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  • Debut of a Theatre

    Extension and Modernization of the Croatian Theatre in Pécs

    Architect: László Csatai
    Text: Katalin Getto
    Photos: Tibor Zsitva

    The building of the Croatian Theatre in Pécs as well as the yard belonging to it have been an emblematic cultural venue of the city for over four decades now. Located in Anna Street, a quiet side street off the main square, this two-storey building originally built for the middle class bears late Art Nouveau style characteristics. Its courtile, the legendary „Anna yard” was one of the open-air venues of the Pécs Summer Theatre events started in 1977. From 1982 on it was the site of the Minor Theatre of Pécs, as well as the Croatian Theatre as one of its departments, which grew independent in 1992 and came in possession of the building too. By spring this year the reconstruction and modernization of the theatre was finished at last. As a result, the floor area of the building has been extended to almost 1,200 square metres, and it houses the auditorium, the foyer, the café, a store for stage props, offices with appropriate conditions, as well as five spare rooms reserved for visiting artists.

    Architect: László Csatai – Csatai Építész Iroda Kft.
    Fellow architects: Zoltán Bánfalvi , Dr. Ákos Dávid Hoffecker, Dr. Ferenc Lőke
    Interiors: László Rádóczy (f). – Pécsépterv Stúdió Kft.
    Structure: József Maros , Ágnes Motyovszki – Marosterv Mérnöki Iroda Kft.
    HVAC: Zsolt Eördögh – Hevaszer Kft.
    Electrical engineering: Tibor Vas – ELVÉ 2004 Mérnökiroda Kft.; Péter Gungl – TG NetCom Kft.