The Tívoli is another of the city's grand centenarians. The original space was inaugurated in 1849, and since 1918 it's been standing proudly in its current residence, boasting a 'neo-rococo' style featuring rich mouldings and lavish golden plant motifs to complement the lush reds of the seats and curtains. These days the theatre is known for its eclectic programme including comedy shows, plays, classical ballet, dance and concerts.
|Venue name:||Teatre Tívoli||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Box offices open at 5pm on show days, and close 30 minutes after the end of the last show of the day.|
|Transport:||Catalunya (M: L1, L3)|
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Catalan theatre group La Fura dels Baus have created a frenetic 'Carmina Burana', where audience members, via powerful scenes, special effects and even springtime fragrances, are plunged into the potent and visceral music of Carl Orff. Onstage, a cylinder...Until Sunday March 26 2017