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Dick or Date: A production at the Pop Art Centre
Dick or Date: A production at the Pop Art Centre Pictures:supplied

From tackling an obstacle course to treating your partner to an evening of Tamia, Phumlani S Langa has you sorted in the gig guide like no other.



Dick or Date?

POPArt Centre

February 21 to 24

R120 to R140 at

This dramedy follows the life of three different friends all in search of love and a better understanding of dating in these modern times of online connections.


Nina Simone Four Women

The Market Theatre

Until February 24

R90 to R150 at

The Market theatre and US Mission in South Africa commemorate Black History Month with the South African premiere of Nina Simone Four Women, directed by James Ngcobo. In 1963, after the bombing of a Baptist church in Alabama, US, Nina Simone shifted her career from artist to artist-activist.

Nina Simone Four Women by Christina Ham follows a group of women fuelled by self-hatred due to the shades of their skin. These matriarchs carry their songs of praise and protest to unite and cast out the demon of segregation.


Joburg Muddy Princess

Rietvlei Zoo Farm

February 17, 8am

R350 at

Test your limits with a 5km muddy obstacle course for women only, so get the girls together for this one.




DJ Kent At Lethabong

Lethabong, Ruth First Street

February 16, 3pm

R50 after 8pm. Visit the Facebook events page for more info

In my humble opinion, DJ Kent is the best deep House deejay our country has. You can put that statement to the test by checking him out at this event where he’ll curate his catalogue for your enjoyment.


United Musique Saturdays

Roadhouse Pub & Grill

February 23, 6pm

R50 to R80 (free before 6pm). Visit the Facebook events page for more info

There isn’t anything fancy going on here. Local deejays are hosting a shindig and they recommend you come along and party hard.


Yoga in the Park

Lebo’s Soweto Backpackers, Orlando West

February 23, 8.30am

R30 to R70. Visit the Facebook events page for more info

Lebo’s Soweto is hosting Yoga in the Park not too far away from their establishment. This weekly gathering will help you unwind and prepare mentally for the week ahead. Lebo’s will also serve a healthy breakfast after the session.




Tamia Live in South Africa

Sun Arena, Time Square

February 22, 7pm

R595 to R895 at

The queen of Sunday anthems is heading to South Africa. Tamia will be live, giving you a taste of all her nostalgic hits.


Gauteng Inter Provincial Figure Skating Championship 2019

The Grove Mall

February 17 and 18, 5pm

R70 at

I didn’t even know we did this in South Africa. I rather enjoy this sport, I find it amazing to watch people glide on ice supported by nothing more than a slim blade.


Picnic and Movie in the Gardens

Pretoria National Botanic Garden

February 22, 5pm for 7.30pm

R60 online, R75 at the entrance

Take the kids to the garden for a screening of the animated film, Small Foot.




Themba Shibase:Push & Pull

KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts

Until March 10

Free entrance

In his latest exhibition, this Durban-based artist explores notions of masculinity, power and violence and how they intersect.

Dinner and a Movie

The Oyster Box

February 22, 6pm

R455 at

February isn’t over just yet so you can still do the whole love thing. Dinner and a movie is as traditional as it gets but this is a tried and tested date format. Get on board with it.


Ordinary Days

Masambe Theatre

Baxter Theatre Centre

February 20 to 23, 3pm and 8pm

R120 at

A refreshing and honest musical that tells the humorous story of four youngsters who experience a small moment that has a large impact on their lives. All this transpires in the Big Apple, New York City.

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