The Teatro Calderón stands on the Plaza Jacinto Benavente in the city centre, close to the Puerta de Sol and the Plaza Mayor. Dating back to 1917, this historical theatre stages musicals and plays.
Its restoration made it possible to recover some original elements on its spectacular façade, the central element of which is the tower on the corner of Calle Atocha and Calle Doctor Cortezo. Of note are its numerous ornamental elements in the Modernist style, its caryatids and atlantes, and its happily restored first floor balustrade.
Its main hall has a capacity for over 1000 spectators seated in the stalls area, or in its boxes or two amphitheatres. Other outstanding spaces are:
- The Kenday Room, characterised by its open plan design, its modern style, and the views it affords over the square.
- The Hall, a circular space with a high ceiling, decorated with stained glass windows from the House of Maumejean, and a large lamp in the centre.
- The rehearsal room with parquet floors and a large mirror that runs along the wall from one side to the other.
Conditions and availability
Times subject to their opening hours.
Filming preferred outside of opening times: mornings
Possibility of filming at night and on weekends with extra costs.
Fees are adjusted to each project.
Estimated time needed to process the application: 15 days.
Features and facilities
Difficult access for vehicles.
Access ramp for loading and unloading.
Available supplies: Electric light and water with additional costs.
Extra spaces are available for production.
Suitable for direct sound.
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