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Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria

Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria Photo: Nasjonal jazzscene/Francesco Saggio Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria Photo: Nasjonal jazzscene/Francesco Saggio Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria Photo: Nasjonal jazzscene/Francesco Saggio
Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria Photo: Nasjonal jazzscene/Francesco Saggio
Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria Photo: Nasjonal jazzscene/Francesco Saggio
Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria Photo: Nasjonal jazzscene/Francesco Saggio

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National jazz stage at Victoria, an old movie theatre on Karl Johans gate, the main street of Oslo.

The concert programme is modern and eclectic, with the best of Norwegian and international jazz related stars on stage. Victoria hosts concerts several nights every week.

The venue is rigged with café tables closest to the stage and a four-level sofa amphitheatre in the back. In addition there are galleries on each side, so visibility to the stage is good from all angles.

The bar serves a good selection of wine, beer and alcohol-free drinks. Victoria does not serve food.

Toilets accessible for people with disabilities.
Flexible furniture plan that accomodates wheelchairs.

Victoria is in the Norwegian accompanying scheme. Attendants should contact Victoria at the time of ticket purchase.

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Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria

National jazz stage at Victoria, an old movie theatre on Karl Johans gate, the main street of Oslo. The concert programme is modern and eclectic,...

Nasjonal jazzscene Victoria

Source: Visitnorway

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