The Municipal Theater of Tunis is one of the most beautiful Art Deco buildings in the capital city. The magnificent sculpted façade festooned with balconies stands right on the Bourguiba Avenue. The theater was first inaugurated in 1902. It was designed by the French architect Resplendy and is still nicknamed the Bonbonnière Resplendy. During the French Protectorate, it hosted many famous French theater stars. Visits are not allowed but this bright building hosts operas, classical music concerts, theater plays and dance shows. Information about the programming can be found in the daily newspapersLa Presse or Le Temps. N.L.
Attractions & Landmarks, Classical
- Nearest Train: Métro Léger (Tram) : Station Place Barcelone