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The Court Theatre 2017

Visit the amazing historic Court Theatre  Tuesdays–Sundays 12-16. Free entrance for child and only 40 DKK for an adult, and with a joint ticket to Christiansborg Palace, you'll even get a 50% discount on the entrance. Download booklet about The Theatre Museum at The Court Theatre here.

The Court Theatre is 250 years old. It opened in 1767 as the king's theatre; Hans Christian Andersen and Countess Danner among others have performed here. Today The Court Theatre is the oldest theatre building in working order in Denmark; at the same time it is open to royals, politicians and artists as well as visitors of any kind. 

As a visitor you have access to the entire theatre: to the auditorium, to the sloping stage, to the balconies and the small boxes where kings and queens, princes and princesses have been sitting and are sitting till this day when attending performances and concerts.

The Court Theatre includes the Theatre Museum and is situated at Christiansborg Riding ground right behind the Danish Parliament (Folketinget), in the middle of the living history of Denmark – in the middle of Castle Island (Slotsholmen), which for centuries has been an important part of the arts, war, politics and the centre of power. » Further info here

"A magic, tailor-made evening in the Court Theatre: We all agreed that however many fantastic places which we had visited over the last 22 years, this evening in the Court Theatre without a doubt was the most special and magical of all." Elsebeth Finnick, Réunion des NAC" » read more and » read the article The perfect setting for a Royal Affair