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Photo courtesy of Joakim Bratlie
A Night at Ibsen's Main StageOslo’s main theatre opened its doors in 1899, featuring plays by Bjørnson, Holberg, and Ibsen, and as a consequence put Norwegian plays on the map, so to speak.
The theatre still preforms all the old classics as well as exciting new plays. Nationaltheatret came to be Ibsens theatre, and attracted, and indeed still attracts, most of Norway’s actors of repute.
Located by the high street Karl Johan en route to the Royal Palace, it’s strategically placed close to lots of other interesting highlights as well!