Nebula Micro Theatre – The Home of The Royal Opera and Ballet Cinema


There’s no need to travel to London’s West End to see the very best of the Royal Opera House, the Royal Ballet and the Royal Shakespeare Company. Visit the Nebula Micro Theatre in Johannesburg East for world-class theatre and musicals. But, be warned, this tiny cinema only seats 25, so book your tickets ASAP! 

The Royal Opera House & Cinematic Shakespeare

Nebula Productions exclusively distribute live screenings by the Royal Opera House and the Royal Shakespeare Company, based in London. Their two cinema venues in Johannesburg are the only to exhibit these screenings within Southern Africa. In early September, Nebula Productions announced their new home at CineCentre Killarney Mall. This world class movie house features the best in comfort seating, as well as delicious snacks and drinks. Hosting screenings every Sunday at 13:00, the CineCentre at Killarney Mall is set to become the home of the Royal Opera and Ballet Cinema in the north of Johannesburg.

Posted by Nebula Micro Theatre on Thursday, July 25, 2019

The Nebula Micro Theatre 

For those of you who hail from the east of Johannesburg, there is a hidden treasure waiting in Benoni, the Nebula Micro Theatre. Although much smaller than the CineCentre complex, the Nebula Micro Theatre makes up for its diminutive stature with an unrivaled sensory experience. Seating only 25 bums at a time, this really is a mini movie house. Nevertheless, this cinema is still able to carry the gravitas of London’s best live productions, bringing all the drama, dance and debauchery right to the heart of Ekurhuleni!

What’s On

The Nebula Micro Theatre not only brings you the very best of Royal Opera House and the Royal Shakespeare Company, they also screen concerts by world-famous artists and orchestras, West End Musicals and more. Here’s our top picks for the Nebula Spring season:

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An American In Paris 

The Tony award-winning Broadway musical, An American in Paris, is headed straight to Joburg this September. An American GI’s chance encounter with a beautiful young dancer sees the sparkling city of Paris become the backdrop to a sensuous, modern romance of art, friendship and love in the aftermath of war. Based on the MGM film of the same name, An American in Paris features the music and lyrics of George and Ira Gershwin, as well as breathtaking design and choreography. If you’re in the mood for a little romance this spring, then this is a must-see.

When Is It?

Sunday, 29 September 2019 at 14:00 – 17:00.

Tickets cost R100 per person. Get yours here.

Andrè Rieu Maastricht 2019: Shall We Dance?

Maestro Andrè Rieu returns to his hometown of Maastricht, in the Netherlands, each year for a symphonic concert unlike any other. Drawing in audiences from around the globe, Rieu’s symphony concert sees the Maastricht medieval town square transformed into a spectacular backdrop for the classical performance. Rieu made the journey home this past July, bringing Maastricht a concert dedicated to his love of the Waltz. Titled ‘Shall We Dance?’, this live concert will put a smile on any face.

Join Rieu, ‘King of the Waltz’, his Johann Strauss Orchestra, world-class sopranos, Platin Tenors, a cast of over 100 dancers and special guests for an unforgettable cinematic experience, including exclusive content and interviews with the maestro. As always, there will also be some wonderful surprises, so don’t miss out.

When Is It?

Saturday, 05 October 2019 at 18:30 and Sunday, 06 October 2019 at 14:00.

Tickets cost R120 per person. Get yours here.

Royal Opera House Cinema 2019/2020 season

Die hard ROH fans, fear not. The latest London productions for the 2019/2020 season are headed your way. So, whether you have been dying to see Coppelia, Don Giovanni, The Nutcracker or La Boheme, you can look forward to a fantastic season of international theatre at the Nebula Micro Theatre.

Our top pick for the 2019/2020 is The Royal Ballet Triple Bill. Showcasing the absolute finest dancers of the Royal Ballet Company, this show highlights the versatility of the genre and the company itself. Featuring performances of Petipa’s Raymonda Act III, a Russian classical ballet in one act and Ashton’s Enigma Variations, which is quintessentially British in style and execution. Don’t miss it.

When Is It?

Sunday, 08 December 2019 at 14:00 – 17:15.

Tickets cost R100 per person. Get yours here.

For More Information

Visit the Nebula Productions website for more information – cinemas.nmpc.co.za.

Or, you can follow them on social media for the latest event updates and special features:

Facebook – facebook.com/nebulamicrotheatre

Twitter – twitter.com/CinemasNebula

Details: 11a Sarel Cilliers Str., Rynfield, Benoni, Johannesburg | 011 425 2371 | info@nmpc.co.za

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