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Avenida de María Luisa, s/n

On Peru Avenue, the architectural complex formed by the Casino and the Theatre was known as the Pavilion of Seville during the Exhibition of 29. It was created by Vicente Traver and Tomás, whom only had to wait two years to see his creation complete. It has a capacity of 1,100 spectators, the theatre became not only the main entry of the Exhibition but also one of the reference sites of the city.

Since it was restored it has more than 180 plays each season and has more than 100,000 spectators, this is why it has become in an important cultural activity reference for the city.

Check their schedule, some plays are for families.

After contemplating the Casino of the Exhibition we will see the Royal Tobacco Factory.