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Galya beating the African beat - Cape Town

Galya beating the African beat

The Drum Cafe: African Beat

The authentic African flavour of the Drum cafe creates the perfect atmosphere in which to experience a taste of Africa, not to merely witness, but to partake. The drum circle is a true reflection of how in traditional African settings, there is no longer an audience, each person gets their own djembe drum, and after a brief lesson on how to drum, beginners will, in no time be drumming fluently with our regular more advanced drummers. You will then become a part of the powerful rhythm of the drum circle. People from all walks of life, all cultures and all ages, up to 200 people drumming together, making music. Its great fun and a fantastic way to relieve stress.

Dress Code: Anything goes

Address: . 32 Glynn Str, Gardens Cape town

Directions: Just above Roeland Street

Theme: Other

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated May 31, 2004
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Clubbing: Long Street

Although Cape Town's CBD generally shut's down at night, Long Street is where it all happens. There are numerous clubs and pubs that remain open till the early hours of the morning.

Dress Code: Varies from place to place but generally casual

Address: Long Street Cape Town

Theme: Nightclub

Review Helpfulness: 4 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Nov 21, 2003
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