It is show time once again for the Stadsschouwburg in Utrecht. After two years of renovating, the theatre will draw open its curtains this month and offer the public a renewed cultural experience, presenting a diverse programme in a modernised building that is ready for the future.

Built in the early 1940s by the famous Dutch architect Willem Dudok, the Stadsschouwburg in Utrecht has always been one of the city’s highlights. Named a National Monument in 2009, the theatre is situated on the edge of the city centre.