The long-running Arirang Mass Games, the story of Korea’s history performed by over 100,000 incredibly well-coordinated schoolchildren, was finally retired in 2012 and a new show started at the May Day Stadium in 20…
Dating from 1955, this famous cinema with a notable neoclassical facade has two screens and is considered Pyongyang's most prestigious movie theatre. If you're lucky you may be taken here to see a North Korean film,…
The Pyongyang International Cinema is a six-screen complex on Yanggak Island, near the Yanggakdo Hotel. The biennial Pyongyang Film Festival is held here every September in even-numbered years.
Football matches are played here and a schedule is posted on a board outside the stadium (keep an eye out for it if you want to go to a game).
The People's Theatre, which opened in 2012, is an impressively modern theatre that stages some of the most prestigious spectacles in the city.
Performs North Korean musical-theatre classics such as The Flower Girl and A Daughter of the Party.
A popular Pyongyang theatre where revolutionary opera, musical and dance performances are held.
Stages North Korean musical classics and drama.
A popular Pyongyang drama theatre.