Cape Town: Scenic and Theatrical

Themba Ndayi, Customer Success Manager for Africa and the Middle East, has been in Cape Town together with his wife Pearl.  He’s shared some pics with me and I thought it was a great opportunity to show you a snippet of a great day and night experience for your next Cape Town trip!

Themba and Pearl experienced a Thompsons Africa day tour before enjoying an evening at Richards Supper Stage & Bistro.

Peninsula Tour

Cruise along Millionaire’s Paradise from Clifton to Camps Bay and on to Llandudno before an up-close-and-personal Seal Island cruise. Wind along Chapman’s Peak Drive with lunch (own account) at Cape of Good Hope Section of the Table Mountain National Park before meandering back along the coast, visiting Simon’s Town and the penguin colony at Boulder’s Beach. End at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in Summer or in Winter, Groot Constantia for a wine tasting and cellar tour.

  • Seal Island Cruise (optional and for own account)
  • Chapman’s Peak Drive
  • Cape Point
  • Simon’s Town
  • Penguin Colony at Boulder’s Beach (own account)
  • Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (Summer months)
  • Groot Constantia wine tasting and cellar tour (Winter months)

 

Richards Supper Stage & Bistro

The one and only ‘Cape show’, ‘Kaapse Stories from the Mother City’, is played at this vibrant Cape themed dinner theatre venue in Seapoint, transporting the audience into the colourful and exciting world of the Cape, paired with a great spectrum of the wonderful culinary delights that Cape Town has to offer.

Local theatre legend, ‘Basil Apollis’ directs the show and Richard Loring, the acclaimed producer of South Africa’s most famous musical, ‘African Footprint’, produces the show.

With the view of ‘Robben Island’ and the Cape Town stadium, you are seated at sociable dinner tables to enjoy the interactively played dinner show.  You are also invited to visit the Richard Loring memorabilia bar before and after the show to witness 50 years of Richard’s history in South African show business.

With the unique humour, intoxicating rhythms and soulful songs that celebrate the challenges and triumphs of the people of Cape Town, this quality entertainment experiences gives you an inspiring insight into the ‘Rainbow Nation’ of Cape Town told through the stories of the Kleintjies family.

The show is loved by locals and visitors alike and a translated synopsis of the show into 11 different languages is provided so nothing ‘gets lost in translation’.

Enjoy a 4-course meal comprising of a starter, salad course, main meal (buffet) and dessert and a glass of sparkling wine on arrival.

 

 

 

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