Théâtre Royal des Galeries

Brussels, Belgium

Théâtre Royal des Galeries

The Théâtre royal des Galeries is a theatre in Brussels subsidized by the French Community of Belgium (Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles in French), located in the Saint-Hubert Royal Galleries. It opened in 1847 and has continuously hosted theatrical activities ever since.

The Théâtre royal des Galeries was the first theater to host the play adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables in 1863, which at the time was banned in France.

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