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Hybernia Theatre
Old Town, Prague 1

Hybernia Theatre
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Performances Ballet & Classical Concerts
Air conditioning Yes
Elevator/Lift Yes
Wheelchair Access Yes - more info
Dress Code Recommendations No official dress code. Attire is mostly smart casual
Address of Hybernia Theatre
Hybernia Theatre
Republic Square 4, Old Town, Prague 1, Czech Republic
Public transport to get to Hybernia Theatre
Metro station: Namesti Republiky (line B)
Tram stop: Namesti Republiky (trams 6, 8, 15, 26)
Places of interest near to Hybernia Theatre
- Old Town Square
- Wenceslas Square
- Municipal House
- Francouzska Restaurant
- Plzenska Czech Restaurant
- Medieval Tavern
- Indian Jewel Restaurant
- La Casa Argentina Restaurant & Bar
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Hybernia Theatre in Prague presents a varied programme of ballet, classical concerts and theatre performances.

Hybernia is situated on Republic Square (Náměstí Republiky), opposite Municipal House, and is a few minutes walk from both the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.

Hybernia Theatre opened in 2006 to much acclaim, following a major reconstruction project that transformed a former art gallery and customs house, into a modern air-conditioned theatre with fine acoustics.

Hybernia is a smaller theatre than many, and more recently designed, so there are good views of the stage from all seating areas.

Facilities include easily accessible toilets spread around the building, a cloakroom and several bars which serve reasonably priced drinks before, during and after performances.

Hybernia Theatre stands on the site of a former Benedictine church. The property was given to Irish Franciscans who were expelled from their country by Queen Elizabeth I in 1630. The Latin word for Ireland is Hybernia, from where the theatre gains its name.

For listings and to book tickets for Hybernia: Prague concerts & ballet.


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