Jugoslovensko dramsko pozorište

Kralja Milana 50, Belgrade

Yugoslav Drama Theater - the most important information

The Yugoslav Drama Theater completes the capital of Serbia. It is a member of the European Theater Convention and is one of the most important theaters in Europe. Many important actors from Zagreb, Ljubljana and Novi Sad have been invited to be part of this project.

History of the Yugoslav Drama Theater
It was founded in 1947. Fifty years later, the Great Stage burned down, and then the theater was left without a make-up room, bathroom, library and wardrobe. It was renovated on May 23, 2003 and opened with the premiere of the play Patriots, by Jovan Sterija Popovic. The external walls are made of reinforced concrete, while the main facade is covered with a glass wall-curtain. JDP Studio was opened in 2004 for chamber and experimental performances, for 112 spectators.

What to see in the Yugoslav Drama Theater?
The Yugoslav Drama Theater has three stages. The Ljuba Tadic stage receives 586 spectators. In this theater you have the opportunity to watch performances by the best actors, of different generations. The plays you can watch are:
  • Uncle Vanja,
  • Offshore,
  • Alice in Wonderland,
  • Wide country
How to get to the Yugoslav Drama Theater?
It is located in Belgrade, at 50 Kralja Milana Street. If you decide to walk, from Slavija Square, it will take you 5 minutes, and from Cvetni Square 3 minutes. You can also come:
  • By bus: 23, 39, 56, 78, 83
  • By car - from Kneza Milosa Street, you will need two minutes.
Working time
The ticket office is open every working day and on weekends from 10 am to 3 pm and on Sundays from 6 pm to 8 pm. For all additional information, you can call the numbers: +381 11 3061 957; +381 11 2644 447


Type of Attractions
  • Brige
  • Museum


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