Teatro Circo Atanasio Díe Marín

After its transfer from Alicante to Orihuela, the Teatro Circo began its activity in early 1907, the building being definitively inaugurated on April 25, 1908. The electrical installation was carried out by the famous Isaac Peral and in 1929 the works began to equip it with a cinematographic projector.

The Circo Theater building is one of the few remaining examples of the French Circus Theater typology in Europe. After a long period in which its activity ceased and was abandoned, it was restored in the 1990s by Antonio Canales Fernández from Oriolano and Clemente Ortiz from Bigastre, and was officially inaugurated on November 6, 1995 by Her Majesty Queen Sofía.

Interior of the Circo Theater
Inside there is a museum dedicated to the Oriolan baritone Pedro Terol. It is classified as an asset of cultural interest.

It has the following capacity:

Stalls: 294
Boxes: 24
Main: 312
Disabled: 12
Amphitheater: 321
Chair: 24
Total: 981


Plaza del Poeta Sansano s/n
03300 Orihuela, Alicante


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