Justin Bieber Purpose World
With worldwide album sales in excess of 100 million units, Bieber has dominated pop culture and social media.
With 3.1 million sales worldwide for his latest album ‘Purpose’ Justin Bieber’s current global tour has smashed box office records.
Hit singles include ‘What Do you Mean’, ‘Sorry’, ‘Love Yourself’ which all peaked at number one on the Billboard Top 200 making Bieber the first male artist in almost a decade to have three number ones from an album.
The superstar performed in South Africa in May 2013 to sold-out stadiums. More than 50 000 tickets for the Cape Town leg of his Believe tour were sold in less than an hour.
Venue: Cape Town Stadium
Date: 17 May 2017
The Alma Cafe is a homely little place where good food, good music and good people reign supreme.
Yoann (France ) & Sisandu,,and Mapumba
Date: 13 May 2017
Venue: Alma Cafe
Tickets: R150 pp incl burger
European Film Festival
The European Film Festival, which opened nationwide on the 5th of May 2017 at Cinema Nouveau and is running concurrently in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria and Durban until 14th of May, invites the audience to rate each film according to their liking. The winning film will be announced after the festival.
Venue: Cinema Nouveau - V&A Waterfront
Dates: 5 - 14 May 2017
Live at Nomad Bistro
Nomad Bistro & Bar will be hosting Live at Nomad event on Thursday, which will feature live entertainment from established as well as upcoming artists and bands who will play to the after-work crowd from 7pm. Entrance is free and great specials on Tapas and drinks will be available.
Nomad Bistro & Bar is a contemporary and fashionable space that will appeal to Cape Town trendsetters who are looking for a vibey, after-work venue that is well-priced yet offers a great selection of beverages and delicious food.
Venue: Nomad Bistro
Date: Thursday, May 2017
The Baxter’s Best of Zabalaza 2017 winner, the riveting one-hander Boy Ntulikazi, from KwaZulu Natal, will be staged for a limited season from 3 to 13 May, in the Baxter Golden Arrow Studio, at 8pm nightly, with matinees Saturday matinees on 6 and 13 May at 2.30pm .
Written by Thobani Nzuza and Kagiso Tsimakwane, the powerful drama examines the far-reaching implications of decisions taken by individuals and the possible devastating impact those decisions can have on future generations. Nzuza’s finely-crafted physical performance is enhanced by the accompaniment of live music created by Nhlanhla Zondi. Original direction is by Kagiso Tsimakwane, but recently Nzuza has directed himself in the production.
Venue: Baxter Theatre
Dates: 13 May 2017