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Theater De Maagd

Theater De Maagd tours

 

The Theatre De Maagd in Bergen Op Zoom offers three different tour options.

 

 

City Tour with Theatre De Maagd


Duration: 2 hours

How to book: For tour contact Erik De Rooij by phone at  +31 (0) 164 280 501 or by email 

Cost: €50.00 for group of 10 people, plus €5.00/person over 11 people; €2 (children under 12 years), additional costs of €1 per monument for entrances to St.  Gertrudiskerk, climb De Peperbus, Gevangenpoort, Synagogue, Stadsschouwburg The Virgin and Ravelijn (entrance monuments Free for children upto 12 years)

 

Tailor-Made Tour of Theatre De Maagd

 

Duration: 1 hour

How to book: For tour contact Erik De Rooij by phone at  +31 (0) 164 280 501 or by email 

Cost: €50.00 for group of 10 people, plus €5.00/person over 11 people; €2 (children under 12 years)

 

Technical Tour of Theatre De Maagd

 

Duration: 1 hour

How to book: Technical Tours should be booked directly through the Theatre De Maagd by phone 0164-280525/06-27894936

Cost: €27.50 exclusing VAT, per group (max. 25 persons)

 

 

How to get there

 

The Theatre De Maagd is located in the seaside town of Bergen Op Zoom near the border with Belgium. The town is accessible by car and by most forms of public transport.

 

For further information please see the theatre's website

Nearby

 

The theatres of The Netherlands combine wider European influences with Dutch design to create majestic theatrical architecture in the major cities of Amsterdam and The Hague.

Koninklijke Schouwburg

Koninklijk Theater Carré

Leidse Schouwburg

Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam

 

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Theater De Maagd

Grote Markt 32
Bergen op Zoom
4611 NT
Noord-Brabant
The Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0) 164 280 500

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Theatre De Maagd was originally a church, located in the historic centre of Bergen op Zoom. Opened in 1829, the Heilige Maagdkerk (Holy Virgin Church) was a catholic church in the “Waterstaatstijl” (Water Management Style), a style that developed when engineers for the Ministr of Water Management created designs for subsidised churches. The style of De Maagd is closely linked to neo-classicism.

Towards the end of the 20th century, De Maagd was not in use as a church anymore and a new destination had to be found. Onno-Greinier / Martien van Goor Architects BV submitted plans for restoration and transformation into a theatre, which were accepted and completed in 1990.

The theatre knows a beautiful harmony between the old and the new, with the original structure of the monumental church is still visible. For example in the absis, now rear-stage, the beautiful wall paintings of Joan Colette are still visible. Combined with modern comfort and stagecraft, De Maagd is a unique location which is host to a wide range of performances.

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