Kraljevačko pozorište

Toplice Milana 1, Kraljevo

Kraljevo theatre - the most important information 

Today's theater in Kraljevo was founded in 2001 after a theatrical tradition that has its roots in 1949. The theater is located in the very center of the city and it offers its visitors a diverse repertoire that has achieved significant success at festivals and events over the years.

History of the Kraljevo theatre
From 1949 to 1956, the institution "National Theater Kraljevo" was active and the first season was opened by the drama "Uncle Vanja" directed by Zorica Cemovic-Protic. The theater was left without the financial support of the city in 1956, after the decision of the Ministry of Education. In order for theatrical art not to go out, amateur theater was founded with the name “14. oktobar Kraljevo” which in 1996 regained its professional status. Since 2001, the Kraljevo Theater has become the most active.

The building that houses the theater was built during the 19th century. After Kraljevo was hit by a devastating earthquake in 2010 and left significant damage to the building, it was used only for rehearsals. Due to various accidents that occurred during the renovation process of the building, the theater ensemble was a guest on the stages of other theaters or performed chamber performances. The financial assistance of the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia helped the renovation, which reduced the capacity of the hall and the new life of the theater began at the end of 2017.

Significance of the Kraljevo theatre
  • Regardless of the fact that the ensemble of the Kraljevo Theater is among the smallest in Serbia, theater artists are very successful and they have won awards at prestigious festivals and lead theaters on international stages.
  • In 2019, the National Museum of Kraljevo marked the 70th anniversary of the theater's existence, when the exhibition Under the Raised Curtain, by Mirjana Savic, was organized. 
Repertoire of the Kraljevo theatre
The Kraljevo Theater performs plays for both adults and children, and includes works  from the period of classics to modern ones. .
The repertoire includes:
  • Rumors
  • They suffered
  • Your secret weapon in battle
  • The chicken
  • Lesson
  • Doubt
  • Next idiot
  • Boeing Boeing
  • A grieving family
  • Handwork
  • Pajamas for six
  • A professional
  • Andric or people about whom not much can be said
For the youngest visitors:
  • Pinocchio
  • Nightingale and Chinese emperor
  • Hansel and Gretel
  • The ugly duckling
  • A purple fairy tale
  • Imagination can do anything
  • The Wizard of Oz
  • Nature keepers 
Ticket price
Depending on the show and the day, ticket prices range from 200 dinars to 400 dinars.
  • Children plays - 250 dinars
  • Adult plays - 300 dinars
  • Organized visits for 10 people and more - 200 dinars 
Ticket office working hours
  • Every working day - from 1pm to 7:30pm
  • Weekend - two hours before the show
The most popular performances
In the last two decades, the theater has had the most success with plays for children. Awards at the festivals "Little Joachim" and the Zvezdariste Theater for directing, writing, acting, best play and collective performance of the ensemble were awarded to:
  • The Wizard of Oz
  • Hansel and Gretel
  • Bears and children
  • The ugly duckling
  • A purple fairy tale
How to get to the Kraljevo theatre?
As the theater building is located in the very center of the city, it is easy and quick to walk to it. If you come from the periphery or prefer a drive, you can use the taxi vehicles that are always available.
  • Taxi station: Bond taxi - 036 317911; As taxi 036 323323; Tref Taxi KV 036 323232; Mega Taxi KV 036 303303
  • By bus: Near the theater is the Main Bus Station to which most public transport lines run 


Type of Attractions
  • Brige
  • Museum


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