Dorp Street Theatre, Stellenbosch

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Dorp Street Theatre, Stellenbosch near Cape Town, South Africa

The cosy atmosphere of this little theatre in Stellenbosch is the secret to the wonderful atmosphere. Set in the historical part of Stellenbosch, this is a very well known theatre. Stellenbosch is not only known as the heart of the winelands, but also a very historical and cultural place. Dorp Street Theatre is the perfect example of this and is loved equally by artists and customers.

With an intimate and mystic feel to it, this theatre can sit up to 80 people in a magnificent atmosphere. The owners are Michelle, Anita and Phillip and they strive to make everyone feel at home.

Phillip is also the chef and many people are drawn back for his exceptional food. Not only can you watch the best entertainment and have your dinner at this theatre, they also offer accommodation!

All shows start at 21:00 and dinner is served at 19:00. The theatre is open to all ages and there is no specific dress code. So go to 59 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch, to have a meal and watch a play for a night out with a difference!

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