Campos Elíseos Theatre
The Arteria Campos Elíseos Theatre, former Campos Elíseos Theatre and also known as “El Campos” or “La Bombonera de Bertendona,” is located on Bertendona Street in Bilbao, Bizkaia Province, in the Basque Country (Spain), it was first opened in 1902 and reopened on March 11, 2010. It is one of the largest theatrical venues in Bilbao and boasts the latest technology available in Spain.
Built in the early twentieth century (1901-1902) during the expansion of Bilbao and the development of the “Ensanche,” this theatre was designed by local architect Alfredo Acebal. Its richly decorated façade, designed by the French Basque architect Jean Baptiste Darroquy, is the main exterior feature of the building, one of the modernist architectural gems in the Basque Country. The theatre has been designated as an Asset of Cultural Interest within the category of Monuments.
As stipulated in the agreement between the General Society of Authors and Editors (SGAE) and Bilbao Town Hall, the Arteria Campos Elíseos Theatre is a cultural venue offering an interesting programme in the performing arts, with special attention to Basque creators, the Basque language, and new talents. It promotes music, contemporary dance, and new forms of expression, and takes part in international exchange programmes with Latin American and European countries.
At the Campos Elíseos Theatre, performance is complemented by the activities offered by an artistic and technical training centre.
- Surface area: 7,891sqm
- Capacity of main room: 805
- Capacity of main room without seats: 1,120
- Capacity of multi-function room: 250
- Capacity of classrooms: 30-100
- Art and multimedia exhibition area
- Point of cultural information
- TramArt shop
- Café, restaurant, and catering service
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