Theatre venues

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Cankarjev dom, Cultural and Congress Centre


Cankarjev dom Cultural and Congress Centre 2013 01.jpgCankarjev dom, Cultural and Congress Centre with a monument to Ivan Cankar (by Slavko Tihec) on the main platform, 2013. The centre was designed by Slovenian architect Edvard Ravnikar in 1977, and constructed in the early 1980s.

Cankarjev dom (CD) in Ljubljana is the country's largest cultural and congress centre, and one of the largest in the Balkan and SEE region. It provides around 36,000 square metres of space, and holds over 1,200 events annually. CD opened in 1980 and was the last part of the Revolution Square (Trg revolucije) complex to be completed. Like the rest of the complex, it was designed by renowned Slovenian architect Edvard Ravnikar, who had been a student of Jože Plečnik and, briefly, Le Corbusier in the late 1930s.

In common with most state-funded national cultural centres elsewhere in the world, CD provides a space for almost all major art forms, with a particular emphasis on music and the performing arts. It is also Slovenia's premier conference and convention centre.

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Križanke


Krizanke 2005 rehearsal Photo Sl-Ziga.JPGRehearsal with RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra and conductor David DeVilliers at the Križanke open theatre in Ljubljana (2005) Križanke rehearsal, 2005. Photo Sl-Ziga

The architectural complex of Križanke is one of the most popular (as well as most prestigious) open-air venues for performing arts in Ljubljana. It was created by Jože Plečnik in the 1950s within the abandoned former monastery especially for the Ljubljana Festival. With the major events held on its Open-air Stage, other Križanke venues include the amphitheatre-like southern courtyard with its vast retractable canopy, the Baroque-style Križanke Church, the Knight's Hall (Viteška dvorana) and the co-called "Infernal Courtyard" (Peklensko dvorišče).

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Krizanke 2005 rehearsal Photo Sl-Ziga.JPG Križanke rehearsal, 2005. Photo Sl-Ziga

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