Cape Town

The Labia Theatre, 68 Orange Street, Gardens

Tel: 021 424 5927

All tickets are R45

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All films at the Labia Theatre will be followed by an informal audience discussion or Q&A session.

This historic and much-loved venue is the only remaining independent cinema in town. It is also the oldest independent art-repertory cinema in South Africa, showing indy movies, historical cinema and other alternative and art circuit films.

Originally an Italian Embassy ballroom, it was opened by Princess Labia in May 1949 as a theatre for the staging of live performances. Today it is the focal point of Cape Town’s alternative movie scene and appeals to the more discerning viewer who enjoys the charm of its old-world ambience.




The Bioscope Independent Cinema, 286 Fox Street, City and Suburban


Tel: 011 039 7306

All tickets are R45

Visit to see the programme and buy tickets.

The aim of The Bioscope, an independent cinema in downdown Johannesburg, has always been to increase the diversity of content on South African cinema screens thereby becoming an important cultural space in the city of  Johannesburg. In bringing new films to new audiences, The Bioscope has helped play a fundamental role in growing new markets for new films, becoming a vital mechanism in developing local audiences for locally & internationally produced cinema.

The Bioscope is about invigorating a new appreciation of film as an art form, celebrating the medium and bring exciting cinema to as wide an audience as possible.

The Bioscope is a single screen, 62 –seat independent cinema theatre located in the heart of  Johannesburg’s old town, in the eastern part of city. The Bioscope is located on the ground floor of Main Street Life, the 2010 development by Propertuity who have gone on to develop the successful Maboneng Precinct.



Asbos Teater, Karoo Square, cnr Lynnwood & Albeth Roads,The Willows, Pretoria East


Tel: 082 564 0999

All tickets are R45

Bookings: / / 0825640999 (SMS)

Die lekkerste klein-teater in Pretoria!




Eastern Cape

Khula Dhamma Retreat Centre & Ecological Farm, Haga Haga (near East London)


Tel: 073 534 9018  (between 8:30 – 16:00)

The name, “Khula Dhamma”, combines the Xhosa word “khula”, meaning “to grow” and the Pali word “Dhamma” meaning “the way” or “the path” to highlight the vision of growing on the path of awakening.

This alluring, 180 hectare piece of land far removed from the stresses of modern life is charmingly situated in Haga Haga, 60km north of East London and on the door step of South Africa’s Xhosa heartland, the rugged and untamed Transkei. Khula Dhamma comprises of a Retreat Centre and an Ecological Farm and is essentially off-the-grid with power harnessed from the wind and sun. Homesteads and other buildings have been developed, as far as possible, with natural materials acquired from the land and drinking water is drawn from an untainted borehole or captured rain water.


All tickets include breakfast and lunch for both Saturday and Sunday and access to all screenings and meditation and yoga classes: 

3 x 3 Bedroom chalet: R1500 for the weekend

3 x 2 Bedroom chalet: R1200 for the weekend

6 x Dorm beds: R450 for the weekend

Full Weekend – R 350
2 Day (Sat & Sun) – R280
1 Day Pass (Sat or Sun) – R150

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From East London, take N2 towards Umtata, take R349 Morgan Bay/Kei mouth turnoff, at StAnthonies Cash&Carry take Haga Haga turnoff, follow this dirt-road for 8km. On left-hand side there is a wooden sign ‘KD Eco-community’, go through the gate. Continue on this road for another 2km, crossing a river, until you are up on the hill.



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