New Theatre

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The term the New Theatre is often found with treference to an as yet unnamed theatre venue.

Among them are:

The New Theatre, Port Elizabeth (1862)

This new venue was initially named the Theatre Royal, and subsequently also bore the names The Barn, the Barn Theatre or The Old Barn.

See Theatre Royal, Port Elizabeth.

The New Theatre, Cape Town (1875)

This new venue, built in Burg Street by the Cape Town Institute and Club, was also initially named the Theatre Royal.

See Theatre Royal, Cape Town.

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