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We went to the Johann Strauss Gala, performed by the Gauteng Philharmonic Orchestra. This theatre lends itself to concerts like this. The acoustic is great, and the venue is not too large. Our seats were on the balcony, so we had a very nice view...More
We visited here in March for a piano recital, so our review of the theatre is in this context, rather than a play or other performance.
This is a lovely space. Acoustics are very good, and the theatre is not so big that you feel...More
Went to the theatre for the first time recently to the piano recital by the internationally renowned, Gustavo Romero. It was a world class performance that had the audience wowed.
The theatre is a great performance venue with many world class performances. The standards set...More
As you walk in and you are greeted by the staff warm and friendly. There is such a buzz and pleasant atmosphere. It is refreshing to see how neat and clean the theater is. The bar a focus point and great snack before the shows....More
Today we paid our first visit to the Brooklyn Theatre to see the opera (another first for us) Don Giovanni which was presented as part of the Johannesburg International Mozart Festival.
It was an excellent production featuring some fantastic local talent and well worth the...More
My family and I visited the Brooklyn Theatre on many occasions seeing many different shows with the GPO (Gauteng Philharmonic Orchestra) performing with different conductors and soloists. The orchestra is well rehearsed. Salon Music, a music shop specializing in classical music, is at the back...More
I've visited this theatre on three separate occasions and with every visit there is more to see and improvement. It started really, really small but with the owners of the theatre being a friendly and visible presence, not to mention really passionate, it's grown exponentially....More