AFTER ITS NAMESAKE, AND BELYING ITS SMALL STATURE, THE GENTLEMEN'S ARTHOUSE HAS A SMALL BUT SIGNIFICANT SOUTH AFRICAN ART COLLECTION - which includes works by William Kentridge, Norman Catherine, Gerard Sekoto, Kendal Geers, and work after Irma Stern and other local stars - which adorn the Absinthian green walls. 

The historic space hosts boutique exhibitions, artist discussions and art events - from the visual to the performing - but all strictly with tongue firmly placed in cheek. The antithesis of an all-white art gallery, this is a characterful heritage space deeply shrouded in history and local culture which can transform into a myriad of integrative and eccentric art experiences.