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Located in a century-old building in central Barcelona, L'Antic Teatre is a non-profit organization aiming at promoting performing and visual arts. It offers a stage to experimental art to express its creativity and more importantly, an audience. Dance, theatre, comedy, concerts, film screenings all this and more can be enjoyed at the L'Antic Teatre. Besides a venue, L'Antic Teatre also provides artistes professional guidance and services. This has attracted some of the best performers from various fields. Its innovative programming and reasonable ticket prices have made it a hit among the youth and patrons of the alternative arts scene.
Teatre Borràs is one of the many older theaters in Barcelona, which have been refurbished and revived. The comfortable theater, with 718 seats, holds all kinds of shows, including some rather risqué ones. There are one-man shows in Castilian and productions from theater companies from outside Cataluña. Some great box office hits have been performed at the theater, year after year. The Borras is located in Urquinaona, one of the most central squares in the city.
Parròquia de Santa Anna is a parish affiliated to the Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. Founded in 1141, this former convent illustrates the Romanesque school of architecture, while its later refurbishments display the Gothic style. Renowned for this very architectural blend, it is replete with splendid archways, bare bricks, Renaissance accents, chandeliers and a rustic chapel. It is a recognized National Heritage Monument and popular tourist attraction. It hosts regular mass, as well as special Holy Sacraments.
The transport combined ticket gives you reduced entrance to many art noveau buildings along the modernism route.
A landmark district in Barcelona, the Portal de l'Àngel is always filled with people looking for a bargain inside one of the cool boutiques. Located in the Ciutat Vella (old city), the Portal de l'Àngel has a wide variety of stores and it is the second most popular area to shop in the city. The district extends from the Plaça Catalunya and runs along the Avinguda Diagonal all the way to the Barri Gòtic.
Sala Lapsus is a small concert hall located in the neighborhood of La Ribera. A strange and beautiful event venue, it hosts concerts very rarely. The petite size of the hall allows not more than 40 people, out of which half remain standing. The hall does not have a bar, however, a beer is given at the entrance, the price of which is covered in your ticket.
You can see how various architectural styles have evolved over the course of the last 1000 years in this singular building. It was originally built on top of the city's Roman walls and you can still see the remains of a Roman defensive wall tower in the façade. The interior is Romanesque with a courtyard in the center. You will notice some Romanesque windows dating from the 13th Century and some Gothic ones dating from the 15th Century. The neoclassical façade was an 18th Century creation by Josep Mas.