Agder Theatre in Kristiansand was established in 1991 and
gained status as a regional theatre in January 1995, and is
therefore Norways youngest regional theatre.
The theatre is based in Kristiansand, but also has a spectacular outdoor venue in Fjæreheia, an old quarry situated on the outskirts of Grimstad.
Agder Theatre is owned by Kristiansand Kommune, Vest-Agder Fylkeskommune, Aust-Agder Fylkeskommune and Grimstad Kommune.
The Agder theatre in Kristiansand has 3 stages -
hovedscenen seats 466
biscenen seats 145
intimscenen seats 104
The editor from this Kristiansand Norway website took his kids to see a puppetry play and they loved it. Very entertaining. Even if the puppetry show is in Norwegian, your kids will still enjoy the experience.
Ticket Office: (+47) 38 02 43 00
(11.00-19.00) Mon. - Fri.
Switchboard: (+47) 38 07 70 50
(09.00-15.30) Mon. - Fri.
Kongens gate 2
The current theatre manager is Ingrid Forthun.
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