La Senda de Xiquena is in the middle of the theaters route of Madrid: Teatro Marquina, María Guerrero, Fernan Gómez and Infanta Isabel Theater. An opportunity to dine before or after the show. La Senda de Xiquena has special theater menus.
TEATRO INFANTA ISABEL
The theater Infanta Isabel (formerly Petit Palais cinema) is a veteran local theater in Madrid (Spain), located on the street Barquillo Justice. It was inaugurated as a tent for a cinematographer in 1906, then transformed into a theater from 1914.
TEATRO MARÍA GUERRERO
The María Guerrero Theater (formerly known as Teatro de la Princesa) is a public theater located in Madrid. It belongs to the Ministry of Culture of Spain, and within that the National Institute of the Performing Arts and Music (INAEM). Together with the Valle-Inclán theater, it is home to the National Drama Center (CDN), denomination of the national theater of Spain.
The Marquina theater is a theater hall located in the district of Justice in the center of Madrid, Spain. It rises on a plot that the playwright Eduardo Marquina bequeathed to Montepío de Autores, hence its name was given to it. It has capacity for 500 spectators
TEATRO FERNAN GÓMEZ
The Fernán Gómez Cultural Center of the Villa (previously called Cultural Center of the Villa of Madrid, and later Theater Fernán Gómez – Art Center) is a theater as well as a cultural center located in the city of Madrid in Spain.