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Trøndelag Teater

Trøndelag Teater Photo: Øyvind Schei/ Visit Trondheim Trøndelag Teater Photo: Trøndelag Teater Trøndelag Teater Photo: Trøndelag Teater
Trøndelag Teater Photo: Øyvind Schei/ Visit Trondheim
Trøndelag Teater Photo: Trøndelag Teater
Trøndelag Teater Photo: Trøndelag Teater

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Combine your business-meeting or conference at the theatre with an exiting performance.

We can offer rooms for courses or conferences. Lunch and dinner may be served in our café or in the conference-room.

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Trøndelag Teater - Photo: Øyvind Schei/ Visit Trondheim

Trøndelag Teater

Combine your business-meeting or conference at the theatre with an exiting performance. We can offer rooms for courses or conferences. Lunch and dinne...

Trøndelag Teater

Source: Visitnorway

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