To herald in the summer, we are delighted to launch an exciting new series of outdoor concerts, called Sun-Set@Baxter, in our beautiful garden! The series kicks off with SAMA-nominated artist, Majozi, this Sunday, 28 November, followed by Matthew Mole on 19 December and Zolani Mahola, The One Who Sings, on 30 January next year. As a Black Friday Special, tickets for Majozi are now available for R150 per ticket, limited to the first 50 tickets bought.
Sun-Set@Baxter – Majozi (webtickets.co.za)
This spectacular line-up of top South African artists performing on The Baxter’s lawns is the perfect summer experience for the entire family to enjoy, so bring your outdoor blankets, cushions, and picnic baskets, while enjoying sensational music. Four different picnic basket options with or without wine can be purchased when you buy tickets online. Only alcohol purchased from The Baxter’s bar (or via Webtickets) will be allowed.
Having won the South African Music Award for pop album of the year with his third album Ghost (2019), Matthew Mole is well versed in using multiple instruments to create his hits, all of which he plays himself. His approach is to start with a melody or lyrical idea and then fill it out by recording various instruments into his works.
His latest hit, I’m with you, an indie-pop gem is a testament to why his fans have come to appreciate his eclectic approach to love songs and music in general. With a massive European tour on the cards in 2022, this will be a special treat for Cape Town audiences to catch this pop sensation before Mole jets off to expand his career among his European fanbase.
Zolani Mahola, who now goes as The One Who Sings, will perform songs from her recently released debut solo album, Thetha Mama, on 30 January 2022 at 6 pm. She is no stranger to The Baxter’s stage where, in 2019, she launched her solo career by writing and performing in her one-woman show The One Who Sings, which won her the prestigious Fleur du Cap award for Best Actress in a Musical. In 2020 she performed with Gregory Maqoma in Baxter Back on Stage.
Storyteller, the soulful singer, award-winning actress, and inspirational icon, The One Who Sings, is well-loved and respected by South Africans for unifying the country through music and bridging social, racial, and cultural divides.
Memories is a dance show performed by students from Dance Co previously known as Viv Pullin School of Dance.
Ballade of Unrequited Love
Opera singer Paulina Malefane explores the topic of unrequited love. From Bellini, to Liszt to Verdi to Gounod .
Alfred Adriaan Live
7 & 8 Dec
Comedian, Alfred Adriaan presents his new one-man show. Pappa kom Baxter Theatre toe. Limited tickets are available.
New Baxter Restaurant
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 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.
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. #BaxterCoffeeAngels — The Baxter.
COVID-19 Safety Protocols at The Baxter: What to Expect
All performances at The Baxter will be limited to a maximum number of audience members as regulated by current lockdown restrictions, with all COVID-19 protocols in place. These will include the availability of hand sanitisers at various points, temperature checks, tracking and tracing recorded when you enter the building, compulsory wearing of masks and social distancing. Patrons and audience members are advised to arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of the performance to avoid delays