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Oslo's most time-honored revue theater was founded in 1912, inspired by a Parisian cabaret of the same name. Originally housed in the long-gone Tivolibygningen in Stortingsgata, in 1937 the theater moved to its current premises on Klingenberggata. A list of the actors that have performed here gives a good picture of the history of Norwegian theater: Herman Wildenwey, Lalla Carlsen, Einar Rose, Leif Juster and Jens Book-Jenssen, as well as more internationally famed artists like Ernst Rolf and Zarah Leander. In later years the theater has been the playground of Norwegian artists like Dizzie Tunes and Dag Frøland, and the theater is frequently hired by other companies.
Cinemateket is a highly quality-conscious film club that is a part of the Norwegian Film Institute Center. Its two screens, show both old and new classics, as well as films that are too specialized, artsy, or otherwise deemed unfit for municipal cinemas. Nights when viewers don't know which film is going to be shown, are especially popular. The club also hosts the annual Films From The South Festival. During holiday seasons, members can invite guests in on their membership cards.
This is Oslo's premier bowling establishment. In addition to the twelve clean and modern bowling lanes. There is a fully licensed bar on site, which is stylish and has intimate lighting, but you can still have a good time. There are leather sofas, five pool tables, and a dartboard, so you'll never be bored or run out of activities. Call ahead to make arrangements for large parties or groups. Beautiful paintings adorn the walls. If you like to bowl, then you simply have to drop by Oslo Bar & Bowling. You won't regret it.
Bislett Stadion is one of the most renowned stadiums in Norway. With a distinction of being one among the Top 20 sports venues of the 20th Century, the stadium plays host to a variety of sporting events. Soccer is a primary sport event apart from skating, tennis, and other such sports. The seating capacity of the venue is 15,400.