The Windybrow Theatre was built in 1896 by one of the early South African mining engineers, Theodore Reunert, as a family home. Since then it has served many purposes, including a nurse’s home. The Windybrow Theatre was declared a national monument in 1996 and was declared a Cultural Institution by the department of Arts and Culture in 2005.
• Main Theatre seating 250 people. The theatre has a revolving stage • Small Theatre seating 60 people. Ideal for performances that require intimacy, such as showcases and readings. • Mini Auditorium seating 20 people. Ideal for small seminars and meetings • 2 rehearsal spaces