'Chocolat' and Dinner

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'Chocolat' and Dinner


Da Capo! on Greenmarket Square presents a screening of Chocolat tonight from 7pm as part of its cinema classico programme. The evening includes the film and dinner for R85. Call 021 423 1234.

The One & Only at the V&A Waterfront will hold a DJ Marathon Night at the Vista Lounge and Bar on Thursday from 6pm to 12am. The lineup includes Miss H at 6pm, Richard Marshall at 7pm, Tony Finger at 8pm, Craig de Souza and Melanie Scholtz at 9pm, Erefaan Pearce at 10pm and Dino Moran at 11pm. A range of cocktails will be on offer. The dress code is glitzy and glamorous.

Real Heroes, an exhibition of black and white photography by Clint Strydom, will show at Bell-Roberts Gallery in Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, until Saturday. Strydom spends a lot of time in the rural areas of KwaZulu-Natal where soccer plays a large role in the lives of the people. Call 021 465 9108.

Catu in Burg Street will present a programme of live music on Saturdays in association with MyMusicMatrix. Nate Maingard and the Really Bad Actors will perform on Saturday and Ripcord on June 27.

Afrikaans singer Juanita du Pless-is will perform at GrandWest's Grand Arena on Saturday at 8pm. Call Computicket at 083 915 8000.

There will be a Sizzling Salon tango performance at the Albert Hall in Woodstock on Saturday at 9pm with music by Sylvia and the Cape Town Tango Ensemble. There will be a free tango lesson before the salon. Call 083 626 2484.

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