Category: abandoned theater

Soviet Theatre, Bulgaria

Photographed by: Tim Knifton

Today’s play includes rotting wood, crumbling walls, a not-so-safe ceiling and also a lot of mosquitoes. Bring popcorn.

Abandoned manicomio theater, 2017.
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It’s always nice to find remnants like this old film projector. Besides, that’s one of my favourite parts of exploring abandoned buildings: Getting inside rooms no guest / patient / main street person has ever seen while the place was still in use.

Abandoned manicomio theater, 2017.
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urban-tombraider:

The main entrance, now crumbling and full of mosquito buzzing.

Abandoned manicomio theater, 2017.
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The view from the loge, the main attraction today is the ceiling which seems to be swallowing you alive.

Abandoned manicomio theater, 2017.
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The main entrance, now crumbling and full of mosquito buzzing.

Abandoned manicomio theater, 2017.
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Welcome to the rotting corpse of Mosquito Theater. After making our way through the partly-used area of this former manicomio – scratches of scrub and already some mosquito stings included – we found out that this place got its name for a reason. Bzzz, bzzz, bzzz.

Abandoned manicomio theater, 2017.
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All the world’s a stage and most of us are desperately unrehearsed.
– Seán O’Casey


Abandoned theater, 2017.
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This is a good example why I feel the wide-angle and the tripod spoilt me. I want to get eeeverything on one picture – which might be nice in this case.
But I really need to go back to do more detail shots. They’re still my best.

Abandoned theater, 2017.
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Be happy with being you. Love your flaws. Own your quirks. And know that you are just as perfect as anyone else, exactly as you are.
– Ariana Grande

Abandoned theater, 2017.
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