View Opperman’s works at the expanded gallery until 30 August
Celebrate Diversity and Creativity at The Rainbow Friendly Festival
Network, mingle and enjoy a free workshop, live performances, DJs, stalls, showcases, music food, and plenty of creativity
Now in its second year, the Rainbow Friendly Festival (RFF) promotes gender, racial, and social equality. RFF celebrates everything LGBTQI+ and an ever-growing diversity of people from all walks of life. The festival takes place over two days.
FREE WORKSHOP ON FRIDAY
On Friday 26 October, Shadow Marketing Consultants, a self-made marketing agency that empowers upcoming brands and individuals, will be running a free business workshop under the theme “21st Century Creatives”. The workshop takes place at Once In Cape Town at 6 pm. There will be complimentary finger foods by Chef Cola and various showcases and performances.
THE EVENT ON SATURDAY
RFF hosts an array of performing artists and creatives from various artistic disciplines, including singers, artists, models, poets, designers, visual artists and more. RFF 2018 presents a line-up of 21 international and local creatives on Saturday 27 October 2018 at Uncut Restaurant & Club in Long Street. This is a chance to network and mingle while enjoying performance, creativity, music and food. There will be live performances, DJs, stalls, showcases and more.
Uncut is a club, restaurant and bar located at 158 Long Street, the inner-city hub of excitement. It’s the perfect place to have a drink, grab some food and dance until the early hours of the morning. The youngest-run establishment of its kind in Cape Town, Uncut is owned and run by a collection of DJs, promoters and chefs who wanted to provide a youthful service that attracts the highest calibre clientele.
TICKETS FOR THE RAINBOW FRIENDLY FESTIVAL 2018
Ticket prices range from R150 for general tickets to R250 for VIP. Special rates for students and early bird specials apply. You can register and buy tickets at Quicket.
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