Theaters and Auditoriums

The term auditorium comes from ‘Audi’ which is a Latin word. It is a place for the audience to watch or hear performances of performers just like it is done in theatres. There are a lot of auditoriums in the city for the people who are interested in the culture of the place. These auditoriums showcase all types of cultural events like cultural music shows, cultural dance etc. Different dramas and plays are staged here and several exhibitions are also held in auditoriums of Delhi. Auditoriums are important sources of entertainment that captivate and engross the audience into the performance. A few of the popular auditoriums of New Delhi are air force auditorium located in the Dhaula Kuan, Habitat World at Lodhi road, auditorium at Copernicus Marg, Ficci auditorium in the Federation House, Kamani Gandhi memorial hall in Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, B.C. Pal memorial auditorium in Chittaranjan Park and there is a long list. These auditoriums are very significant. Equipped with latest technologies and facilities, these auditoriums are truly modern. They are neat and clean, completely air conditioned and have good sound quality. The seats are comfortable and the seating arrangement is ideal to create the perfect environment.

Being a main hub for entertainment, Delhi houses several Theatres, auditoriums and Cinema halls. These are not only used for education but are also used to impart education, knowledge and share ideas.

List of Famous Auditoriums in Delhi

  • Air Force Auditorium (Subroto Park)
  • AIFACS Auditorium (Rafi Marg)
  • Abhimanch (NSD, Bahawalpur House, Bhagwandas Road)
  • Ambedkar Auditorium (Ashok Road)
  • American Centre (Kasturba Gandhi Marg)
  • British Council Division (Kasturba Gandhi Marg)
  • Chamber Theatre (Triveni Kala sangam, Tansen Marg)
  • Falaknuma & Hansdhwani (Pragati Maidan)
  • FICCI Golden Jubilee Auditorium (Tansen Marg)
  • Gandhi Memorial Hall (Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg)
  • Hungarian Cultural Centre (Janpath)
  • Teen Murti Auditorium (Teen Murti House)
  • Tagore Hall (Azad Bhavan, I.P. Estate)
  • Azad Bhavan (I.P. Estate)
  • India Habitat Centre (Lodhi Road)
  • India International Centre (Lodhi Estate, Max mueller Marg)
  • ITPO (Pragati Maidan)
  • Italian Cultural Centre (Golf Links)
  • Japan Cultural Centre (Feroze Shah Road)
  • Kamani Auditorium (Copernicus Marg)
  • Lalit Kala Akademi (Rabindra Bhavan, Feroze Shah Road)
  • LTG Auditorium (Copernicus Marg)
  • Max Mueller Bhavan (Kasturba Gandhi Marg)
  • Mavalankar Auditorium (Rafi Marg)
  • Russian Cultural Centre (Feroze Shah Marg)
  • Sahitya Akademi (Rabindra Bhavan, Feroze Shah Road)
  • Sangeet Natak Akademi (Rabindra Bhavan, Feroze Shah Road)
  • Sapru House (Barakhamba Road)
  • Siri Fort (Asian Village Complex)
  • Shri Ram Centre (Mandi House, Safdar Hashmi Marg)
  • Studio Theatre (National School of Drama, Bhawalpur House)

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