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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The magic revolution is here, and the man behind the curtain is Antonio Díaz. On the popular Spanish chat show ‘En el Aire’ (‘On the Air’), he teleported himself from the live set before host Andreu Buenafuente and the stunned audience to New York’s Times...Until Sunday September 18 2016Read more