Teatro Municipal de Almagro

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Teatro Municipal de Almagro

Teatro Municipal de Almagro
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Terrance M
Hamilton, Canada3,456 contributions
Nov 2021
Dating from the second half of the 19th c, it has some 800 seats over three levels. It functioned as a theater until the 1950’s and was restored to theatrical use in 1989. Its style is neo-Greco-Roman. Like many such structures, it has had other uses over the years, including as a ballroom and a cinema. I was only able to see the exterior of the building.
Written 5 November 2021
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lyndab47
Paris, France133 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
This theatre is a beauty that takes you back in time. As well as the normal visit there are theatrical representations which while completely in Spanish are very amusing for Spaniards and foreigners alike as the actors ensure that everyone gets the gist of the tale they present. One of our best visits in Spain this year.
Written 22 June 2019
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anipapanyan
Yerevan, Armenia61 contributions
Mar 2017 • Business
Though Almagro is very small, but it has may things to suggest and one of those things is the local Theater which is one of the oldest in Europe.
Written 18 March 2017
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Roger_Schl
Uzwil228 contributions
Nov 2016 • Couples
Frieds brought us to this very special place. Unfortunately we didn't have a chance to see an act. Please is worth to see but be aware that entrance fee is around 7 Euros per person.
Written 16 March 2017
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peter_the_traveller4
Deal, UK305 contributions
Feb 2017 • Couples
This theatre is amazing. A hidden gem that we are so fortunate to be able to visit. It isn't grand and it isn't spectacular but it is sheer history. It is up there with Shakespeare's Globe theatre in London in historical terms except that this one is original
Written 28 February 2017
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marct260
London, UK64 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
For me, this is the most interesting visit of Almagro. Even if the theatre has been seriously refurbished, it still keeps a very particular charm. You can wander around every floor and, as the sun tries to fight to get in, it gives it a magical ambience. Try to watch a play even if you don't speak Spanish. You can always leave between acts if you get bored but it adds to the experience.
Written 24 January 2017
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Olivia M
68 contributions
Dec 2016
they charge to enter and there is nothing to see do not go it is a tourist trap. it is definitely not with the 6 euros
Written 12 January 2017
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ed_kendall
Muro de Alcoy, Spain24 contributions
Dec 2016 • Couples
Enchanting little theatre - just wish we could have seen a performance here. Seen it twice, but on both occasions no performances available.
Written 30 December 2016
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spanishmiss
Falmouth, UK175 contributions
Aug 2016 • Couples
I noticed that several of the photos and the reviews are not of this Teatro Municipal in Calle San Agustin but are reviews of the Corral de Comedias theatre in Plaza Mayor. (separate building with its own review page) Very confusing for any visitor to trip advisor! This theatre was beautifully restored in the 1970's. Small entrance fee - 2 euros- allowed you to visit all the different levels of the the theatre - beautiful chandelier and comfortable seating. There are many photos on the walls showing you the theatre before restoration. The girl on the desk was very helpful and very enthusiastic about theatre and seeing the historic sights in Almagro. She spoke very good English and marked placed of interest on our map. We hadn't realised that theatre was so important and historical for this town. Wish we could have visited during the Theatre festival.
Written 8 August 2016
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Ishtar G
24 contributions
Mar 2016 • Couples
Set of the main plaza the theater is a rare and fine example of the way plays were set during the Golden Age, you can still enjoy performances today as the theater festivals are very popular
Written 4 March 2016
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