What’s on

The Return to Love exhibition runs until Friday May 31, at Ndiza Gallery, Krystal Beach Hotel, Harbour Island, Gordon’s Bay. Each art piece is a unique manifestation of love and the human form, where the aim is to make the viewers appreciate and return to love. For more information, contact Michele at 076 228 5046.

Music at Triggerfish

Tomorrow, Thursday April 4, Doc MacLean Spook ’n Diesel will perform from 8pm to 10pm. Triggerfish is part of the roughly 50 venues across South Africa to be hosting Doc MacLeans Spook’* Diesel tour, and it will be a mostly solo, acoustic evening of songs and stories, a contemporary delta Blues adventure.

Seating is first come first serve, and tickets are R100 on Quicket. Food has to be ordered before the show starts For more information, contact Megan Soule at 021 851 5861 or visit www.triggerfishbrewing.co.za

Springbok Blues gigs

For information on Monday open mic nights, and Tuesday trivia nights, and other regular or upcoming performances at Springbok Blues Restaurant, Strand, call 021 854 7787 or 072 722 6890, or ticketsales@springbok-blues.co.za

Garden club meets

The Hottentots Holland garden club will meet on Wednesday April 10, at 9.30am for plant sales, tea and coffee, and the talk at 10am, at the Somerset West library hall. The science of plant intelligence will be presented by Andrew Jones-Phillipson. Visitors are welcome, at R20 entry. No booking is required. For more information, contact Carole at 021 851 7742 or 082 825 0508.

Oyster festival

The Diamant Estate in Paarl is holding an oyster festival, on Saturday April 6 and Sunday April 7, from 11am. There will be music, and food and drink stalls. Tickets are available on Quicket.

Email What’s on notices to bolander@inl.co.za

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