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The Těšín Theatre

Český Těšín, Ostravská 1326/67

The Těšín Theatre is unique among Czech theatres as it combines ensembles from two different nationalities – it has both a Czech and a Polish theatre.

The Beskydské Theatre

Nový Jičín, Divadelní 873/5

This theatre offers a wide range of genres, from opera to musicals and experimental projects.

The Silesian Theatre

Slezské divadlo

Opava, Horní náměstí 195/13

Today, the Silesian Theatre in Opava has two ensembles – drama and opera. Opera includes a ballet ensemble which also has its own ballet performances.

The Aréna Chamber Theatre

Ostrava, 28. října 289/2

The Petr Bezruč Theatre

Ostrava, 28. října 17

Today, the Petr Bezruč Theatre deals with issues associated with the theatre’s location – an industrial agglomeration at the border of three states – and it is trying to draw inspiration from it. In addition to performances by its own ensemble, it features prestigious Czech and foreign theatres every year.

The Jiří Myron Theatre

Ostrava, Čs. legií 148/14

This is part of the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre. The repertoire includes ballet, drama, opera and musical performances.

The Puppet Theatre

Divadlo loutek

Ostrava, Pivovarská 15

The Puppet Theatre in Ostrava is the only professional venue for children.

The Antonín Dvořák Theatre

Divadlo Antonína Dvořáka

Ostrava, Smetanovo náměstí 3104/8a

This is part of the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre. The repertoire includes ballet, drama, opera and musical performances.