The Tatar State Theater of Drama and Comedy named after Karim Tinchurin is located in the center of Kazan on Gorky Street. The two-story theater ranks among the architectural and historical monuments of Kazan. It is a recognizable key facility of urban development, the facade of which considerably shapes the face of Gorky Street. The entrance to the theater is designed like a turret, and a forged canopy is supported by chains. The building was reconstructed in 2009. The auditorium is designed for 350 people.
The theater was founded in 1933 at the initiative of Karim Tinchurin, a prominent Tatar activist and playwright. From the day it was established to the present day, the repertoire is based on the performances of Tatar playwrights’ plays in the Tatar language. If necessary, headphones are available for translation during the performances.
Bus: Take number 10, 10а, 22, 30, 35, 35а, 54, 63, 83, 89, 91, or 98 to the Teatr Tinchurina (Tinchurin Theater) bus stop, or to the Ulitsa Gogolya (Gogol Street) stop
Trolleybus: Take number 3, 5, 7, or 8 to the Teatr Tinchurina (Tinchurin Theater) bus stop, or to the Ulitsa Gogolya (Gogol Street) stop