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Here’s your Magic 828 ‘Out and About’ weekend guide

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Every week, Steven Taylor, podcast host of the Indaba Show, puts together his weekend guide to what’s happening in the Cape.

This week on “Out and About”, there’s music and festivals to get excited about!

Spring Science Holiday Programme

Spring into Science during the school holidays at the Cape Town Science Centre (CTSC ) from 3 – 10 October 2022.

The Spring Science holiday programme offers intriguing science demonstrations, hands-on workshops and legendary science shows that will inspire your inner scientist, and see your love of science blossom!

Opening hours are 9:00-16:30 from Monday to Saturday. Tickets for youths and adults are R80, while pensioners pay R40.

Cape Town International kite Festival

On Sunday the 9th October at the Melkbosstrand Beach, come have some fun for the young and old in aid of Cape Mental Health. From 10am to 3pm. For more information visit Cape Mental Health’s Facebook page.

Foreigner

The legendary rock band, Foreigner is in South Africa for two shows only. Sunday 9th October 2022 at the SunBet Arena, Pretoria and Tuesday 11th October at the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Tickets are selling fast and available via Ticketmaster.

Hound dog: A tribute to Elvis’ music & life by Matt Stern

When the acclaimed Writer and Producer Deon Opperman asked Matt to perform a show about Elvis Presley’s music, Matt, (being passionate about Elvis’ Music) jumped at the chance. There was only one condition, however. Matt wanted this tribute to be an experience from his perspective.

On Sunday 9 October you can catch this performance at Die Koelkamers Teater, in Kreefte Street, Paternoster

For more information, e-mail: info@visitpaternoster.co.za.

Written by: Kelly-Jane Turner

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