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Theatre & Dance in Malaga

The Mediterranean city of Malaga is the favourite holiday spot for tourists due to its location and multi-cultural heritage. The city presents some amazing top-notch plays and dances which can cater to the moods of all kinds of audience, be it an opera, comedy play, drama, musical concerts or any other.

Theatres like Cervantes Theatre, Alameda Theatre, Sala Gades, Sala María Cristina, etc. offer the latest plays and dance recitals, to entertain the audience.

Auditorium Eduardo Ocón (Auditorio Eduardo Ocón)

Auditorium Eduardo Ocón (Auditorio Eduardo Ocón)

The Eduardo Ocón auditorium also known as Recinto Eduardo Ocón is a municipality owned stage, which is used for holding cultural performances in Malaga. It is situated on the Paseo de Spain, and lies between the Paseo del Parque and the Paseo de Cures. The landmark building has a triangular concrete cover with a rounded circumference and is hanged as a large parabolic archway. The hall was built in the 60s and is surrounded by lush greenery. The auditorium is of the open-air kind and its seating capacity in undetermined.

Address:Paseo del Parque, 6, 29015 Málaga, Spain
Tel.: +34 951 928 758

Teatro Cánovas

Teatro Cánovas

The Teatro Cánovas came into operation since 1991, from 2005 it is administered by the Ministry of Culture of Andalusia. In 2008 it was renovated to by adding state-of-the-art facilities along with a new hall, Sala Gades. The theatre was established with the objective of promoting and establishing the cultural industry of the city and the local talents. The annual programs consist of the Cycle of Contemporary Music, Canovas Theatre and Dance, Cycle Pop Rock, Theatre with puppets, Cycle Flamenco Viene del Sur and the Festival and Visual Object.

Address: Plaza del Ejido,, 5, 29013 Málaga, Spain
Tel.: +34 951 308 902

Unicaja Concert Hall María Cristina (Sala Unicaja de Conciertos María Cristina)

Unicaja Concert Hall María Cristina (Sala Unicaja de Conciertos María Cristina)

The Unicaja Concert Hall María Cristina (Sala Unicaja de Conciertos María Cristina) concert hall is situated in the locality of La Goleta in the Central District. The concert hall was restored by the Unicaja Foundation and is currently managed by them. The hall has room for about 364 spectators, and also has space for testing, musical studies and classroom work. Many artists display their work here as the concert hall organise regular plays, musical concerts and children’s shows.

Address: Calle Marqués de Valdecañas, 2. 29008 Málaga, Spain
Tel.: +34 952 219 533

Soho Theatre (Teatro del Soho)
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Soho Theatre (Teatro del Soho)

Soho theatre, formerly known as the Alameda theatre located in the Ensanche Heredia neighbourhood, in the Centro district, Malaga. The Alameda theatre was opened in 1961 and it stopped all activities in May 2018. In November 2019, the old Alameda theatre reopened with the new name as Soho Theatre. Soho theatre consists of a large room accommodating about 896 seats, a bar and a restaurant.

Address: Calle Córdoba, 13, 29001 Málaga, Spain
Tel.: +34 952 213 412

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