“Baltic House” theater (Балтийский Дом) is one of the most popular theaters of Saint Petersburg. At the theater, there are held performances of classical and contemporary repertoire.
The theatre was started in 1936 as the “Memorial Lenin Komsomol Theater” and was renamed “Baltic House” in 1991. The theater was renamed again in 2000 to its current name, “Baltic House Festival Theatre”.
Theater is the founder of the International Theatre Festival “Baltic House”.
Also theater stage hosts international theater festivals:
- “Meetings in Russia” festival.
- Festival of solo performances “Monocle”.
- Baltic Cities Festival (Cultural capitals of the Baltic region).
The theater building was constructed in 1939. The building has two auditoriums for 124 and 870 seats.
Address: St. Petersburg, Russia, Alexandrovsky Park, 4.
Nearest metro station: "Gorkovskaya".