National Theatre Brno - Mahen Theatre
The Mahen Theatre, originally the German Municipal Theatre, was built in 1881-1882, and is among the most outstanding architectural sites in Brno. As the first fully electrified theatre, it has enjoyed great attention since its opening. It became a stage of the National Theatre Brno in 1919, and has been known as the Mahen Theatre since 1965. The world premieres of Leoš Janáček's operas, as well as Sergey Prokofiev’s ballet Romeo and Juliet with choreography by Ivo Váňa Psota, were all staged here. The Mahen Theatre is currently the seat of the NTB drama ensemble; it also includes a small stage.
- Mahen Theatre - mp3 (, 325.51 kB)
Customer centre (Dvořákova street no. 11)
Open Mon - Fri, 8:30 am - 6.30 pm
Evening box offices in the theatre buildings:
Open 45 minutes before the performance (Janáček Theatre, Mahen Theatre) and 1 hour before the performance (Reduta Theatre)