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1st Public Hall

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1st Public Hall

(Youth Theatre, Philharmonic Hall)

The Public Hall was constructed by architect Vladimir Rassushin in 1891, when the city was preparing to welcome Prince Nicolas. In March 1897 the Irkutsk residents watched their first movie here. All public events – theatre performances, balls and official routs — took place here. After the civil war a People’s House was opened here. Since 1928 it has housed a theatre. For many years it was a musical theatre where operas and musicals were shown. Nowadays a branch of the Youth Theatre and Philharmonic Hall reside in the two wings of the building. Lenin's street, 23

 
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