Celebrate proudly-local, SA-centric screenings at The Galileo this March!


With March well underway and a few public holidays on the horizon, The Galileo Open Air Cinema will be screening a host of themed, proudly South African movies to kickstart the Human Rights Day long weekend.

Take your pick from SA-centric flicks and firm favourites like ‘Keeping Up With The Kandasamys’, ‘Jock Of The Bushveld’ and ‘Invictus’, screening at Cape Town’s most loved outdoor venues and roaming wine farms within the Winelands.


In a first for The Galileo, we nod to all the producers, movie makers, actors and supreme creative talent that knows no bounds in SA. Human Rights Day celebrates the Commission created to promote respect, protection and development of human rights and the cornerstone of democracy in South Africa. Local movies that cater to all – a great way to celebrate how far we’ve come and all that our inspiring ‘rainbow nation’ represents.

Ideal for families wanting to spend quality time together outdoors or the perfect answer to your date night, consider your long weekend plans sorted and book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Movie details:

Thursday, 17 March: Keeping Up with the Kandasamys at Kirstenbosch, Newlands
Friday, 18 March: Jock Of The Bushveld at Central Park, Century City
Saturday, 19 March: Invictus at Rhebokskloof Wine Estate, Paarl

Tickets are R109 – R195 pp. Pack a picnic or purchase from the artisanal food market.
Visit https://thegalileo.co.za/movies/ to book your tickets.

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