Taastrup Teater

Taastrup Theatre

The new foyer
Address Kjeld Abels Plads, 2630 Taastrup
Taastrup, Copenhagen
Capacity seats
Opened 1970
Architect COBE
Official website

Taastrup Teater is a theatre in Taastrup in the western suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark.


Taastrup Theatre was founded by a group of local residents in 1970. It received its current name and engaged an artistic director in 1987. The repertoire was also changed.[1]


The theatre is based in a community centre from the 1970s which was expanded several times during the 1990s.

COBE was expanded the theatre with a new foyer. It consists of a curtain that slope away from the existing building. It consists of translucent and clear acrylic triangles which are illuminated by red lights from within when the theatre is sold out.[2]


  1. "Fakta - Taastrup Teater" (in Danish). Realdania. Retrieved 2013-09-26.
  2. "Taastrup Theatre by COBE". Dezeen. Retrieved 2013-09-26.

Coordinates: 55°39′19″N 12°17′44″E / 55.6553°N 12.2956°E / 55.6553; 12.2956

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