By Denise Lloyd
Kalahari Restaurant Theatre
State of the Art Theatre for Southern Cape
Kalahari Restaurant Theatre will feature latest productions as the come off the main circuit.
A new state of the art theatre, the Kalahari Restaurant and Theatres, will open its doors in George in the heart of the Garden Route in September. Theatre lovers in the Southern Cape are waiting in anticipation for this welcome addition especially as this 400 seater theatre will stage the latest productions as they come off the main circuit. This upmarket theatre will be catering for the more discern theatre goer and music lover.
New Restaurant and Bar for George, South Africa – The Kalahari
The concept behind the theatre is one of quality entertainment in a pleasant and warm environment. Apart from the theatre the complex will also house a separate bar, with an 11 metre serving surface and a 120 seater family restaurant with an outside deck. A special kiddies section has been added. A focal point of the restaurant will be the grand piano mounted on a circular stage in the restaurant section. This will double up as a cocktail bar and entertainment area.
The theatre will have tables and chairs positioned on different levels for better viewing. Food and beverages will be available from the restaurant and the bar.
George Community invited to attend Trial Show at Kalahari Restaurant and Theatre
The trial run at the restaurant and theatre will be on Saturday 4 September and the community has been invited to come and enjoy a FREE show on that evening. The theatre has already come up with a star studded line-up. Some of the productions will include the new Nataniël show, which is at present playing to full house capacities at the Emperor’s Palace, the Buddy Holly Show, Vulcano with On-Que and the premier of Steve Hofmeyr’s latest show Duisend en Een to name but a few.
Sharleen Surtie-Richards, Sandra Prinsloo and Casper De Vries committed them selves to preform at the Kalahari Theatre Restaurant in the Garden Route
Casper de Vries has also committed himself as well as Sharleen Surtie-Richards with her local Shirley Valentyn and theatre diva Sandra Prinsloo with her sell out performance of Die Naaimasjien. The Kalahari Restaurant Theatre will change the cultural atmosphere in the Garden Route – that is for sure.
Bookings for shows can be done at the Kalahari Theatre in the Old Game Centre in George or at Computicket.