Watercolour + Wine Night: An Enchanting Evening of Art and Wine in Cape Town

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Step into a world where creativity meets relaxation, guided by acclaimed artist Dayna-Gay Tate at The Ladder on 136 Bree St, City Centre.

Discover the Art of Watercolour Painting in a Fun and Engaging Setting

On 19 May, The Ladder invites you to a mesmerizing event – Watercolour + Wine Night – a delightful fusion of art, wine, and laughter. Hosted by renowned local artist Dayna-Gay Tate, this enchanting evening offers an opportunity to explore the captivating world of watercolor painting, all while savoring the finest wines in a vibrant, joyful atmosphere. With non-alcoholic options, participants can indulge their senses and creative spirit in this delightful artistic endeavor.

The event, set in a beautiful space adorned with vivid hues, promises a light-hearted introduction to watercolor painting. While not a formal art lesson or workshop, Dayna-Gay Tate will provide a brief demonstration, teaching aids, inspirational images, and guidance throughout the evening. With her expertise and passion for art, even first-time painters will immerse themselves in a world of colors and creativity.

Savor the Finest Wines in a Playful and Relaxed Setting

Watercolour + Wine Night is not just about the art; the focus is on creating a memorable experience. The event emphasizes appreciating the unique local wines and allowing creativity to flourish in a relaxed, playful environment. Although the restaurant will be closed during the event, a light snack will be provided. Attendees are also welcome to bring their own snacks to enjoy as they paint and mingle with fellow art enthusiasts.

Nourish Your Soul and Satisfy Your Taste Buds

Prepare for an extraordinary night of painting, wine, and laughter. The Ladder’s Watercolour + Wine Night promises to be an unforgettable experience that nourishes both your soul and your taste buds. Don’t miss out on this enchanting evening.


  • Location: The Ladder, 136 Bree St, City Centre, Cape Town
  • Date: Friday, 19 May
  • Time: 6:30pm
  • Tickets: quicket.co.za

In Summary

Watercolour + Wine Night offers a unique and captivating experience for those looking to explore their creative side in a fun and engaging environment. The combination of art and wine creates an atmosphere that is both relaxing and inspiring, making it a perfect evening for anyone seeking a break from the stresses of daily life. Whether you are an experienced artist or a complete beginner, this event promises to be an enchanting evening that will leave you feeling refreshed and inspired.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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