New dance amphitheatre for aha Lesedi

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Aha Lesedi has invested R3.2million ($233,000) in the construction of a new amphitheatre after it was destroyed in a runaway veld fire in 2016.

The construction of the new dance amphitheatre, according to aha, is set to offer a more enhanced cultural experience to visitors offering and can be used for a variety of events with its spacious 20.4-metre capacity.

In a statement it said that the new amphitheatre is artistically designed and decorated with African art murals and a ‘buffalo’ front entrance walkway flowing into an open central area overlooking five seating tiers, with a capacity of 300.

It is believed that its curved shape and elevated thatched roof, with a ceiling height of 12.7 metres, is one of the highest in Gauteng, which will also further amplify sounds and echoes.

In addition, the external area is ideal for small functions.The establishment also offers a variety of conference venues to complement any occasion, accommodating up to 300 delegates depending on arrangement style. All venues, rooms and public spaces have also been fitted with WiFi.