Janáček Theatre was built in the years 1961 to 1965, but the history of its origin goes back to the very beginnings of the National Theatre in Brno - and a history of many years of efforts on the construction of separate buildings representative of Czech theater, the search space, resources and architectural solutions. The monumental building, partly surrounded by a city park, with signs of traditionalism, especially designed for large opera and ballet performances of classical and contemporary repertoire, was inaugurated on October 2, 1965. The auditorium is arranged as a stepped amphitheater. The capacity of the theater hall's 1,055 seats, the hall can be adapted for conferences, meetings and gala concerts. The foyer and first floor can serve as a place for celebratory toasts, banquets and concerts undemanding acoustics. On the first floor of the theater an exhibition space, as well as two lounges - the director's and the Mayor.
Transport & parking
Tram lines 1, 2, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 - tram stop ,, Janáčkovo divadlo" ; Tram lines 3, 5, 9 - tram stop ,,Moravské náměstí"
Bus lines 67, 92, 93 - bus stop ,,Moravské náměstí"
Parking- Paid parking near the theater- st. Za divadlem ; parking house near Janáček's Theatre