An out-of-place theatre.

Polish immigrant Abraham Tuschinski built this theatre in the district of Duivelshoek (corner of the Devil). It was a sensation at its inauguration in 1921 and is currently a cinema.
Its architecture is a surprising cocktail of Art Deco and Hollywood kitsch, which is of course quite out of place in Rembrandt Square. The original interior was respected during the remodelling to convert it to a cinema.

Today, guided tours allow visitors to learn about its history and discover its unusual characteristics, but better still is to go and see a film there, particularly in the large room, the most typical.

All year long :
    Every day, from 09:00 to 22:00

Admission prices :
    Full price : 11 €
    Children up to 11 years : 6 €
    Reduced price from 12 to 17 years : 9 €
    Reduced price doors open at 65 years : 9 €
    Students : 9 €

Reguliersbreestraat 26-34
1017 Amsterdam

Phone number
00 31 20 428 1060


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