There is so much going on around Cape Town it would be impossible to see it all, taste it all, visit it all, experience it all. Our Activity Groups cover a fair amount of ground but there is still so much happening in and around Cape Town that we couldn’t possibly get to with formal group bookings.

This section will share with you some of the events and happenings in and around Cape Town that might appeal to you. If you like the sound of an event, grab a friend at the club or better still, invite somebody you only just met. The IWC is first and foremost a friendship club – so get out there and make friends!

Know of something you would like to share or an event you think other members of IWC would like? Please send details to Wendy on wkcoetzee@gmail.com. We would love to hear from you!


Handel's Messiah

Tickets at www.quicket.co.za  - Cost: R145-R160
Handel’s Messiah is very likely the most performed oratorio in the history of sacred music. Messiah is described as “a masterpiece with drama to spare in every page of its score” that “feels as fresh today as it did when first premiered in Dublin in 1742”.
Join the Cape Town Youth Choir and Junges Vokalensemble Hannover in a performance where Handel’s “musical fireworks” is matched by the youthful sound and energy of the two youth choirs.
South African tenor Levy Sekgapane, first prize winner of Placido Domingo’s prestigious Operalia 2017 competition makes his “Messiah debut” in the role of the evangelist. Since winning the Belvedere Singing Competition in 2015, Sekgapane has rapidly become one of the world’s most sought-after young Rossini tenors, triumphing in major opera houses including Munich, Copenhagen and Rome. Completing a stellar line-up of soloists are well-known soprano Magdalene Minnaar, Minette du Toit Pearce (mezzo) and bass Bongani Khubheka.
The CTYC Festival orchestra is led by Suzanne Martens (first violin) with Erik Dippenaar on the harpsichord.


DATE: Sun 11 Mar 18 11:00 AM
This event is part of The Fugard Theatre Bioscope
Event Type: Lifestyle, Film
Screened as part of the 2018 Fugard Bioscope World Arts Cinema
Season. From the National Theatre.
An occupied desert nation. A radical from the wilderness on hunger strike. A girl whose mysterious dance will change the course of the world. This charged retelling turns the infamous biblical tale on its head, placing the girl we call Salome at the centre of a revolution.
Internationally acclaimed theatre director Yael Farber (Les Blancs) draws on multiple accounts to create her urgent, hypnotic production on the stage of the National Theatre..

65 Years of Friendship

RSVP: The Book Lounge on 021 462 2425 or booklounge@gmail.com.
FRIDAY, 1 March 2018.

Classic Gospel

Venue: Maynardville Open Air Theatre
Date & Time: Sunday 04 Mar@ 7.45 pm
An explosion of Gospel Classics, from sacred to new and popular joyous tunes, sung by a choir of 20 voices with classically trained lead singers, and accompanied by a live band..

Cape Town International Jazz Festival

Friday 23rd & 24th March
This event is part of the Cape Town International Jazz Festival 2018
Event Type: Music, Jazz
Africa`s Grandest Gathering celebrates its 19th Anniversary with over 40 Local and International artists over 2 days. This multiple-stage event boasts 5 stages and hosts over 35400 people over 2 days. Follow us on Twitter @ctjazzfest and Like us on Facebook.

Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo 2018

Saturday 3rd March at 2.00 pm
Event Information
Val De Vie Estate - Val De Vie Wine + Polo Estate Paarl
The Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo 2018 is a luxury lifestyle and polo affair drawing socialites, fashionistas and celebrities as well as champagne and equestrian lovers.

The Cape Town Carnival 2018

“Mother City, Mother Nature”
17 of March 2018
will explore what it means to be the Mother City. Explore the convergence of Nature and City embodied by Cape Town’s twin treasures: its fascinating people and natural wonders.
The Cape Floral Kingdom is one of startling beauty, diversity & resilience. The people of Cape Town are just as diverse, resourceful & determined. Colourful cultures & traditions from across the continent and the globe have taken root here. This is home to the ancient & the new. Creativity springs forth to be shared with the world, a life-giving essence expressed in the celebration of Cape Town Carnival. This theme invites us to embody all that is welcoming, nurturing & abundant. Discover what makes us unique and discover why this is uniquely the Mother City.
On the 17 of March 2018 spectators will have the freedom of the city streets on the Green Point Fan Walk.
Over 2 000 dazzling costumed performers and musicians will take to Cape Town’s Fan Walk, entertaining viewers with floats and vibrant dance routines.
The parade will be followed by a family party, showcasing some of SA's hottest musical talent.

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Wendy Coetzee
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