Is the Belgrade Theatre closed?
Under the current restrictions, indoor live performances are still not permitted to go ahead, and sadly, our continued inability to host shows means that the Belgrade has been forced to make some incredibly difficult decisions in order to ensure that the theatre is still here for 2021 and beyond.
Why is Coventry Theatre called Belgrade?
The Belgrade Theatre was built in 1958 as part of the reconstruction of Coventry after World War II. The Belgrade acquired its name in recognition and thanks for a gift of timber from the Serbian capital city of Belgrade that was used in the construction of the auditorium.
Who owns Belgrade?
Management. The Belgrade is run by the Belgrade Theatre Trust, a registered charity (number 219163) controlled by a board of trustees.
How many seats are in Belgrade Theatre Coventry?
What makes Belgrade truly worth visiting is the fact that it is still very unknown and unexplored for tourists – you can enjoy your holiday without huge crowds around you. If you have never been to the Balkans and you want to start exploring the region – Serbia, and especially Belgrade, is definitely a good start.
Is Belgrade safe?
Belgrade is generally very safe. Its people are very kind and happy to help, and tourists especially shouldn’t encounter any bigger problems in Belgrade. However, like in any other capital, it couldn’t hurt to be extra cautious.
What was Serbia called before?
From 1815 to 1882 the official name for Serbia was the Principality of Serbia, from 1882 to 1918 it was renamed to the Kingdom of Serbia, later from 1945 to 1963, the official name for Serbia was the People’s Republic of Serbia, later renamed the Socialist Republic of Serbia from 1963 to 1990.