Situated among the cozy alleys and wide avenues of Chamberi in Madrid, the Amaya Theater attracts patrons from across the globe owing to its experimental taste. Apart from large-scale musicals and theatrical productions, the venue often hosts exhibitions, performances, and more to entertain various audiences. The off-beat theater is committed to encouraging a culture of arts in the city and is widely appreciated for its choice of performances.

610 Seats

Wheelchair Accessible

Accessible Toilets

Ramp

Assistive Listening System

Air Conditioning

Cloakroom

Cafe

Bar

Booster Cushions

Guide Dogs

About Amaya Theater

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  • The compact theater can seat up to 610 patrons, segregated into a wide Orchestra floor, a raised Mezzanine, and a few seats to the sides in boxes.
  • Center Orchestra, with 226 seats, is the best place to be seated with an uninterrupted view of the stage. 
  • Seats in the Mezzanine offer a raised view of the stage, available at a reasonable price.
  • An intimate design and great acoustics allow optimal sound clarity inside the space.

Know before you go

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  • Address: P.º del Gral. Martínez Campos, 9, Chamberí, 28010 Madrid, Spain
  • Bus: The location is serviced by bus lines 3, 5, 16, 37, 61, and N23 which have stops near the theatre at a walkable distance.
  • Metro: Church station is 50 meters away from the venue and connected to most of the city through the M1 and M7 lines.
  • Train: C1, C3, and C10 lines connect the airport and other landmarks to the theater via train, at Nuevos Ministerios station. The station is a significant distance from the venue and requires a long walk.
  • Bike: If you’re staying close to the Chamberi neighborhood, you can use shared Madrid Bikes from the nearby stations 125 and 126.
  • Recommended route: Metro or bus are the most convenient ways to reach the venue in time.

Frequently asked questions about Amaya Theater

How old is the Amaya Theater?

The Amaya Theater is celebrating its 21st anniversary in 2024, since its inauguration in 2003.

When was the theater built?

Previously known as a cinema hall, the theater was renovated in 2003.

What is the address of this theater?

The Amaya Theater is in the Chamberi neighborhood of Madrid, at P.º del Gral. Martínez Campos, 9, Chamberí, 28010 Madrid, Spain.

What is the seating capacity of the Amaya Theater?

The theater can comfortably seat 610 patrons.

Is there a dress code for Amaya Theater?

No, patrons are welcome to wear clothing of their choice.

Are photos allowed inside the theater?

No photography or videography is allowed inside the theatre premises during performances.

Is there any age limit?

No, based on the content of the show, caregivers are welcome to bring children with valid tickets.

Which is the nearest metro station to Amaya Theater?

Iglesia or Church Stop is the closest station, 50 meters from the theater.

Which is the closest parking lot to Amaya Theater?

There are several public garages near the location, Calle Viriato 67 is right behind the theater street and Plaza de Chamberí is 100 meters away from the theater.