The first of our cultural prides is The Masque Theatre. It was established in 1957 by Bertie Stern the chairman of our South Peninsula Dramatic Society. Small, but full of balls... I mean massive balls... this place opened its doors as a multi-cultural/ multi-racial theatre in 1959. For those that know, South Africa had an issue with racial integration back then, but there were pockets of defiance and this little theatre which has hosted many years of great names in South African performance arts, was no exception. Despite every attempt to disrupt or close down this theatre, it persisted and flourished. It is really something you should come and see... spend the day on the beach, dust of the sand, sip back a few sundowners and get a cultural injection within a local legendary landmark. What a way to spend a day.
The other one of our prized locales is the Kalk Bay Theatre. This place is the foundation of "cool". Its a 79 seater restaurant and theatre. Good food and an amazing location overlooking Kalk Bay. Built inside a former Dutch Reformed Church it is a fusion of modern and old. Music, Comedy, drama and cabaret - it has it all. Cool is to Jazz, what this place is to Theatre.
Both of these locations promise a great night out, and have an ever changing line up of shows. Be sure to check out their websites for latest offerings and for bookings. The Muize Bed and Breakfast is located just down the road from both of these hot spots, so be sure to enjoy it as much as possible - we will always be there to pick you up afterwards.