More about Amare
How is the construction of Amare coming along? Cadanz shares which activities will be carried out in April at the construction site on Spuiplein.
Every now and then, we get to take a peek inside the beautiful building on Spuiplein. It would be a shame not to share the pictures!
Three new, highly qualified members joined the Supervisory Council of Stichting Amare in January 2021.
What can we expect to see on Amare’s stages after it opens? Head of programming Geesje Prins and her colleagues are already working hard to prepare the programme from September 2021 on. Prins looks ahead with us and tells us more about the cornerstones of Amare’s programme, the many spots for public performances in Amare and the opening programme for the 2021-2022 season.
In September 2021, Amare will open its doors: a new cultural centre on Spui in The Hague. With four grand halls and a surface area of seven and a half football fields, it promises to be the ultimate place to experience theatre, dance, concerts and other outstanding performing arts.
Why the name ‘Amare’ for an OCC – an Onderwijs en Cultuurcentrum, or Centre for Education and Culture – built in the centre of The Hague? In fact, choosing a name for such a multifaceted centre was a long and complicated process.