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Squirrels, Nature, Reflection: The Company's Garden Restaurant

I love nature. And nature in the middle of a busy city is even better. Though Cape Town’s “central park” isn’t quite as extravagant as New York’s little garden, it certainly does have its special charms – wonderful walkways, a rose garden, herb garden, aviary, and an army of fluffy squirrels. 355 more words

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Dinner Theatre...Only Better in After Forever

Over the past couple of years Madame Zingara has become a kind of a ‘diary event’. Friends call each other to make group bookings so they can share in the splendour together, couples treat themselves to a night on the town or birthday celebrations are planned around the dates that the… 838 more words

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Haarlem and Hope- Company's gardens

Haarlem and Hope in the company’s gardens has been open for roughly two weeks and is already attracting a steady stream of zingara enthusiasts because let’s be honest, the Madam and her team just know how and this is the latest treasure to be hoarded. 134 more words

Feeling Hip at Café Manhattan

The wonderful thing about the Madame Zingara group of restaurants is that they’re all a little crazy – and that’s a great thing! Stepping into one of their restaurants is like stepping into a museum filled with the most amazing assortment of goodies and hidden treasures, gems that make you smile and giggle and think back to your past and look forward to your future. 388 more words


When the Circus came to Town

In 2008 we got to go to Madame Zingara‘s Theatre of Dreams in Durban, South Africa.  A unique supper theater spectacular that is housed in one of the last remaining Mirror Tents in the world; a magnificent tent named “Victoria” that has a 25 metre velvet top, mirrored columns, velvet drapes and beveled booths; and has travelled around the globe for the last 80 years!   1,033 more words


Madame Zingara: Theatre of Dreams

“Television is merely furniture. Cinema is art. But theatre? Theatre is life.” – Anonymous.

Theatre doesn’t last. Only in people’s memories and in their hearts. That’s the beauty and sadness of it.

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