Solis Theatre

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  • Montevideo

About Gustavo

A kind, caring, peaceful and naturalist boy who loves to discover new places and meeting people different cultures. I usually host people at home all over the world, so I'm always ready to help in any way I can and to learn something of each single person. I have a wide and diverse set of interests, and I love to make trips around the city, organizing events, share long conversations and being up for new challenges and experiences.

About Solis Theatre

A visit to Montevideo really wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Teatro Solis. Teatro Solis is a real gem, a credit to Uruguay, and a fine example of Uruguayan history. The official inauguration of the Teatro Solis was on the 25th of August, 1856 – over 150 years ago – and today it continues to be an important feature of the Montevideo landscape, close to the heart of the Ciudad Vieja and Plaza Independencia.<br>To explore the Teatro Solis, you can take in one of the many shows. There are regular performances at the Teatro Solis, including theatre, ballet, orchestra and comedy. You can check out their website for program information and details (at the moment, it is all in Spanish).<br>There are also guided tours which are a great opportunity to see the behind the scenes, and to get a taste of the history of this Montevideo icon. The tours are operated Tuesdays through to Sundays. The timetable below was extracted the website (hopefully it is current). They do tours in Spanish, English, French and Portugese.<br>Tuesdays and Thursdays: 4pm<br>Wednesdays: 11am, 12pm & 4pm (free).<br>Friday and Sunday: 11am, 12pm and 4pm.<br>Saturday: 11am, 12pm, 1pm & 4pm.