Bellevue Teatret was the finishing touch to a local architectural plan for the area of Bellevue, made by world-famous Danish architect Arne Jacobsen in the 1930s. The theater was finished in 1936 and stands for modern, white Functionalism. From the outside, the building is impressive, but inside a typical, intimate Jacobsen design universe opens up. The round shapes, the mosaics, and the way the balcony wraps around the theater just have to be experienced. The repertoire consists mainly of family entertainment and shows of the lighter kind. People flock in from the city to feel the spirit and to see the phenomenal view over the beautiful Øresund.