Reykjavik City Theatre ranks among Iceland’s oldest and most prestigious cultural institutions. The theatre’s history reaches back across a century and more to when the playhouse was forged in 1897. It is now, alongside the National Theatre of Iceland, one of the two eminent dramatic stages in the nation. Reykjavik City Theatre, as the name suggests, is the municipal theatre of Iceland’s capital city.
The Reykjavik City Theatre employs up to 200 people at any given time. All elements of production take place within the theatre itself, which has its own lighting, sound and multimedia departments, set and props workshops, costume and make-up departments as well as an experienced technical stage crew.
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The image is from Reykjavik City Theatres show The Blue Planet
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