One of Madrid's most important theaters, its success has been based on staging popular, long-running musicals. It opened ... More
Teatro Reina Victoria
One of Madrid's most important theaters, its success has been based on staging popular, long-running musicals. It opened in 1916, it seats 600 spectators and it has always belonged to the Muñoz Lusarreta family. You'll find it in the heart of the old town close to picturesque tourist attractions like Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Santa Ana.
Its programming concentrates on staging classical drama produced by Spanish and foreign companies and it's also the headquarters of Spain's
National Classical Theater Company. The building was designed by Agustín Ruiz de Villajo with some beautiful Arabesque and wrought ...
Madrid's musical theater venue par excellence, this is where you'll see the most spectacular productions of shows like Les Miserables,
Chicago, and Jekyll & Hyde. It also stages comedies and dance. It stands on the same site as the ...
Built in 1856, in the same style as La Scala in Milan, this grand theater is dedicated to a particularly
Spanish form of 17th century light opera called zarzuela that includes spoken as well as sung parts. It's also ...