Cape Town's Artscape theatre wins international award

Marlene Le Roux of the Artscape Theatre Centre's Marlene Le Roux chats to Kieno Kammies about the the award they recently received from Fair Saturday Foundation in Spain, as well as the work she is currently doing in Amsterdam.

I have a fantastic team and a board that I work with...We hire out the Opera House so that we can afford to do the stories of the people.

Marlene Le Roux, Chief executive - Artscape Theatre Centre

Le Roux and her team work tirelessly to make the space inclusive and accessible.

It has become a humanity cultural centre. We create opportunities for people to meet other people that they have never met.

Marlene Le Roux, Chief executive - Artscape Theatre Centre

Listen to Marlene Le Roux's inspirational interview below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Cape Town's Artscape theatre wins international award


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