Tuesdays from 5 May to 9 June at 6:30 pm
Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel
Can you think of a more wholesome way to spend an evening than combining delicious food, live theatre and heart-warming music from down memory lane?
The Summer of 1946, written by well-known author Alexander McCall Smith, and directed by the acclaimed Nicholas Ellenbogen, is set around the lives of a rag-tag team of wanderers making their way back home after the war. Landing up on the shores of Cape Town, they make their way to ‘the Nellie’, sharing songs and hearty anecdotes over pints of beer. A nostalgic feel-good play, The Summer of 1946 promises a night filled with captivating performances at the iconic Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel.
This is dinner theatre at its best, with a three-course meal prepared by chef Rudi Liebenberg, starting with delectable canapés and a glass of bubbly at the Planet Restaurant’s Conservatory Bar.
Where Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, 76 Orange Street, Gardens, Gardens
When Tuesdays from 5 May to 9 June 2015 at 6:30 pm
Cost R450 pp (includes dinner and the show)
Contact +27 21 483 1948, [email protected]