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Georgian dramatic art takes beginning in the 19th century. The founder is considered to be writer, translator and theatrical figure George Eristavi (1811-1864). Nowadays There are about 20 theaters functioning in Tbilisi. The most visited are Academic theater of opera and ballet named after Z. Paliashvili, State academic dramatic theatre named after Sh. Rustaveli, Dramatic theatre named after K. Marjanishvili.

Theater Tickets: Tickets for popular events still are sold out weeks in advance. Most Georgians buy them right at the box office, at the theaters.

Nowadays you can also order tickets through the internet.

At the Theater: The theater and ballet begin between 19:00-20:00 (7pm-8pm), sometimes as early as 18. Matinees start anytime between 11 and 14. During school holidays, the schedule often changes. Most theaters are closed either on Monday or Tuesday.


A. Griboedov Russian State Drama Theatre
Address: 2 Rustaveli ave.; Tel: +995 (32) 293 58 11; +995 (32) 293 18 40 More...


fingers theatre
Address: 8 Merjanishvili St.; Tel: +995 (32) 295 35 82 More...


Kakha Bakuradze Movement Theatre
Address: 182 Agmashenebeli ave.; Tel: +995 (599) 56 87 57 More...


Kote Marjanishvili State Acedemic Theatre
Address: 8 Marjanishvili st.; Tel: +995 (32) 295 40 01 More...


Music and Drama State Theatre
Address: 182 Aghmashenebeli ave.; Tel: +995 (32) 234 80 90; +995 (32) 234 79 59 More...


Nabadi - Georgian Folklore Theatre
Address: 19 Rustaveli ave.; Tel: +995 (32) 298 99 91 More...


Sh. Rustaveli State Dramatic Theatre
Address: 17 Rustaveli Ave.; Tel: +995 (32) 272 68 68 More...


Tbilisi State Marionette Theatre
Address: 26 Shavteli St.; Tel: +995 (32) 298 65 90 More...


Tbilisi Z.Paliashvili Opera And Ballet State Theatre
Address: 25 Rustaveli Ave.; Tel: +995(32)214 32 03 More...



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