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Municipal Theatre in Gliwice

The Municipal Theatre in Gliwice was established in 2016 after the transformation of the Gliwice Musical Theater. Theater performances and concerts can be seen on Big and Little Stage located at Nowy Świat Street as well as on Stage at the Ruins of Victoria Theater at Wolności Street, and also on the Fairy Tales Scene located at Dolnych Wałów Street.

The Gliwice Musical Theater, which was opened in 2001, was one of the most active cultural centers in the region. The institution continued the tradition of both the Silesian Operetta and the Musical Theater, which operated in parallel for half a century. The Gliwice Musical Theatre cared for “Ruins” of the Victoria Theatre and for the building of the former Gliwice cinema “Bajka, which operates under the name “Scena Bajka-Kino Amok”. The Gliwice Musical Theater used to organized periodic theater and film events.

Location
street Nowy Świat 55 57
44-100 Gliwice
Gliwice
Silesia
in the city/town
General Information
: theatre, cinemas
Contact data
: 32 230 67 18
: http://www.teatr.gliwice.pl/
Prices & amenities
: children, seniors, students
: we accept card payments, booking
Availability
: whole year

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