Fun activities to help beat the back-to-reality blues

Nina Hastie’s one woman stand up comedy show. Photo sourced from
Nina Hastie’s one woman stand up comedy show. Photo sourced from

With festive delusions well behind us, and reality slowly kicking in, Moroetsana Serame selects events around the country to help us cope with January.



Nina Hastie: Thuma Nina

Pop Art Theatre 286 Fox street,City and Suburban

January 12, 3:30pm; 8pm

R120 at; R140 at the gate

A one-woman stand up comedy show, written and performed by Nina Hastie detailing how Nina navigates through her life and democracy in South Africa while managing to step on everyone’s toes despite her best intentions.


Pantone Sundays

Razor Charlie, Kramerville (Johannesburg) and Rooftop on Bree, (Cape Town)

January 12, 4-10 pm

R150 at

A colour themed fashion party pop-up with a photo booth for those great insta-worthy snaps. Enjoy a delicious complimentary cocktail from SKYY Vodka upon arrival and music ranging from deep house, bossa nova, rnb, funk and hip-hop from local dj’s.



Sundaze: House Sessions


Tiger’s Milk, Suncoast Casino Hotels and Entertainment

January 12, 3pm

Free Entry

Summer Sundays are set to be a vibe. Kicking off this year presented by Ameeth Shah and DJ Carly O. The happy hour special is from 5pm to 7pm. Get 2 for 1 on selected beer, wine and cocktails. T’s & C’s apply.



Green and Vegan pop-up dining

4 Clydebank Road, Green Point

January 18, 7pm - 10:30pm

R399 at

Patrick and Karen took a leap of faith and opened a Vegan Pop Up Dining Experience at their cozy home in Green Point Village, Cape Town. The couple are passionate about refining and improving the quality of vegan food and have the accolades to prove it including vegan cooking courses in Europe. The venue is not licensed so guests are requested to bring their own wine/beer or beverage of choice. No corkage is charged.

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