Soweto Theatre seating capacity
Soweto’s latest addition, its vibrant theatre, is an intriguing space comprising three colourful boxes. It is already an iconic 3 000 seater building making waves in the area.
Soweto Theatre FAQ
Cnr Bolani Rd and Bolani Link, Jabulani, Soweto
Q: What are the surrounding landmarks to look out for?
Q: Which are there any restaurants close by?
Tues to Fri:- 10:00 till 15:00
Kindly note that the times stated above are general operating times and do not apply if there are any shows / activations in the theatres or the Forecourt. These times will be adjusted to accommodate all shows or activations. With regards to the operating times on Mon, Sat & Sun, should there be any shows in the theatres or forecourt, STAGES ST – will open 3 hours prior to the start of the show / activation, and close an hour after the show performance comes out.
Q: What are the coordinates?
Q: Are there card swiping facilities?
Q: How does one get updated on upcoming shows?
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Q: Who are the owners of the building?
Q: Who are the architects responsible for the buildings design?
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa
Project Architects: Clara Cruz de Almeida and Tatenda Mavunga
Company’s Owner: Laurence Chibwe
Project Team: Sergio Duarte, Tony de Oliveira
Completion: May 2012
Total Area: 5,900 sqm
Client: Johannesburg Property Company (JPC)
Q: How much did it cost to build this Theatre?
Q: When was the building established?
Q: Does the theatre only cater for plays?
Q: What are the theatre’s operating times?
Show Days/Nights: Doors usually open at 19:00 and close at 23:00. On Sundays, doors open 14:00 and close at 17:00.
Q: What are the public transport options leading to the theatre and how long do they run until?
There is a Rea Vaya drop off point on Koma Rd 200 metres from the theatre.
Inhlanzane Train Station is situated along the Naledi line and is also 200 metres away from the theatre.
Q: I have a theatre production. Who do I speak to if I want it staged at Soweto Theatre?