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  1. Artscape Theatre
  2. The Artscape Theatre Centre, which belongs to the provincial administration, was opened on 19 May 1971 as the Nico Malan Theatre Centre. In line with the new South African political dispensation and the concurrent changes the complex was renamed to Artscape in March 2001.

  3. Baxter Theatre
  4. The Baxter Theatre Centre provides an exciting forum for the celebration of life which is the essence of live theatre, music and dance. It is one of the major live theatre venues in Cape Town and has always been at the forefront of the performing arts both as a popular venue and as a leading producer.

  5. Evita se Perron
  6. Evita se Perron, the theatre of South Africa's leading satirist, Pieter Dirk Uys, or is it Evita Bezuidenhout?

  7. Kalk Bay Theatre
  8. The Kalk Bay Theatre (KBT) is a 78-seater theatre located at 52 Main Road, Kalk Bay in the old Kalk Bay DR church, built in 1876 and is a heritage protected building.The building has been lovingly converted into an intimate theatre with a bar area serving light meals, snacks and drinks on the upper floor. KBT offers a unique night of entertainment. Theatre, sustenance and quality time with friends all under the same roof.

  9. Magnet Theatre
  10. Magnet Theatre was formed in 1987 to produce Jennie Reznek's first one-person performance, CHEAP FLIGHTS. It re-emerged in 1991 to produce THE SHOW'S NOT OVER 'TIL THE FAT LADY SINGS in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Grahamstown, Pietermaritzburg, Windhoek, London, Brighton, Manchester, Glastonbury, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Hong Kong and Stockholm.

  11. Maynardville Open Air Theatre
  12. The Maynardville Open-Air Theatre is situated in Maynardville Park, Wynberg. The spectacular green wooded park has earned it the reputation for is one of the best-loved outdoor theatre venues in the Cape Region. It offers its patrons both a 500m2 wooded park for pre-show picnics and drinks, as well as a unique wooded 720-seater theatre setting. Most famous for the annual Shakespeare-in-the-Park, it has, over the last 50 years attracted an average attendance of 20 000 patrons per year, a strong focus of which is the Schools in the Western Cape. The Shakespeare sees up to 8000 scholars, grade 9 to 12 from as far afield as Heidelberg.

  13. Milnerton Players
  14. There is always something happening at the Playhouse - and not only for actors and actresses: we are always in need of help with set-building, lighting, sound, costumes, front of house duties and assistance at the bar.

    We stage major productions several times a year, and host visiting performers or other societies from time to time.

  15. Obz Café Theatre
  16. Obz Café Restaurant and Theatre, an iconic feature of the bohemian suburb of Observatory, a platform for encouraging the Theatre and Arts Industry to meet, engage in cultural exchanges, and make new friends. Time spent in the Café be it over coffee, a delicious cocktail, hot soup or one of our daily specials is sure to be a memorable experience for all.

  17. On Broadway
  18. On Broadway, dinner theatre with a difference. Comedy, music and much more! Join us for dinner or just for drinks.

  19. The Fugard Theatre
  20. The 280-seater Fugard Theatre is located within the historic Sacks Futeran building in Cape Town’s District Six, with the renovated Congregational Church Hall in Caledon Street as its entrance. Construction of The Fugard Theatre was underwritten by its founding producer Eric Abraham, and is named in honour of Athol Fugard, South Africa’s greatest playwright.

  21. The Masque Theatre
  22. In 1957 local attorney, Bertie Stern, Chairman of the South Peninsula Dramatic Society purchased the land that now houses the Masque Theatre..... Not by any means as it now stands, but rather as a totally derelict building with no roof and four walls that was previously a bowling alley! With the help of friends, the hard grind of do-it-yourself construction began, and finally when the building was finished, the struggle with the powers-that-be for permission to operate a theatre in a residential area , especially as Bertie insisted it was multi-racial in what was then a non-multi-racial society, would take another two years!

  23. The Theatre on the Bay
  24. Pieter Toerien's Theatre on the Bay offers a good mix of local and international drama, musicals, comedy, cabaret, music and dance.

    Not only does this intimate theatre host the best shows in town, it is also home to the Act I Theatre Café. This fabulous restaurant is open for dinner both before and after the show, and the small, diverse menu is changed seasonally.

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