All Suid-Afrikaanse Teaters

  • Wits Theatre

    The Wits Theatre complex first opened its doors in July 1983. Ten years before that, the plan for the theatre was first announced. In the intervening years money was raised from the public and private sectors and the complex cost in the region of R5 million. The Schools of Dramatic Read more [...]

  • Windybrow Theatre

    Windybrow Centre for The Arts (commonly known as Windybrow Theatre) has over the years become synonymous with showcasing African theatrical content. The Windybrow Theatre is undergoing major renovations to the theatre and heritage house. After careful consideration and consultation, activities at the Windybrow Theatre have been temporarily suspended to allow Read more [...]

  • Victory Theatre

    The Victory Theatre is one of Johannesburg’s oldest heritage theatres. This theatre offers it’s venue for Confrences, Weddings, Social Gatherings, and Church Gatherings to host productions and functions at the theatre. The venue is also available for product launches, end of year functions, private functions.

  • University of Joburg Theatre

    Joburg Theatre is a world-class Theatre for a world-class City! With three theatres, a News Café, 8 function rooms for private dining or corporate functions, dance studios and (a facility within the theatre complex for the achievement of community development goals), the Joburg Theatre is a exciting, bustling venue Read more [...]

  • Theatre on the Bay

    Pieter Toerien – Producer His first foray into show business was at the age of 17 and for the first 10 years of his career he brought many legendary stars to South Africa. Hanging in his office is a commanding charcoal portrait inscribed: To Pieter, with my love and deep Read more [...]

  • Theatre Arts Admin Collective

    Built on the tenets of affordability, inclusivity and accessibility, the Theatre Arts Admin Collective is a home for local theatre practitioners – a place where they can create work, develop skills, perform, engage in dialogue and meet and work with theatre practitioners who come from diverse backgrounds, whether cultural, social, Read more [...]

  • The Playhouse

    Durban’s Playhouse complex links the city’s present with its past. The current theatre facade preserves two of the city’s most famous landmarks, situated adjacent to each other in central Smith Street opposite the City Hall, first conceived as cinemas, namely the glamorous Prince’s Theatre, which originated in 1926, and the Read more [...]

  • Staatsteater / State Theatre

    VISION The South African State Theatre is a national flagship that facilitates the arts and entertainment and encourages diverse cultural provision; we seek to play a unique and vital role in the cultural life of the Nation, the Province of Gauteng and the City of Tshwane. MISSION The South African Read more [...]

  • Soweto Theatre

    The Soweto Theatre is the cultural heartbeat of Jabulani Soweto; it is more than a theatre – there will be several performance spaces, parkland, public art and other amenities. Dedicated to the arts, it is here that the community will be able to find expression. It will be a multipurpose Read more [...]


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