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  • Vahdat Hall

    Vahdat Hall formerly Roudaki Hall is a well-equipped, prestigious and modern venue and a legacy of a prosperous and developing period for Iranian music, dance and performing arts.

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  • Iranshahr theater (Tamashakhaneh Iranshahr)

    Tamashakhaneh Iranshahr Is One of Tehran’s oldest theatres, this beautiful building in peaceful Park-e Honar Mandan always has something (or several things) performing.

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  • Khavaran theater complex

    In Khavaran theater complex (also known as Tehran's Theater Pardis) a main hall with a capacity of 100 seats has been anticipated which is considered the largest theater hall in the country.

    0 comments 177 Visits
  • Sangelaj Hall

    Sangelaj Hall is the first equipped theater hall in Tehran.

    0 comments 132 Visits
  • Theatre Shahr

    Tehran City Theater or Teatr-e Shahr is a performing arts complex in Tehran, Iran.

    0 comments 188 Visits
  • Vahdat Hall

    Vahdat Hall formerly Roudaki Hall is a well-equipped, prestigious and modern venue and a legacy of a prosperous and developing period for Iranian music, dance and performing arts.

    0 comments 810 Visits
  • Iranshahr theater (Tamashakhaneh Iranshahr)

    Tamashakhaneh Iranshahr Is One of Tehran’s oldest theatres, this beautiful building in peaceful Park-e Honar Mandan always has something (or several things) performing.

    0 comments 321 Visits
  • Theatre Shahr

    Tehran City Theater or Teatr-e Shahr is a performing arts complex in Tehran, Iran.

    0 comments 188 Visits
  • Khavaran theater complex

    In Khavaran theater complex (also known as Tehran's Theater Pardis) a main hall with a capacity of 100 seats has been anticipated which is considered the largest theater hall in the country.

    0 comments 177 Visits
  • Sangelaj Hall

    Sangelaj Hall is the first equipped theater hall in Tehran.

    0 comments 132 Visits

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