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Rua de Belém Pará
In 1855-1858 begined the construction of the Teatro Aveirense, planned by Araújo e Silva. The building was ready only in 1878-1881, being opened by the Companhia do Teatro D. Maria II. In the beginning of the XX century, new chairs made of sheep-leather and iron were bought to the pit. In 1912 started the cinematograph sessions. Later, in 1947-1949, the place was rebuilt and reopened, with an Ernesto Korrodi and Engenheiro Von Haff building plan. A true ex-libris of the city, this show room was the stage for many shows: names like Ney Matogrosso, Maria Bethânia and Vicente Amigo have …
Rua Alexandre Lobo, 53
This auditorium stages several shows and some performing arts. In the main lobby, paintings by several artists are exhibited for sale.
Rua Miguel Bombarda, 523
Space created by Louis Twin that conferred a peculiar decoration, with walls lined with books. In one of the walls is a challenge: find out what book belong the illustrations framed.
Praça da República, R. Eng. Duarte Pacheco - 1º
A cultural space that belongs to the Town Hall, where several activities take place, namely temporary exhibitions and ballroom dancing. It has a theatre group: TAL and a chess club.
Avenida José da Costa Mealha
Large old cinema and theatre room, located in the centre of Loulé, in good state and where there are cinema sessions.
Largo Convento da Senhora da Glória
A cultural association founded in 1995 with the main goal of promoting the artistic creations in the region.
Rua Padre António Vieira, 1
The Pocket Theatre is the place where the theatre of the University of Coimbra Students rehearse and presents its shows. There's room for about 70 people and is located in the building of the Associação Académica de Coimbra.
Rua Infante Dom Fernando
An audotorium located in the Town Hall building, that welcome several cultural events.