Baltic house

Baltic house

The history of the theater began in 1936, when it became Leningrad State theatre named after Lenin Komsomol (now — Theatre-festival "Baltic house"). The founders of the theater has set an ambitious goal: to make theatre modern, relevant and interesting to the viewer, while maintaining the best traditions of Russian theatre school. From the first days of its existence "Lenkom" has become a center of modern theatrical art of the city on the Neva.

Aleksandrovskiy Park, 4, Saint Petersburg on map

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