CPT – Special Guide 21Mar-03Apr

Celebrate Earth Hour with Adventure Bootcamp

Hundreds of millions of people, businesses and governments around the world unite each year to support what has become one of the largest environmental events in history. Earth Hour has been dubbed the biggest environmental awareness campaign ever seen, reaching more than 7000 cities and towns in 152 countries worldwide in 2012. This year will mark the eighth year of the campaign and what better way to celebrate it than switching off.

29 March @ 8:30am – 10am

Pinelands High School, Forest Drive, Pinelands, Tel: (021) 447 2746

 

UK Funnyman, Jimmy Carr

Best-known for his signature laugh, deadpan delivery and edgy one-liners, UK comedian, Jimmy Carr is without a doubt one of the UK’s most hotly contested acts on the international stand-up circuit.

30 March @ 8pm

R371 – R743

Grand Arena, Grandwest

 

ABSA KKNK Festival

Immerse yourself in a smorgasbord of stellar Afrikaans arts and culture in Oudtshoorn

The Klein Karoo National Arts Festival.  This eight-day multi-platform performance affair features cutting-edge theatrical productions, concerts, kid’s entertainment, dance performances and visual art installations.

29 March – 5 April @ 8am until late

FREE – R700

Various locations in Outshoorn, Tel: (044) 203 8600

 

Earth Hour in Cape Town

Switch off your lights and participate in this global challenge to raise awareness about climate change.  As the moon rises on Saturday, 29 March 2014, homes across the world will dim their lights for an hour to support the global Earth Hour initiative. Capetonians are urged to join the masses and to take a stand against climate change by switching off all non-essential lights

29 March @ 8:30pm – 9:30pm

All over the World

www.earthhour.org.za

 

The Spier Secret Courtyard

When the organisers of the popular Spier Secret Festival discovered an empty courtyard in the heart of Cape Town, they jumped at the chance to transform this space – at least temporarily – into a spot where people can relax, drink wine and embrace the creative energy of the World Design Capital.

Until End April @ 4pm (Thursday, Friday & Saturday) 

64 Wale Street, Cape Town, www.spiersecret.co.za

 

Robertson Hands on Harvest Festival

Believe it, because it’s true! Wine connoisseurs and budding vintners are in for a treat when the Robertson Hands-on Harvest festival barrels back onto the social calendar for an extended period of time.

Until 30 March @ 8am – 10:30pm

FREE – R600

Various Participating Wineries, Tel: (021) 626 3167

 

*The Galileo Open Air Cinema at Kirstenbosch

Enjoy classic film screenings under the African sky at this popular outdoor movie theatre

Banish the midweek blues with an evening under the stars on the sprawling lawns at Kirstenbosch for an open-air movie experience.

Every Wednesday @ 6pm – 10pm

R70 – R110

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Rhodes Drive, Kirstenbosch, Newlands, Tel: 086 1225598