What’s on in Gauteng: 28 September to 4 October 2018

Are you in Gauteng this week? If so, spend some time with the family having fun at a baby show where you'll meet Baby Sense author Meg Faure; or visit a festival where the children will get to dance with the fairies. Have a look at where it's all happening ...

BANTU

Bantu
(Image: Joburg Theatre)

Until 5 October

Get your tickets to see BANTU, showing at the Joburg Theatre until 5 October 2018.

The play is an empowering combination of song and passionate performances that will inspire audiences young and old as it brings to the stage artistic reflections on the life of anti-apartheid activist Steve Bantu Biko and his remarkable legacy.

Tickets are available from R150. It's a show not to be missed.

The Goliath Comedy Road Trip

28 September

The Goliath Comedy Road Trip is coming to Carnival City Casino and Entertainment World in Brakpan, Ekurhuleni, on 28 September 2018.

The show is a fresh and honest approach to stand-up comedy, loaded with funny storytelling and views on current affairs that will crack you up. Tickets cost between R100 and R120 per person. Don't miss it.

The Wedding Expo Johannesburg

29 and 30 September

Attend The Wedding Expo Johannesburg, taking place at Carnival City Casino and Entertainment World in Brakpan, Ekurhuleni, on 29 and 30 September 2018.

You can look forward to getting new decor ideas for venues; seeing fashion shows; tasting some cake; and enjoying the special promotions and giveaways on offer.

Tickets cost R80 per person, and R30 for kids between the ages of two and 10.

Mermaids, Pirates and Unicorns festival

29 September

The Mermaids, Pirates and Unicorns festival takes place at In The Forest Venue, 2 Aloe Ridge Drive, Walkerville, Sedibeng, on 29 September 2018 from 9.30am until 4pm.

Children will get to dance with fairies, play in the water with mermaids and watch pirates walk the plank. The kids will also get the chance to blow hundreds of bubbles to call the majestic unicorn that only appears once a year.

Tickets cost R30 for kids aged between three and 12, and R80 for adults.