• PANSA Studio

    PANSA is a national network of individuals, NGOs, service providers and mainstream institutions that are engaged in the practice or support of the performing arts in all forms – dance, music, theatre, opera, musical theatre.

  • Spier Amphitheatre

    Spier Amphitheatre is located in the lush grounds of Spier wine estate in Stellenbosch.

  • Guga S’thebe

    Established in 1926, the Guga S’Thebe Arts and Cultural Centre is the focal point for cultural improvement and empowerment of Langa. Langa township is one of the oldest townships in South Africa and the cultural centre is equipped with an amphitheatre, conference room, meeting rooms, exhibition areas, art studios, a resource centre, an Internet café and also a Cape Town Tourism Visitor Centre.

  • Cape Town City Hall

    Cape Town’s City Hall was built in 1905 in Italian Renaissance style, and is one of the last Victorian-style sandstone structures in the Mother City. Despite showing its age, Cape Town’s iconic City Hall continues to be sought out by urban explorers.

  • Alexander Bar, Bar and Cafe

    Alexan­der Bar attracts a mixed crowd of inter­est­ing locals young and old as well as a smat­ter­ing of tourists from the neigh­bour­ing hotels. The bar is filled with old-world charm and is engi­neered to get peo­ple talk­ing. The func­tion­ing antique rotary dial tele­phone sys­tem encour­ages you to chat to peo­ple all over the bar. And you can also dial 9 to ring the bar­tender. The menu is fairly priced and there’s some­thing to eat and drink whether you’re on a stu­dent bud­get or feel like splash­ing out.

  • Galloway Theatre

    Keith and Delia established a part and full time College in 1978, in JHB in the Carlton Center under the name of Dance Workshop. The College expanded and moved to Rosebank in 1986 and relocated to Cape Town in 1992 under the new name of ‘The Waterfront Theatre School’Overlooking Cape Town’s prestigious V&A Waterfront. The College now has nine studios, 3 private lesson rooms, 3 costume stores, a canteen, an extensive workshop and serviced accomodation for 20 full-time students. There is a resident staff of 13 teachers,plus guest teachers. All teachers and lecturers are fully internationally qualified and the courses are registered through the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing, London and Trinity Guildhall of London. This insures that all qualifications issued by the Waterfront Theatre School and College are transferable and recognised world wide.

  • V&A Waterfront

    The V&A Waterfront boasts over 450 retail outlets, a vast selection of eateries, an aquarium, boat and helicopter charters and art & craft markets.  Add to this festive street entertainers, an exciting line-up of events, exhilarating leisure attractions, a vast range of accommodation options and you will understand why the V&A Waterfront remains SA’s premier tourist destination and the ultimate place to live, work, shop and play.