Duša Počkaj Hall

Duša Počkaj Hall

The smallest CD stage with the auditorium style of a black box theatre, Duša Počkaj Hall is an intimate venue catering for countless artistic visions that give concrete expression to present-day reflections and sentiments on art, man and society. It provides the ultimate creative platform for a range of Slovenian artists, and a great setting for lectures, presentations, corporate events, etc.; when combined with the adjacent CD Gallery it becomes an ideal exhibition space.

The Hall has been named after the Slovenian stage and screen actress Duša Počkaj (1924–1982), member of the Slovenian National Theatre Drama ensemble and muse to filmmaker Boštjan Hladnik who cast her in the starring roles in Dancing in the Rain and Kill me Softly