynardville Open-Air Theatre this summer.

Warrick Grier as the villainous Richard is utterly captivating and the brilliant direction of Lara Bye, coupled with set design by Mari Borstlap and lighting by Faheem Bardien give this Shakespearean classic a gothic, modern feel.

There are few things I love more than theatre and picnics in a park, and with this production, you can happily do both.

Book your tickets for this must-see classic at Computicket.

CHAN 2014

We’re hurtling full speed ahead towards the finals of the thrilling African Cup of Nations and this Saturday, the Cape Town Stadium plays host to the highly anticipated match between Morocco and Nigeria.

Kick-off is at 17h00. Get your tickets at Computicket.

Bruce Springsteen Live

Rock legend Bruce Springsteen and his band E Street are set to bring down the house at Bellville Velodrome with the first of their series of concerts in #lovecapetown this Sunday.

Tickets are available at Computicket.

Keen to know what’s on in Cape Town? Visit our Events page for daily listings.

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