Walking in the streets surrounding major squares of Bruges leads us to discover treasures on a smaller scale. This is the case of this theater built in 1869 whose presence tickles our curiosity despite a relatively simple yellow and gray exterior. Note the lion symbol of Flanders and the bear associated with Bruges. Papageno’s statue of Mozart’s Magic Flute stands on the theater square.
With a capacity of 700 places, this place of artistic performances related to the performing arts which include concerts, dance performances, opera and comedies are sure to make a deep cohesive experience.
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