Teater Brunnsgatan Fyra
Teater Brunnsgatan Fyra, named after its address, Brunnsgatan 4, is a small theatre in Stockholm for contemporary Swedish dramatic work.It was founded by the actor and playwright Allan Edwall. After h...
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Lejonkulan
Lejonkulan (In English: The Lion's Den), was a historical theatre in Stockholm, Sweden, active in 1667–89. It is mentioned in history as the first theatre in Sweden. In 1686, it was the place of the f...
Stockholm City Theatre
Stockholm City Theatre (Swedish: Stockholms stadsteater) is Sweden's most popular theatre stage. It was created in 1956 but the first performance was delayed until 1960. It had not yet been decide...
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Teater Galeasen
Teater Galeasen is an independent Swedish theatre group based at Skeppsholmen in Stockholm. It was founded in 1983.Teater Galeasen is known for their singular, avant-garde and experimental productions...
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Bollhuset
Bollhuset, also called Stora Bollhuset, Bollhusteatern, and Lejonkulan at various times, was the name of the first theater in Stockholm, Sweden; it was the first Swedish theater and the first real the...
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Stenborg Company
The Stenborg Company was a Swedish Theatre Comedy troupe, active in Sweden and Finland in the 18th century. It was also called Stenborgska skådebanorna (The theatres of Stenborg), Svenska komeditruppe...
Astoria (cinema)
Astoria is one of Stockholm's oldest cinemas and one of the last still open cinemas with only one salon.Astoria is also the name of a cinema-chain in Sweden. The group is the second largest in the cou...
Swedish Theatre (Stockholm)
The Swedish Theatre (in Swedish: Svenska Teatern or "Svenskan") in Stockholm was, at the beginning of the 20th century, Sweden's largest dramatic theatre. During its years in use, from 1875 to 1925, ...
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Björngårdsteatern
Björngårdsteatern, also called Christian Thums Commedi-huus (The Comedy-house of Christian Thum) and Theums Spelehus (Theum's Play-house), was an old Swedish theatre in Stockholm, active between 1640 ...
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Mindre teatern
Mindre teatern (The Smaller Theatre), Nya teatern (The New Theatre), Lindeberska teatern (The Lindeberg Theatre), was a Swedish theatre at Kungsgatan in Stockholm, active 1842-1863. The building was u...
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Oscarsteatern
Oscarsteatern or "Oscars" (in English: The Oscar Theatre) is one of Stockholm's private theatres and the most well-known musical theatre in Sweden. It's located at Kungsgatan 63 in central Stockholm. ...
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Vasateatern
Vasateatern or "Vasan" (in English: The Vasa Theatre) is a private theatre in Stockholm, Sweden. It is located at Vasagatan 19-21 in central Stockholm.It was built in 1886 and has for many years been ...
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Cirkus (Stockholm)
Cirkus (Cirkus Arena och Restaurang AB) is an arena in Djurgården, Stockholm, that holds 1,650 people. It was originally used as a circus (the old official name being Cirkusteatern), but is today mos...
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Royal Dramatic Theatre
The Royal Dramatic Theatre (Swedish: Kungliga Dramatiska Teatern or Dramaten) is Sweden's national stage for "spoken drama", founded in 1788. Around one thousand shows are put on annually on the t...
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Djurgårdsteatern
Djurgårsdteatern (Swedish for "Djurgården Theatre"), was an historical Swedish theatre, active at Djurgården in Stockholm between 1801 and 1929 (from 1863 in a new building).It was the only theatre in...
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Du Londel Troupe
The Du Londel Troupe was a French 18th-century theatre troupe. From 1753 to 1771, it was active as the French Theatre of Sweden, where it played a great part in that country's theatre history.The Fren...
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Södra Teatern
Södra Teatern (Southern Theatre) is a theatre, located in the "Söder"-district (Södermalm) in Stockholm. It's one of Stockholms most appreciated private theatres. Established in 1859, it's Stockholm's...
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Stenborg Theatre
The Stenborg theatre, also called Svenska Komiska Teatern, Komiska Teatern and Munkbroteatern, was a historical Swedish 18th century theatre, active between 1784 and 1799 in Gamla stan in Stockholm. I...
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Boulevardteatern
Boulevardteatern (Boulevard Theatre) is a theatre, located on Götgatan 73 in Södermalm, Stockholm.Boulevardteatern was started in 1984 by Tidningsteatern. It opened on 10 January 1985 with the play Te...
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Maximteatern
Maximteatern, called "Maxim" in English or The Maxim Theatre, has been a popular private theatre at Karlaplan in central Stockholm, Sweden since the 1960s.Originally named the Karlaplansstudion, it ...
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Teater Tribunalen
Teater Tribunalen (commonly known as Tribunalen) is a popular independent Swedish theatre group in Stockholm.The theatre group was created in 1995 by a group of students from the Swedish National Acad...
Folkan
18°4′44″E / 59.33639°N 18.07889°E / 59.33639; 18.07889Folkan (also known as Folkteatern) was a theatre at Östermalmstorg in Stockholm, Sweden. It was built in 1856 and demolis...
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Göta Lejon
Göta Lejon is a theatre in Stockholm, Sweden, located at 55 Götgatan in Södermalm. Göta Lejon opened as a movie theatre in 1928 and the last movie premiered here in the 1980s. The theatre was rebuilt ...
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Strindbergs Intima Teater
Strindbergs Intima Teater or Intima teatern, is a theatre stage in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded and managed by the famous Swedish playwright August Strindberg between 1907 and 1910. The playhouse...
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Orion Theatre
The Orion Theatre (Swedish: Orionteatern) - Stockholm's largest avant-garde stage was formed in 1983, and is one of Sweden's most interesting and innovative theatres.The building was once a huge mecha...
Chinateatern
18°04′25″E / 59.332432°N 18.073475°E / 59.332432; 18.073475Chinateatern or commonly known as "China" (in English: The China Theatre) is a private theatre in Stockholm, Sweden,...
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