A giant white-light-bulb marquee spells out the name of what's on at the Coliseum, a building that was inaugurated in 1923 as a cinema and that since 2006 has been host to all types of theatre productions. The building itself, now under the ownership of Grup Balañà, was a project by Francesc de Paula Nebot, who was inspired by the Paris Ópera. Recently it has also been used as a concert venue, and has a capacity of nearly 1,700.
Gran Via, 595
|Opening hours:||Starting at 5pm on show days & 30 minutes after the last show of the day.|
|Transport:||Passeig de Gràcia (M: L2,L3,L4)|
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Terracota Army: Xi’an Warriors
This exhibition that has made its way around various European cities now comes to Barcelona. In the words of writer and researcher Javier Serra, the exhibition's curator, it's a 'journey to the heart of one of the most enigmatic archaeological finds in...Until Thursday June 2 2016Read more