About us

Still alive after a hundred years and going stronger than ever!

Right in heart of Malmö, both physically and metaphorically. Victoriateatern is located right on the main pedestrian street in the center of Malmo. A 100 year old venue with an exciting history. Victoriateatern is today a modern cultural center with a wide range of performances that has something to offer most audiences. It is a well respected live stage both nationally and internationally with a program that ranges from blues and jazz to pop, rock, world and folk music, as well as stand up, theatre and performance. Always striving to widen the range of what’s on offer.

The Cultural Association

Kulturföreningen Kontrast is the non-profit association that has stood behind the Victorian theater since 1982.

Click here to find out who is on the board, find contact details for the member responsible, read the annual report and report of the company.

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The history of Victoria

It started out as a movie theater. On September 9, 1912, architect and builder Axel Stenberg opened the gates to the Victorian Theater for the first time.

Inspired by Stora Biografteatern, Stenberg had built Malmö's largest and grandest cinema.

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Press, media and marketing

Are you a member of the press?

Here you can sign up for our press releases and find contact details to the Communications Manager who can help you with your questions regarding accreditation, interviews etc.

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Organizer info

Play on our stage, organize a market or rent the theater?

Here you can read more about booking, load in, technical equipment picture and sound recording for those who are going to or want to arrange with us.

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Contact us

For questions regarding tickets and ticket purshases please contact our ticket office at Kulturcentralen: 040-10 30 20.

Here you can find contact information for the staff working with operations, programming, tech and marketing.

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Integrity Policy

Here you can read our policy for handling personal data. As of May 25, 2018, the EU's new data protection regulation applies the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which entails, among other things, stricter requirements for the handling of personal data (in Swedish).

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