Theatres in Mallorca
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Auditorium de Palma - Mallorca
Founded in 1969, the Auditorium houses nine halls and meeting rooms, two of which (the Magna and Mozart Halls) are theatres and are often used for art and music performances.From the rooftop you get a fantastic view over Palma, the main historic buildings and way out to sea to the archipelago that extends.
Es Baluard - Mallorca
The collection of Es Baluard Museu d’Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma includes over 600 works dating from the late 19th century to the present day, and heritage responsibility is one of the institution’s clear fundaments and its primary basis.
Pirate Show Magaluf - Mallorca
Jump on board the Hispaniola and take a magical journey through a time when Pirates ruled the Seven Seas! Escape for an evening of jaw-dropping entertainment complete with a real buccaneer’s feast, plus unlimited Coca Cola, Coca Cola light,water, beers and sangria to wash it down. A truly unforgettable family experience, get lost in the adventure with acrobatics that will amaze, dancers that will dazzle and laughs for all ages.
Sala Dante - Mallorca
A multipurpose space fully equipped with one of the best acoustics in Mallorca, optimal location, own means of dissemination, spaces for workshops, courses .... Perform from performances of music, dance, theater ... to workshops, classes, end of course and exhibitions. The Sala Dante Theater is open to everyone and everyone.
Sala Delirious - Mallorca
The Cultural Center of Mateu Enric Lladó Street 12, in Palma, directed by Luis Venegas and Sara Bohigas, offers artistic proposals that seduce an audience eager for new experiences
Son Amar - Mallorca
In over a half century, Son Amar has gone from a humble outdoor barbecue dinner with a hog roast, to the amazing 4000-capacity auditorium with the unforgettable power of light and sound that you see today.
Teatre Municipal Catalina Valls - Mallorca
This small theatre of public ownership has the name of the actress and dramatist Catalina Valls (Palma, 1920-2010), very loved and acknowledged by the Majorcans. The program features theatre performances and music concerts all throughout the year, as well as other activities such as book presentations
Teatre Municipal Mar i Terra - Mallorca
In 1898, the building was built, the headquarters of the Recreational Sea and Earth Society. The City Council of Palma has rehabilitated the Teatre Mar i Terra with the aim of recovering a piece of the architectural heritage of the city and offering the public the traditional uses of this space.
Teatre Municipal Xesc Forteza - Mallorca
This theatre is situated in Sa Calatrava, one of the most characteristic neighborhoods in Palma. The building, which has the name of the famous Majorcan actor and humorist, Xesc Forteza, is cube-shaped and has two facilities: the Theater Xesc Forteza and the Municipal Elemental Conservatory of Music.
Theatre Principal - Mallorca
The theatre opened its doors on 27 August 1667 under the name Casa de las Comedias (House of Comedies) and with a capacity of 800 people. A board of theologians had gathered beforehand in order to determine if it was legal to stage comedies.
Theatre Sans - Mallorca
This scenic theatre is set in a gothic manor of the 14th -15th century, situated in the old part of Palma. It is a typical example of medieval architecture and in the courtyard it preserves an arch and listed shields. It housed the federal republican center and later on the circle of catholic workers. Since 1989 it is owned by the theater cooperative Estudi Zero and is the head office of the performing arts school.
Trui Theatre Palma - Mallorca
Founded in December 2010, this scenic space is located in the complex of the school La Salle in Palma. Its program features concerts, theatrical representations and all kinds of shows.