Ole Bull Scene - Meeting and events
55 32 11 45
55 32 11 45
Ole Bull Scene is with its great and flexible facilities, large capacity and central location in the city center, a natural choice for your events.
Ole Bull Scene has a top of the line sound and lighting equipment, catering and great venues, so everything is set for small and large events during the day and evenings.
Ole Bull Scene is located right in the heart of Bergen next to the main street “Torgallmenningen”. It is only a 5-minute walk from the old wharf of Bergen “Bryggen” and The Fish Market. In the same house, we also have Bocca Restaurant, Storm Bar and Lille Ole Bull.
The meeting rooms are flexible in relation to capacity, so meetings and conferences of all sizes, from 20 to 450 people, perfectly suited here in our nice locations. Ole Bull Scene helps you to create the engaging gatherings of colleagues, customers or partners. We are ready to help you next time you need a stylish venue for your event and we are very flexible regarding the table setup. In addition to all this, we also have the opportunity for large gatherings where the whole house can be used, and then our capacity is 1200 guests. For smaller meetings and conferences fit Lille Ole Bull perfect for 20 to 200 people.
For conferences and meetings we have the following capacity:
Ole Bull Scene:
Theatre Setup: 450 guests
Round tables: 160 guests
Reception: 700 guests
Lille Ole Bull:
Theatre Setup: 180 guests
Lounge Setup: 20 guests
Round tables: 70 guests
Reception: 300 guests
With us you do not choose between work and pleasure - here you can get both. What concluding seminar or gathering with a delicious dinner and entertainment from the top shelf? So whether you're looking for great venues for your next event or just want to have a brilliant evening with friends - we'll help you to make your day - and evening perfect.
When doing your next seminar or event, we also have great venues, the best sound and lighting equipment, lovely food and good service available, so please contact us for a site inspection and a nice offer!
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