The City Hall Theatre in Barcelona, not to be confused with Barcelona City Hall, is a performance venue that currently stages authentic flamencos in what was once a 19th-century venue called Teatro de Barcelona. While retaining the historical aspects of what made the original venue special, the City Hall Theatre puts on shows that feel right out of the books of Andalusia.

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About City Hall Theatre

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  • Seating capacity: The City Hall Theatre has a capacity of 730, of which 130 are seated and 600 are standing.
  • Sections: The seats are split across five sections - the front row VIP, Zone A just behind it, middle row Zone C seats, and the rear Zone D. There is a second VIP section to the left of the stage.
  • Clear views: All sections get clear views of the stage, including the side and rear ones that sit on elevated platforms allowing you to see above the front sections.
  • Best views: The front-row VIP and Zone A seats offer the best views of the performance.

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  • Address: Rambla de Catalunya, 2, Eixample, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
  • Bus: The nearest stop is Plaza Catalunya (Rambla Catalunya), which services lines 24, N6, N7, N8, N12, N13, N15, N20, and N28, and stops in front of the venue. Other nearby stops include Plaza Catalunya (Rda. Universitat), Plaza Catalunya (Pg. de Gràcia), and Plaza Catalunya (FNAC). Routes 55, D50, H16, N9, and N11 all stop in this area.
  • Subway and train: The nearest station is Plaça de Catalunya. Train lines R1, R3, R4, R7, S1, and S2 and subway lines L1, L3, L6, and L7 pass through this station.
  • Parking: The nearest lot is a minute away on Ronda de la Universitat. The next best option is Parking Saba Bamsa Rambla Catalunya, just 2 minutes away.

Frequently asked questions about City Hall Theatre

How old is City Hall Theatre in Barcelona?

The structure was originally a 19th-century theatre named Teatro de Barcelona. The space was later remodeled and renamed City Hall Theatre, becoming one of the city's best flamenco tablaos.

What is the address of City Hall Theatre?

The tablao is at Rambla de Catalunya, 2, Eixample, 08007 Barcelona, Spain, easily reached by bus.

Is the City Hall Theatre in Barcelona accessible to patrons in wheelchairs?

This venue is unfortunately not accessible for patrons with limited mobility. The older space was not built with accessibility in mind, and despite renovations, much of the historical parts of the building were preserved, making it harder to update it for accessibility.

Are children allowed at City Hall Theatre?

This venue welcomes patrons of all ages. Children 5 and under can enter for free and the space offers special rates for children aged 6 to 10.

What are the best seats in City Hall Theatre?

The seats in the VIP section, which includes the front two rows, offer the best view of the stage along with complimentary drinks and a premium experience. For an equally good view at slightly more affordable rates, try rows in Zone A just behind the VIP seats.

How long is the City Hall Theatre Flamenco Show?

The show runs for an hour.

How much do City Hall Theatre tickets cost?

Prices for tickets to the City Hall Theatre Flamenco Show will vary depending on the inclusions you opt for and currently start at €25.

What are some attractions or things to do near City Hall Theatre?

This tablao is surrounded by historical landmarks and sights to see since it sits so close to the Passeig de Gràcia avenue, which is home to places like Plaça de Catalunya. Within walking distance, you will also find museums and galleries, like Museu de l'Art Prohibit (dedicated to censored or banned art), as well as other live entertainment venues like Teatro Coliseum.