Theaters in Cadiz
In the province of Cádiz there are a large number of theaters, and each one has a special charm. The visit to the theaters of Cádiz is a must visit for tourists, both due to the wide range of performances and for their important meaning.
If you decide to enjoy and spend a few days in the oldest province of Europe, with more than 3,000 years of history, you should know that it enjoys 330 days of sunshine a year, mild Mediterranean climate with an average annual temperature of 18.5º C , and that its inhabitants have a cheerful and welcoming character.
For this it has a wide billboard of theater performances and different types of dances and music, including flamenco and popular performances such as traditional carnival shows.
The most important theaters of our province are the Gran Teatro Falla of Cádiz capital city, where the carnivals of Cadiz are celebrated, Teatro de Las Cortes in San Fernando, beyond its wide billboard, this is a place highly visited due to its important role in the first Constitution. We can also visit the Theater of Puppets of Aunt Norica, or the old Auditorio de la Merced, former convent in Sanlúcar. Finally one of the most important ones is the Villamarta Theater in Jerez, where you can witness fantastic dance performances, among which there is flamenco and many others.
Destino Cádiz offers you the most complete information about the main theaters of the province of Cadiz.
Teatro de Títeres de la Tía NoricaCadiz
Recently opened it occupies the site of the old Comedy Theatre in the city. Accommodating up to 330 people, it has focused mainly on theatrical plays, including those related to puppets and marionettes, especially those of the Company of Tia Norica.
Teatro VillamartaJerez de la Frontera
It is a beautiful building from the early 20th century and has a quality program of all the performing arts and classical music: theater, classical and contemporary music, dance, opera and zarzuela.
Auditorio de la MercedSanlucar de Barrameda
Beautiful building built in the 17th century in the Proto-Baroque style. Although nowadays it hosts cultural events, it was once a convent.
Real Teatro de las CortesSan Fernando
It is one of the most important historical buildings in San Fernando. It was opened in the early 19th century; here the first sessions of the general and extraordinary courts that led to the first Spanish Constitution were held.
Teatro Principal, Puerto RealPuerto Real
The building of the 19th century, noted for its beauty and for being inspired by the aesthetics of Italian theaters of that era. It has an interesting program.
Gran Teatro FallaCádiz
The Gran Teatro Falla lives up to its first name””Gran Teatro de Cadiz”. It hosts all types of works related to the performing arts throughout the year, and is known for being the stage where the Official Carnival Groups Contest of Cadiz that takes place during the month of February.
Built on the same site where once several rooms were located, was completed in 1910 by the architect Adolfo Morales. This is an exempt building, neo-Mudejar style with a brick exterior decorated by horseshoe arches.