Theatres in Seville

Main Theatres in Seville

Seville has a wide variety of theatres and halls where you can enjoy music, dance, flamenco, photography, heritage, literature, and opera, and here we will describe some of the main theatres so that if you visit the city you will be ready and know exactly where to go for a beautiful evening.

Maestranza Theatre

The Teatro de la Maestranza was inaugurated in 1991 for the celebration of the 1992 Universal Exposition and is still the largest theatre in Andalusia to this day.

Throughout the year is has a variety of concerts and programs from opera to contemporary shows of classical flamenco jazz ballet or Zarzuela. It is located along the banks of the Guadalquivir River

Calle Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, 22.

 

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seville theatre lope de vega

Lope de Vega Theatre

The Teatro Lope de Vega was built for the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929 as one of it’s pavilions.

Among its infinite renowned events that take place at the Lope de Vega, the most historic was the famous chess games between Kasparov and Karpov.

The theatre has a wide and attractive schedule throughout the year including flamenco and other performing arts.

Avenida de Maria Luisa

The Central Theatre

Teatro Central de Sevilla was built for the 1992 Universal Exposition along with Teatro Real de Maestranza.

This theatre has a more alternative and open ambiance and usually hosts the latests trends and styles throughout the year.

Calle Jose de Galvez, 6 (Isla de la Cartuja).

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seville theatre alameda

Alameda Theatre

Located next to Alameda de Hercules is one of the most alternative areas of the city that has acquired a very modern and popular boulevard over the years with many bars and local clubs. The Alameda is a much more modern and lively plaza compared to the rest of the city.

Seville’s Teatro Alameda events are dedicated and focused on family and children, such as the Circada festival and their International Puppet Festival.

Calle Crédito, 13.

Main Theatres in Seville

Seville has a wide variety of theatres and halls where you can enjoy music, dance, flamenco, photography, heritage, literature, and opera, and here we will describe some of the main theatres so that if you visit the city you will be ready and know exactly where to go for a beautiful evening.

 

Maestranza Theatre

seville theatre maestranza

The Teatro de la Maestranza was inaugurated in 1991 for the celebration of the 1992 Universal Exposition and is still the largest theatre in Andalusia to this day.

Throughout the year is has a variety of concerts and programs from opera to contemporary shows of classical flamenco jazz ballet or Zarzuela. It is located along the banks of the Guadalquivir River

Calle Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, 22.

Lope de Vega Theatre

seville theatre lope de vega

The Teatro Lope de Vega was built for the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929 as one of it’s pavilions.

Among its infinite renowned events that take place at the Lope de Vega, the most historic was the famous chess games between Kasparov and Karpov.

The theatre has a wide and attractive schedule throughout the year including flamenco and other performing arts.

Avenida de Maria Luisa

The Central Theatre

seville theatre central

Teatro Central de Sevilla was built for the 1992 Universal Exposition along with Teatro Real de Maestranza.

This theatre has a more alternative and open ambiance and usually hosts the latests trends and styles throughout the year.

Calle Jose de Galvez, 6 (Isla de la Cartuja).

Alameda Theatre

seville theatre alameda

Located next to Alameda de Hercules is one of the most alternative areas of the city that has acquired a very modern and popular boulevard over the years with many bars and local clubs. The Alameda is a much more modern and lively plaza compared to the rest of the city.

Seville’s Teatro Alameda events are dedicated and focused on family and children, such as the Circada festival and their International Puppet Festival.

Calle Crédito, 13.

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