Théâtre De L'heure Bleue is a neo-Baroque theatre in the Italian style that has preserved its original appearance. It was built in 1837 to plans by Peter Jakob Meinrad Felber and renovated between 2001 and 2003 under the direction of Pierre Minder. With about 500 seats it has a very intimate atmosphere. The ceiling of the theater is decorated with 12 vellum panels featuring the nine muses and allegories painted by Georges Och and Jean-Louis Chenillon. After having been covered with musical cherubs in 1899, eleven of them have been restored during the renovations and are now displayed again !
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L'Heure bleue
L'Heure bleue
L'Heure bleue
L'Heure bleue
L'Heure bleue
L'Heure bleue
L'Heure bleue
L'Heure bleue
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L'Heure bleue
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