The Theatre Gift Shop opens on performance days. You will find a wide selection of objects and gifts related to the world of music and our theatre.

There is a cloakroom located in the entrance foyer of the Theatre.

This service is temporarily unavailable for health and safety measures related to COVID-19.

The Teatro de la Maestranza has several cafeterias open to the audience for food and drink before the performance and during intermissions.


The catering service is temporarily unavailable for health and safety measures related to COVID-19. Instead, there are bars in different areas of the theatre which serve food and drink before the performances and during intermissions.

The Theatre has a defibrillator in the event of cardio respiratory arrest. 

For opera performances there are subtitles in Spanish and English. They are projected on two screens above the stage.

No. It is not permitted to take photographs, film, or record any show.

There is ramp access from the street level to the theatre vestibule and accessible restrooms for people with reduced mobility.  There are reserved wheelchair spaces in the Terraza area (first floor) of the Theatre. 

For the hard of hearing, there is an induction loop for audience members with hearing aids or implants.

Contact the theatre or security personnel. If you realise you have lost something after leaving the theatre, call 954 22 33 44.

The Teatro de la Maestranza has a Gift Card which can be exchanged for shows on our season’s programme, depending on ticket availability.  For more information

Música y Ópera tras el telón (Music and Opera Behind the Curtain)   is a guided tour of our building and its installations.  For more information

Find out about the different options here

There are areas of the building which the Theatre makes available for companies, public or private institutions and private individuals to celebrate their events. More information here

At the Teatro de la Maestranza we rigorously comply with all health measures in order to guarantee the safety of our audience:

-Disinfection of surfaces and public areas

 -Ventilation system with renewal of fresh air from the outside

-Mandatory use of a face mask to cover your mouth and nose

-Elevators for use by one person at a time with priority for those   with reduced mobility

 -Social distancing

 -Restricted access to washrooms and public areas

 -Access procedures: temperature screening on entering the theatre and dis1nfectant dispensers in the foyer