Best ways to support theatre and the arts during COVID-19

COVID-19 has presented many challenges to the entertainment industry.

Despite this, many artists and organisations (including Cape Town Concert Series and the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra) have found new platforms online. And now that lockdown rules allow venues to reopen, you can enjoy outdoors movies at the Galileo Open Air Cinema; new productions at Theatre Arts, the Baxter Theatre, and Gate69; exhibitions with First Thursdays, the Norval Foundation, and the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa; as well as museum tours on Robben Island and in District Six.

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If you enjoyed exploring the best ways to support theatre and the arts during COVID-19, here are some international perspectives:

 

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