Music, bubbly, drama and the outdoors – the month of May has something in store for everyone.
Franschhoek is hosting the Follow the Bubbles Festival from Friday, 30 April – Sunday 2 May 2021. Ten Frasnchhoek venues have been paired with an MCC house. There are various sessions and each one includes tastings, food and live music. Choose your preferred time slot and venue from amongst big names such as Reuben’s Restaurant, (which has been paired with L’Ormarins & Colmant). Tickets cost R100 and include 3 tastings. Don’t forget your once-off glass ticket for R50. There are four sessions to choose from:
Friday 30 April: 18:00 – 22:00
Saturday 1 May: 11:00 – 15:00
Saturday 1 May: 16:00 – 19:00
Sunday 2 May: 11:00 – 15:00
Music at Zevenwacht featuring Jeremy Loops
On Sunday 23 May famous South African singer, songwriter, and record producer, Jeremy Loops, will be performing live at Zevenwacht Wine Estate. Gates open at 12h00 and the event ends at 18h00. There will be artisanal foods and bars with both alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages for purchase. Bring the whole family, your picnic blanket and sit on the beautiful lawns as you enjoy the music. Tickets are R250.
Don’t miss out on Paul Roos’ staging of the Little Shop of Horrors musical. The production is on from 11 – 13 May. (It was initially planned for 2020, but due to Covid the show is happening this year). It promises to be a fresh take on the classic and popular film. Tickets cost R100 and seating is limited. Come and support!
On 26 May, from 7am – 12pm, Babylonstoren will be hosting a workshop on bird spotting in their beautiful gardens, presented by Arne Stander. There are more than 70 species on the farm. Learn more about the local birds and how to attract them to your garden. Don’t forget to bring your binoculars. There is coffee and a brunch included in the price. Get your ticket now at R500.
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Written by C Knoesen