SA Insider Guide: Cheers to a great weekend in PE

2017-05-19 21:26
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Port Elizabeth is banging with great fun and entertainment that you do not wan to miss out on. Check out Sifiso Nene's Baby Mama Drama stand-up comedy show at the Boardwalk or kick with the squad and enjoy great food and drinks at Life is Grape. 

What will you get up to this weekend 26 to 28 May?

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Friday, 26 May

SEE: Sifiso Nene brings the next installment of "Baby Mama Drama" at the Boardwalk and tickets cost R150 per person at Computicket.

DO: Party like it's 1980 at St Dominic's Priory School's Priory Fair 80's Disco Night starting at 19:00. R50 at the door gets you in.

TASTE: For finger licking good ribs, try Cubata Restaurant.

EXPLORE: Take the whole family and explore Night at The Museum 4 Bay World taking place until Sunday, 27 May from  15:30 - 20:00. Cost R30 and free to children of 2-years and under.

Saturday, 27 May

SEE: See SA's multi-talented beauty, Leandi Du Randt, alongside Afrikaans songstress Irene-Louise van Wyk, for a one-night only show at the Sun Boardwalk Amphitheatre. Show starts at 19:30 and tickets cost R140.

DO: Make your way to The Music Kitchen and catch the third Music Trivia event starting at 19:00 'til late and R75.00 gets you in.

TASTE: Lamb spit, rhebokskloof wine tasting and poison craft beer tasting at Life is Grape starting at 14:00. R155 per person.

EXPLORE: Sports fanatics, check out the Big O trail running event at night out at Hopewell Conservation Estate.

Sunday, 28 May

SEE: For a Sunday chill, check out the Bay Fashion Sunday taking place at Werk in the Valley, starting at 14:00

DO:  Sing along to timeless songs of Annie Oakley and more at the Annie Get Your Gun music festival taking place at The Savoy Theatre. R80 get's you in.

TASTE: PE's first Supper Club pop-up restaurant in collaboration with Harald's and Marina Sea Salt starting at 16:00 and R400 grants you access.

EXPLORE: See NMMU symphony orchestra charity concert in aid of Aurora Special Care Centre taking place at NMMU South Campus Auditorium from 15:00 and tickets are R 50.00 for adults and R 30.00 for pensioners, scholars and students.

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