Five things to do in the cape this weekend

Proud 2B Organ Donor 5km walk

Pippa Hudson will be at the Organ Donor Foundation’s Proud 2B Organ Donor 5km walk in Mouille Point tomorrow as Master of Ceremonies.

The first 1000 people to arrive at the venue will receive a T-shirt and armband. All funds raised will go directly to the Organ Donor Foundation of South Africa.

Where: Starts at the Mouille Point Lighthouse

When: Tomorrow at 10am. Registration starts an hour earlier at 9am

Cost: R75 per person taking part

For more info: Visit their website

Four Small Gods

Joanna Evans’ play, Four Small Gods is a comic-tragedy about four animals in a boat after the world has flooded.

It re-writes the ancient flood myth to examine contemporary relationships between people, animals and land and to deconstruct hierarchical understandings of worth.

Where: Magnet Theatre, Lower Main Road, Observatory

When: Today and tomorrow, as well as Monday and Tuesday are the final performances. The show starts at 7.30pm

Cost: Tickets range from R60 to R90 each – and are available from webtickets

For more info: Visit their website

Gugulethu Wine and Lifestyle Festival

Gugulethu Wine and Lifestyle Festival celebrates its 4th year with a Gugs Goes Glam theme. It is an annual food and drinks festival which offers a wide selection of wines to taste, as well as wine masterclasses with some of the Cape’s best local winemakers.

Where: Gugulethu Sports Stadium, NY 49, Gugulethu

When: Today and tomorrow from 3 till 9pm, and on Sunday from 3 till 7pm

Cost: Tickets are R120 for general access and R450 for VIP - and are available from Computicket

For more info: Visit their website

The Weekender Arniston Festival

The Weekender Arniston Festival takes place this weekend, featuring top comedians, music, family-oriented activities, a local produce market, heritage site walks and coastal cave tours.

Where: Throughout Arniston

When: It started at 1-o-clock this afternoon and runs through till Sunday afternoon

Cost: Tickets start at R180 – and are available from webtickets

For more info: Visit their website

Fish Out Feast

Eikendal Estate is casting a fresh spin on family entertainment in the Stellenbosch Winelands with its inaugural Fish Out Feast, which invites young and old to share in its last day of fishing this Sunday.

Where: Eikendal Estate, off the R44 in Stellenbosch

When: On Sunday – fishing starts at 9am, the fish braai starts at midday

Cost: Tickets are R150 per adult and R75 per child. Fish caught can be bought at R110 per kilo. Bring your own rod.

For more info: Visit their website


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