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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.

Historically the Cape Performing Arts Board (CAPAB) was instituted in the early sixties of the twentieth century. The aim was to promote the performing arts. The arts councils received sufficient government subsidies to fund various art forms as well as the operational requirements of the theatre facilities.

Artscape Celebrates 20 years of Democracy

Celebrating and acknowledging our democracy Artscape is presenting a programme of events leading up to Freedom Day on Sunday 27 April 2014.

 

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Two Dance productions on the bill at Art...
Two Dance productions on the bill at Artscape Theatre in May
It’s Artscape’s vision to showcase culturally diverse productions in the theatre and these two dance productions are no different. Jhoomkaar (Lets Dance) highlights captivating dance routines showcasing a variety of Indian Classical dance, Indian Folk dance, Indian Contemporary dance, Bollywood,
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Broadening audiences to disadvantaged areas
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Want to see your ideas come to life?
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Services offered to artists involved in the arts & culture
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Training and educating students
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Embrace our youth music competition
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