Divadlo International Theatre Festival

11 Sep 2024 - 19 Sep 2024
Plzeň, Czechia

Divadlo International Theatre Festival has become the most significant theatre project in the Czech Republic and for more than 30 years it has been renowned as an important theatre festival in Central Europe. It has developed as an encounter platform for theatre professionals and artists from both European and other countries.

Festival aims:

1- To present a showcase of the Czech theatre

2-To introduce outstanding and remarkable international productions together with a selection of Czech productions, focusing on a wide range of topics and taking various forms (drama, musical, dance, puppet or street theatre).

3- To offer a platform where Czech professional theatre meets top international productions, in particular from European countries; to acquaint the Czech audience, including both theatre professionals and spectators, with the latest trends in the European and world theatre, and thus to contribute to our closer integration into the European structures.

4- To create a space where theatre professionals can meet and exchange their experience.

International collaboration

International collaboration between countries, in particular the members of the Visegrád Group and other European countries, through Ministries of Culture, cultural centres and other institutions (The Hungarian Cultural Centre, The British Council, The Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands, The French Institute, Goethe-Institut, The Italian Cultural Centre, The Netherlands Theatre Institute, The Polish Institute, The Slovak Cultural Centre, Administration of Prague Castle, etc.)

Traditional collaboration with European countries (United Kingdom, France, Russia, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, etc.

Practical info

Pricerange per day

Under 10 euro


Partner hotel

Main target group

25 - 50 y/o , Above 50 y/o

Directions & transport

Train/tram/bus , Shuttle service


City center

Average attendence per day

2000 to 10.000 attendees

Art disciplines


Support for disabled people