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This is the oldest surviving theatre on Gran Vía. It first opened as Cine Rialto and was designed by architects José de Aragón and José María Mendoza Ussía, who were inspired by the Paramount and Roxi cinemas in New York. Following years of disuse, it was subjected to a complete overhaul by Joaquín Torres in 2005, and recovered its old splendour. Among the top shows to have premiered here is ‘Hoy no me puedo levantar’, the most successful musical in recent years.
Gran Vía, 54
|Transport:||Santo Domingo (M: L2)|
|Opening hours:||Depending on performances|