Silk Theatre

In the center of Tbilisi, near Heroes Square, sits a 19th-century silk-spinning factory from the Soviet period which is now mainly dedicated to art.

What Will You See at Silk Theatre?

The Silk Theatre got its name from its distinctive location and was opened in 2010 by the famous Georgian director, Robert Sturua, with the play “Kalasi”. Afterward, the great maestro returned to the Rustaveli Theatre, and the theatre stayed in Silk Factory Studio and became a platform for young stage talents.

Besides shows, there are various performances, rehearsals, workshops, and meetings at the theater from time to time. The space hosts up to 200 guests.

Enter the theater through the grand foyer, and sit and drink a cup of coffee at the café both before and after the show, to ponder your impressions.

The Silk Theater’s repertoire includes “Without Commentary”, “Shinel” (“The Cloak”), “Georgia”, “Symbiosis”, “Voyager”, and “The House”, which have already gained the appreciation of numerous viewers.

If you come to the theater a little before the show, you can see the works of Georgian and foreign artists at the Silk Gallery on the same floor. The Silk Gallery always has great exhibitions and is familiar to fine art lovers and gallery owners.


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