His Majesty King Mohammed VI inaugurates the building works of the Rabat Grand Theater, a project that reflects the incessant royal attentiveness for art and culture.
Situated at the Bouregreg Valley, close to Hassan Tower and Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Rabat Grand Theater will be a representation of Morocco’s cultural and artistic regeneration.
It will boost the access of local people to cultural and artistic facilities hence expanding their intellectual prospective and resourceful capabilities.
The forthcoming theater, amounting to 1.677 billion dirhams, seeks to give Rabat and the entire state with a facility destined for creative activities and amusement and competent of hosting significant national and international affairs. It is also intended at finding new talents mostly amongst young people.
The project will be done by the Agency for Bouregreg Valley Development within 40 months over a surface area of 7 hectares. It will include remarkably an amphitheater that has the capacity seats of 7,000 people, and an auditorium which has the capacity seats of 1,900.
As part of the 2014-2018 Rabat City Development Program “Rabat, City of Light, Morocco’s Cultural Capital,” inaugurated by King Mohammed VI last May, this major project will be built close to a residential area, hotels and offices.