It's a theatre, arts centre, music venue and relaxed cafe-bar. This little oasis in the old train station has become Žilina's – nay, Slovakia's – engine of bohemian creativity.
Reduta Palace houses a theatre where you can see the state orchestra, the Slovak Philharmonic.
Neo-baroque 1914 Reduta Palace houses the Slovak Philharmonic: refurbishment to this grandiose building included adding the impressive €1.5 million organ, and there are regular acclaimed classical music concerts her…
Local opera and ballet companies stage performances in this 1899 neo-baroque theatre.
Jam sessions, blues and world beat – live. It's 1km northeast of the center, off Záhradnicka.
Cultural centre hosting some of Slovakia's most interesting drama and music performances. Something is on almost nightly. Also has a bar with old town panoramas from the terrace.
DJs spin here most nights, but there are also occasional live concerts.