The Teatro Calderon is the most famous of Valladolid, in the center at Sorrows Street, on the other side of the church of Our Lady of Sorrows. Information for the year 1864 is being done by architect Jeronimo de la Gandara in a neoclassical and eclectic design. There is a portico, with great arches, but I think what most stuns is inside its scenery, which is why it became one of the most important in Spain. It has been fully renovated and re-opened by the presence and assistance of Her Majesty Queen Sofia staying as one of the finest theaters in Spain. In this theater SEMINCI International Film Festival of Valladolid is held which is the most important film festival throughout the Community of Castile and León.
The Olympia Theatre is located at the beginning of Calle Cuenca, across from the gardens of the Paseo de Versailles. Now it is closed, because the City Council has spent several years trying to get funding for its comprehensive rehabilitation. It has a capacity for five hundred spectators, which will soon be expanded to 900, in addition to the stage for cultural performances of all kinds. They will screen films and there will be rooms for seminars, workshops, etc..