Welcome to Cape Town’s Premiere Community Theatre, the Masque Theatre

The Masque Theatre is a first-class venue, seating 174, able to host live shows (musicals, dramas, dancing, etc.), seminars, presentations, film shows, and so on. Facilities and equipment include dressing rooms, excellent lighting and sound equipment.  Read more about the Masque Theatre.

Volunteer at the Masque Theatre

You can be part of it!  Enthusiastic and willing hands are a cornerstone of any community theatre group and the Masque Theatre is lucky to have some of the best. With or without a theatre background, the Masque Theatre has a place for you. Volunteers from all walks of life participate, form new friendships, learn new skills, and gain self-confidence. Join us for a whole new life experience!

 Our 200 Club Friends

We have re-launched our 200/100 and 200/50 Clubs after getting through some administrative changes including a new Bank Account and getting our Lotteries Commission application in and therefore being able to offer prizes.

This time we will be giving away wonderful Woolworths vouchers. The prize for the 200/100 Club will be a R1000 Woolworths gift voucher and the prize for the 200/50 Club will be a R500 Woolworths gift voucher.  Join our club.

The Masque Theatre is proud to announce our partnership with the SA Children’s Home.

The theatre is now a permanent drop-off point for donations to the home. We are appealing for clothing, toiletries, toys and canned foods to help this charity look after their wards. The home houses children aged 6 – 18 years who have been placed in their care by the court. They house both boys and girls, but at the moment have more boys in their care.  The theatre is now a permanent drop-off point for donations to the home. We are appealing for clothing, toiletries, toys and canned foods to help this charity look after their wards. The home houses children aged 6 – 18 years who have been placed in their care by the court. They house both boys and girls, but at the moment have more boys in their care. To find out more, please visit their website: http://www.sakinderhuis.org/