Cairo Opera House - Performance Spaces

Performance Spaces

  • Main Hall: Seats 1,300 people in its four levels, including orchestra seating, three tiers and a presidential box. Used for operas and orchestra and ballet performances
  • Small Hall: Seats up to 500 people on a single floor; used for chamber music and recitals. Can double as a very large reception hall for important events.
  • Open-air Theatre: Acoustically designed square shaped stage used for outdoor performances, seats 600 people.

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