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Remember To Put Some Fun & Games On Your Things To Do In Johannesburg

Fill Your List Of Things To Do In Johannesburg With An Entertainment Extravaganza

From rollercoasters to thrill rides, casino slots to live productions, Johannesburg is the entertainment capital of Gauteng.

For a night out on the town, you will not run out of things to do in Johannesburg, you can

Choose between the productions, casino, a vivid club scene or even a slow night out at the Sandton Square Click To Tweet

where you can grab a bite with a glass of wine.

Let The Fun Begin

1. Gold Reef City

In the reminiscent of an authentic turn-of-the-century mining town, you can find A-list entertainment.

At the Lyric Theatre, there are performances which will bewitch you, if adrenaline is more in line with your type of entertainment then the exhilarating theme park is your way to go.

With restaurants, theme parks, productions and accommodation you never have to leave this little mining town.

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2. Montecasino

Montecasino is more than just beautiful architecture

It is all you need for your entertainment needs in one spot. Click To Tweet

With an Italian feel the casino, live productions, cinemas, restaurants and dancing fountain provides an entertainment filled evening which will knock our shoes off.

It is no wonder that Montecasino has been voted the best casino, best entertainment complex, best casino complex and the best place for out of towners looking for a fun night in town.

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It is no wonder that Montecasino has been voted the best casino, best entertainment complex, best casino complex and the best place for out of towners looking for a fun night in town.

3. Market Theatre

Constructed out of Johannesburg’s Indian Fruit Market, the market theatre was built in 1913 but was founded in 1976 by Mannie Manim and Barney Simon.

The theatre went on to become internationally renowned as South Africa’s “Theatre of Struggle”.

Today it is still bustling with the energy of actors, music and lights with frequent onstage productions.

4. Art On Main

Situated in the art-gentrified urban neighbourhood, the Maboneng Precinct, Arts on Main is a mixed-use creative hub.

Everything that an artist need is situated in this precinct which is filled with artists’ studios, galleries, eateries and various office and retail spaces.

The precinct creates a unique environment for the cities creative community where they can share ideas and engage in multiple innovative experiences in one centrally located environment.

5. Alexander Theatre

The Alexander Theatre first opened its doors in 1951 and was named after Murial Alexander, the founder of the Johannesburg Repertory Players but also a talented actress, director and teacher of speech and drama.

The theatre shut down during 1997 but with the change in the environment the theatre was reborn.

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The Entertainment Capital Of Johannesburg

With all the live productions, restaurants, clubs and casinos available you will never be bored.

If you do find yourself being bored then you obviously do not have the right things to do in Johannesburg and you need to give us a call. Get started by reading these two articles on cheap flights to Johannesburg and things to do in Johannesburg.so that we can put you back on the right path because there should never be a dull evening spent in Jozi.

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