Rooseveltova 1–7, Brno

Evening box office: +420 542 158 345 – open 45 minutes before shows



The Janáček Theatre is the youngest of the three buildings of the National Theatre Brno. It was designed by Otakar Oplatek and Jan Víšek and opened on 2 October 1965. The size makes it one of the largest theatres in Europe and from the start it was planned for big opera and ballet performances. It is one of the purest examples of the so-called Brussels style typical for Czechoslovakia at the turn of the 1950s and 1960s. In 2016-2017, after more than fifty years, the building underwent a general reconstruction which returned the original lustre and carries it into the 21st century.



Wheelchair access is from the underground JD Parking garages, by the lift to the ground floor. There is also a cloakroom on the ground floor where you will be served with priority. An accessible toilet is located on the ground floor of the Janáček Theatre, left of the cloakroom, and also in the basement, in the passageway from the car park to the Janáček Theatre. Auditorium seats are on the ground floor, at row 6 on the right and left, two on each side.
Information for hearing impaired people: The Janáček Theatre has a UHF system, details available from the auditorium inspector.
In the event of any problems, please contact the auditorium inspector at +420 605 713 728.



Tram No. 1,3,4,5,6,9,11,12

Trolleybus No. 32, 34, 36

Bus No. 81, 82, 67

The building is about a 10-minute walk from the train station