It may not look like all that much from the outside but the interior of this restored and working theatre on Alcala's main plaza is very much worth a visit; it is both Spain's oldest theatre and one of the oldest in Europe. Designed by Francisco Sánchez and built in 1601-02, the Corral de Comedias has undergone various changes over the centuries: a roof was added in the 18th century, in the 19th century theatre boxes were installed and during the 20th century it was used as a cinema. It was then closed for more than 20 years until its restoration and rebirth as a theatre/museum. Some of its productions are even of interest to non-Spanish speakers and guided tours are open to all).
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