The Labia Theatre is 65 years and older, originally an Italian Embassy ballroom. It was first opened by Princess Labia in May 1949, as a theatre for the staging of live performances. For the past 4 decades it has been operating as a cinema on the alternative circuit appealing mainly to the more discerning viewer, (who enjoys its quality product and the charm of its old-World ambience.) The Labia was able to convert to digital projection and boasts superior picture and sound quality while retaining its unique charm. In addition to the conversion to digital projection. The Labia consists of four screens, a 176 seater, a 67 seater, an intimate 66 seater and the recent addition of the MNET Screen. The Labia has slowly been upgrading the facilities! Situated at 68 Orange Street in the Gardens, Cape Town, lies the Labia Theatre, the oldest independent art-repertory cinema in the country. The Labia is run by Ann and Ludi Kraus, Michael Berkel and Rose Nhlapo.
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