Located on Carrer de Casp in the Eixample in the heart of Barcelona City Centre, Teatre Tívoli opened in its current building in 1918 and is one of the largest and most celebrated theatres in Barcelona.
The history of the theatre goes back to shows staged at the Jardins de Tívoli in 1849 and the company moved to its location on Carrer Casp in 1875 but the current Italian-style theatre dates from 1918.
The building was used as a cinema during Franco's dictatorship and recovered its function as a theatre in 1982.
Home to some of Catalonia's most popular theatre companies, including La Cubana, the Tívoli has a capacity for 1,683 spectators making it the second largest theatre in Barcelona after the Gran Teatre del Liceu.
Given its size, the Tívoli tends to stage many of Barcelona's most lavish and popular productions.
Carrer de Casp, 8,