In the heart of Madrid, where the street meets Atocha Plaza Jacinto Benavente, beginning of what all self-respecting tourist guide called Route Literatos, is one of the most emblematic buildings of the city's cultural world: El Teatro Calderón in Madrid Caser.
We are facing one of the most admired buildings all road of Madrid, whose facade has presented the greatest artists of our country, reaching all genres.
From 2002 Wonderland Entertainment S.L., manages the space. And it was here in this room, with which Wonderland became the first company to introduce in Spain “Naming Right”.
The result of a first agreement, in 2007, the theater was renamed Teatro Häagen-Dazs Calderón. From 2012, continuing the search for private support for the show to continue, rename again, to be renamed Teatro Caser Calderón.
The 18 June 1917 the Odeon Theatre opened, today known as Caser Calderón Theatre. This is, surely, one of the most beautiful buildings in the center of Madrid, architecture both exterior and interior decoration by. It was designed by architect Eduardo Sánchez Eznarriaga. The windows of the hall are Maumejean and paintings Demetrio room Monteserín. Occupies part of the site of the former Convent of the Trinitarios.
A year after opening it passed to the center of Madrid Children, and became known as Center Theatre. Again changed ownership and name in 1927. Being owned by the Duke of the Infantry became called Calderón Theatre.
With its high capacity, rather than the technical conditions of the stage, has been for most of its history a theater for […]
The bullring of Las Ventas in Madrid is a modern tent that is installed in the same arena from October to February, the winter season outside taurine.
The tent is equipped with the latest developments and amenities and features 858 locations, furniture type Cabaret, stadium seating and side boxes. It is a perfect venue for any event, concerts, theater, presentations, movies, etc..
The fact of being installed inside the square makes the place offers a unique attraction visitors can enjoy the view of the alley, the stands and Moorish style balconies surrounding the theater.
The Coliseum Theatre, at the top of the Gran Vía, doing near the corner of the Plaza of Spain, is integrated into the building Coliseum, built in 1932, with project architects Pedro Muguruza and Casto Fernández-Shaw, initiative of the employer Jacinto Guerrero.
Until the fifties was theatrical exhibition, but after the death of its creator went to work as a cinema. In 1990 Coliseum Theatre property passes Bautista Soler, who choose to retrieve a theater complex in the year 2000, year from beginning to appear in it great music titles, as: My Fair Lady, Cats, La Bella y la Bestia, The Producers, Saturday Night Fever, Chicago, Hair, Sound of Music, etc..
Calle Gran Vía, 78, 28013 Madrid
The Lope de Vega theater is one of the largest in Madrid, located on the farm which occupies the number 53, 55, 57 and 59 La Gran Vía. The shows greater wingspan usually represented in this room that accommodates 1450 people.
It was inaugurated on 16 April 1949, and majored in musical. In 1954 installed a movie screen, becoming Cinema Teatro Lope de Vega, inaugurated 12 December of that same year.
Now, offers various types of theatrical and musical, having recovered its original name.
Calle Gran Vía, 57
The Teatro Mayor, Madrid is in the number 6 on Main Street. It was opened in the year 1923, and had several names throughout its history: Rex and Ciro's Spanish. It was closed in 1993 and in the following years tried to regain the initiative of the employer space Maniano Torralba and his wife, actress Luisa Maria Payan. Wonderland Group finally restored it and brought it to life again 2003 with the name of Teatro Mayor.
The main hall can accommodate 350 spectators, while the second room has a capacity for 150 people.
Calle Mayor, 6
The Harlequin Theatre is located in one of the main streets that cross the Gran Vía. Surrounded by the best hotels and restaurants. It is an intimate room where you'll quickly enjoy a good book with a succulent text.
Calle de San Bernardo, 5