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Here’s Steven Taylor’s guide to get ‘Out and About’ this weekend

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Experience the best of the Cape with Steven Taylor’s Magic 828 “Out and About” guide on activities and experiences happening this weekend.

The Darling Wildflower Show

Taking place from 16 to18 September, the Darling Wildflower Show Weekend features four exciting events.

The show features landscaped wildflower displays and a range of indigenous plants and fynbos produce on sale. The annual orchid fair takes place at Duckitt Nurseries while the Darling Arts exhibition takes place at Marmalade Cat.

The Darling Brew Market and art exhibition are free to enter.

Venue: Darling Museum, 22 Pastorie Road, Darling, Western Cape Time: Fri to Sun from 9am to 4.30pm Cost: Free – R90

Website: www.darlingwildflowers.co.za

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

The play that is regarded by many as one of most powerful plays ever written celebrates it’s 60th anniversary in South Africa.

Originally written by Edward Albee in 1966, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, will run at Theatre on The Bay from Friday 16th September to Saturday 8th of October.

Performances will run every Tuesday to Saturday at 8pm and a Saturday matinee at 4pm. 

Tickets are now available through Computicket or at Theatre on the Bay

James Stewart and John Ellis of Tree 63

On Friday 16 September catch James Stewart and John Ellis of Tree 63 at Café Roux in Noordhoek.

The show starts at 19:30pm and tickets are R170 from Quicket.

Watershed- An intimate show with Craig Hinds

Since their breakthrough single in 2000 with “Indigo Girl” South African rock icons Watershed have built their way up to be one of the most respected and decorated bands to come out of the Southern Tip of Africa.

On Saturday Craig Hings from Watershed will be doing an acoustic set at Café Roux.

Tickets are R250 from Quicket.

 

Written by: Kelly-Jane Turner

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