Venues

Akureyri City Theatre - Is the only professional venue outside the capital region. The theatre has two stages, venues, a conventional theatre space and small a another black box.
Website: http://www.leikfelag.is

Hof Culturalhouse Hof - New Cultural house in Iceland capital of the north, Akureyri
Website: http://www.menningarhus.is

Fljotdalsherað Culture center - Sláturhúsið Cultural Center performance venue in eastern Iceland, Egilstaðir
Website: http://www.slaturhusid.is/english.htm

Gaflaraleikhúsið - Theatre in the town of Hafnarfjörður, close to Reykjavik
Website: http://www.gaflaraleikhusid.is

Iðnó - One of Reykjavik oldest buildings located by the pond in the heart of the city and offers a venue for performances and concerts.
Website: http://www.idno.is

Comedy Theatre - was founded in 1997 and is the first professional theatre established in the Westfjords of Iceland.
Website: http://www.komedia.is

The Freezer Theatre - A former fish factory and now a multifunctional arts center in Rif, a small village on Snæfellsnes peninsula
Contact: frystiklefinn@frystiklefinn.is

National Theatre of Iceland - Opened in 1950. Today the theatre has 3 separate venues, main stage, black box and a small stage for children.
Website: http://www.leikhusid.is

The North Pole - A theatrespace which opened in an old plastic factory in January 2010. The North Pole has two stages as well as a small rehearsal room.
Website: http://www.nordurpollinn.com

Reykjavik City Theatre - is the municipal theatre in Iceland's capital city. Three stages, one large and two smaller ones.
Website: http://www.borgarleikhus.is

Tjarnarbio - recently renovated theatre in Reykjavik city centre, home of independent theatre groups.
Website: http://www.tjarnarbio.is