One of the famous theatrical halls of Stockholm, Oscarsteatern hosts several Swedish musical plays. Situated at 63 Kungsgatan area of Stockholm, Oscarsteatern is known for its unique architecture and various musical productions.
Oscarsteatern- A Musical Stage
Founded in the year of 1906, Oscarsteatern theatre derived its name from King Oscar II. Oscarsteatern started its musical journey with Frihetsbroderna- a musical play by Jacques Offenbach on the 6th of December, 1906.
The Oscarsteatern theatre can accommodate 905 theatre and music lovers at a single point of time. Originally an integral part of the theatrical group of Albert Ranft, Oscarsteatern is at present administered by Vicky von der Lancken and the production company of 2Entertain AB Group.
Musical Plays Staged At Oscarsteatern Theatre
Oscarsteatern Theatre features several musical plays through out the year. Some of the prominent plays that were staged at the theatre include:
- Singing in the Rain
- The Phantom of the Opera
- My Fair Lady
How To Reach Oscarsteatern
Located in a convenient position, Oscarsteatern is situated beside the Arlanda Express and is just 300 meters from the Central Station of Stockholm. The theatre is easily accessible from all parts of the city by buses, taxis and trains.
Oscarsteatern theatre comprises a large conference hall, and exotic food joints that offers lip-smacking delicacies to the audiences.