The ticket office is located at Teatergaden, to the right of the main entrance of the theatre
Our ticket office is open Monday to Friday from noon til 16 o´clock.
We are also available 1 hour prior to perfomances for additional ticket sales.
The Theater is closed for the summer from June 24 - August 6
Phone lines are open Monday to Friday 12-16
Tickets and requests: 7021 3021
Group orders: 7020 4292
Students and people under 25 can purchase tickets to any perfomance Monday to Thursday at just 50 DKK. Select seats only on Store Scene.
The grand stage is our largest venue and often the centerpiece of great musicals and lavish dramas. Prices vary from 115 - 455 DKK.
Our second largest stage often offers new and classic dramatic plays. Prices vary from 230-270 DKK.
Our two intimate venues is for the experiments, first time performances of newly written plays and examinations of theatre. Prices are set at 95 DKK.
The historic building
Aarhus Teater was built in the 1890s at the initiative of the citizens of Aarhus. The building is an architectonic gem of the Jugend style. It was inaugurated on September 15 in 1900 and was named a preserved landmark in 1990.
The theatre has kept is original grandeur as a cultural powerhouse in the secondlargest city of Denmark.
Aarhus Teater was designed by Hack Kampmann, who also was responsible for the royal residence Marselisborg Slot and several other significant buildings of the age in Aarhus.
The elaborate interior decorations was created by the artist Karl Hansen-Reistrup, while the frieze depicting characters from plays by Ludvig Holberg was created by Professor Hans Tegner
The theatre contains 4 stages with a total capacity of 1200 seats.
Being a theatre of and for the people, we offer a wide variety of performances from August - June.
Most performances are aimed at a local audience and performed in Danish with no surtitles.
As a proud contributer to Aarhus2017 and in consideration of the international guests in the region, we offer surtitles on select shows and aim to present select perfomances that transcend language barriers.
For performances deemed accessible to an international audience: click here