Shakespeare at Maynardville: This event is staged from the 11th of January until the 19th of February 2011. Every year theatre lovers are treated to a different Shakespearen production at the open-air theatre at Maynardville. The theatre is located in Wynberg, Cape Town. This wonderful venue is situated in a green wooded park and is extremely well loved by those who have visited it. Visitors are invited to relax in the 500 square meter park. before the performance in the form of a picnic with their family and friends. This unique setting has seating available for 720 people. For the 2011 edition of Shakespeare at Maynardville the production is the Taming of the Shrew. Ballets performed by members of the Cape Town City Ballet will also be showcased. Tickets to the event are available via Computicket or from the box office at Maynardville. For more information visit this link.
Classic Car and Bike Show: This event wil be held on the 22nd and 23rd of January 2011 at Timour Hall in Timour Hall Road, Plumstead in the Mother City. It’s the 11th Annual Edition of this show. It’s one of the highlights of the IPA (International Police Association) calendar and has become something of an institution in the Western Cape amongst nostalgia buffs and fans. The Classic Car & Bike Show features some of the rarest and most beautiful cars and bikes in the Cape and is one of only a handful of exhibits on this scale. Over the past decade the event has seen tremendous growth in the number of exhibitors and attendees. The format has also changed over the years. The first 2 day event was held in 2007. This event has provided an opportunity to educate and entertain visitors and also to effect real changes in people’s lives. This event has raised more than R120 000 for various charities over the years. Donations totaled more than R18 000 in 2010 alone. For more information visit http://www.classiccarandbikeshow.co.za/ or phone 021 7972582.
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