Artscape Theatre Centre
A combination of world-class theatre productions, high-tech sets and locally made period and modern costumes are what makes the Artscape Theatre Centre stand out as an iconic cultural beacon.
The imposing, dramatic building, located on the Foreshore, has been part of Cape Town's skyline since 1971 and was formerly known as the Nico Malan Theatre. It was renamed Artscape in 2001.
Owned by the Provincial Government of the Western Cape, the venue is used for a range of productions, including ballet, opera and performances by the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra. There is a full-service bar and restaurant on the premises.
It has a 1 187-seater opera house and a 540-seater theatre. There is also a 120-seater arena and a 100-seater cabaret venue.
Newlands Brewery is the oldest operating brewery in South Africa. Originally called the Mariendahl Brewery, and later the Ohlssons Cape Brewery, it was founded on its current site in 1820 and has established a brewing tradition of quality and excellence that still continues.
The Amphitheatre located at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town is a good spot for live entertainment from concerts to creative workshops and puppet shows.
The Cape Town International Convention Centre is the ideal venue for conferences, exhibitions, trade shows, concerts and other big events. The centre takes up 6.1ha on the city’s Foreshore and is within easy reach of the V&A Waterfront, major hotels and the rest of the city centre.
The Baxter Theatre Centre is situated in Rondebosch, in the Southern Suburbs, and is one of the pre-eminent theatres of the Cape Town social and cultural scene.
The Baxter hosts and produces local and international groundbreaking and award-winning shows. Annual events like the Nando’s Festival, the Vodacom Funny Festival and the Baxter Dance Festival are very popular, as well as classical music concerts, dance, music, drama, ballet, opera and live and intimate theatre. The Baxter’s offerings are diverse.
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