Temperature of the cultural kind

Lauded as one of the most eclectic entertainment venues in the world, House On Fire is a fantastical playground of imagination which captivates and inspires. Vast differences of architectural and artistic styles connect in harmony, reinforcing the underlying theme of cultural meeting points. This flexible space allows for large-scale performances, customised events and intimate gatherings.

Highly experienced, well trained staff and our in-house graphic and venue design services ensure excellent project management of an extremely high calibre either in House on Fire or at the venue of your choosing.

If the artistic ambience of House on Fire lights up your soul, our in-house design studio creates pieces of art allowing aficionados to take a piece of the fire home..

 
 
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Weddings

Your special day deserves a venue as excitingly unique as your new partnership! Catering for large or small ceremonies we offer an array of choices to suit your celebration whether intimate or open to the masses.

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Functions & Equipment Hire

House on Fire’s interconnecting venues each offer their own unique experiences. Discuss the use of multiple spaces to enhance the various stages of your event with the House on Fire eventing team.

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Shows

Celebrated as one of the finest, most original performance venues on the subcontinent, House on Fire offers an eclectic year round entertainment programme featuring an array of music, theatre, dance and poetry attracting top performers both regionally and globally

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Studio

House On Fire studio artwork begins with a vision, a story that needs to be told, a feeling that finds its expression through the grain of the wood or the mark of a chisel. Often humorous or tranquil, loud or questioning, the process and final product display an inseparability of myth and reality that is reflected in the surrounding spaces and events. Of particular importance to the works is the sensitive use of locally sourced materials. Wooden pieces are made from invasive trees, and soapstone is quarried from the highveld of Swaziland, where it lies in abundance.
For more information or to discuss current works, please contact Jiggs at jiggs@house-on-fire.com