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Alexander Theatre


Named after the late talented actress, director, teacher of speech and drama and founder of the Johannesburg Repertory Players (JRP) Muriel Alexander, The Alexander Theatre first opened its doors in 1951. The idea for the Theatre was born in 1929 by...

Alliance Francaise

Arts & Culture

As a Non Profit Organisation the Alliance Franse network is autonomous with cultural institutions dedicated to the promotion of French language and culture. Established in South Africa since 1936 and supported by the ministry of Foreign Affairs, the ...

Artist Proof Studio

Arts & Culture

The APS Gallery showcases the work of students and graduates, as well as other APS-affiliated printmakers, by exhibiting and promoting prints and offering opportunities for emerging artists to market their work. The curators and gallery staff offe...


Arts & Culture

Art events company based at the Kliprivier Nature Reserve. ArtMatters-zone uses art in an engaging and challenginging way yet in a relaxed, fun and playful environment. Absolultely no previous art experience needed....

Bag Factory

Arts & Culture

One of Joburgs leading visual arts organisations, the Bag Factory has been alive and kicking since 1991, when the space was set up to provide studios for artists mainly black artists, who at that stage, had very little access to networks and resource...

Barnyard Theatre, Cresta


In 1996 the first Barnyard Theatre was opened by the Mr family on a dairy farm just outside Plettenberg Bay. Louis and Sybel had both been involved in the performing arts most of their lives, Louis as co-founder and producer of amongst others, Carte...

Foxwood Theatre


The Foxwood House Garden of Fame was started in December 2006 to celebrate South African artists and achievers.Last year, five women joined the ranks of South Africans honoured in the Garden of Fame. Bryan Habana, Marius Weyers, Nataniel, Shaleen Sur...

Globe Theatre


Johannesburg's original Globe Theatre opened in the early 1890's. Later renamed the Empire Palace of Varieties, it hosted the first moving picture shows in South Africa. In 1907, Gandhi launched his campaign of "passive resistance" at the Empire P...

Goethe-Institut Johannesburg

Arts & Culture

The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with a global reach.

We promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. We convey a comprehensive picture of Ger...

Joburg Theatre


The Joburg Theatre is Africa’s premiere home of live entertainment, presenting world-class international and home-grown theatre. With three theatres, a News Café, 8 function rooms for private dining or corporate functions, dance studios and Space ...

Liberty Theatre


A popular and unique venue. The varied and acclaimed productions in this 200-seater adds a vibrant dimension to the entertainment industry, and to the cultural enrichment of all. Regular youth theatre training programmes.


Linder Auditorium


The University of the Witwatersrand’s Education Campus, situated at 27 St Andrew’s Road in Parktown, is known to far more people than those who teach and learn at this institution. The campus is home to the Linder Auditorium, the Space Frame Foyer...

Lyric Theatre


The Lyric Theatre website extends to you the same warm welcome that you will receive when you visit our theatre.

This luxuriously styled 1100-seat theatre is reminiscent of the opulence of the world's great opera houses with its plush fitti...

Market Photo Workshop

Arts & Culture

The Market Photo Workshop was started by world-renowned photographer David Goldblatt in the late eighties. At the outset, the aim was to provide visual literacy and practical training to young photographers who were excluded from formal training i...

Market Theatre


The Market Theatre, founded in Johannesburg in 1976 by Mannie Manim and the late Barney Simon, was constructed out of Johannesburg’s Indian Fruit Market - built in 1913. The theatre went on to become internationally renowned as South Africa’s “The...

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