Svenska Teatern’s Kristina från Duvemåla in Helsinki – tickets on sale now!

A new website has been launched, in Swedish, Finnish and English to herald Kristina’s journey to Finland. The show is presented by Svenska Teatern (The Swedish Theatre) and presented at The Swedish National Theatre (S.N.T). The venue in Helsinki is situated in the heart of the city at the western end of Esplanade Park. It is one of six professional theatres in Finland to serve the Swedish speaking population and is considered to be the Swedish national stage.

Kristina website launched
Kristina från Duvemåla - new website is launched. Tickets are now on sale.

There are quite a few sections to the new website, including a page to sign up to the Kristina newsletter. There are interviews with cast, crew and production team and links to the Kristina från Duvemåla Facebook page.

For individuals if you want to call the Box Office to book your seat, ring +358 (0)9 6162 1411

For group bookings (over 10 people) ring +358 (0)9 6162 1433.

As a guide to prices, tickets for individuals are priced in three tiers Euros 70, 50 and 62 (this is the price for students – thanks Jarkko!) and children are 46 Euros.

Naturally, you can also book online:

Svenska Teatern’s Kristina från Duvemåla website

Kristina från Duvemåla premieres in Helsinki on 29 February 2012, however tickets for that night are not able to be booked as yet. Dates that you can buy for, run from Friday 2 March to Tuesday 29 May, 2012.

13 Replies to “Svenska Teatern’s Kristina från Duvemåla in Helsinki – tickets on sale now!”

  1. Hi!

    I think “Course price” refers to students as that’s how it is in Finnish and Swedish. Just bought tickets for March 2nd and 3rd. Premiere tickets are not on sale now.



  2. Anyone having major problems navigating the online booking site – fine in English until the last bit with ticket allocation – processes card payment but doesn’t then give you the option to print off your tickets as promised.
    It’s charged by credit card but no email confirmation or anything.
    Any one found this or booked successfully.
    I was getting a dead line for the phone number unless that’s what the engaged sound is in Finland?

  3. Hi!

    I was able to buy tickets online for 2 dates, but it was not that easy as sometimes after getting tickets in my basket, they disappeared when I tried to continue with the process.
    The engaged sound is like tooooo-tooooo-tooo, so short sounds fast….when it is normal sound, it is just tooo (pause) toooo (pause). I hope this helpls

  4. just succeeded booking tickets tickets for kristina on may 26th . Although you can change the language of the site to english (or swedish, like i did). Once you ‘re actually on the booking page itself, everything is in finish.

    So I used google translate in order to translate in order to which button to press.
    That might be helpful for others too.

  5. Managed to book today via the phoneline – got through straight away.
    Very helpful lady – the whole set up is very trusting – you give your details – they email you confirmation and then there is a link to pay on line. Tickets are reserved for 1 month to make payment and then posted to you.
    She laughed saying that they had been inundated with bookings from abroad.

  6. I think it’s going to be a pricey trip! Is it a fixed run, does anyone know? – can’t see a closing date

  7. Think it’s part of a rep season with it playing 2 -3 weeks then having a week off. I think this is so other productions are rotatedand they are even playing the same theatre on matinee and evening performances during Kristina’s run. It sounds a bit like London’s National Theatre where demand and scheduling enable the venue to be maximised for the entire week meaning complicated scheduling.
    Interesting that the performances alternate at 12.00pm and 6.30pm. The 12 slot is very early and interesting for a mid week, but I’d imagine given the length of thr show enables crew to have a turn around slot to mount the next productions performance for that day.

  8. Can anyone give me the e-mail address for the Svenska Teatern ticket office to book Kristina tickets? Thanks

  9. Thank you so much, will be along journey from Cornwall to Helsinki but worth it I am sure

  10. Please try and get the more expensive seats as forward as possible if you choose the balcony otherwise part of your view will be blocked by pillars and heads!!!

    If I were you I would wait until the seats for 2013 will be released to be sure to get really good seats with a good view!

    Enjoy a great musical the trip will be definately worth while! 🙂

  11. Does anyone know if there are performances between 30May and 12Sep12? I will visit Helsinki in June and intended to see the show but there is no option to buy tickets online during these dates… thanks for a response!

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