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    Performances cancelled!

    Tickets will be exchanged or refunded!

  • estonia_maja

    Performances cancelled!

    Changed programme from May 1!

  • estonia_maja

    Performances cancelled!

    Tickets will be exchanged or refunded!

  • estonia_maja

    Performances cancelled!

    Changed programme from May 1!

News

  • Winners of the Annual Theatre Award announced

    27.03.2020 / Leenu Nigu

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    Yesterday, on the eve of World Theatre Day the winners of the Annual Theatre Award were announced! The following people from Estonian National Opera and Ballet received the annual awards: Kristel Pärtna – music award …

  • Estonian National Opera announces new programme for May and June 2020

    23.03.2020 / Alisson Kruusmaa

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    From March 13 all Estonian National Opera performances, excursions and educational projects are cancelled due to the national state of emergency declared by the Estonian government in regard to COVID-19 virus spread. All theatre events …

  • Estonian National Opera performances are cancelled

    13.03.2020 / Alisson Kruusmaa

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    From March 13 all Estonian National Opera performances, excursions and educational projects are cancelled due to the national state of emergency declared by the Estonian government in regard to COVID-19 virus spread. All theatre events …

  • Nominees for the Annual Theatre Awards announced!

    28.02.2020 / Alisson Kruusmaa

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    The Estonian Theatre Association disclosed the nominees for the Annual Theatre Awards for the work done in 2019. The winners will be awarded at the celebration of the World Theatre Day on March 27 in …

Opera House

The Jugend-classicistic theatre building designed by Finnish architects Armas Lindgren and Wivi Lönn was the largest building in the early 20th century Tallinn. One side of the two-wing building was intended for a theatre and the other for a concert hall. This is so also today. Between the magnificent flanks was a lower part which housed a restaurant (the White Hall) and a cloistered inner court which gave colour to the building. The theatre and concert building was inaugurated on 24 August 1913. Sculptor August Weizenberg donated to the new theatre two of his most stunning marble sculptures, “Koit” (Dawn) and “Hämarik” (Dusk) which decorated the Red Hall of the theatre.

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