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It is the most important Theater in the city and one of the most prominent ones in the country. It was built in 1904, in...Go to
This Theater hosts a variety of local and national artistic events, being part of the cultural heritage of the city. Its...Go to
With 2000 seats, the Broadway Theater opened its doors in 1927 under the name “Gran Cine y Varieté La Bolsa” (“La Bolsa”...Go to
Inaugurated at the end of the 1960s, it was the result of Héctor Ignacio Astengo´s passion for his home city. Since then...Go to
Seating about 3000 people, this Auditorium replicates an open-air Greek theater. Its design makes the most of natural ac...Go to
This open-air venue is available for concerts and shows and is part of the facilities of the “Centro Cultural Parque de ...Go to
In 2007, Rosario’s indie and alternative theaters joined forces to empower this type of undertaking, promoting non-comme...Go to
When it comes to Cinematography, Rosario is full of options. The city has everything from downtown alternative theaters ...Go to