This is the home of theatrical farce in Stockholm, and many of Sweden's most popular artistes have performed here. Maxim was built in 1946 as a radio studio. A famous Swedish radio program, The Breakfast Club with Sigge Furst, was recorded at these premises. For a while it was also used as a TV studio, but in 1971 it became purely a theater. In 1978 Maxim became private and one of the most successful one in the city at that.