From The Inside Guide: From sunset cruises to a leisurely hike and a picnic on the beach, there’s fun to be had when the sun goes down…
You don’t need to be a serious star-gazer (or a werewolf) to come alive at full moon. The fourth lunar phase – which occurs when the Earth lies between the sun and the moon – is a special time of month for most people. Particularly in a city like Cape Town, whose iconic landmarks seem to become even more exquisite when illuminated by the moon.
Whether you like to enjoy monthly full moons in quiet contemplation on your own, on a board, or riding around the city on a bicycle, we’ve rounded up a bunch of fun activities to enjoy under the moon.
Enjoy this great article and hopefully you’ll get some ideas or be inspired to share some of your own with us! Link to original article
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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is acclaimed as one of the great botanic gardens of the world.
Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain and what an exciting venue it is for these legendary concerts!
The internationally acclaimed South African Youth Choir (SAYC) is one of the most exciting choral projects in the world today. Since its inception in 2005, the choir has showcased its vast abilities on both local and international platform, entertaining a variety of audiences across the globe. The Choir has positioned itself as one of the most sought-after performance choirs in South Africa and regularly performs and records with various local and international artists. The Choir currently consists of 54 high school learners and students between the ages of 13 – 25 years from all over South Africa, representing the diverse cultures of the country. In the true spirit of UBUNTU, the SAYC is a celebration of unity within cultural diversity.
Join us for a night of world-class choral music in Gallery 8, with the option of a three-course dinner before the show at The Skotnes Restaurant.
Tickets cost R500 for the show, including dinner.
Tickets cost R200 for the show only, excluding dinner.
Dinner commences at 18:00 sharp, and the show starts at 20:30. General Members and Art Club Members get 10% discount on dinner tickets.
All tickets are inclusive of admission to our galleries which can be enjoyed from 17:00.
Emergency Assistance Volunteer Support (EVS) hosts a benefit concert, featuring South African Rock band Watershed, in support of its community based fire, disaster and medical crews from the South Peninsula.
Watershed heads the line up, with a local Jazz band from Ocean View, Made in Africa, as the supporting act. Renowned ex-Protea cricketer Robin Jackman is the MC for the evening. The event features an auction of an autographed Proteas cricket bat and jersey.
Ticket price includes entry into the prize draw. Guests are asked to bring their own picnic basket and drinks.
Venue: Fish Hoek Civic Centre, 65B Central Cir, Fish Hoek, Cape Town Time: 7pm to 11pm Cost: R250 (includes entry into lucky draw)