Tiger Bay Musical
A Wales Millennium Centre production in association with Cape Town Opera
CTO proudly continues its partnership with the Wales Millennium Centre by hosting the opening performances of the musical Tiger Bay.
Tiger Bay is a riotous family musical set in the docks of Cardiff at a time when coal was king. Filled with rousing music and a cast of unforgettable characters, Tiger Bay is a universal story of courage, reconciliation and love. With Olivier- and Tony-award nominated director Melly Still leading an outstanding British creative team, this short run will be a rare opportunity to be the first to see a major new international musical.
Venue: Artscape Theatre
Dates: 20 -27 May 2017
Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys album launch
On Saturday the 20th of May Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys will be performing songs from their brand new album, ’Summer’s Not That Simple’.
The show will take place at the beautiful Roodebloem Studios in Woodstock and will feature mood/magic/visuals by The Grrrl and Lucy Hazard.
Summer’s Not Simple is the first full length album from Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys.
Venue: Roodebloem Studios
Date: Saturday 20 May
Giant Book Fair
There is no better way to beat the winter blues than snuggling up in front of a fire with a good book, some good coffee or a glass of the local wines.
The upcoming fabulous Book Fair in McGregor is in aid of rescued and destitute donkeys at the Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary. In short, you will be turning a page for a donkey.
Date: 19 – 21 May 2017
Venue: Community Hall, Voortrekker Street, Mc Gregor
Time: 10h00 to 17h00
Zip Zap Circus
Zip Zap collaborates with schools and NGOs providing them with a platform to raise funds for their chosen cause. This year Zip Zap presents its newest show: "25 years - An Acrobatic Walk Down Memory Lane," which is a true celebration of how the circus has changed lives and impacted communities in greater Cape Town.
Venue: Zip Zap Circus School Dome
Dates: 20 May 2017
Time: 1300 - 14:00
Tickets: R100, available at Quicket
Franschhoek Literary Festival
The Festival runs from Friday to Sunday during the third weekend in May, preceded by the Book Week for Young Readers. The events take place in village venues within a few minutes' walk of each other, which creates a vibrant ambience in streets buzzing with book-lovers.
Date: 19 to 21 May 2017
Time: 10:00 - 17:00