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Sentrum Scene

Sentrum Scene Photo: Sentrum Scene
Sentrum Scene Photo: Sentrum Scene

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Large venue in functional style, used for concerts, shows, congresses, lectures, parties, film screenings and private events.

Sentrum Scene was originally built as a cinema, and has capacity for up to 1,750 standing spectators and up to 1,000 people seated theater-style.

The premises is also suitable for 200-1,000 standing diners and formal (og informal) dinners for groups of 50-500 persons. Sentrum Scene can assist with the organisation of all kinds of events, and can provide both presenters and entertainment.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • conference facilities
    • course facilities
  • Conference facilities

    • function rooms
    • conference rooms

Transportation


Transport > Brugata/Storgata
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Sentrum Scene

Large venue in functional style, used for concerts, shows, congresses, lectures, parties, film screenings and private events. Sentrum Scene was...

Sentrum Scene

Source: Visitnorway

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