Den Nationale Scene (The National Stage Bergen) is Norway's oldest permanent theatre.
Address: Engen 1, 5011 Bergen
Telephone: (+47) 55 54 97 00
Tickets: (+47) 55 60 70 80
Saturday 11:00–18:00 and one hour before per performance
About Den Nationale Scene
The theatre's roots date back to "Det Norske Theater" (The Norwegian Theatre), founded in 1850 by the Norwegian violinist Ole Bull. The theatre was founded to develop Norwegian playwrights, and Henrik Ibsen was one of the first writer-in-residences and artistic directors of the theatre.
Today Den Nationale Scene houses three stages/venues and presents approximately 20 productions each year. It is one of three national theatres in Norway. The theatre is situated in a beautiful Art Noveau-building from 1909, in the middle of the city of Bergen.
Wheelchair accessTickets for wheelchair spaces (available for Store Scene and Teaterkjelleren but not Lille Scene) should be booked in advance (tel: +47 55 60 70 80)
No lift to upper floor
Facilities for reduced hearingInduction loops in all auditoriums: please request when booking tickets to ensure seats with optimal hearing conditions
Transport and parkingCars may be driven to the door to drop off or fetch mobility impaired passengers. Parking in Klostergarasjen or in Citypark in Markeveien. Some street parking in the vicinity.
The festival receives government grants from:Arts Council Norway, City of Bergen and Hordaland county.
Office address:Vaskerelvsmauet 6, 5014 Bergen
Postal address: Pb. 183 Sentrum N-5084 BergenTel: +47 55 21 06 30+47 55 21 06 30 Fax + 47 55 21 06 40 email@example.comOrganization number: 955 599 535