The 12th South African Horrorfest takes place at the Labia Theatre, Gardens until Friday. The festival features everything from moves, short films, a live move soundtrack performance, to literature, Halloween dress-up and a mini market. Tickets R45 (except for live Vampyr soundtrack performance R60). Book onhttp://www.quicket.co.za/organisers/576-southafrican-horrorfest or call 021 424 5927. See www.horrorfest. info.
A Halloween Forest Night trail run at Muratie Wine Estate, Stellenbosch starting at 7.15pm tonight with registration at 5.30pm. R140 for the 5km and R170 for the 10km. Call 021 884 4752, email email@example.com or see www.dirtopia. co.za.
FESTIVALS AND MARKETS
The Cape Town Pinotage-on-Tap festival is at Diemersfontein Wine Estate Wellington today. Guests are treated to the skills of musical director Richard Cock, who hosts the event alongside musicians Zolani Mahola, as well the Cape Town Brass Band, Jazz Trio and Wynberg Boys’ High School Steel Drum Band. Tickets R435 or R980 which includes a case of pinotage. Book at Computicket.
The SA Cocktail Week festival is held until next Sunday at participating venues around the city. Festival-goers can use their access wrist band to try signature cocktails and gain access to two main cocktail-focused parties. Tickets R190 from Computicket. See www.sacocktailweek.co.za or email info@ sacocktailweek.co.za.
A Wola Nani fundraising book sale is held from 9am to 3pm today and tomorrow at Howard Centre, Pinelands; email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 083 342 2261 or see wellread-books.com.
N2, founded by three brothers – Noel Wentzel on piano, Neugen Wentzel on bass, Adrian Wentzel on drums – with Clinton Stevens on guitar and Angie on vocals, perform at The Crypt, Wale Street from 8pm to 11pm tonight. Cover charge R85. Book on 079 683 4658 (WhatsApp or SMS) or email email@example.com
Acclaimed chromatic marimba percussionist and composer Bongani Sotshononda returns to Kwa Sec NY138 no 52 in Gugulethu to perform with his band, the United Nations of Africa at 3pm tomorrow. Tickets R60/40 for pensioners and students at the gate. Call 060 960 8935
Marie Stander’s solo exhibition, mirror, mirror on the wall, opens at Holden Manz Collection at 9am today. Guest speaker Lionel Smit opens the exhibition. Call 021 876 4402.
Catch Nik Rabinowitz in Live In Confused? at Die Boer theatre restaurant, Durbanville at 8.30pm tonight. Tickets R130. Call 021 979 1911.