Royal Theatre Carré
Neo-Renaissance theatre located near the Amstel river
Royal Theatre Carré opened its doors for the first time on 3 December 1887. The majestic building on the banks of the Amstel, built as a circus theatre, grew to become the country's most famous theatre and venue for cabaret, theatre, music, ballet, musicals and, happily, still for the circus as well. After all these years, the history of Carré is still very palpable while, at the same time, there is an ultramodern theatre behind the scenes.
Opening TimesCallcenter (0900-2525255)
Monday to Friday: 9am - 9pm
Saturday to Sunday: 10am - 8pm
Daily: 4pm - 6pm (or to showtime).
When there are no shows during a holiday the box office is closed.
Entrance PricesTicket prices differ per show and seat. Visit the website of Royal Theatre Carré for more information.
Amstel 115,1018 EM Amsterdam