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Streets, Cape Town; Tel: 021 487 6800 info@capetown.travel 106 079 770 4686 ■ 39 On Broadway
106 079 770 4686 ■ 39 On Broadway 40 88 Shortmarket St ■ musical revues.
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770 4686 ■
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On Broadway
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88 Shortmarket St ■
musical revues.
Artscape
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Chapel St, District Six

PERFORMANCE

Theatre in the District

www.theatreinthedistrict.co.za The Theatre stands in an old church building and is situated in the original District Six. It’s a platform for innovative new productions as well as the long- standing, award-winning Woza Cape Town, which looks at Cape Town through the eyes of three young South Africans from different cultural backgrounds.

Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts

Hiddingh Campus, 32 to 37 Orange St, Gardens 021 480 7156 www.gipca.uct.ac.za Providing spaces for collaborative efforts by UCT’s creative departments, students and city professionals. It encompasses the Little Theatre, Intimate Theatre, and hosts occasional exhibitions through the Michaelis School of Fine Art.

NewSpace Theatre

44 Long St 074 134 6636 www.newspacetheatre.co.za First established in 1972 as The Space Theatre – an anti-establishment venue – the revamped building boasts two theatre spaces. The restaurants, bars and shops downstairs make for a great destination.

021 424 1194 www.onbroadway.co.za Dinner theatre with a difference – the cobbled street leads you into this prime gay-friendly venue. Lots of comedy, camp productions and

DF Malan St, Foreshore 021 410 9800 www.artscape.co.za Artscape is a well oiled state-owned theatre that hosts opera, ballet, contemporary dance and other performances in its three venues.

Zip Zap School of Circus

Founders Garden, Jan Smuts St 021 421 8622 www.zip-zap.co.za This social-development initiative empowers disadvantaged children by teaching them valuable circus skills. Zip Zap circus acts are available for corporate events. Public performances are held periodically.

OULEVARD MAIN SYDNEY DYSART CROXTETH TORBAY BRAESIDE HAYTOR CHEVIOT MODENA HIGH LEVEL JOUBERT SPRINGBOK OCEAN
OULEVARD
MAIN
SYDNEY
DYSART
CROXTETH
TORBAY
BRAESIDE
HAYTOR
CHEVIOT
MODENA
HIGH LEVEL
JOUBERT
SPRINGBOK
OCEAN VIEW
ROOS
CAVALCADE
WESTERN BOULEVARD
DOCK
BEN NEVIS
PENTZ
OCEAN VIEW
MERRIMAN
EBENEZER
ALBE
ELLA
MUSIC
AUGUST
SIR LOWRY ROAD
37
LIDDLE
NEW MARKET
COBERN
Goodman Gallery
21
NAPIER
NAPIER
CHAPEL
FRANCIS
CHAPEL
4
The Assembly
ALFRED
ROGER
DIXON
ALFRED
ASPELING
PONTAC
CHIAPPINI
ASPELING
young, fashionable Long St club-
bing types – will knock your socks
off. Mind the queue.
VISUALARTS
MILITARY
THE COMPANY’S GARDE
DE WAAL
LEEKLOOF
61 Harrington Street,
District Six ■ 021 465 7286
■ www.theassembly.co.za
A slick live-music venue
offering the best in alternative
rock and electro and more,
attracting creatives from the ad
agencies and young trendies.
THE COMPANY’S GARDEN was laid out in 1652 to
ALBERT
ALBERT
Iziko South African National
15
CHEPSTOW
MILL
LL
JASPER
JUTLAND
JUTLAND
ST. QUINTONS
Gallery
DE SMIDT
MYRTLE
UPPER ALBERT
Zula Sound Bar
9
DESIGN
WINDBURG
ARRY HILL
MORAY
GLADIOLUS
196
Long St ■
021 424 2442 ■
Government Ave, Company’s Garden ■
021 467 4660 ■ www.iziko.org.za/sang
176 Sir Lowry Road ■ 021 462 7573
www.goodmangallerycape.com
This is where icons of the South African
artistic landscape, from William Kentridge
and Kagiso Pat Mautloa to Brett Murray
and Willem Boshoff, are exhibited. Almost
40 years old, it’s one of the country’s leading
contemporary art galleries.
provide passing ships with fresh produce. Today, the
park and botanical garden is the setting for
some of the best museums, galleries and
cultural venues in the city.
www.zulabar.co.za
24
210 on Long
LUDLOW
PRINCE
ROODEHEK
ROODEHEK
KEIZERGRACHT
CONSTITUTION
YEOVILLE
A
foremost live venue that serves
210 Long St ■ 021 481 1820
ALSO VISIT
BRADWELL
WESLEY
WESLEY
A
WESLEY
WESLEY
SCOTT
SCOTT
SCOTT SCOTTOTT
DAVENPORT
STETHOEK
UPPER MILL
UPPER MILL
CARREG
SEYMOUR
up good food and fresh, relevant
entertainment. Emphasis is on hip-
Paintings, works on paper, photography, sculpture,
beadwork, textiles and architecture depict the wide
range of aesthetic production in this country, this
continent and beyond.
www.210onlong.co.za
PORTSWOOD
WhatIfTheWorld
22
Mercury Live
A
hot sustainable-shopping
PLANTATION
KREUPELHOUT
5
SADDLE
First Floor, 208 Albert Road, Woodstock
HIGHFIELD
mall that houses edgy local
43 De Villiers Street, District
designers and crafters with
38
Six ■
021 465 2106 ■
LYMINGTON
JUSTISIE
Association for Visual Arts (AVA)
an
eco-friendly bent, including
BOUNDARY
GARDENIA
GREY’S
S
GLYNNVILLE
GLYNNVILLENNVILLE
AANDBLOM
www.mercuryl.co.za
The granddaddy of alternative
music in Cape Town is a firm
favourite, and features new rock
bands and established indie out-
fits. Manic Mondays are legendary
among students, but the best live
music happens on weekends.
DE VILLIERS
hop, funk, kwaito and other modern
African genres. Beat poets, one-
man bands and culturally aware
performers make their mark. It’s a
café during the day.
16
021 448 1438
www.whatiftheworld.com
A great space to find emerging South
African contemporary artists, innovative
work and new names.
LONG ST and off Long is remarkable for
its numerous well-restored Victorian buildings. It
teems with tourists and locals, is a fantastic shopping
destination and harbours interesting side streets
that hold treasures of their own. It’s at the heart of
the city’s nightlife.
35 Church St ■ 021 424 7436 www.ava.co.za
One of the oldest non-profit galleries, the AVA
promotes visual art with an emphasis on established or
emerging, trained or self-taught, Western Cape artists.
Gravy, Jellyfish, Moss Clothing,
Never on a Sunday, Hemporium
and more.
CLOVELLY
10
VAN RYNEVELD
The African Music
Store
WESSELS
Darkie Clothing
CANTERBURY
CANTERBURY
25
DELPHINIUM
134
Long St ■
021 426 0857 ■
Erdmann Contemporary
17
ARUM
CURTIS
BURNSIDE
www.africanmusicstore.co.za
Stockists of popular and rare
traditional African music since 1997.
63 Shortmarket St ■ 021 422 2762
BOND
CAMBRIDGE
WOODSIDE
CHAPEL
CAMDEN
GILMOUR HILLS
VARSITY
ALBERT
6
City Hall
BELLE OMBRE
HIGHLANDS
Darling St (opposite Grand
Parade)
Shelves are packed with CDs, DVDs,
T-shirts and artwork.
www.erdmanncontemporary.co.za
This dual-medium space is known for the unearthing
of new talent. Dedicated to comic art and a select
VESPERDENE
African Image
BRAEMAR
29
REGENT
LEEUKOP
SOLAN SOLAN
DRURY
DRURY
TO MOUILLE POINT
& SEA POINT
A grand building with mosaic floors,
group of SA painters, while the Photographers
Gallery ZA showcases new trends in
MCKENZIE MCKENZIE
a
marble staircase and a majestic
contemporary photography.
CHELSEA
Purple Turtle
11
GREEN POINT
159 Long St ■ 021 424 2993
www.darkieclothing.co.za
Themba Mngomezulu’s fashion
label – stylish and culturally aware
yet thoroughly modern – has been
turning heads since 2002. The
label’s signature afro-comb has
helped it become one of South
Africa’s most-wanted iconic brands.
stained-glass window. The balcony
EXNER
EXNER
Cnr of Long and Shortmarket St ■
EXNER
is
where Nelson Mandela addressed
LION
CHIAPPINI
021
423 6197
BRYANT
WATCH, SEE, LISTEN
HUDSON
ROSE
PEACE
JORDAAN
the nation when he was released
from prison in 1990. It hosts regular
music events, including concerts by
the Cape Town Symphony Orchestra
on most Thursdays.
BO KAAP
Cnr of Church St and Burg St
021 423 8385 ■
www.african-image.co.za
A leading, independent African tribal-art
dealership with a diverse selection of arts and
crafts including original traditional pieces and
VREDENHOEK
The patrons at this music venue like
their rock hard and dark. Local grunge,
NEW CHURCH
TO THE LOCATION
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
NEW CHURCH
26
Olive Green Cat
BREE
LONG
LONG
BREE
TAMBOERSKLOOF
UPPER LONG
funky, street-wise items.
LAMBERT
BELLAIR
TO CABLEWAY, CAMPS
BAY, HOUT BAY
MAP
BUITENGRACHT
REFER OVELEAF
KLOOF NEK
RIEBEECK
SQ
ST. JAMES
goth, punk music and much more.
KEEROM
LOWER BURG
BURG
BURG
CTICC
JAMIESON
TABLE MOUNTAIN
ST. GEORGES
ST. GEORGES
CHELMSFORD
GARDENS
UPPER BUITENGRACHT
ADDERLEY ADDERLEY
THIBAULT
GREENMARKET
SQ SQ
RUGLEY
SQ SQ
QUEEN VICTORIA
QUEEN VICTORIA
MOUNT
30
Pan African Market
NELSON
COMPANY GARDENS
COMPANY GARDENS
PLEIN
PLEIN
PARLIAMENT
PARLIAMENT
JETTY
BUITENKANT
BUITENKANT
PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENT
CAPE TOWN STATION
CAPE TOWN STATION
76
Long St ■ 021 426 4478
PARADE
PARADE
St Stephens Church
DEAN
12
CENTRAL CITY
CENTRAL CITYTT
HARRINGTON
HARRINGTON
CHURCH
CHURCH
43 Labia
45
SQ
SQ
LOWER PLEIN
LOWER PLEIN
HATFIELD
HATFIELD
ST. JOHN’S
ST. JOHN’S
Riebeeck Square ■ 021 853 4987
ORANJEZICHT
QUEENS
GRAND
GRAND
ARTSCAPE ARTSCAPE
68 Orange Street, Gardens ■
CITYHALL
CITYHALLTYTY
PARADE
PARADE
HEERENGRACHT
HEERENGRACHT
KLOOF STREET
BARNET
BARNET
1st Floor, 51 Wale St ■ 021 424
1011 ■ www.olivegreencat.co.za
This studio showroom produces
some of the best in contemporary,
handmade South African jewellery in
the City.
TAMBOERSKLOOF
BROWNLOW
FORESHORE
7
Waiting Room
FORESHORE
FOUNDERS FOUNDERS
www.st-stephens.org.za
GARDEN GARDEN
LEEUWENVOET
021
424 5927 ■ www.labia.co.za
WANDEL
WANDEL
273 Long St ■ 021 422 4536
The open roof for sundowners and
revolving selection of music (from live
jazz to hip-hop played by DJs) combine
CORPORATION
CORPORATION
WELGEMEEND
EAST CITY
EASTEASTEASTT CITYCICITY
THE THE CASTLE CASTLE
Three storeys of goods from across Africa,
from tin frames to large, intricate carvings
and beadwork. Get a taste of traditional
St
Stephens was built in 1800 and
HAHARRINGTON HARRINGTON
WATSONIA
MOUNT
MOUNT
Cape Town
International
Convention Centre /
Marimba
SQ SQ
DEVONPORT
WICHT WICHT
African cuisine at the café.
BOOKS
originally functioned as the first African
Theatre before being adapted as a
church for freed slaves in 1843. Today,
the complex includes a music store, an
artist’s studio, cafés and a restaurant. Live
music happens regularly at &Union.
OSWALD PIROW
OSWALD PIROW
D.F. MALAN
D.F. MALAN
CIVIC
CIVIC
27
MeMeMe
TO AIRPORT
TO AIRPORT
UPPER PORTSWOOD
The oldest independent art-repertory
cinema in SA has old-world charm,
reasonable prices and a licensed coffee
FAURE
JAN JAN SMUTS SMUTS
TO AIRPORT
MARTIN
MARTIN
1 Central Library in Old
Drill Hall
to create an informal vibe that’s popular
with creative city professionals and
students.
31
Loud on Long
BATH
DISTRICT SIX
bar. The place to be for discerning
viewers of quality movies.
KLOOF STREET
WOODSTOCK
43
Long St ■ 021422 3801 ■
VREDEHOEK
Cnr of Darling St and Parade St ■
Convention Square, 1 Lower Long
St ■ 021 410 5000 / 021 418 3366
■ www.cticc.co.za /
www.marimbasa.com
This major exhibition space hosts
a number of significant creative
021
400 3065
Cnr of Church St and Long St ■
021 424 0001
Artist and designer Doreen Southwood
and her fellow fashionistas create a stir
with deconstructed-chic style. The focus
is on quirky, local designers.
With collections that cover business,
local history, specialised art, an
extensive pamphlet collection, and
more than 130 newspaper and
magazine titles, plus internet access.
The Central Library is extensive and
impressive.
www.lekkelekke.co.za
Stockists of an eclectic mix of music, crafts
and fashion – all definitively Cape Town.
44 Alliance Française
155
Loop St ■ 021 423 5699
HOF
ASTANA
Fiction
8
13
Marco’s African Place
18
João Ferriera Gallery
226 Long St ■ 021 424 5709
www.fictionbar.com
With progressive dance music pumping
late into the night, this venue
– filled with
The new Afro-sensibility is at the heart of
this endeavour.
15 Rose Lane, Bo-Kaap ■
423 5412 ■
70 Loop Street ■ 021 423 5403
www.joaoferreiragallery.com
A contemporary art gallery which hosts solo exhibitions
by important mid-career local artists.
28
23
Greatmore Studios
021
Church Street Antique
Market
TANABARU
www.marcosafricanplace.co.za
47 to 49 Greatmore St, Woodstock
021 447 9699 ■
www.greatmoreart.org
Fourteen studios are rented out
on a full-time basis to local artists,
and another three to visiting artists.
The artist-run initiative counts
cultural exchange among its key
drivers. Visitors are welcome and
occasional exhibitions take place.
industry-related expos and
conferences. Marimba is the
resident restaurant – its Afro-chic
interior makes for beautifully
ambient evenings with live jazz, a
cigar bar and expert cuisine.
Cnr of Church St and Long St ■
082 975 3890
Touted as Cape Town’s original market,
antiques, jewellery, second-hand shoes, or
fine china can be picked up at the stalls that
line this pedestrian-only area.
Monkey Biz
Restaurateur Marco’s establishment pulls
32
65
Rose Lane, Bo-Kaap ■ 021 426 0145
in
local and foreign crowds with its cultural
BANTAM
UPPER CANTERBURY
UPPER CANTERBURY
celebration, indigenous African and Cape
Malay food, and live local music that
ranges from traditional to jazz.
DAWES
www.alliance.org.za
The centre not only teaches French but
also has a movie club, cultural events,
an art gallery, a restaurant and a state-
of-the-art library. It represents cultural,
scientific and economic interests of
France.
19
34 Long Street
2 The Book Lounge
71
Roeland St ■ 021 462 2425
An independent bookstore that
specialises in South African reads,
plays host to book launches and has
a cosy coffee shop in the basement.
Very close to Parliament and historic
District Six.
021 426 4594 ■ www.34long.com
The gallery is situated in a beautiful Victorian building
among modern office blocks. A revolving selection
■ www.monkeybiz.co.za
This non-profit organisation has revived
the ancient beading tradition associated
with Xhosa, Zulu, Ndebele and Sotho
communities. MonkeyBiz supplies glass
NOORDELIK
Albert Hall
14
BELLA DONNA
ALOE
AGAPANTHUS
208
Albert Road, Woodstock ■
of established and emerging South African artists is
complemented by work by influential international names.
FLORIDA
beads to women in the townships of Cape
Town, who produce unique hand-beaded
artworks.
021
447 0851 ■ www.alberthall.co.za
34
Cape Craft and Design
Institute
Billed as a “culture club”, this is the venue
FREESIA
75
Harrington St ■ 021 460 3982
for Jou Ma Se Comedy Club, parties and
live music. A bar complements the out-
there experience.
Michael Stevenson Gallery
20
ORANGE
www.capecraftanddesign.org.za
33
Streetwires
160 Sir Lowry Road ■ 021 462 1500
www.michaelstevenson.com
TENNANT
77
Shortmarket St ■ 021 426 2475 ■
3
Clarke’s Bookshop
A
dynamic space committed to showing some
211 Long St ■ 021 423 5739
www.clarkesbooks.co.za
Opened in 1956, Clarke’s is an
institution. Old, rare, out-of-print and
handmade books line the walls. It’s
the go-to spot for southern African
literature, Africana and art books.
of
the best in contemporary South African and
African art. Hosts acclaimed solo and
group exhibitions.
www.streetwires.co.za
Wire art is everywhere and here you can
shop and meet the 120-plus formerly
unemployed artists who create the huge,
original range of functional pieces.
GORDON ON
BUXTON
HOPE
HOPE
The Gift trading initiative provides a link
between craft producers and corporate-
gift buyers. It economically
empowers producers in
the Western Cape by
facilitating sales and
marketing.
LUTON
CLIVE
BUITENKANT
BUITENKANT
MAYNARD
MAYNARD
35
African Home
BARNHAM
CLARE
CLARE
41
Caledon St ■ 021 461 1700
2
WARWICK
VOETBOOG
www.africanhome.co.za
Stockist of décor products rooted
in African aesthetics and traditional
workmanship. Fair-trade is upheld,
environmental awareness is key and
sustainable employment is created.
The Old Biscuit Mill
UPPER MAYNARD
36
MAYNARD
373
021
to 375 Albert Road ■
462 6361 ■
VIRGINIA
VIRGINIA
SCHOONDER
www.theoldbiscuitmill.co.za
Previous incarnations included a
host of factories, but today this
building is a meeting place for artists,
photographers and entrepreneurs,
and a number of great design stores.
It’s also a venue for music events.
Home of the bustling Neighbourgoods
market – every Saturday morning.
VARNEY’S
UPPER BUITENKANT
MELLISH
KANT
EVENTS
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
JULY/AUGUST
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
MCQP
SUIDOOSTERFEES
DESIGN INDABA AND
EXPO
INFECTING THE CITY
CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL
CAPE TOWN
INTERNATIONAL JAZZ
FESTIVAL
CAPE TOWN BOOK FAIR
CAPE TOWN FASHION WEEK
OUT IN AFRICA
GRISNEZ
A Legendary Queer Costume
Party
www.mcqp.co.za
Great Afrikaans Festival
www.suidoosterfees.co.za
Cutting edge site specific
performance festival
www.capetownfestival.co.za
www.capetownbookfair.com
www.africanfashioninternational.com
Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
www.oia.co.za
Internationally Acclaimed
Design Event
www.designindaba.com
YUSUF
SPIER CONTEMPORARY
www.infectingthecity.com
MINSTREL’S CARNIVAL
www.spiercontemporary2010.com
Africa’s Grandest Music Festival
www.capetownjazzfest.com
ENCOUNTERS DOCUMEN-
TARY FILM FESTIVAL
TRICONTINENTAL FILM
FESTIVAL
Traditional Street procession
www.encounters.co.za
www.3continentsfestival.co.za
SELWYN
BARTON
MUIR
R
ST. G
BASKET
CLYDEBA
CLYDE
BREDA
DORMEHL
WIGTOWN
HIDDINGH
PIN
STUCKERIS
NELSON
REFORM
RUSSELL
RUSSELL
FAWLEY
COWLEY
ARLE
PHILIPS
GRAY
QUEEN
EASTERN BOULEVARD
BOULEVARD
LEWIN
NELSON
PEAK
KUYPER
DORSET
BROOK
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DOCK
LONGMARKET
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MILITARY
LOADER
SOMERSET
PRESTWICH
HOSPITAL
ANNANDALE
PORT
STRAND
DE HOOP
GLYNN
GLYNN
BAY VIEW
ST. MICHAEL’S
CARLSBROOK
HASTINGS
ROELAND M3
ROELAND M3
WARREN
DERBY
PIC; COURTESY RED BULL MUSIC STUDIOS
RAYDEN
CONSTITUTION
CONSTITUTION
WEXFORD
WATERKANT
LINGEN
HOFMEYER
EPHENST
MILNER
RHEEDE
WHITFORD
PARK
DORMAN
BECKHAM
GRANGER BAY
BUITEN
BUITEN
VICTORIA
HILLSIDE
CARLSBROOK
GREEN
BLOEM
PEPPER
WANDEL
WANDEL
ORPHAN
MAIN
GORE
GORE
UPPER BLOEM
BUITENSINGEL
UPPER PEPPER
DORP
DORP
LEEUWEN
UPPER LEEUWEN
WALE
WALE
HILLIGERS
CAMP
CAMP
AVE.KLOOF
COMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL
NICOL
LORENTZDE
KLOOF
UNION
HILLSIDE
DARLING
DARLING
BARRACK
BARRACK
PIC; COURTESY BRITISH COUNCIL
WILKINSON
DERWENT
CHURCH
CHURCH
ALBERTUS
ALBERTUS
LONGMARKET
KEIZERGRACHT
KEIZERGRACHT
LONGMARKET
LONGMARKET
LONGMARKET
STRAND
BUREAU
AUBURE
STRAND
LTEVREDENWE
SHORTMARKET
SPIN
SPIN
MOSTERT
MOSTERT
WATERKANT
WATERKANT
HOUT
HOUT
CALEDONCALEDON
CALEDONCALEDON
DARLING
DARLING
RIEBEECK
CASTLE
CASTLE
ROELAND
ROELAND
KENMORE
AFALGARAFALGARTR
TRAFALGAR
SIGNAL
UNIONUPPER
EATON
PRESTWICHPRESTWICH
MECHAU
BERTRAND
MARINEOLD MARINEOLD
STRYDOMHANS
HA
HERTZOG BOULEVARD
HERTZOG BOULEVARD
BEACH
CRAIGJACK CRAIGJACK
DUNCAN
GAMADAVASCO
GAMADAVASCO
STEYTLERCOEN
GRADNERLOUIS
GRADNERLOUIS
DIASBARTOLEMEU
DIASBARTOLEMEU
WHARF
HAMMERSCHLAG HAMMERSCHLAG
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GLYNN
NGLYNN
GLYNN
GLYNN
STRAND
DUNCAN
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