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Market Theatre Changes Show Schedules

ByStaff Reporter

Jan 18, 2021

The Market Theatre has moved its programming to an earlier time slot, this change will allow patrons enough time to make it home before the 21h00 curfew.

The new times’ slots from Tuesday – Saturday 18h00 Tuesday and Sunday 15h00, this is to accommodate the strict curfew times imposed by level 3 regulations. The Market Theatre celebrates 45 years and has put together exciting programming to mark this milestone.

The Market Theatre would like to urge patrons to arrive at 17h30 so they can allow sufficient time for getting screened. Masks need to be worn at all times.

Kamphoer- die verhaal van Suzan Nel will start on the 27 January 2021 with multi-award-winning Afrikaans production Kamphoer directed by Lara Foot and starring Sandra Prinsloo,  it will transfer to the Roodepoort Theatre 16 – 28 February 2021. Kamphoer will perform to the new time slots Tuesday – Saturday 18h00 and Sunday 15h00.

Patrons safety is our priority as we ensure that they get their dose of great theatre while adhering to Covid -19 regulations. Market Theatre at 45, the story unfolds.

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