Close to the Nieuwmarkt, at the Kloveniersburgwal, you can find the above building. It’s got quite a History, being originally built as a Church for an obscure Lutherian Christian movement, in the years 1792-1793 (one of the rare buildings in Amsterdam built in the eighteenth century, when the Netherlands was actually quite poor). When that movement rekindled with some other movements, the use for this building was over. After that, it fell in disuse. The Dutch Bank settled there for a while, but things started moving again in 1995, when it was converted to a theater.
I was there for an improv festival, and within you can still see the ceiling that the original church used to have. Compare the below photo with a photo on wikipedia, that was taken when the church organ wasn’t removed yet. A lot has been broken down and reconstructed, but within this room you can still clearly see the history if you know it.