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This is the only Off Broadway theater in Sweden. It presents the best of American theater and musicals in Swedish.
Fågel Blå, centrally located in Ostermalm, is an old cinema hall. Classics, documentaries, and independent films are a regular feature, along with the occasional festival. Fågel Blå has a capacity of 187 seats, while the miniscule Holken only has 20 seats. If you want to have coffee, then there is a cafe. The city-centre nightclubs are just a short walk away.
This is the home of theatrical farce in Stockholm, and many of Sweden's most popular artistes have performed here. Maxim was built in 1946 as a radio studio. A famous Swedish radio program, "The Breakfast Club" with Sigge Furst, was recorded at these premises. For a while it was also used as a TV studio, but in 1971 it became purely a theater. In 1978 Maxim became private and one of the most successful one in the city at that.
This is home to many of Sweden's top international stars, featuring many a classic play written by Strindberg, Ibsen, Chekhov and Shakespeare. King Gustav III founded this magnificent theater in 1788 for Swedish dramas to be performed in their original language. The building is a milestone in Swedish theater history. Please arrive on time: there is no admission once the performance has commenced. Guided tours are available, and these provide an interesting look at both the theater's history and daily routines.
This is an arcade situated in the middle of trendy boutiques and even trendier restaurants. There are many pinball machines here, and there is always a steady stream of people coming here to play, thanks to the metro station next door. You can also access internet here for a fee. As expected, the clientele consists mainly of youngsters with nothing better to do, or escaping shopping with their mothers.
Modeled on the 19th century décor, the 600 seater concert hall at Nybrokajen 11, is elegant just like the imposing facade building. Pink and gray are the colors that adorn the mesmerizing event space, along with a shimmering large chandelier that illuminates the stage with soft light. Apart from this, there is the famous Oscar II Room which can be used either for a conference or a seminar. The Lidholmrummet and the Board Room are used for business meetings meant for 30 and 15 individuals respectively. Each room has its own alluring factor, excellent views being one of them.
Park was built in 1941, and is one of the best preserved movie theatres in Stockholm. A single-screen theatre with over 700 seats, it is richly furnished and has a cosy atmosphere. The sound system is brand-new and state-of-the-art. Park offers a wide selection of films, but American mainstream productions dominate along with the most successful Swedish and European movies. The nightclubs of Stureplan are near by and you will also find Burger King, McDonald's, TGI Friday's and many Italian restaurants. Park is also used for special events and conferences.
Biografen Park belongs to the SF Bio chain of cinemas located all over Sweden and Norway. With 194 cinemas in Sweden and 3 in Norway, this is a thriving business that brings the best in movie entertainment. This Stockholm branch was inaugurated in 1941 and has an impressive sound system. Today it is mainly used for events and conferences.
Teatrix's new premises at Stureplan suit it perfectly. The large amount of space gives you an excellent view, even from the long bar. The advantage of having dinner here is that you get the best seats - right in front of the stage. You can choose between five set menus. And after the show, the party continues as the nightclub opens.
Stora Salongen is part of the prestigious Berns Salonger hotel and is a highly reputed banquet hall where various events that take place here in large scale. The Stora Salongen is equipped with cutting edge facilities, DJ console and stylish interiors. The exceptional hospitality assures that you have a memorable experience attending an event here. Do visit their website for further information.
The China Theatre at Berzelii Park is perhaps most typically associated with musicals such as Grease, West Side Story and Cats. Its repertoire is balanced, with equal amounts of farce, comedy, musical shows. The auditorium is very inviting, with comfortable red armchairs and a spacious balcony. During the interval refreshments are available in the foyer bar.
Opened in 2000 by the National Association of Folk Music and Dance, Stallet is the best place to find some Swedish folk music and dance. This place hosts concerts by Brazilian, American, Persian, Irish and many more musicians from various parts of the globe. The Klezmer, Polish, African, flamenco and other dance performances entertain ardent art lovers. This not only showcases stalwarts of music, but also provides a stage for young talents.