The Baxter Theatre Centre is a performing arts complex in Cape Town, named for William Duncan Baxter, a former mayor of the city who left money to the University of Cape Town specifically for the construction of a theatre centre. When it opened on 1 August 1977, the Baxter Theatre Centre positioned itself as an alternative to state-funded theatre venues. Today, there are five venues in operation at the theatre centre: the Main Theatre, the Concert Hall, the Golden Arrow Studio, Flipside and the Masambe Theatre.
Musical Theatre Productions
|2019||22 Nov – 1 Feb||Aunty Merle – It’s a Girl||Musical|
|2019||11 Oct – 2 Nov||Danger in the Dark||Musical|
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