Innsbruck Cellar Theatre

(c) Innsbrucker Kellertheater

Adolf-Pichler-Platz 8

The venue at Adolf-Pichler-Platz 8 has been an established institution in Innsbruck’s cultural life for more than 30 years. Performances are (almost) always from Tuesday to Saturday. Six productions are shown per season, each play runs about 28 times. Including special events, the Innsbruck Kellertheater stages a total of around 200 performances per year. The auditorium has 75 seats.

The programme concentrates on contemporary theatre literature. Occasionally, one or the other adaptation of a classic is also mixed in on stage. The focus is on the individual, the actor, because every theatre is as good as the artists who perform in it.

Information on the programme and ticket reservations can be found on the homepage of the Innsbruck Kellertheater.

House of Music (“Haus der Musik”)

Haus der Musik Innsbruck – Wikipedia

The Haus der Musik now stands where the Stadtsäle were located until 2015. A venue and meeting place for artists, students and music lovers. Several institutions have found a home here, including the Early Music Festival, the Innsbruck branch of the University Mozarteum Salzburg and a regional library for music. Several associations for singing, wind and folk music are also located here. The premises of the house: two concert halls, two auditoriums, two theatre stages, foyers and terraces.

The current programme can be found on the homepage.

Tyrolean Landestheater
(c) Tiroler Landestheater

Tyrolean Landestheater

The Tyrolean Landestheater is the largest theater in Innsbruck and is located in the heart of the Old Town. It has about 800 seats and attracts young and old with a variety of plays, operas, operettas, musicals and dance Theaters.

The Tyrolean Landestheater is a piece of history, which with partly very modern productions which impresses also people who don´t like to go to the theater. The building itself was built in the 17th century, but the name tyrolean Landestheater was create 1945/46. The house is a small piece of history, which Innsbruck could not imagine. At the end of the 1950s, the second playhouse opened the “Kammerspiele”. Very impressive are the self-made materials. Be it carpenters, seamstresses, makeup artist and others. – everything that can be produced by itself is also produced directly from.

Whether you are a theater lover or not, let yourself be surprised by the sparkling creativity and culture. It is advisable to book tickets or at least to see if tickets are still available at the evening ticket. The current program can be found on the Homepage: