During the month of May, Emperors Palace will be offering only the best in family entertainment, so you can spend some quality time with your loved ones. From a beloved fairytale retold at the Theatre of Marcellus to a festival offering visitors a sensory delight, there is certainly something to thrill both young and old.
Sneeuwitjie – Fun For The Whole Family
The famous fairytale comes to life as a brand new Afrikaans pantomime, on stage at the Theatre of Marcellus. Fresh on the heels of the sensational Aspoestertjie (Cinderella), Sneeuwitjie promises to be a highlight of Afrikaans theatre this year. The production boasts big names in the South African entertainment industry, both on and off the stage. The talented Nadine stars as the beautiful Snow White and legendary Angela Kilian embodies the evil Queen! Reynard Slabbert takes the leap from TV to join the cast as the knightly Prince, while comedy favourites Tiaan Rautenbach and Clint Lesch add sparkling wit and humour to the delight of kids and grown-ups alike!
Venue: Theatre of Marcellus, Emperors Palace
Date: 06 May 2016 to 12 June 2016
Cost: From R150 per person. Tickets are available through Computicket or through the Emperors Palace Box Office. Pensioner and group discounts apply.
A Sensory Delight at the Family, Food and Fragrance Festival!
Experience a sensory extraordinaire at the first annual Family, Food and Fragrance Festival taking place in the gardens of the D’oreale Grande Hotel at Emperors Palace. This unique fusion of flavours and fragrances will allow visitors to enjoy delectable tasters from top foodies, local wineries and breweries, as well as samples of enchanting perfumes. Visitors can indulge their taste buds with signature dishes and appetizers from some of the most popular chefs and food chains.
Sarah Graham, the well-known food blogger, author and TV host, will entertain visitors with a one-hour interactive cooking class in the Chef’s Theatre on 07 May at 15:30 and on 08 May at 11:30 and 15:00. Each cooking class will be followed by a 30-minute book signing and photograph session. Tickets for the cooking classes are R350 per person and can be booked by contacting Michelle on 078 294 9282 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The festival also includes exclusive concepts like aroma theatres, scent tunnels and hunts. Visitors will be able to experiment and blend their own fragrant diffusers and perfumes. In addition to the live entertainment from Kyle Deutch, there will be fun play areas including game stalls and rides for the kids. And in celebration of Mother’s Day, there will also be beauty treatments, trinkets and treats just for mom.
Venue: D’oreale Grande Hotel, Emperors Palace
Date: 07 and 08 May 2016
Cost: Entrance tickets can be booked through Computicket at just R80 for adults, R20 for children under 12 and free to kids under three.
For more information
For more information about Emperors Palace and a complete list of shows and events that will be taking place throughout May, call (011) 928 1000 or visit their Entertainment page at www.emperorspalace.com.