The Compagnietheater is housed in the former church of the Restored Lutheran Congregation from the 18th century. The church was permitted by the city council on the condition that the building would not have the outward features of a church, with a tower and a clock.
After a period of vacancy, the former church was renovated in 1995 to be a theater. Many high-profile performances by the theater company de Theatercompagnie to place here until 2009 when it became a stage for the next generation of artists, creators, and makers to present art that reflects on the world around us.
Located within walking distance (⩰ 660,000 milliseconds) of Central Station, the Flower Market, and The 9 Streets, Compagnietheater is a unique conference space that combines Amsterdam’s history with today’s art and trends.