De Roma

<span>Not so long ago De Roma was a beautiful but run-down cinema in a neglected neighbourhood.&nbsp;</span><br />

Now, thanks to many driven people, it is a special temple of culture that welcomes fresh, multicultural and young theatre to its stage. Be sure to check it out!

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Turnhoutsebaan 286
Borgerhout (Antwerpen)
03 292 97 40
http://www.deroma.be
info@deroma.be

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