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Hybernia Theatre
Old Town, Prague 1

Hybernia Theatre
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performances
Ballet
Dress Code
No official dress code. Most people dress smart casual
air conditioning available at the venue Yes
elevator/lift available at the venue Yes
wheelchair access available at the venue
Yes - more info
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
-Municipal House Restaurant
-Plzenska Czech Restaurant
-Medieval Tavern
-Indian Jewel Restaurant
-La Casa Argentina Restaurant & Bar
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map showing Hybernia Theatre in Prague button to book opera & concerts
Hybernia Theatre in Prague specialises in ballet productions. Performances include Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, and around Christmastime, The Nutcracker.

Hybernia is situated on Republic Square (Náměstí Republiky) in the city centre, opposite Municipal House. It is just a few minutes walk from 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.

The theatre boasts good views of the stage from all seating areas and fine acoustics.

Facilities include easily accessible toilets spread around the building, a cloakroom, and several bars that are open 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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