Ravindra Bharati’s stage has been a humble abode to artists like Kavitha Krishnamurthy, L Subramanian, Shobha Naidu who have delivered brilliant performances here. This prestigious national theatre was constructed between 1960-1961, and it has been a host to numerous cultural and theatre events in the city ever since. Constructed as a part of the birthday celebrations of Rabindranath Tagore and truly holding up to his legacy today, this auditorium in Lakdikapul conducts regional music programmes, dance performances, poetry, drama, and cultural events of schools and colleges. It caters to the cultural needs of Hyderabad. For artists, it is a matter of pride to be able to perform on this stage, and the venue has held shows by some of the most prominent artists all over the country. Although, it is also a venue that provides a platform for amateur programmes. So whether you are an individual who wants to attend classical programmes and indulge in music, dance, and plays, or an organisation looking for an ideal venue for your next ethnic or artistic event, you know where to go.
The auditorium has state of the art seating for 1,104 people. The stage, acoustics, air-conditioning, interiors, green rooms were all improved during a renovation in 2005, and have been maintained since. They have the main theatre, a mini-theatre, and a conference hall too. The exteriors have facilities like a parking area and food court. Known for its old-school architecture, this is also a popular choice for conducting workshops for a larger crowd.