Lille Scene, The National Stage

Lille Scene at The National Stage in Bergen was built in 1967. The venue has a seating capacity of 90.

The National Stage in Bergen has been operating from 1876. The theatre building of today opened in 1909, and is designed by Einar Oscar Schou. The building is now regarded among the premier examples of Jugend style (German Art Nouveau) architecture in Norway.

There are three venues within the building: Store Scene (with the theatre salon), Lille Scene and Teaterkjelleren (formerly called Småscenen). Store Scene is the main auditorium with 450 numbered seats, divided into the orchestra, parquet, front loge and balcony. The structure of Teaterkjelleren is flexible, with a capacity up to 250 seats, whereas Lille Scene seats up to 90.

Information

(Objekt ID 1097)
Object type Venue
Email dns (at) dns.no
Primary connections The National Stage
Website Den Nationale Scene, DNS 360-foto
Established 1967

Contact information

Address Engen 1, 5803 Bergen, Norway
Country Norway
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SOURCE:

The National Stage, dns.no, 16.06.2016, http://www.dns.no/om-oss/