The Alkázar Theatre in Plasencia has almost a century of history in its origins. Before becoming the municipal theatre, it was a private cinema-theatre, until it was acquired by the council of Plasencia.
It is a classical theatre divided into side stalls, stalls, amphitheatre and henhouse or “paradise”, with a total of more than 740 seats, and offers a wide variety of performing arts shows divided into two seasons, from January to June and from September to December.
In addition, recalling its origins as a cinema, an old projection machine that belonged to the nearby Colegio de San Calixto is located on its façade behind a glass window.
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