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New theatre was opened on 18th of December 1910 and named «Palas-theatre», here were performed operettas with participation of best actors of the capital: M. Rahmanova, V. Kavetzkaya, E. Zbrozhek-Pashkovskaya, A. Bragina, M. Rostovtzeva, U...more
Italyanskaya St., 13, St. Petersburg 191186, Russia
The place itself is a actually a nice theatre - don't mind the name, this place is quaint, intimate and was good for the ballet.
Be careful booking tickets through online agencies (we used billeur.ru) and they were good, however I am pretty sure that...More
A trip to Russia would not be complete without a visit to the ballet...my husband even enjoyed it!! It truly was a experience, the beautiful theatre in all its grandure and the very talented dancers made it a memorable evening. I should add that we...More
I am not a Ballet lover , however had to go to see Swan Lake while in St Petersburg.
When in Russia it's a must to go to see the Ballet at least the once.
Totally worth the effort, the dancers were outstanding,also a live...More
We were on a Baltic cruise and during our 2 days in St Petersburg saw Swan Lake at the Palace Theatre on the first evening. Lovely auditorium, we were lucky enough to have a box. Decor throughout we thought was very nice. Thoroughly enjoyed the...More
We have just returned from St Petersburg having seen Swan Lake at the Theatre of Musical Comedy, the only one which fitted into our schedule. The theatre was half empty adding little to the overall atmosphere and it appeared that it was just for tourists...More
This theatre was a 5 minute walk from our hotel (Grand Hotel Europe) and the only running ballet company at the time. It seems that all others were on vacation. The inside of the theatre is pretty, not too fancy. We saw Swan Lake and...More