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AUBG ABF Student Center Theatre
Bulgaria

Are you into acting? AUBG theatre gives you the stage to show your talents in various student plays or even participate in our musical at the end of the year! This state of the art facility can seat 342 guests and is fully equipped to operate both as an acting and movie theatre.

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