From this January you can get to know the facilities of the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya (TNC) through guided tours that will allow you to discover corners known only by artists and staff, such as dressing rooms, warehouses, rehearsal rooms and other. The visit, which lasts approximately one hour, also passes through the lobby and the different teatres in which the performances take place. Designed by the architect Ricardo Bofill, the TNC began to be built in 1991. The main building stands out for its appearance of a Greek temple, inside there is the Sala Gran, with capacity for about 900 spectators, and the Petita, with half of capacity. The theatre complex has a second 5,000 square meter building where the workshops are located and a multipurpose room for all kinds of shows. It is necessary to book in advance through the email email@example.com. Admission: € 8 (adults) – € 5 (students, TNC subscribers, over 65s, people with legally recognized disabilities and unemployed people).
When: on wednesdays and thursdays Time: 11:00am and 12:30pm
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
Where: Pl. de les Arts, 1. Barcelona