Søilen Teater was a theatre in Oslo. It opened in 1930 in the party venue called Søilesalen in Keysers gate 1, and was managed as an independent theatre by Sophus Dahl until 1932, when it became a secondary venue for Chat Noir, first under the management of Einar Sissener and Johan Henrik Wiers-Jenssen, later under Leif Amble-Næss.
In 1934 it reopened under the direction of Henry Gleditsch, who ran the theatre until 1939, when Aud Richter took over and managed it as an intimate venue.
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|Established||1930 (closed 1942)|
|Address||Keysers gate 1, Oslo, Norway|
In 1942 Søilen Teater was taken over by Leif Juster, who opened Edderkoppen in the facilities. In 1945 he left the facilities to Studioteatret, in residence for about a year. Later the facilities have not been used by theatres, but Teamfilm had a studio there for a while.
Currently Søilen Teater is best known for the fact that many well-known actors made their debuts there, including Wenche Foss, Jack Fjeldstad and Ragnhild Michelsen.
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|Hipp-hipp-hurra!||– January 23, 1942|
|Det får´n si||– October 25, 1941|
|Med megen aktelse||– August 1941|
|Mot lysere tider||– March 1941|
|Hoplipopp||– January 1941|
|Ja, hvorfor ikke?||– June 1940|
|Ja, hvorfor ikke?||– May 13, 1940|
|Johan Ulfstjerna||– January 19, 1940|
|Jeg har vært her før||– October 26, 1939|
|Påske||– October 13, 1939|
|Ansikt til ansikt||– 1939|
|Det gylne sekund||– October 24, 1938|
|Frøken Julie||– September 17, 1938|
|Den andre||– October 22, 1937|
|Jeg har vært en tyv!||– September 18, 1937|
|Anna Christie||– October 23, 1936|
|Hevnen||– September 21, 1936|
|Storken* (The Stork)||– October 3, 1935|
|Taterblod||– March 28, 1935|
|Regnfrakken||– February 2, 1935|
|Fru Warrens forretning||– January 12, 1935|
|Jutta fra Kalkutta||– April 8, 1932|
|Flamme||– January 15, 1932|
|På et lite hotel i Paris||– 1932|