Great fashion, films and fun – we’ve got it all in this week’s GLAMOUR guides! See our round-up of what’s hot and happening here.
1 Share the love
Fashion Breed’s Aqeelah Harron-Ally will be hosting her second Fashion Breed & Friends Charity Sale on 2 December at The Palm, in Woodstock, Cape Town. For just R25, you’ll have access to over 200 fashion and beauty products, both new and gently worn, for the ultimate in retail therapy. And to sweeten the deal, a percentage of all sales will be donated to Muslim Hands NGO to facilitate the building of a well for an African community in need. A sanitary towel drive will also take place, so be sure to bring some along to donate to the cause and do your bit for girl power!
2 Kick off your festive season with some major music fun
The popular musical Rock of Ages is taking to the stage at Gold Reef City until 10 December. So if you want to let your hair down and rock out, this high-energy, feel good show is the perfect way to do so. Book your tickets at goldreefcity.co.za and keep rock alive!
3 Support local this December
The latest offering from our local film industry, She Is King, takes you on the journey of Khanyisile, played by Gugu Zulu, a talented singer, dancer and actress trying to make it big. With a star-studded cast including Khanyi Mbau, Khabonina Qubeka and more, it’s sure to keep you entertained from start to finish. Book your tickets from 1 December onwards and make sure you don’t miss out.
4 First Thursdays with a twist
Love exploring the Mother City on First Thursdays? Then you’ll appreciate this new spin on an old favourite! From 2 November onwards, the Cocoon nightclub will be screening old-time move classics in a lounge setting, starting with The Grand Budapest Hotel. Book your seat for R180 and you’ll reserve your entry to the movie, plus you’ll get a complimentary G&T, popcorn, Mediterranean delicacies, cheese and tapas, and entry into the Cocoon after-party as well. Visit quicket.co.za and get in on all the First Thursday action as soon as possible.
5 Enjoy some golden local laughs
Everyone knows Marc Lottering’s Aunty Merle – and now you’ll get to know her even better in Aunty Merle, The Musical at the Baxter Theatre from 30 November to 13 January. Ticket prices range from R100 – R135 and R260 on New Year’s Eve, and are available at Computicket, Checkers and Shoprite outlets. It’s laugh-a-minute entertainment you won’t want to miss out on!
Out of the loop? Take a look at last week’s GLAMOUR Guides.