Théâtre National, which was opened in November 2004, is located in the heart of Brussels. Its director, Fabrice Murgia, wants it to be a community, national and European theatre – and a contemporary one. With its glass facade looking out over the city, it is the ideal location for theatre which boldly confronts today's world.


Emile Jacqmainlaan 115 Bld Emile Jacqmain
1000 Brussels

How to get there?

Public transport

Metro: 1-5 (De Brouckère) 2-6 (Rogier)
Tram: 3-4 (De Brouckère, Rogier)