The National Theatre Scene Bergen (DNS / Den Nationale Scene) is Norway’s oldest theatre, celebrated in year 2001 it’s 150 anniversary. It was founded by the musician Ole Bull to develop Norwegian playwrights and Henrik Ibsen was one of the first writer-in-residences and art-directors of the theatre.
It has a good reputation for bringing on both contemporary and classical theatre with a close connection to foreign theatre-countries during the time. The theatre is situated in a beautiful art noveau building, from 1909, in the middle of the city of Bergen, Norway’s second biggest city.
There are 3 different stages/venues, around 150 people employed and a company of 40 actors. The season from September to June consists of around 15 productions on the 3 stages/venues.
|Location:||Center of Bergen.|
|Telephone:||+47 55 54 97 00.|