This unique event of movies under the stars, a food market and drink, interactive games and live music is back for its fith year. The films are romantic comedies, cult classics, musicals, adventure sports features and documentaries that let you cuddle up and be entertained. From November to April there are shows at Hillcrest Quarry on Tuesday evenings, at Kirstenbosch on Wednesday evenings and at the V&A Waterfront on evenings. There are also screening on special days and at other venues near Cape Town. Tickets are sold online.
The Montreal-based Cirque Éloize has been creating magical shows for more than 23 years and performed around 4 000 times in over 500 cities and 50 countries. Now they're in to South Africa with iD, a blend of circus arts and urban dance. For the first time the Cirque is mixing in multimedia as well and it all ends with a spectacular trampoline finale. Get an idea of what it looks like on Youtube and book at Computicket.
The critically acclaimed musical, based on the Oscar-winning film, makes its South African debut in Cape Town in March – and you'd better jump now if you want tickets to see this tale of three Australian drag queens on a life-changing road trip across the Outback. No shortage of glitz, glamour and props in this production, which has been a world-wide hit. Prepare to be dazzled not just by the classic tunes, but by over 500 outrageous costumes, 200 extraordinary headdresses, 23 tons of scenery and a ten-metre customised bus. The show will be at Montecasino’s Teatro, Johannesburg, from 28 April to the middle of June.