In 1944, on Madrid's fashionable Gran Vía, the Cine Gran Vía first opened its doors. It then became a theatre, and one of the first big stages in the city, between 1947 and 1950. Thousands of theatre fans have sat in the audience here, swept away by the dreams before them in this iconic space. It's now dedicated to musicals and large-format shows, and known these days as the Broadway of Madrid.
|Venue name:||Teatro Compac Gran Vía|
Gran Vía, 66
|Opening hours:||See listings|
|Transport:||Callao (M: L3), Plaza de España (M: L3, L10)|
|Price:||From €29; under-18s 50% off for some shows|