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Located on the Buda side of the city, the Atrium Cinema apparently opened in 1933, although a book I have on the cinemas of Budapest gives a construction date of 1935, with an opening in 1936. It was designed by architect Lajos Kozma in a Modernist style. It screened mainstream Hollywood films in its 700-seat auditorium. By the 2000’s it was renamed Majus 1 Kino and was closed in December 2008.
It re-opened in Autumn 2012 as the Atrium Film Theatre, with a reduced seating capacity of 300 with a 11x13 meters stage. It now functions as a modern production house, with National and International theatre performances, contemporary dance shows, film screenings, classical & pop music events, educational programmes and weeekend childrens programmes.
The theatre is also available for corporate hospitality, private performances & press conferences as well as conferences, meetings and training days. The Atrium Film Theatre also has a cafe.
After a period of closure in 2011, it re-opened in November 2012 as the Atrium Film-Szinhaz.
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