The Quintero Theatre is an innovative commitment to art, culture and communication, fully inserted in the newest concept of cultural industry.
The combination of the different elements that make it up: multi-purpose hall, television set, music recording studio and communication school, represents a unique initiative.
The location of the Quintero Theatre already favours this unmistakable singularity. It is located in Cuna Street, in the heart of the city of Seville. The Pathé Cinema was built in 1925 and, since then, it has always been a cultural landmark in the city.
After its closure in the 1980s, it would be a night club and a television set until the journalist Jesús Quintero undertook, with the help of architect Juan Ruesga, the remodelling that we know today, which integrates cinema, theatre, television and communication in a single space.