Saturday, February 2

Royal theatre

The Royal Theatre of The Hague opened its doors in 1804. After several changes to its architecture and a complete renovation, it reopened its doors in 1999 to look like on this picture. It is a beautiful classical building. It is located on the Korte Voorhout, and is the home of the "Nationaal Toneel" ("National theatre-group"). It is the place for expatriates in The Hague to experience a theatre evening as they regularly presents plays in English or French.


Ineke said...

Have you been there already?

Fénix - Bostonscapes said...

That photo must be seen enlarged. Wow.

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Lezard said...

Hi Ineke, Yes, I've been there once for a French play last year, and for the Betovering, a kids festival that takes place in October. Was great!

Fenix, I'd love to have your recipe! Thanks!

Fénix - Bostonscapes said...

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