Zelný trh 4, Brno

Evening box office: +420 542 424 560 – open 45 minutes before shows



Reduta is the oldest theatre building in Central Europe, which has undergone many changes since 1640. It succumbed to four devastating fires and it was rebuilt countless times. In 1993 it was closed due to critical condition. After a reconstruction that took several years, it was reopened in October 2005 and today it represents a unique combination of the original architectural features and modern interior with technical equipment.



There is wheelchair access from Zelný trh to the lift. The lift will take you to the first floor, right in front of the theatre auditorium with a wheelchair area right by the entrance. Accessible toilet is located on the ground floor and on the first floor. The cloakroom is to the left of the entrance.

Information for hearing impaired people: The Reduta Theatre has an induction loop. The induction loop is available in the theatre auditorium from row 4 to row 13.
In the event of any problems, please contact the auditorium inspector at +420 605 713 728



Tram No. 4, 9

The Reduta Theatre is located at Zelný trh, about a 5-minute walk from the Brno central train station.