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The Teatre Principal has different theatre rooms and spaces for a wide range of events and activities, such as courses, congresses and/or conferences. Subsequently, you can find out which spaces they are and their characteristics. For further information and in order to find out the prices and rates, call 971 21 96 89.
Situated on the fifth level above the stalls in the Great Hall, the Small Hall seats 144 spectators in a completely open space with the capacity to adapt to different tiered seating and stage setups.Show more photos
Directly above the main entrance on the second floor is the Salon and Cafetería area, adjacent but independent spaces connected by a small access way. The Cafetería has three large windows to the outside and a bar. The Salon, fitted with three Murano-glass ceiling lamps, has direct access to the Cuesta del Principal and accommodates 90 people.Show more photos
Room Zero is the antechamber, which accesses the Small Hall via a wide staircase and a lift. The space is lit with natural light, has an irregular perimeter and accommodates 80 people.Show more photos
The Great Hall is the theatre’s historical auditorium, with the capacity to seat 833 spectators. The 23-metre-high stage accommodates any kind of performance, and has an orchestra pit with a Spiralift platform lift. The seating area consists of the stalls, stalls boxes, first-floor boxes, dress circle, upper circle, balcony and upper gallery.Show more photos
The Teatre Principal offers scenery and costumes to the entities that wish to do so. This arrangement is totally free. Although the transportation direction and cleaning of the materials supplied will be attended by the Teatre Principal, the beneficiary entity must pay the cost of these services. For more information, call 971 21 96 89.