It’s one of the best performing arts venues in the UK. This great place houses undeniably genius plays and outstanding actors. If you weren’t fast enough to buy tickets you can still enjoy every play because the theatre broadcasts them live to cinemas.
This opera house is one of the London’s largest performing arts venues. The building is mostly known as “Covent Garden” and is home of the Royal Opera, the Royal Ballet and the ROH Orchestra. The place is open during the day to the general public and offers very informative guided tours.
The Opéra de Paris (Opéra Garnier) is one of the most famous opera houses in the world, a symbol of the era of Napoleon III. The theater opened in 1875 bears the name of its architect, Charles Garnier. The stunning building of Opera Garnier is impressive not only for its magnificent façade but also for its rich interior.
Viennese Burgtheatre at the moment is one of the leading European theatres. It was founded in 1741 by Empress maria-Theresa. Current building was build in 1888. In general the repertoire consisted of classic plays written by world known dramaturgists including Russians.
It’s a great and very detailed reconstruction of the Globe Theatre which was built in 1599 as an open-air theatre. Today this place is really popular with theatre-goers on par with tourists who want to take the Exhibition Tour. There is also a small but beautiful indoor theatre.
The Moulin Rouge is a classic cabaret in Paris and one of the symbols of the French capital, built in 1889 in the red light district. Visitors can see a high-level cabaret show: many artists, singing, the cancan dance, a pool with snakes and matchless women in beautiful dresses.