10 October 2015
Venue: Diemersfontein Wine & Country Estate
South Africa’s very own Belinda Davids sounds remarkably like Whitney Houston. If I had shut my eyes, I’d have been convinced that I was listening to the legend herself. On top of this, Davids has an easy grace about her that dissolves any fear of witnessing an agonisingly try-hard tribute.
The Galloway Theatre at the V&A Waterfront consistently unearths poignant stories with a contemporary twist. Both Ella’s Horses and Happy – currently running as a double bill – shine a fresh light on their historical protagonists, revealing an overpoweringly sad, cruel, yet immensely funny spirit.
A means to escape the daily hubbub of the bustling city, the Night Bus provides both foreigners and locals with a unique perspective of Cape Town.
Departing from the Two Oceans Aquarium at the V&A Waterfront, the Night Bus is distinctly different from the ‘hop on hop off’ day bus. For this tour, all passengers remain as a group for the 3 hour journey on a large loop around the city via Sea Point and Camps Bay to Signal Hill and back over Kloof Nek to the Waterfront.