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Cape Town Comedy Club always making sure you have a good time…….
· Come and have fun with us on 15th (DJ Godfrey on the decks)

· Enjoy the public holiday – Youth Day on 16th

· Spend Father’s Day at CTCC on Sunday 19th June

· Our Winter Meal & Cocktail Specials – May to August

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Wednesday 15th June 2016 (Day before public holiday)

HEADLINE: Tracy Klass
MC: Dalin Oliver
SUPPORT ACT: Phil de Lange
OPEN MIC: Liam Bento
GUEST ACT: Mel Jones & DJ Godfrey

Thursday 16th June 2016 (Public Holiday)

HEADLINE: Tracy Klass
MC: Dalin Oliver
SUPPORT ACT: Phil de Lange
OPEN MIC: Liam Bento

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Cape Town Comedy Club is open five days a week, WednesdaySunday. Comedy nightly from 8.30pm, doors open 6pm.

On this week at Cape Town Comedy Club …

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Wednesday 08th June 2016

HEADLINE: Conrad Koch / Chester Missing
MC: Dusty Rich (JHB)
SUPPORT ACT: CJ Benson

OPEN MIC: Nathi Maki

Thursday 09th June 2016

HEADLINE: Mel Jones
MC: Dusty Rich (JHB)
SUPPORT ACT: CJ Benson

OPEN MIC: Nathi Maki

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Wednesday 04th May 2016

HEADLINE: Ndumiso Lindi (JHB)
MC: Stuart Taylor
SUPPORT ACT: Lungelo Ndlovu

OPEN MIC: Irshaad Mohamed

GUEST ACT: Conrad Koch / Chester Missing

Thursday 05th May 2016

HEADLINE: Ndumiso Lindi (JHB)
MC: Stuart Taylor
SUPPORT ACT: Lungelo Ndlovu

OPEN MIC: Irshaad Mohamed

GUEST ACT: Conrad Koch / Chester Missing

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Saxes, trumpets, all that jazz and more in entertaining evening with Cape Horns

Hosted by respected saxophonist Don Vino, Cape Horns promises a relaxed and entertaining evening of music, offering something for everyone with an exciting array of sounds. The concert will take place for two nights only at the Baxter Theatre on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 May at 8pm.

From Gospel to Jazz, Big Band to Pop, and celebrating the much-loved but often forgotten Lang-arm, it’s guaranteed to get the audience dancing. Cape Horns presents some of Cape Town’s most notable brass music stars, while providing a platform for the next generation of talent.

Trumpeter Ian Smith of VJR fame and director of the acclaimed Delft Big Band joins the line up with saxophonist Heinrich Isaacs, who is known for his Gospel jazz expertise; and fellow saxophonist Didier Richards, a popular performer with the South African Navy Band and who has played with the likes of the legendary Pacific Express.

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Vivacious South African divas celebrate pre-Mother’s Day with a dazzling musical showcase

An ensemble of vivacious South African divas are set to shine at GrandWest in a dazzling musical showcase of hip swaying hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s to mark Mother’s Day in May 2016. The glittering show, Soul Sisters Mother’s Day Celebration, takes place in spectacular style at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on 7 May 2016.

In the lineup is Cape Town’s larger than life cabaret trio, 3 Tons of Fun. The ladies are set to enthrall the audience with a mix of love songs, showstoppers from the disco era, and well known loved pop, African, and dance music. Their high energy, fun filled cabaret show attracts full houses wherever it goes.

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What is the name of the show at Grand Arena on May the 7th?  

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Also performing in the Soul Sisters Mother’s Day Celebration are Judith Sephuma, Can Skylark, Vicky Sampson, Jody Williams, Maddy Abrahams and Salome Johansen, all of whom are talented female artists that have become household names due to their contribution to music in South Africa. They will be supported by a professional 12 piece band, Top Dog.

We are absolutely thrilled to be hosting these enigmatic ladies for a special pre Mother’s Day show this year. The Soul Sisters pre Mother’s Day Celebration promises a fun filled and captivating show featuring some of South Africa’s most celebrated female artists,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and Promotions Manager at GrandWest.

Tickets to Soul Sisters pre Mother’s Day Celebration are available at Computicket and cost from R165 to R250 per person. Like GrandWest on Facebook GrandWestCasinoAndEntertainmentWorld and follow us on Twitter @GrandwestSA.

Invisible

“Just people – but are often not recognized for who they are but as the scum of the earth.” The homeless. Street People. We pretend not to see them, look directly past them – never at them. Sometimes we pretend they don’t exist and the smell is just horrible “dammit, they could at least have a wash!”. Then we meet Kathleen Marion Jacobs. Suddenly things didn’t make sense to her, nothing was too clear, then she started running. Far away from normal, her everyday life, it suddenly seemed strange to her. Away from all that was familiar to her. Family, friends, the school where she was a history teacher and the children who laughed at her. Katie is a famous “Bergie” on Greenmarket Square, full of story tales.

Everyone knows her and she knows everyone, a smile and a chuckle will cost you nothing, but if it’s a life lesson, it costs R5.00! Katie’s story is not unique. It happens all the time, but what makes her story being on the street so special? Was it the forced removal of District Six in 1966 as a child? Or was it the fact that the Cape Flats was a noose around her neck, not able to breathe? Or was it her love of history? Or perhaps because her own history happened – that she had not foreseen? But she’s here now, with history and all. “You know me, but you do not see my soul!”

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KRISTALVLAKTE on at the Fugard Theatre – 29th April to 7th May 2016

This incredible work has been commissioned (part of the Suidoosterfees 2016) to celebrate the life and work of the late Professor Jakes Gerwel ( the former chairman of Media24, former rector of the University of Western Cape and the director general of former President Nelson Mandela’s cabinet). Kristalvlakte will serve as a creative and literary monument honoring Jakes Gerwel’s memory.

From the shreds of the constant drug war, dealer Priscilla is trying to keep her family and life together. The community is bleeding due to the interference of political orders, gang bosses and religious leaders. Sometimes there are waves of peace, as in any good war. But war is like love – it will always find a way out. And while life goes on Priscilla’s drug dealings will survive in the backstreets of time.

From the talented pen of Amy Jephta, under mentorship of Tertius Kapp, Kristalvlakte was born. This topical theatre piece is an adaptation of Bertolt Brecht’s ‘Mother Courage und ihre Kinder’.

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