The Cape Farmhouse
Restaurant (www.capefarmhouse.co.za) has for some time now been presenting Saturday concerts showcasing our local musicians. These are outdoor events with food from the fire and a cash bar.
The venue is able to accommodate the band come rain or shine with indoor and outdoor facilities….. so come, rain or shine..!
The Cape Farmhouse is a family-run concern situated in a sheltered valley
and surrounded by old oak trees. The 250-year-old farmhouse offers a relaxing al fresco lunchtime menu specialising in the tastes,
spices and herbs of Morocco through to the Cape itself, as well as light snacks. As much of the produce as possible is gathered from
their own organic vegetable gardens.
Band is led by trombonist Jannie 'Hanepoot' van Tonder and
plays solely South
African big band jazz material including new
arrangements of 'standards' by the likes of Errol Dyers, Zakes
Nkosi, Hugh Masekela and Dollar Brand, as well as originals by
Merton Barrow, Douglas Armstrong, David Ledbetter and Hanepoot himself. You’ll hear some Cape goema and Jo'burg marabi tunes, swing and even a tango.
Directions: the Cape Farmhouse Restaurant is at the junction of the M66 and M65 at the bottom of Redhill road. You can drive to it either from the Ocean View side by going 3km past Scarborough, or by taking the Redhill road just before you enter Simonstown.
The music starts at 3pm. To book, please phone 021 780 1246. Entrance is R50, students: R40.
More info at http://www.capefarmhouse.co.za
Some other Biggish Band gigs coming up this year:
- 2 December: Obs Festival, Observatory
- 9 December: Helderberg Nature
Reserve, Somerset West
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