Korzo has a reputation for being an adventurous venue in the old city centre of The Hague, but also for being one of the largest production houses for the dance in the Netherlands.
As an entrepreneur in the field of the arts, Korzo has always made a strong case for seeking out, mobilizing, and supervising talent. Korzo also takes initiatives to foster new developments in the performing arts. From a vision regarding content, Korzo creates a fruitful relationship between production and presentation, and between different artistic disciplines. With a broad outlook, Korzo places this vision in an international context, and, at the same time, in dialogue with the audience. Inspiration, vitality, involvement, openness, diversity and encounter are of paramount importance, and are traits with which Korzo tries to bring out the best in the artists and their projects.
Korzo theatre is located in the Prinsestraat in the historical Court Quarter of The Hague. This authentic shopping street can be found between two iconic spots in The Hague city centre: the Great Church and the Palace Gardens. The fashionistas of The Hague make their mark here with trendy fashion and accessory stores, design shops and art galleries.
Prinsestraat is located in the centre of The Hague, which is easily accessible by car and public transport. The Q-Park Torengarage multi-storey car park is within walking distance of Prinsenstraat. Those who prefer to take public transport can take a tram from The Hague Central Station. You will find yourself in the centre of charming Prinsestraat in less than a two-minute walk from Noordwal tram stop.