Opera

Il barbiere di Siviglia

Gioachino Rossini

G. Rossini

The National Theatre
For the whole family
Comedy
Popular title
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Due to the government shutdown are the box offices of the National Theatre closed from 27th of December, 2020.

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  • April
  • May
    April 2021

    Thursday 22. 4.
    19:00

    Booking not started yet

    1. premiere
    Premiere

    Saturday 24. 4.
    19:00

    Booking not started yet

    2. premiere
    Premiere

    Thursday 29. 4.
    19:00

    Ticket sales suspended

    For the whole family
    Comedy
    Popular title
    May 2021

    Wednesday 12. 5.
    19:00

    Ticket sales suspended

    For the whole family
    Comedy
    Popular title

    Saturday 22. 5.
    14:00

    Ticket sales suspended

    For the whole family
    Comedy
    Popular title

    Basic information

    Venue

    The National Theatre

    Approximate running time

    2 hours 20 minutes, no intermission

    Cast

    • 2020-2021

    Creatives

    Stage director
    Magdalena Švecová
    Lighting design
    Pavla Beranová
    Chorus master
    Pavel Vaněk
    Dramaturgy
    Beno Blachut

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    Practical information

    Where to buy tickets

    When purchasing online, we will send you an E-ticket by e-mail. You can pick up printed tickets in person at any of our box offices.

    Parking at the National Theater

    While visiting The National Theatre and the New Stage You can use nearby secure car parks:
    Kotva department store (Revoluční 1/655, Prague 1), then walk along Králodvorská street to Ovocný trh.
    Palladium department store (Na Poříčí 1079/3a, Prague 1), then walk along Králodvorská street to Ovocný trh, or to the Powder Gate through Celetná street to Ovocný trh.

    From the beginning of April 2020, the underground car park is closed due to reconstruction. The length of the reconstruction is estimated at a year and a half.

     

    What to wear?

    By their appearance, attire and behaviour, the audience is obliged to adhere to the accustomed practice expected from them when attending a theatre performance.