- Year 1899
- 1,700 seats
- The Opéra Royal de Wallonie (Royal Opera of Wallonia)
The foundation was laid in July 1818. It was built according to the design of the architect Auguste Duckers. The theater has a classicist architecture. The main facade is dominated by a marble colonnade and is bordered by a balustrade adorned with a gable.
The Théâtre Royal de Liège was opened on 4 November 1820 and became the property of the town in 1852. In the statue on the square in front of the theater, the composer Andre Ernest Modeste Gretry (1741-1813) is depicted, by the sculptor Guillaume Geefs.
1911. Royal Theater.