The first known theatre performance in Mariánské Lázně was played in a provisional wooden pavilion in the open air, said to be performed on 14th June in 1820. In 1868 F. Zickler built the original theatre building in the Neo-Renaissance style and a festive opening took place on 8th August.
The last of the mohicans, typical czech 90's rock club with great atmosphere and vibe of south american bar. If you want to rock, drink and smoke, you will love it here.
In 2010 the cinema Slavia underwent a large technical modernization. This upgrade included acquiring new equipment for both audio and video including 3D technology. This was the first single auditorium cinema in the Czech Republic to instal the most up to date Dolby Surround 7.1 audio system. The interior of the cinema was totally renovated.
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to groove in D-Club. In Addition to classic weekend dance parties you can party here with leading Czech and Slovak dance, pop and rap artists.
Gallery Atrium – Hotel Hvězda
Gallery in the atrium of the Hotel Hvězda, opening every first Tuesday of the month, entry free.
In the Town Museum, you can every month look forward to a new exhibition.
West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra
In the beautiful Mariánské Lázně in the very heart of Europe resides the oldest symphony orchestra in the Czech lands, the West-Bohemian Symphony Orchestra. Its history is connected with the opening of the local spa, with 1821 being the year that a permanent ensemble was founded.