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Ivan Dimov Theatre, Haskovo

Haskovo in Haskovo, Bulgaria
van Dimov Theatre is deservedly famous for being one of the most beautiful and contemporary theatres in Bulgaria. The Haskovo-based temple of Melpomene was built in the remote 1926 and underwent a major renovation in 2004 initiated by the municipality of Haskovo. During its years of existence, it has always played a leading role in the town's cultural life.
The Ivan Dimov Theatre in Haskovo has two halls: a large theatre hall with 260 seats and a small puppet theatre hall with 110 seats. Unobstructed access for disabled people is provided. The theatre has a warehouse, an actor's studio, a carpenter's studio, an iron workshop, excellent wardrobe and props.


The two lobbies of the Ivan Dimov Theatre in Haskovo also operate as a permanent art gallery. A Fairy Tales Room is provided for the viewers who have no one to leave their children with during their shows. Before the beginning of each show, a professional pianist contributes to the special atmosphere that has already become emblematic for the place.
Rate: 5/5 of totally 2voted


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