SUNDAY TIMES - Cape Town jol: what to do in the Mother City this weekend
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Sunday Times Entertainment By Staff reporter, 2017-04-13 00:00:00.0

Cape Town jol: what to do in the Mother City this weekend

Kaki King will perform with Guy Buttery in Cape Town on Sunday, April 16.
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Take advantage of these great events happening in Cape Town

MUSIC

Guitar Hero 2

James Grace with a variety of playing techniques and genres.

When: Friday, April 14, 7pm

Where: Alexander Bar & Café, Strand Street, Cape Town, R110 or R100 at alexanderbar.co.za

Witchfest

Metal festival includes Devil Driver, Theatre Runs Red, Infanteria, Boargasm, SacriFist, and Zombies Ate My Girlfriend .

When: Friday, April 14, noon

Where: The Shred, Auckland Street, Paarden Eiland, R780 at Computicket, R800 at the door

Kaki King and Guy Buttery

Guitarists King from the US andButtery from South Africa team up.

When: Sunday, April 16, 8pm-11.30pm

Where: South African Slave Church Museum, Long Street, Cape Town, R275 at Nutickets

KIDS

The Ugly Duckling and Other Stories

Three Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales with songs by Michael Jackson, Justin Bieber, One Direction, Taylor Swift and Meghan Trainor.

When: Friday, April 14, 10.30am

Where: Nassau Centre, Groote Schuur High School, Newlands, R75 at Computicket

COMEDY

The Big Five Comedy Show

Stuart Taylor, Joey Rasdien, Barry Hilton, Kagiso Lediga and Jason Goliath, with Ready D on the decks.

When: Until Sunday, April 16, 8pm

Where: GrandWest, Goodwood, R170-R300 at Computicket

FAMILY

Family Easter Circus Show

Show, with a visit from the Easter Bunny, includes trapeze artists, aerial silks, acrobats, clowns and fire entertainers.

When: Thursday, April 13, 7.30pm; tomorrow 3pm and 7.30pm; Sunday 3pm

Where: South African National Circus, Willow Road, Observatory, R110 at Computicket

THEATRE

Hamlet - Prince of Denmark

Inspired by one of the earliest recorded performances, which took place during Shakespeare's lifetime in 1608.

When: Until Saturday, April 29, 7.30pm

Where: Theatre on the Bay, Camps Bay, R100-R180 at Computicket