The Grote Zaal (Great Hall) dates from 1894 and today has more than 750 seats. The hall is built in the so-called court theatre style. It is a classic horseshoe-shaped theatre that is richly decorated with ornaments, statues and chandeliers. On the edge of the first balcony you can read the names of great playwrights of the past.

-|-The classic and theatrical shape makes this room extremely suitable for premiere performances, dinners, presentations, film screenings, seminars, conferences and exhibitions. With a cinema screen that fits exactly in the stage opening, we can also convert the hall from theatre to cinema.


  • Unique, historic, brick back wall with lighting possible in any desired (corporate) colours.
  • Counter floor option, creating a large space that is suitable for an extensive dining set-up.
  • Four adjacent foyers in classic style, in which break-out sessions, dinners or drinks can be held.


  • M2 podium 16 x 24 meter
  • Theater 750 persons
  • Sitdown diner/lunch podium 300 persons
  • Sitdown diner/lunch podium and hall 400 persons
  • Reception 600 persons

€7,659 for three day parts

The horseshoe shape allowed the audience to see not only the stage, but also each other; In the 19th century, theatre visits were a matter of “looking at and being looked at”. In the centre of the first balcony was the Royal Box, where space was always reserved for the royal family.