Bored? You live in Cape Town, don’t be! Here are fun things to do this weekend…

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1. Go to the theatre

Mpinga Mornings explores how the lives of three women – a mother, a daughter and maid – are inextricably bound together by a farm and a common history.

Mpinga Mornings is set in the troubled Zimbabwe of recent times.

The story spans the Rodesian Civil War through to the land invasions and economic collapse.

It’s an emotional tribute exploring the plight of ordinary Zimbabweans and the strong women that form the backbone of that resilient society.

It’s on at Kalk Bay Theatre (Main Road, Kalk Bay) on Wednesdays to Saturdays at 8.30pm, until 26 September.

Tickets cost R125 (click here to book)

Other shows to consider watching this weekend:

2. Take a drive to Darling for the Darling Wildflower Show

The Darling Wildflower Society hosts the 98th Darling Wldflower Show this weekend.

Experience this eccentric town’s antique shops, chat to the artsy locals and marvel at the flowers in full bloom.

Tickets cost R50 for adults and R30 for children aged 14 to 18 (it's free if you're under 14).

3. Listen to the **Cape Town Philharmonia Choir (**accompanied by the UCT Orchestra) perform a variety of Broadway hits

It takes place at the Cape Town City Hall (Darling Street, CBD) tomorrow and on Sunday at 7.30pm.

Tickets are available from Computicket and range from R180 to R200 each.

4. Be part of the 30th annual International Coastal Clean-Up Day

Saturday is the 30th annual International Coastal Clean-Up Day – a day when everyone is invited to roll up their sleeves, grab a bag and help remove litter from our coastline.

Plastic SA is hosting a big clean-up, focused on the Table Bay coastline.

Join the fun at Woodbrigde Island between 9.00am and 12.pm on Saturday.


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