|Sun-Set@Baxter with Majozi 28 Nov 17:00 |
The Baxter is delighted to announce a series of live summer concerts Sun-Set@Baxter, in the garden, from Sunday 28 November 2021 to the end of March 2022. The line-up kicks off with SAMA-nominated, singer Majozi and future artists (like Matthew Mole) will be announced at a later stage. Doors open at 5 pm and the show will commence at 6 pm.
Majozi’s debut single, Fire, was a major pop radio hit and his feel-good follow-up single, Darling, endeared him to local fans. He released his debut full-length album, ‘Fire’, in March 2016 which includes the #1 single, Breathing, as well as the hit collaboration with Tresor, The Woods.
The beautiful Baxter garden is the perfect venue for a picnic for the whole family to enjoy. Bring blankets and cushions and your own picnic. No own alcohol will be permitted and has to be purchased from The Baxter’s on-site bar.
The Baxter’s beautiful, newly landscaped garden is the perfect setting for a picnic for the whole family to enjoy. Bring your outdoor blankets, cushions, and picnic baskets as you soak in the sounds of some of SA’s best music artists. All alcohol is only available from and can only be purchased from The Baxter’s on-site bar. No own alcohol will be permitted. Book here! https://www.webtickets.co.za/v2/event.aspx?itemid=1508859258
| New Baxter Restaurant Now open! The new Baxter Restaurant is now open to patrons and the public, from 7 am to 9 pm, Mondays to Saturdays. Owned and operated by Jason and Jaqueline Volckaert, from Cocoa wah wah-fame, and is managed by Mambwe Chuba and the team. The daily menu is varied with something for everyone’s budget, with vegetarian offerings as well as Cocoa wah wah favourites such as their popular freshly baked cakes on-site, hot chocolates, barista coffees, ice-cold crushes, burgers, pasta, salads, and wraps. A buffet meal is on offer in the evenings, along with the daily menu.|
“We have crafted a menu that has something for all budgets and most tastes,” says Jason. “In our almost 20 years we have always had an enthusiastic halaal following. Although our kitchen is not certified halaal we only use halaal-certified chicken in the buffet meals and we make a great effort in the preparation of meals and the sourcing of recipes to ensure that they exclude alcohol and pork.”
To book please call the restaurant on 064 777 4899 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now taking bookings You can now book the newly renovated Baxter Garden for your next big event! Please contact Jeremy Blackburn on email@example.com for inquiries.
|Women of Owu 27 – 30 Oct|
The Centre for Theatre, Dance & Performance Studies in collaboration with the Baxter Theatre is proud to present their latest production, Women of Owu. Femi Osofisan’s remarkable Nigerian adaptation of The Trojan Women. It is set in the ancient city of Owu, described by the playwright in the note on the play’s genesis, as a model of prosperity and organization. In about 1821 the combined armies of two Yoruba kingdoms, Ijebu and Ife along with Oyo refugees recruited as mercenaries, entered Owu after a seven-year siege and sacked the city. In the third year of the siege, the rains stopped, weakening the once formidable city and strengthening the Allied Forces camped on the other side of the city walls. When they entered the city in the seventh year, they raised Owu to the ground, reduced it to rubble, set fire to it and killed all the male inhabitants, capturing the women of Owu as the spoils of war. The play takes place a day after the sacking of the city and in our rendition of this west African adaptation, set in a dystopic African future are the echoes of a timeless lament. Through their rituals of protest, we come to witness the unspeakable trauma of the Women of Owu, and their tactics of subversion.
Co-directed by: Iman Isaacs & Mwenya Kabwe
Musical direction: Babalwa Zimbini Makwetu
Cast: CTDPS 4th Final Year Acting Students Book here!
18 Oct – 20 Nov
A man steals a flat-screen TV and finds that it’s too big to fit into his getaway vehicle. A President loses his iPad while a nation looks on. A woman gives birth to 10 invisible babies. These are indeed the days of our South African lives.
Stand-up comedian Marc Lottering tackles these and other outrageously true stories in his new comedy show LOOT! You will also hear Marc’s take on his tricky journey with Covid. LOOT! features Marc’s new stand-up material, with no characters, and runs for 75 minutes. Not suitable for children.
The Gift Fair
3 – 7 Nov The Constantia Gift Fair is a lifestyle event full of inspirational ideas and hand-picked innovative products – a celebration of gifts with a difference. It is their vision to create a beautiful shopping experience. A memorable experience; one that talks. It is an inspiring and creative space; a space to shop for oneself and others, a space to linger awhile and enjoy scrumptious food and wine, a space for children to play, a beautiful space.
There are fabulous home and garden accessories, stunning fashion items, and gorgeous must-have gifts.
The deli section is an extravaganza of delicious and exotic food gifts.
Come and sample superb food and drink, soak up the magical atmosphere, let your children have a ball in our kiddies’ play area and enjoy a sensational shopping experience with friends and family.
|SACM Concerts |
29 Oct 6.30pm: African Music Concert – featuring the UCT Ibuyambo Orchestra
2 Nov 6.30pm: UCT Symphony Orchestra (Conductor: Brandon Phillips)
9 – 11 Nov: Chamber Music (TBC)
16 Nov 6.30pm: The 20th Schock Foundation Prize for Singing Competition
23 Nov 6.30 pm: The Laura Searle Prize for Piano Concerto Playing
|For block bookings please contact: Leon van Zyl on firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Please support The Baxter’s drive towards financial sustainability, by buying us a cup of coffee for only R30 per month. You can also choose your amount or donate yearly. Buy a Cup of Coffee|
http://www.baxter.co.za/ Visit the website for bookings and many more.